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Indiana University Bloomington



iLife '05 for Educators

Friday, May 13, 2005
2:00 - 5:00pm
Fine Arts 215

Apple's iLife suite of multimedia applications (iPhoto, iTunes, iMovie, Garageband, and iDVD), which has been recently updated and upgraded, gives instructors capabilities that in the past were the province of highly skilled developers. The possibilities of using audio, still images, and video in your teaching and research are almost limitless, and the careful design of this integrated package ensures a short learning curve.

During this workshop, we will present some potential applications of iLife '05 to postsecondary education, and describe how multimedia can be used to enhance classroom and online activities. The basic functions of each tool will be described, and there will be a hands-on opportunity to try out each program. Facilitators will be available during the practice sessions.

If you've been to our previous iLife workshop, please consider attending again! Part of the workshop will be a "refresher" for you, and there will also be lots of new information and more hands-on time.

In this workshop, you will learn about:
* iMovie's "Movie Magic" which will edit your movie, including and adding transitions, titles. and a musical soundtrack, for you.
* How to make a hardcover or softcover book of photographs using iPhoto
* How to create a state-of-the-art course presentation, including zooms and pans across still images, video clips, text, and your narration, in iMovie
* How to use iPhoto's new advanced editing tools to sharpen, straighten, and lighten/darken your photographs
* How to make DVDs with animated menus, just like the pros
* And more!

Presented by Chris Essex, Instructional Consulting staff member, Mark Millard, Instructional Consulting GA, Jung Won Hur, Instructional Consulting GA, and Mike Sassman, Apple Campus Representative.