Calendar

Thursday, February 21

Hours: Open 24 Hours

  • ZSR Library, 477
    Come join us for an overview of how to use Camtasia - a video editing and screen capture tool available to faculty and staff. This software is useful for those interested in flipping or blended methods of teaching, or for creating videos about those difficult course concepts so students can have access to rewatch when needed. In this session we will cover: Importing media Screen capture Manipulating audio/video on a timeline Basic video editing Exporting your project PLEASE NOTE: Registration is required for this event.
  • ZSR Library, Room 204
    Join us as we learn the basics of Microsoft Word! After this class, attendees will have a solid understanding of basic navigation of Word, knowledge of common tools, as well as the File, Home, Insert, and Page Layout tabs. See you there! PLEASE NOTE: Registration is required for this event.
  • ZSR Library, 477
    New to Photoshop? Join us for a 60-minute hands-on workshop. Please bring your laptop with Photoshop already installed on it. You can install Photoshop for free through WFU here: software.wfu.edu/ Choose Faculty or Staff on the left. Download Adobe Creative Cloud. Install Photoshop. If you need assistance, please contact the Service Desk at #4357 or your ITG. (If you don’t have Photoshop installed on your computer, you are still invited to register to attend and watch.) Also, if you have a mouse, please bring it with you. You may find that a mouse is easier to use than the laptop’s touchpad for fine edits. In this session, we’ll cover: Crop / lighten / auto correct Clone stamp tool Selection tools Text / Layers Keyboard shortcuts Color: Eyedropper, WFU Identity Standards PSD vs. other file types Size, Resolution Next steps PLEASE NOTE: Registration is required for this event.
  • ZSR Library, Library Auditorium (Room 404)
    Join us for a reading by Danielle Dutton, author of Margaret the First, SPRAWL, and Attempts at a Life. Her writing has also appeared in Harper’s, BOMB, Fence, Noon, The Paris Review, etc. In 2009 she cofounded the acclaimed independent press Dorothy, a publishing project. The press is named for Dutton’s great aunt, a librarian who drove a bookmobile through the backroads of Southern California, delivering books to underserved desert communities. Born and raised in California, Dutton now lives in Missouri with her husband and son, where she teaches literature and writing at Washington University in St. Louis. This free reading is open to the campus community and the public. It is sponsored by the Wake Forest University Program in Medieval & Early Modern Studies.