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Register today for CaseLearns New Media Workshops!
CaseLearns returns with a full lineup of New Media Workshops with offerings from Digital Images & Digital Video to Desktop Publishing & Google Sites. Registration is required and you can do so by visiting http://library.case.edu/caselearns.
Anyone interested in learning more is encouraged to contact Jared Bendis. All workshops will be held in KSL Room 215.
A message to faculty: Interested in having your students produce media projects for your class? We can customize and schedule training workshops to best fit your needs. PowerPoint and Comic Book workshops are the most popular, but if you are considering assigning a video project we urge you to contact us beforehand so we can assist in the logistics of equipment, software and copyright considerations.
FALL 2012 WORKSHOPS:
PowerPoint: From intro to advanced, learn PowerPoint from A to Z. More than just the technology, participants will learn how to use PowerPoint to plan, craft, design and present more effectively, taking advantage of features (such as audio and video) that you may not be aware of to produce better presentations for professional talks and for teaching purposes. In addition, participants will learn how to avoid “PowerPoint poisoning” and the pitfalls of using technology to alienate your audience instead of engaging them.
Intro to Digital Video: In this concept based workshop you will learn the fundamentals of digital video: from production to distribution. Learn the tricks of how to work without a crew or as we call it “video for one.” Even those with some experience will learn new tricks.
Video Editing with Adobe Premiere Elements: This intensive workshop is designed to teach the complete fundamentals of video editing using Adobe Premiere Elements including titling, transitions, voice-over audio, and special effects.
Digital Images - Part 1: Learn the fundamentals of digital imaging: everything from resolution and file formats to digital cameras and scanners. This workshop covers fundamental vocabulary, concepts, and theory needed to be successful in Photoshop.
Digital images - Part 2: Participants will learn how to navigate Photoshop and to learn to perform basic image editing such as cropping, advanced rotation, and the elusive “levels” feature. Even those with some experience will learn some tricks from the advanced workflow. Digital Images Part 1 – REQUIRED!
Digital Images - Part 3: Moving beyond basic workflow, this workshop covers the filter tools, painting tools, and selection tools (including blemish correction) of Photoshop. Digital Images Parts 1 & 2 – REQUIRED!
Digital Images - Part 4: Layers! The heart of Photoshop is in using multiple layers! This workshop will cover layers and advanced Photoshop projects. Digital Images Parts 1, 2 & 3 – REQUIRED!
Desktop Publishing - Part 1: Trying to put together a flyer, newsletter, postcard, or poster and finding that Word and Photoshop just don’t seem to work? Participants will learn the fundamentals and concepts of desktop publishing through a variety of services and software packages.
Blogger & Google Sites: Google makes it free and easy to create a website or a blog. This course walks participants through the concepts of websites and blogging as well as the hands on skills to get started with their own.
Posted by Hannah Levy on October 22, 2012 11:37 AM