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Sarah Christensen, Visual Resources Curator, firstname.lastname@example.org
Main Library - Library 314
You know that ARTstor has nearly one million digital images at your fingertips, but how do you share these images with students? How do you design effective presentations using these images? This workshop will give in-depth demonstrations of how to create and share presentations in several different formats using digital images from both ARTstor, with ample time for guided practice. By the end of the workshop, you will create a sample presentation and feel comfortable creating presentations on your own.
Please note: If you’d like to save the presentation you create during the workshop, please bring a portable storage device. You may also bring your own laptop to use during the workshop.
For more information, please visit: http://www.artstor.org/