Fall 2003 Series

September 11 - Scanning - "Doing it Right"

Overview: Want to get the most our of your scanner? This session covers the essentials you need to know in getting the right scan from photos, documents, graphics and even simple objects. Learn about proper resolution settings, sizing images, and the right format to save your files. The presentation also includes a hands-on session at the Media Development Center. Bring your own samples!


Gary Kepka, Information and Educational Technology, Department of Communications
Sue Pray, Library Services, Hale Library
Ernie Perez, Media Development Center, Information Technology Assistance Center


Sepember. 25: Your CD Readable/Writable Drive - How to Burn, Rip and Create CD’s

Overview: Do you need to back up critical files on your computer? Want to learn how to take a PowerPoint presentation with you? This presentation gives you the complete run down on how to use your Compact Disk (CD) for “burning” presentations, making computer backups, copying CD’s, for general storage and archiving files and digital photos.

Presenter: Ernie Perez- Media Development Center, Information Technology Assistance Center


October 9: Real Media Producer - Streaming Video and Audio Over the Internet

Overview: Do you want to place a lecture on-line for students to view at any time? This session demonstrates the use of Real Media’s free Helix Producer software that converts digital video and audio into a Web-based Real Media streaming format. Learn about different bandwidth considerations and the services offered by the Division of Continuing Education for streaming.

Presenter: Scott Finkeldei- Information Systems, Division of Continuing Education


October 23: Adobe Acrobat 6 - Tools and Features for Powerful Digital Documents

Overview: PDF Adobe Acrobat digital documents have become a standard for on-line Internet documents. This program will be given by K-State’s Adobe educational representative and will cover the tools, shortcuts, and latest features offered by this powerful software.

Presenter: Tom Dent- Education Representative, Adobe Corp.


November 6: Digital Photo Albums - From Digital Camera to Digital Viewers

Overview: What do you do with your photos from your digital camera? This presentation will give you several ideas on how to show and distribute them to family, friends and even students. Some of the software demonstrated will be Macromedia’s Dreamweaver and Adobe’s Photoshop Album.

Sarah Silva- Technology Training, Information Technology Assistance Center
Gerry Snyder- Information and Educational Technology, Department of Communications