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Microhistories of Composition

History - Sun, 10/02/2016 - 06:00
Categories: New Materials

Les Mosquees Ibadites Du Djebel Nafusa

History - Sun, 10/02/2016 - 06:00
Categories: New Materials

L'empire des mille planètes

Literature, Language & Linguistics - Fri, 09/30/2016 - 16:00
Mézières, J.-C. (Jean-Claude), artist
Categories: New Materials

Les tours de Bois-Maury

Literature, Language & Linguistics - Fri, 09/30/2016 - 16:00
Huppen, Hermann, 1938-
Categories: New Materials

Paul à la campagne

Literature, Language & Linguistics - Fri, 09/30/2016 - 16:00
Rabagliati, Michel
Categories: New Materials

Cinematography 01: Narrative Fundamentals

Lynda.com - Thu, 09/29/2016 - 20:00
Authored By: Bill Dill

Released On: 9/30/2016

Creative decision making lies at the core of great filmmaking. To shoot a movie, you need to understand how the equipment works, but more importantly, you need to know how the choices you make—composition, exposure, lighting, etc.—impact the way the audience sees the film. The Cinematography series with Bill Dill covers the basics you need to shoot a modern motion picture and tell stories in the most powerful way possible. Part 1 concentrates on narrative filmmaking: creating a world from scratch, using a script. Bill, an ASC cinematographer and professor of film and media arts at Chapman University, introduces the techniques that professional filmmakers use to maintain the illusion of reality in the middle of an otherwise artificial world.

Follow along and learn the fundamentals required to shoot a story with a camera. Learn how to plan your production, assemble a crew, choose the right camera and lenses, and make creative choices that best fit the themes, characters, and story of your film. Bill covers the elements of composition, exposure, optics, lighting, and camera movement. Part 2 (coming in November 2016) will show you how to put all these ideas together on set, and deliver the footage to an editor and director for assembly into a complete, coherent, and compelling story.


Cert Prep: Cisco Certified Entry Networking Technician (100-105)

Lynda.com - Thu, 09/29/2016 - 20:00
Authored By: Todd Lammle

Released On: 9/30/2016

CCENT (Cisco Certified Entry Networking Technician) certification "opens the doors to a career in networking." Study to pass the CCENT Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 1 (100-105 ICND1) exam with this comprehensive test prep course. Networking expert and best-selling author Todd Lammle covers all of the exam objectives, including internetworking, subnetting, routing, switching, and network security. This test is the first step in achieving CCNA, CCNP, or CCIE certification—the accreditations employers look for most. Todd provides insights from his own 30+ years in networking, along with hands-on examples featuring Cisco routers and switches. Unlike other Cisco exam prep courses, this video-based training helps you see concepts in action and follow along at your own pace. So whether you're taking the test for the first time, or brushing up on key topics for recertification, you can find the time to learn.

For more information on the CCENT exam, visit Cisco's website.


Set Up a Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server

Lynda.com - Thu, 09/29/2016 - 20:00
Authored By: Sandra Toner

Released On: 9/30/2016

Join the Linux revolution. More than 90% of Fortune Global 500 companies now use Red Hat products and solutions like Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL)—one of the top Linux distributions. Knowing how to set up a new RHEL installation is a key skill for any Linux administration, and a key component of Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA) certification. In this course, Sandra Toner covers installing RHEL, executing basic commands, managing user accounts, and working with the file system. You'll learn to use the graphical interface, command line, and the various tools and utilities built right into Red Hat Enterprise Linux to configure, maintain, and troubleshoot your server. Plus, find out how to configure basic security settings to keep your new Linux network safe.


After Effects Duik Rigging & Animation Tools

Lynda.com - Thu, 09/29/2016 - 20:00
Authored By: Owen Lowery

Released On: 9/30/2016

Speed up your character rigging and animation workflows with Duik, the free script-based toolset for After Effects. Duik is known for its inverse kinematics (IK) rigging and animation tools, but it also can help you save time and add diversity to everyday motion graphics. Owen Lowery takes you on an in-depth tour of all the essential tools in Duik, studded with challenges to test your skills and mini-projects that show Duik in action. Learn how to rig characters with the IK tools, rig bones of puppet pin-based characters, animate a walk cycle, and control keyframe interpolation and speed. Plus, find out how Duik can extend 3D cameras and discover how to create traditional frame-by-frame animation with the Cel Animation tool. Owen also shows how to make a character rig dance, without adding a single keyframe!


