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John Tubbs, CITES Academic Technology Services
Main Library - Library 314
This hands-on workshop will present numerous new options available for advanced photo, video and audio recording on your iPhone and iPad. We’ll go beyond the bundled apps and find creative and powerful ways to capture media, edit the media, and then integrate into your course or research. Along with 3rd party apps the class will look at additional audio and video hardware that can enhance your media production and take your device to a new level. Remember, “the best camera is the one you have with you.” In partnership with CITES Academic Technology Services.
Participants should bring their own devices if possible. There are iPads available for check out.