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February 5, 2013

Webinar: ASERL / WRLC Collections in a Mega-Regional Framework

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Blackboard introductory workshop

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Meeting with Matt Hancox.

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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

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Start from scratch and record some audio with an NMC audio recorder. Then learn to import your recordings into Audacity, edit it and export a finished mp3.

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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.

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ULFC Meeting

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Introduction to Collaborate

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You know you'll need to write them, and we'll help you craft these three types of professional writing not taught in classes. The Writing Center's graduate consultants will offer techniques, examples, and a chance to ask questions about abstracts, cover letters, and grant proposals in this interactive presentation.

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