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Register Now for CaseLearns Spring Workshops!
The CaseLearns Spring 2014 schedule is now available! All Case Western Reserve University faculty, staff, students and alumni are eligible to register for these free workshops held at Kelvin Smith Library. This semester we are even running workshops on Sundays and on Thursday evenings.
To view full course descriptions, calendar and to register, visit:
For more information, contact Jared Bendis (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Some of this semester's workshops include:
• Intro to Digital Video
• Video Editing with Adobe Premiere Elements
• Digital Images (Parts 1—4)
• Desktop Publishing (Part 1)
• Making Web Sites
• "Tell Me About Technology" (Various workshops including Twitter, 3D Printing, Prezi, WordPress, Pinterest and many more!)
• Basics of Making a Research Poster
• Making Your First Map
• Introduction to SPSS
New this semester: Introduction to Relational Databases and Structured Query Language (SQL)
This course will provide an introduction to relational database systems and a foundation for SQL programming. The workshop will cover what a relational database is and how it is used for managing data. Additionally, participants will learn the basics of SQL programming and about some common tools and methodologies that professionals use for interacting with and understanding database systems.
Posted by Hannah Levy on January 16, 2014 02:41 PM