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College of Design Information Technology Workshops, Fall 2006 September 15, 2006

Posted by Lee Cherry in Uncategorized.
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The College of Design Information Technology Department is pleased to announce its schedule of workshops for the Fall 2006 Semester. Workshops are currently only available to College of Design students, staff, or faculty.

Workshop being offered include:

  • Introduction to Computing at the College of Design
  • Printing 101
  • Introduction to Scanning
  • Introduction to Digital Photography
  • Introduction to Page Layout Using Adobe InDesign
  • Introduction to Sensor Technology and Flash
  • Introduction to Studio Photography
  • Introduction to 3D Printing

A list of dates, brief workshop descriptions, and registration links is available at:
http://ncsudesign.org/content/index.cfm/fuseaction/page/filename/it-workshops.html
(Make sure you get the entire URL. It may wrap to a second line.)

Please register for the particular workshop you would like to attend so wecan prepare enough materials for each workshop. Register from the web page linked above.

Certification sessions for using the College Lasercutters are also available. You must be certified before you may use the lasercutters.

To sign up for a Lasercutter certification session, go to http://www.design.ncsu.edu/lasercutter/ You will need to download the Design Laser System Software and create an account to register for a Lasercutter certification session.

Let us know if you have any questions or suggestions for other workshops you would like to see us offer.
The College of Design Information Technology Staff

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