ASIS&T@Pratt is hosting an Adobe In-Design and Photoshop Publication Workshop that will be instructed by certified expert Scott Citron this Saturday. It will be a lively 3-1/2 hour workshop that will help you start exploring the interface and tools of Adobe InDesign and Photoshop. By the end of the class you’ll learn to combine all these techniques and create a simple and attractive newsletter for publication.
What: Adobe In-Design and Photoshop Publication Workshop
When: this Saturday, April 12th. 2:30 PM – 6:00 PM
Where: Pratt Manhattan Campus Room 606
Cost: FREE and open to all current SILS students
RSVP: email firstname.lastname@example.org
More info: Over the course of the workshop, we’ll learn the following skills:
How to create and set up a document and custom Workspace
Why master pages are important
How to import text and graphics
Resizing, aligning, and fitting photos and graphics
Typesetting essentials, working with colors and swatches
Leveraging the power of paragraph, character, and object styles
Preflighting your documents, packaging your project when completed and
preparing PDFs for print or electronic distribution
Exploring the Photoshop interface and essential keyboard shortcuts
Basics of exposure correction
The importance of image sharpening
Understanding the power of Layers
Resizing and resampling images
Adjustment Layers and Smart Objects
Understanding file formats
Below, are ideas ASIS&T@Pratt have come up with for this Spring 2014 semester. Please feel free to leave any further ideas, feedback or commentary under the leave a comment section below this post!
- Elections for President, Vice President and Social Media, submit application by March 21st
- Tour of Tumblr
- Collective effort, curating a tumblr blog of ASIS&T@Pratt
- ProQuest training/internship
- Film screening of Terms & Conditions May Apply
Just wanted to alert everyone about an internship opportunity with ProQuest.
What: ProQuest Student Trainer
Position Description:ProQuest offers a limited number of stipends to students in Library and Information Science programs to work a total of 100 training hours as interns on-campus at their organizations. The student will be responsible for training users, primarily other Library/Information Science students and faculty, on the ProQuest platform and Flow, our bibliographic management software. Students may also choose to learn and train on additional products in their fields of interest (i.e. K12, Public, Academic, Business, Medical, etc.)
Compensation: The student intern will receive a $1500 stipend for 100 training hours of work, payable in five increments of $300 for each 20 hours completed.
Deadline: Please submit, electronically, a cover letter, resume, and contact information for three references March 15, 2014
Contact: Irene Lopatovska, Ph.D. email@example.com
The METROPOLITAN NEW YORK LIBRARY COUNCIL presents Google Glass, Fad or Trend? Phil Shen will present a brief introduction to Google’s new wearable technology tool, Google Glass. He will highlight real world examples of how Google Glass can be used and demonstrate current uses. Potential apps as well as any potential library uses will also be discussed. Brainstorm about innovative ways librarians could use Google Glass and other wearable technologies.
What: Google Glass, Fad or Trend?
When: this Wed, March 5, 2014
Time: 10AM – 1PM
Where: METRO Training Center (4th floor)
57 E. 11th Street
New York, NY 10003
Note: you must register before March 4th @ 5:00PM
ASIS&T@Pratt, the student chapter of The Association for Information Science & Technology will hold its first meeting this Tuesday! Come learn more about the group, talk about spring events, hear about the officer election in March and bring suggestions for activities.
What: ASIS&T@Pratt Meeting
When: this Tuesday, March 4th
Time: 6:00PM – 6:20PM
Where: Pratt Manhattan Campus, rm. 608
We look forward to seeing you there!
I went to my Student Design Competition Presentation this morning! Nathan, the spokesperson of our group did a great job of bringing our ideas together to coherently proclaim them to our audience and judges. We actually met up about 3 times, even for a short while, and though it was difficult to get a design together, I am proud that we tried, and it was great to meet such different people (some from different nations)! I did have a modern, technological idea to introduce to my group, but they weren’t a fan. :/ But it’s okay; there’s always next time!
While doing some work on the computer, I was late for the Awards Luncheon, so I went to go sit at the Pratt tables for a while instead. Even so, the waiters set up the whole meal for me right there! Montreal has some of the nicest people I’ve ever met!