Free CaseLearns workshops scheduled; library launches new “Tell Me About Technology” courses

It’s time to register for the Spring 2012 Case Learns New Media Workshops. This semester, CaseLearns returns with a full lineup of New Media workshops with offerings from Digital Images & Digital Video to Desktop Publishing & Presentation Design.

This semester, many of the workshops will take place in the new ACR (Active Collaboration Room)—a complete remodel of the KSL 215 classroom with many high-tech features and comfortable new furniture.

There will also be a new series of workshops this semester, titled “Tell Me About Technology.” Part demonstration and part discussion, these one-hour workshops will take place each Thursday on a variety of different topics, ranging from e-books to Facebook.

Faculty members who are interested in having students incorporate new media projects into their courses are encouraged to contact Kelvin Smith Library’s Creative New Media Officer Jared Bendis ( He can help consult on project parameters, arrange for training sessions and show how best to take advantage of resources such as the Freedman Center and the Software Center.

For more information, to see the workshop schedule or to register, visit