Short CoursesRevised: 2006-06-27 devin
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Two digital photography short courses that deal with camera features, taking good pictures, publishing digital photos, and editing photos in Photoshop.
Learn about using camcorders and how to import, edit and distribute digital video.
A short course on Flash 5 covering the history of flash, the importance of Flash in web page development, Flash-related components, updates and upgrades, the Flash workspace, and basic Flash movie creation.
This class will give the student a tour of some of the intermediate to advanced features of Mac OS X. Students will be shown details on using/configuring Classic, multiple users access, and an overview of the file system.
This class will give the student an introductory tour to the Apple Macintosh Mac OS X Operating System. Students will be shown how to use and configure the interface and to navigate to files and applications. This class will also explain to students the various system preferences and how to change them. The student will also get a chance to use and configure some of the included applications with Mac OS X.
This class covers some of the cool new technologies that apply to computer classroom instruction. It also covers some of the common tasks in Mac OS X. And finally Windows compatibility is discussed.
The target audience for this class is library employees, but the information will benefit anyone.
This class will give the student a tour of some of the intermediate features of Mac OS X. Students will be shown how using Mac OS X differs with using Mac OS 9, Windows, and Unix. Many of the productivity features will be shown such as keyboard, dock, and window shortcuts. Students will learn how to perform common operations on files and folders such as changing names, moving, coping, making aliases, opening, saving, deleting, etc. Finally, students will learn how to print using network and USB printers.
This class will introduce the student to the history of the technologies within the Mac OS X operating system, discuss the process of switching to Mac OS X from other operating systems, give the student an introductory tour to the Mac OS X Operating System, and discuss applications and printing within Mac OS X.
This class will introduce the student to the history of the technologies behind the Macintosh Mac OS X operating system. This will include a discussion of the more traditional Apple technologies and the new NeXT and UNIX technologies Apple has acquired through its purchase of the NeXT Computer Corporation. Also, Apple's involvement in the Open Source community through its Darwin project.
This presentation is an overview of Ruby on Rails
This presentation is an overview of Advanced Mac OS X Administration