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Library provides courses in multimedia technology this month

— April 3, 2014

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PHILIPSBURG—Starting Tuesday, April 8 and onwards, the Philipsburg Jubilee Library will be hosting courses for the use of multimedia.

“If you are interested in learning how to become more versed in the use of the internet and multimedia, then take part in the Medialab courses where you can learn how to use the internet, make presentations, create movies, games, flyers, posters and much more”, suggested library Director, Monique Alberts
Library provides courses in multimedia technology this month
In the first course, participants will work with a program called “Movietrader”. This program uses videos with interactive quizzes. Participants will learn how to make interactive videos. Each month various topics in multimedia technology will be offered. During the month of May, participants will learn how to make animations and films. In June, interested persons will learn how to use an innovative presentation and storytelling program, called “Prezi”. Additional classes will be scheduled in the coming months. The courses are open to persons of all ages and will be held on weekday afternoons in the library from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm. The courses are free to students between 9 to 18 years of age, as well as Teachers. Persons 18 and older pay a contribution of $ 5 at the start of the workshop. Interested persons can register by calling the library at 542-2970 and contacting Annelies Starreveld or Joy Lambert.

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