DIGITAL MEDIA STUDIO CLASSES and STUDIO TOURS
** Registration is required for ALL DMS classes and tours.
VISUAL RECORDING STUDIO (18 years and up)
Equipment for use includes a Canon Rebel camera with HD video recording, a portable Flip Video UltraHD camera, a portable lighting kit, backdrops, and green screen wall. Completing the iMovie and iPhoto class is required prior to scheduling time to use the Visual Recording Studio to familiarize you with iMovie and iPhoto and Studio guidelines.
SOUND RECORDING STUDIO (18 years and up)
Equipment for use includes audio and instrumental microphones, a pop screen, and an iMac with GarageBand installed. Completing the GarageBand class is required prior to scheduling time to use the Sound Recording Studio to familiarize you with GarageBand and Studio guidelines.
Learn the basics of using an iMac computer and GarageBand, the audio recording and editing software from Apple. Completion of this class makes you eligible to schedule time to use the Sound Recording Studio and Editing Studio. Registration is required as class size is limited to 6.
iMOVIE AND iPHOTO
Learn the basics of using an iMac computer and Apple’s entry-level video and photo editing programs, iMovie and iPhoto. Completion of this class makes you eligible to schedule time to use the Visual Recording Studio and Editing Studio. Registration is required as class size is limited to 6.
Learn the basics of using an iMac computer and Apple’s entry-level video and photo editing programs, iMovie and iPhoto. Tour the Visual Recording Studio. After completion of this class and tour, you will be eligible to schedule time to use the Visual Recording Studio and Editing Studio. Registration is required as class size is limited to 6.
SPECIAL ONLINE CLASS:
INTRODUCTION TO ONLINE GENEALOGY
Dorene Paul and Ron Davidson, Sandusky Library, presenters
Learn how to search your family tree using online resources and other materials available at the Library. Space is limited to 14 people.
FOR TWEENS AND TEENS
iMAKE LAB: HOLIDAY CARDS
Thursday, December 22, from 10:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
Stop by the Digital Media Studio and and make a holiday card by having your picture taken in front of a wintry scene. (suggested for ages 9-18 years)
ANGRY BIRDS HOUR OF CODE
Thursday, December 29, from 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
On the hour, every hour, from 10-4, another coding with Angry Birds class will begin. (suggested for ages 7 and up)
SLIDE CONVERSION EQUIPMENT
A Wolverine F2D Mighty Digital Slide Film Converter can be checked out for use at the Library. Stop by Children’s Services for more details.
SOCIAL MEDIA CLASSES (for beginners)
Learn how to use this popular social media site that allows you to stay in touch with family and friends, share photos and videos, and even find long lost family and friends (especially classmates).Prerequisite: Experience using a mouse. Space is limited to 14 people.
MS OFFICE CLASSES (for beginners)
Learn the fundamentals of Word 2010, how to enter and format text, change margins and line spacing, and save and print. Prerequisite: Experience using a mouse. Space is limited to 14 people.
EXCEL ESSENTIALS (for beginners)
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Learn the fundamentals of Excel 2010, how to make spreadsheets, and other tips and tricks. Prerequisite: Experience using a mouse. Space is limited to 14 people.
A lot of information is out there. Let us be your personal guide! This service, available to Sandusky Library cardholders, allows you to receive personal assistance from a librarian for 30 minutes (twice per month). Requests for specific times depend on staff availability. To schedule a session, call the Library AT 419-625-3834.
The Library is participating in a new technology training program to help community members learn computer skills through classes and one-on-one assistance. The Library is currently hosting an AmeriCorps Volunteer, Reva, who provides free computer and internet training at the Library.
Reva is serving with AmeriCorps as part of Guiding Ohio Online, a statewide initiative to provide hands-on help with learning computer and internet skills. Guiding Ohio Online is a statewide partnership between AmeriCorps, Serve Ohio, and the State Library of Ohio, which seeks to help everyone “participate in online government, search and apply for jobs online, understand the risks and benefits of internet finance, connect with family online, and protect personal information in the digital age.” The Sandusky Library participates in Guiding Ohio Online thanks to a grant awarded by the State Library of Ohio.