Digital Collections Workshops

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Workshops are offered each quarter for faculty and graduate students.

Check back regularly for upcoming workshops.

Digital Collections Department staff are also available for customized workshops for groups of faculty and graduate students in your department. Please see our list of current workshop topics or contact Julie Rudder for more information.

If you are interested in having a representative from the Digital Collections Department come to your department to give a presentation about our services, please contact Julie Rudder.

Workshops titles and descriptions

Image editing with Photoshop: Learn to use Adobe Photoshop for cropping, color-correcting, editing and formatting images for various uses. Mac platform, beginner Photoshop.

Introduction to teaching with ARTstor: Learn the basic tools for research and teaching with images in ARTstor. Searching, downloading images, creating and using image groupings, and using the Offline Image Viewer for classroom presentation.

Advanced ARTstor: Uploading personal images to ARTstor. Sharing image groupings with students. Managing image groups for long term usage.

Image research for students: How to conduct image research in online databases such as ARTstor and from books in the Art Library collection.

Using media in Powerpoint: Learn the basics of integrating movie, sound and images into your presentations.

iDVD portfolios: Learn to create professional looking dvd portfolios with iDVD.

Screencasting with ScreenFlow:Introduction to ScreenFlow, a tool that allows you to capture movies of what you do on your computer screen.

Clip making with iMovie: Learn to make and combine video clips with chapters and titles.

Webinars

Web based presentations are available periodically or by request and use Adobe Connect.

Introduction to teaching with ARTstor: Learn the basic tools for research and teaching with images in ARTstor. Searching, downloading images, creating and using image groupings, and using the Offline Image Viewer for classroom presentation.

Image research for students: How to conduct image research in online databases such as ARTstor and from books in the Art Library collection.

Scholarly Resources and Technology Series

Digital Collections also partners with NUL's Academic Liaison Services and NU's Academic and Research Technologies to coordinate the Scholarly Resources and Technology Series.