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(e)-vision's April - May workshop listing

(e)-vision's April - May workshop listing

1. Digital Storytelling : April

2. Workshops : April - May

3. Wireless Data workshops

Special events itinerary to follow.

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1. Digital Storytelling

Two Master Classes to be taught by Joe Lambert from the Centre for Digital Storytelling Berkeley University. Joe's visit to New Zealand has been made possible with assistance from the Fullbright Foundation and Creative NZ.

Tuesday 1st to Friday 4th April - one place left only This workshop is for Training Trainers or those wishing to wishing to teach this course to others.

Thursday 10th to Saturday 12th April - This workshop is for individuals and organisations wanting to create their own stories. This course is now full but we have a waiting list.

We are also accepting expressions of interest for both 'in house' and ongoing workshops at (e)-vision Please visit our website for more information. http://www.evision.org.nz/stories/

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2.Workshop Programme : April through May

For full workshop information and listing please visit our website at http://www.evision.org.nz/workshops/

Web Authoring with HTML Tuesday 14th & Thursday 24th April, 9.00am - 5.00pm Tutor: Deb Shepherd

e-Learning series in partnership with Centre for Continuing Education and Executive Development, Victoria University of Wellington. The 2003 series consists of two new workshops in April & May (Workshops 4 and 5), then the entire series, enhanced with extensive case studies, starts again on 27 May.

Workshop 4: Knowledge Management and e-Learning Tuesday 29th April, 9.00am - 4.30pm (e)-vision, Cnr Blair and Wakefield Streets, Wellington

Workshop 5 : Educational Design Tuesday 13th May 9.00am - 4.30pm : TBC (e)-vision, Cnr Blair and Wakefield Streets, Wellington

The Process: Design and Print Management Tuesday 1st May, 9.00am - 12.30pm and 1.15pm - 5.30pm Module One: The design and layout process Module Two: Printing in colour: the pre-press and printing process Presenter: Richard Calkin

Web Spinning - Website Management Seminar Monday 6th May 9.00am - 5.30pm Presenter: Richard Calkin

Write a Popular Novel - It's your dream... so make it happen! Easter weekend, Friday 18th - Monday 21st April Tutor: Rachel McAlpine

The Digital Mac You've invested heavily in a new Mac and it comes packed with superb software for business and pleasure. And what's more, the packages work smoothly together, making it easy to invite people in your Address Book to an event in iCal or to add a soundtrack to a slideshow. This series of tutorials shows you how to use some of that software. Most tutorials are 1.5 hours, though iPhoto, iMovie and iDVD are longer.

Taming the Jaguar: An Introduction to Mac OS X Tuesday 8th April 1.00pm - 5.00pm

iPhoto Wednesday 16th April 1.00pm - 5.00pm

iTunes Wednesday 23rd April 5.30pm - 7.30pm

iMovie Wednesday 30th April 1.00pm - 5.00pm

iDVD Wednesday 7th May 1.00pm - 5.00pm

Safari Thursday 15th May 5.30pm - 7.00pm

iChat Thursday 22nd May - iChat : 5.30pm - 7.00pm

Search Engine Strategies Thursday 15th May 9.30-5.00pm Tutor: Rachel McAlpine

Writing Crystal Clear Web Content Tuesday 20th May 9.30am - 5.00pm Tutor: Rachel McAlpine

Web Authoring Beyond HTML Wednesdays 23rd, 30th July, 6th & 13th August 1.00pm -5.00pm Tutor: Deb Shepherd

Writing Content for Corporate Sites Monday 12th May 9.30am - 5.00pm Tutor: Rachel McAlpine

For further information on any of our courses please visit our website at http://www.evision.org.nz/workshops/

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3. The Wireless Data Workshops.

In conjunction with the Wireless Data Forum's Convergence 2003, we'll be presenting a series of wireless data workshops. The first session in April/May is designed for all those people who want to know the basics about wireless data but are too afraid to ask. It is designed for senior managers who want an overview of the technologies and jargon and a better understanding of the wireless data market dimensions in New Zealand. Some of the questions we'll be answering are: "What is wireless or mobile data? How does it work for me as a customer? What is the potential reach in New Zealand?

During the next 2 sessions, we'll delve into wireless marketing as a channel to market. We'll look at how to identify the various wireless activities and how to choose the appropriate mix for the message. We'll look at the supply chain in New Zealand and review local case studies.

These courses are not designed for the technologist but rather the strategist, the marketer, and the manager. People who need to know how wireless marketing can be used and how it might impact their business today and in the future.

These workshops will be facilitated by Jill van Nortwick. She is known to look at issues from a range of angles which will help stimulate your own thinking about wireless data and its uses. Her sessions will be interactive and memorable. Programme details available on request.

If there are areas not covered in our programme which you would like to see in future please let us know. We are dedicated to providing access to technology, training and information and welcome your feedback.

WE BRING OUR TRAINING TO YOU - COURSES CAN BE REDESIGNED AND TAILORED FOR YOUR NEEDS AND DELIVERED ON YOUR OWN PREMISES

Please feel free to call us if you'd like further information on 04 384 3550 or visit the website at http://www.evision.org.nz/

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