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The Interactive Media Center Offers Free Classes

The Interactive Media Center offers short classes in multi-media, graphics and web design applications. These classes are free and open to the public. Some of the topics include Dreamweaver, iMovie, Audacity, Publisher, PowerPoint and Adobe Photoshop. The schedule is posted at: and on the University's Events Calendar:

Popular classes are offered this semester:

Getting Started with Microsoft Office Publisher
Publisher is one of the most popular easy-to-use desktop publishing programs. It is an excellent choice for common projects such as postcards, flyers, and brochures. It can also be used to make unusual format print projects such as posters and banners. In this class you will explore how to work with Publisher to make a print project. You will discover how to build from scratch and use the special templates.

The Web Development Sequence
The Web Development Sequence is an opportunity for participants to design and build a Web site in a manner that replicates the steps a professional Web developer follows. Over the course of 3 sessions participants will take a Web site home page from basic concept to finished page. The main software tool is Adobe Dreamweaver.

Register at the University Library Interactive Media Center desk, basement floor, tele. 442-3608, or on the web:
Walk-Ins welcomed.
For more information contact: Regina Conboy, 442-3608

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