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The Interactive Media Center Offers Free Classes

The IMC 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:

NEW!!!! classes offered this semester:

NEW!!! Adobe Photoshop: Colorizing Black and White Photographs
Learn how to add new depth and life to old black and white photographs by applying color. Learn how to select and add color to your old B & W pictures in a realistic way/

NEW!!! Getting Started with Adobe InDesign
Discover the basics of this very popular publication layout program. Participants will learn the essentials for starting a new project, placing text, photos and images.

NEW Research class offered!!! An Introduction to Zotero
Zotero is a free citation manager developed at George Mason University that is becoming very popular with librarians, researchers, and students. It allows users to easily save citation information while searching and browsing the Web. This hands-on workshop will cover installing Zotero, adding and organizing citations, and creating a bibliography.

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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