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Princeton Peer 2 Peer: Call for Undergraduate Teachers & Learners


Do YOU have a particular set of skills? Test4-P2Pc

Need to provide hands-on training for your members?
Did you know NMC staff can populate our lab computers with your exercise files?

Have an idea for a workshop?
Need a space for training & A/V projection?

Graphic Design, Video/Audio Production, 3D Modeling, Programming, Web Development

Apple Final Cut Pro, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Premiere & After Effects, Adobe InDesign. Adobe Dreamweaver, Blender…and much more!

Contact Us to Schedule a Workshop or Training!

The New Media Center (NMC), a McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning Lab, has projection, A/V support, a 26 seat media lab, and an audio room for your use. Our lab and audio room are available for all undergraduates regardless of academic concentration, and for projects academic, creative, and personal. We are open 1:00pm – 11:00pm 7 days per week during the academic year, with student and professional staff available to assist you.

The Productive Scholar: Introduction to OpenScholar, 10/3, 12noon

Topic: Introduction to OpenScholar
Speaker: Angel Brady

Time: Thursday, October 3, 12noon – 1:00pm
Location: HRC Classroom, Room 012, Lower Level, East Pyne

OpenScholar is a website building and content management tool for professionals in academia. OpenScholar lets you easily create and manage a highly dynamic, powerful, and customizable site, with an easy-to-use interface and a look-and-feel that is uniquely yours. The creation tools in OpenScholar are designed to be easy to use by those with all levels of technical expertise. Attendees are encouraged to request an account 24 hrs in advance of the session at http://scholar.princeton.edu so they can follow along with the presentation.

About the Speaker:
Angel Brady
is an Educational Technologist at the Humanities Resource Center (HRC) at Princeton University. Prior to coming to Princeton, she was an Instructional Technologist and Training Specialist at Rider University. She earned her Master’s of Science in Biomedical Visualization from the University of Illinois at Chicago.

Lunch & Learn: Managing Content on the Princeton Web with Henry Umansky

English: Computer-globe

English: Computer-globe (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

During the past decade, Princeton’s web site has grown from a relatively simple tool supporting producers and consumers of information about the institution, its programs, and its people to what is today a complex, mission-critical appliance for teaching, research, administration, and collaboration.

Such complex web sites publish and sustain every day vast amounts of time sensitive information. To manage the mountain of content, Princeton has turned to Content Management Systems that offer an integrated set of powerful features for creating, storing, versioning, and publishing everything from news articles and brochures though audio, video, and images.

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