GoToMeeting 2016 Essential Training

Lynda.com - Thu, 09/29/2016 - 20:00
Authored By: Corena Bahr

Released On: 9/30/2016

Learn how to host and attend virtual meetings with GoToMeeting, one of the world's most popular online meeting software solutions. This course provides everything you need to get up and running with the GoToMeeting app or web interface, as well as tips for running more smooth and efficient meetings. Discover how to set up GoToMeeting, schedule and organize meetings, record meetings, and add interactivity. Only need to attend meetings? Explore the basics—from the three easy steps to joining a meeting via email, the website, or a mobile device, to sharing your screen and managing audio.


Troubleshoot Common PC Issues

Lynda.com - Thu, 09/29/2016 - 20:00
Authored By: Dan Gookin

Released On: 9/30/2016

Are you a help desk specialist or the go-to technical troubleshooter in your department? If people rely on you to diagnose and fix their computer issues, this course was designed to help you help them. Join PC expert Dan Gookin as he takes you through diagnostic and repair steps. First, he explains how to determine if the source is hardware or software related. Then he provides instructions on how to resolve the most common issues, such as dealing with errors, running recovery processes, leveraging the Task Manager, fixing Windows, and more. In addition, he also demonstrates maintenance techniques to help protect storage drives and how to address problems you encounter with devices like printers and monitors. He wraps up with how to restore network and Internet connectivity.


Trello for Video Post Production Workflow

Lynda.com - Thu, 09/29/2016 - 20:00
Authored By: Zack Arnold

Released On: 9/30/2016

Efficient project management and team communication are the keys to meeting the ever-shrinking deadlines of post-production. Trello is the perfect tool to coordinate editors, assistant editors, producers, vendors, and entire creative teams, whether located in the same physical space or scattered across the globe.

Trello for Video Post-Production is a hands-on learning experience in using Trello, Google Drive, and Slack to build your post-production project management system from the ground up—all the way from planning to the delivery of your final masters. This system can apply to scripted projects, unscripted, documentary, reality, and almost any other kind of project imaginable. Filmmaker and professional editor Zack Arnold shows how to create boards and add new cards, attach documents, share media, assign due dates, and link to several different cloud-based storage solutions like Google Drive and Dropbox. Each step of the process is broken down in detail so you understand how to use Trello to its fullest potential. With these tips, you can finally achieve the dream of a post-production workflow that minimizes busywork, paperwork, and email and maximizes your time to be creative.


Developing for Performance: HTTP/2

Lynda.com - Thu, 09/29/2016 - 20:00
Authored By: Morten Rand-Hendriksen

Released On: 9/30/2016

Performance matters! Faster websites have been shown to increase visitor retention, loyalty, and satisfaction, especially on mobile. The cause of most slowdowns is the communication between the browser and the server: the realm of HTTP. The new HTTP/2 protocol offers web developers huge performance enhancements, such as multiplexing, compressed headers, and Server Push. Learn how to optimize the performance of your websites using HTTP/2. Senior staff author Morten Rand-Hendriksen shows how to optimize images (one of the biggest resource hogs), code, and file caching, as well as server delivery and browser handling. Learn how to minify HTML, CSS, and JavaScript and use a content delivery network to speed up download times. Ditch the old and restrictive HTTP protocol and enter a new age of the lightning fast web.


Desmonte

Literature, Language & Linguistics - Thu, 09/29/2016 - 15:00
Massuh, Gabriela, author
Categories: New Materials

Understanding leadership in complex systems :

Philosophy, Ethics & Religion - Thu, 09/29/2016 - 15:00
Tonsberg, Terje Andreas, author
Categories: New Materials

Introduction to econometrics

Business & Economics - Thu, 09/29/2016 - 15:00
Stock, James H., author
Categories: New Materials

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