A five-part webinar series — "Enhancing Your Programs with Multimedia Solutions from EdMedia" — will explain and demonstrate tools you can use to develop your communication projects and educational program. Webinars will be on five succeeding Wednesdays from 10 to 11 a.m. The full schedule of webinar topics for each date is available at http://edmedia.unl.edu/web/educationalmedia/webinars
Archived presentations and links to related resources will be posted to http://edmedia.unl.edu/web/educationalmedia/webinars
After you have migrated to your new 365 e-mail, come learn the basic tasks for mail, calendar and contacts. You will also receive an orientation to the use of Lync for instant messaging. A Q&A session will follow for you to ask questions about specific features used in Lotus Notes and how to accomplish using Outlook.
Registration required. Need to edit a large amount of images for use in Blackboard or PowerPoint? If your images are in the wrong format or the wrong size it could take considerable time to resave them for instructional use. In this workshop we will take a look at some free software and Photoshop’s Actions, allowing you to edit an entire folder full of images with just a few mouse clicks. Each participant will be given several free Actions to create awesome special effects in Photoshop.
Michael James, internationally renowned studio quilter and chair of UNL's Department of Textiles, Clothing and Design, will talk about collectors and collecting and their relationships and value to the artists whose works they collect.
“Bioinformatic mining of class-specific motifs in protein sequence classification,” will be presented by Dr. Chittibabu Guda, University of Nebraska Medical Center. A reception will be held at 3:30 p.m. The event is open to the public.
If you are looking for an exciting opportunity to fulfill a course requirement and get hands-on experience in fields such as parasitology, epidemiology, and animal behavior, consider enrolling in a summer course at Cedar Point Biological Station. Operated by the School of Biological Sciences, Cedar Point offers the chance to take highly dynamic field courses surrounding the Lake McConaughy area in western Nebraska. The Biology Student Advisory Board has arranged an event where interested students can learn more about the program what to expect from a course at Cedar Point.
Jon Garbisch, associate director of Cedar Point, as well as former students of the program will be there to answer questions.