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Instruction Workshop Series Schedule

Carmichael Library Instruction Workshop Series - Fall 2014 Schedule TBA

*All sessions take place in the EBSCO Classroom, on the ground floor of the Carmichael Library. Scroll below to learn more about each session. No reservation is required; anyone is welcome. Examples of past sessions are listed below.

  • Apps for Research   Icon
    How can you make the most of your iPhone or iPad to succeed academically? We share apps that can help you with research and organization.
  • Informed Blogging   Icon
    Are you taking a class that requires you to write on a blog? Are you interested in writing for an online audience? This workshop will help you understand the Wordpress blogging platform. We explain the conventions and technical skills needed to blog effectively.
  • Navigating WorldCat Local   Icon
    Learn smarter organization strategies and search better with WorldCat Local. Jason Cooper and Amanda Melcher lead a discussion on our local discovery system.
  • Pedagogy with Digital Images   Icon
    Catherine Walsh helps us use ARTstor, Pinterest, and other digital collections to organize information and image collections for teaching and personal research.
  • Curating with Twitter   Icon
    In this session, we demonstrate how to organize and consume information via Twitter, a microblogging platform that limits user contributions to 140 characters. We will cover the skills of attention management and will explore supplementary Twitter apps and platforms.
  • Building Archives with Omeka   Icon
    Omeka is a content management system that allows users to digitize resources and display them in collections. Learn about Dublin Core and other elements of archival creation with Omeka.
  • Developing GIS Projects   Icon
    GIS projects are visual representations on maps of complex social, economic, natural, and cultural patterns. GIS projects help students form questions about people and places and translate them into a map that represents data that shows some kind of change over time. In this workshop we explore GIS projects with Google Fusion Tables and Oxford's Social Explorer.
  • Charting History with Timeline JS   Icon
    Do you want to tell a story about how ideas or things develop over time? Timeline JS is a tool that allows you to display data as a linear, interactive narrative. All you need is a Google Account. In this workshop, we will share ideas about incorporating creative media sources into Timeline JS projects.
  • Technology for Presentations   Icon
    Learn how to use free online resources to enhance your next class presentation. We demonstrate using Prezi, Glogster, Storify, and Pic Monkey to support engaging presentations.
  • Editing videos with iMovie   Icon
    Do you have a class that requires you to do a video project? Learn the basics of video editing with iMovie from Mike Price in this workshop.
  • Podcast Editing with Audacity   Icon
    Learn to create and produce audio projects with Audacity, a free editing software. We will facilitate a hands-on editing workshop. You are encouraged to bring your own laptop.
 

About the Workshop Series

The Instruction Workshop Series at the Carmichael Library is a chance to develop skills with various platforms and software that you may need to use for class or professional development. These are informal settings where you can ask questions, work through problems, and get support from people when you run into challenges. Anyone can come at any time.

You are encouraged to bring your own laptop or device whenever possible, as we will be working with some platforms that you will continue to use on your own.

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