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(e)-vision's June Newsletter

(e)-vision's June Newsletter

Welcome to (e)-vision's June Newsletter.


1. Workshops June - August including Digital Storytelling

2. Interactive Breakfast Series: 3D MEDIA Thursday 19th June 2003,
7.30am - 9.00am.

3. 7x7 is on 30th June

1. Workshop & Event Programme June/July/August

Basic Introduction to Photoshop 7 (presentation for complete novices)
Tuesday 24th June 5.30pm - 7.00pm
Tutor: Rory McHarg

Introduction to Photoshop 7 (Macintosh users only)
Thursday 26 June 8.30am - 12.30pm
Tutor: Rory McHarg

Single-source publishing with XML
Presentation Breakfast
Tuesday 24th June 7.45am-9.00am
Tutor: John Rankin

Single-source publishing with XML
Monday 7th July 2.00pm-5.00pm
Tutor: John Rankin

Web Authoring with HTML
Monday 30th June, Friday 4th, Monday 7th & Friday 11th July 9.00am - 1.00pm
Tutor: Deb Shepherd

Computer Based Music
Two day hands on Introductory Workshop
Saturday 26th, Sunday 27th July 9.30am - 5.00pm
Tutor: Darcy Gladwin

Web Authoring Beyond HTML
Mondays 28th July,4th, 11th, 18th August 1.00am - 5.00pm
Tutor: Deb Shepherd

Web Authoring with XML
Monday 25th, Tuesday 26th August and Monday 1, Tuesday 2nd, September
1.00pm - 5.00pm
Tutor: Deb Shepherd

Website testing: Understanding The Usability Process - A Comprehensive Workshop
Monday 4 and Tuesday 5 August 8.30am - 12.30pm
Tutor: Lynne O'Connor

Effective Electronic Newsletters
Thursday 7th August 1.00pm - 5.00pm
Tutor: Richard Calkin

Adobe Acrobat Series :
Tutor: Richard Calkin

1. Adobe Acrobat in the Office : How to create great PDF
files from Microsoft Office
Tuesday 19th August 8.30am - 12.00pm

2. Acrobatics 1: Learn to create the perfect PDF everytime
Tuesday 19th August 1.00pm - 4.30pm

3. Acrobatics 2: Interactive PDF for CD-Rom and web
Wednesday 20th August 8.30am - 12.00pm

4. Advanced PDF: Editing and workflow
Wednesday 20th August 1.00pm - 4.30pm

Rachel McAlpine's courses will be available again in September.


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

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Digital Storytelling
Sunday 13th, Saturday 19th and Sunday 20th July 9.30am - 5.00pm
Tutor: Chris Hay

This workshop is for individuals and organisations wanting to create
their own stories.


http://www.evision.org.nz/stories/

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e-Learning series
In partnership with Centre for Continuing Education and Executive Development,
Victoria University of Wellington.

Introductory Seminar: e-Learning in NZ
Tuesday 29 July 1.00pm-5.00pm

Workshop 1: Scoping your e-Learning Initiative
Thursday 31 July 9.00am-4:30pm

Workshop 2: Understanding your Options
Thursday 14 August 9.00am-4:30pm

Workshop 3: Getting your e-Learning Initiative off the Ground
Thursday 28 August 9.00am-4:30pm

Workshop 4: Educational Design
Thursday 11 September 9.00am-4:30pm

Workshop 5: Knowledge Management and e-Learning
Thursday 25 September 9.00am-4:30pm

http://www.evision.org.nz/workshops/works.html

# Two Points to NOTE
All sessions to be held @ (e)-vision, cnr Blair and Wakefield
Streets, Wellington
This Series will be available in Auckland at the beginning of October


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/ If you no
longer need to be our mailing list, or would like to offer feedback
please email us : mailto:info@evision.org.nz

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(e)-vision Digital Media Centre for Communication Art and Technology

http://www.evision.org.nz/ mailto:info@evision.org.nz

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