Digital Workshop Offered at Alma College
Students age 10 to 14 get a chance to be technologically creative at Alma College this summer.
"Living the iLife" summer workshops Aug. 1-4 uses Apple computers and Apple's digital iLife software suite to teach media technology skills. Students can create and edit digital photos, sound, music, and video; design cool slideshows, movies, and websites that showcase their creations; and burn their projects to CDs and DVDs.
In the College's MIDI/Digital Keyboard Lab, students mix music or create their own digital tunes. A wide range of software applications run on 16 Apple G5 computers equipped with 17-inch flat panel displays.
The workshop runs daily from 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. in the Eddy Music Building room 130. The workshop cost $75 due by June 15 to Ray Riley, 475 N. Luce Rd, Alma, MI 48801. For more information contact Riley at (989) 463-7295, (989) 463-4744 or email@example.com.
Posted: Fri, May 27th, 2005 at 1:06PM