Clark Library Digital Lab
Those who would like to start the new decade with some new skills are encouraged to sign up for the Clark Library’s introductory workshops on using iMovie, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, or 3D Printing. There are also new workshops on Podcasting and Canva. Workshops run from January 28 to February 7 and are free and open to current students, faculty, and staff. Visit the Digital Lab’s site to see the detailed schedule and to register online.
It’s not too late to try something new in 2019! There is still space in the last few spring Digital Lab workshops. Creating Electronic Music will introduce recording basics using GarageBand and Ableton Live 9. Introduction to Illustrator will focus on creating posters. Lighting Basics will cover techniques that can be used when making videos or taking photos. Workshops are free and open to current students, faculty, and staff. Visit the Digital Lab’s site to see the detailed schedule and to register online.
The Clark Library’s Digital Lab is offering a variety of introductory workshops over a two week period from September 11 to 21. These are free and open to current students, faculty, and staff. Offerings include 3D Printing, iMovie, InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, Photo Restoration 101, Creating Electronic Music, and Virtual Reality & 360o Video. Visit the Digital Lab’s site to see the detailed schedule and to register online.
As the semester approaches, now is a great time to schedule sessions before the calendar fills up. The Clark Library offers instruction in two areas: information literacy and multimedia skills. For information literacy, Librarians collaborate with faculty to tailor sessions to students’ research needs. The Digital Initiatives Coordinator provides assistance with creating assignments and instructs classes that have multimedia projects such as creating videos, digital posters, digital photography, and websites.
To request a session for your class, please email preferred dates and times, along with course number to Stephanie Michel, firstname.lastname@example.org, for information literacy and Jose Velazco, email@example.com, for multimedia skills.
Faculty members who are interested in having students use video, design, or audio tools in their classrooms can visit the Digital Lab and schedule a consultation and collaborate on a multimedia assignment, according to Jose Velazco, Clark Library. The Digital Lab provides instruction on software, loans, equipment, and will work one-to-one with faculty to create engaging assignments meeting curricular goals and offering professional development opportunities for students.
Visit the lab’s Faculty page to view sample assignments.
To arrange a consultation, contact Velazco at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Expand your multimedia skills! The Clark Library’s Digital Lab is offering beginner-level workshops in February and March on Using a Digital Camera, Photoshop, iMovie10, Digital Postermaking, GarageBand for Video, and 3D Printing. All workshops are open to current students, faculty, and staff. Space is limited; please register online to claim your spot.
The Clark Library Digital Lab is offering informational workshops on Tuesday, January 27, and Thursday, January 29, for anyone who is interested in creating a video for the Kate Regan Short Film Festival. Video submissions are due by Thursday, February 26. The workshops will cover the available video technologies and resources.
The Clark Library’s Digital Lab is offering additional workshops in March, in response to the demand for the iMovie and Photoshop workshops. On March 3 there will be two iMovie for Beginners sessions and on March 4 there will be two Introduction to Photoshop sessions. Visit the Clark Library website for workshop descriptions, dates, and times. These workshops are open to students, staff, and faculty, but space is limited so please sign up by visiting or calling the Digital Lab (7796), or e-mailing José Velazco at email@example.com.