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APRIL 2, 2013

Tuesday
      • 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
      • EndNote for PCs and Macs
      • Bender Library Third Floor Classroom
      • VSPACER
      • Learn how to create instant bibliographies while searching online catalogs and databases with this popular citation management software, which interacts with your word processing software to make paper writing and citing easier.

        Note: It is preferable for participants to bring a laptop with EndNote already downloaded. Download directions are here: http://subjectguides.library.american.edu/endnote

        Type: Training Session
        Host: University Library

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      • 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
      • New Media Center Training Session: Photoshop Topics Photo Re-touching
      • Bender Library New Media Center
      • VSPACER
      • Learn to make sad photos sparkle with a number of simple color-correction techniques.

        Type: Training Session
        Host: University Library

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      • 9:00 pm – 10:00 pm
      • New Media Center Training Session: Photoshop Topics Photo Painting
      • Bender Library New Media Center
      • VSPACER
      • Turn a photo into a masterpiece. Learn to use brushing and selection techniques to turn your favorite snapshots into elegant works of art. Pervious Photoshop experience recommended.

        Type: Training Session
        Host: University Library

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AFTER APRIL 2

      • Wed 04/03/13
        noon – 2:00 pm
      • New Media Center Training Session: Final Cut Pro X Bootcamp (2hrs)
      • Bender Library New Media Center
      • A crash course in Final Cut Pro X. Learn how to use the file system, import and edit video. Then learn to use effects, titles and keyframes to add that professional touch. This is a 2 hour course.

        Type: Training Session
        Host: University Library

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      • Wed 04/03/13
        2:00 pm – 5:00 pm
      • Library Design Workshops
      • Mary Graydon Info Table 1
      • Design your ideal library!

        If you could redesign the Bender Library Building, what would you do?
        · Come and spend about 30 minutes laying out your ideal space. Then tell us about what makes it work for you!
        · The first 20 participants get an Amazon card for $10.

        Please drop by—no RSVP required.

        Can't make it? Other dates available - check the library website american.edu/library

        Type: Workshop
        Host: University Library

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      • Wed 04/03/13
        4:00 pm – 5:30 pm
      • Graduate Writing Process: Meeting Expectations (Structure, Style, Snytax)
      • Bender Library Graduate Research Center Classroom
      • An essential part of graduate writing is working within the expectations for MA and PhD level work. This interactive workshop for native and non-native speakers alike is designed to help with using the structure, style, and syntax of academic prose.

        Type: Workshop
        Host: University Library

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      • Thu 04/04/13
        3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
      • New Media Center Training Session: Final Cut Pro X Beginner
      • Bender Library New Media Center
      • Discover the Final Cut Pro X file system and learn how to import video and other media into FCP X, perform basic edits, add titles and export a finished video.

        Type: Training Session
        Host: University Library

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      • Thu 04/04/13
        5:30 pm – 7:00 pm
      • NEH Bridging Cultures Bookshel: Muslim Journeys
      • Bender Library Training and Events Room
      • Professors affiliated with the Arab Studies Program (CAS) explore recent works about Islam through the lens of their scholarship. Moderated by Professor Randa Serhan, Director of the Arab Studies Program and Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology. Attendees do not need to be familiar with the works to be discussed, but all Muslim Journeys works will be available at the library for anyone....more

        Type: Lecture/Speaker
        Host: University Library

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