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Dinámica de la población y desarrollo :

Business & Economics - Fri, 07/25/2014 - 02:01
Singer, Paul Israel, 1932-
Categories: New Materials

Breve historia económica de la Cuba socialista :

Business & Economics - Fri, 07/25/2014 - 02:01
Mesa-Lago, Carmelo, 1934-
Categories: New Materials

Prescription drugs

Health Sciences - Fri, 07/25/2014 - 02:01
Categories: New Materials

The Crusades, 1095-1204

History - Fri, 07/25/2014 - 02:01
Phillips, Jonathan (Jonathan P.), author
Categories: New Materials

Mickey Rooney & Judy Garland collection.

History - Fri, 07/25/2014 - 02:01
Categories: New Materials

Alzamientos indígenas en la Audiencia de Quito, 1534-1803

History - Fri, 07/25/2014 - 02:01
Moreno Yáñez, Segundo
Categories: New Materials

Todos Santos :

History - Fri, 07/25/2014 - 02:01
Pimentel H., Nelson D
Categories: New Materials

Machaq Mara :

History - Fri, 07/25/2014 - 02:01
Ari, Marina
Categories: New Materials

Estructura organica

History - Fri, 07/25/2014 - 02:01
Categories: New Materials

Apreciación de la cultura maya

History - Fri, 07/25/2014 - 02:01
Luján Muñoz, Luis, compiler
Categories: New Materials

Branding Canada :

History - Fri, 07/25/2014 - 02:01
Potter, Evan H
Categories: New Materials

VFX Techniques: Creating a CG Flag with Nuke X and CINEMA 4D

Lynda.com - Thu, 07/24/2014 - 20:00
Authored By: Craig Whitaker

Released On: 7/25/2014

Visual effects (VFX) don't necessarily need to involve explosions, magic, or giant robots. In fact, VFX can be as simple as a flag unfurling. CINEMA 4D and Nuke are a great combination for creating this type of shot. CINEMA 4D has fantastic rigid body and cloth systems, while Nuke, the industry's leading compositing tool, makes tracking and compositing a breeze. In this course, Craig Whitaker will guide you through the entire post-production process for creating a computer-generated flag—from creating a mock-up from reference material and tracking the camera movement to constructing the flag using CINEMA 4D's cloth simulation tools and compositing it back into the scene with Nuke. Each step of the process is rich with lessons applicable to similar situations CG and compositing artists will face in the real world.


Project-Based Learning: STEM to STEAM

Lynda.com - Thu, 07/24/2014 - 20:00
Authored By: Dos Pueblos Engineering Academy, Lynda Weinman

Released On: 7/25/2014

In 2002, a school district in Goleta, California, attempted an experiment. They introduced DPEA, the Dos Pueblos Engineering Academy, a program designed to teach twenty-first-century skills via project-based learning in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). They discovered that when they added "art" to the program (STEAM) that they attracted 50% more girls, and got better adoption from parents, mentors, the outside community, and students. DPEA allows students to explore one project a year, rotating through each aspect of the STEAM program. The Academy has been running for over ten years and is recognized as a pioneer in education reform, prizing independent thought and modern skills over standardized testing and book-based lectures. Here the students, teachers, and administrators tell us why it works. Learn about their cutting-edge robotics program, multidisciplinary approach, and the unique collaborations that happen between students, teachers, and parents.


Premiere Pro Guru: Blending Mode Secrets

Lynda.com - Thu, 07/24/2014 - 20:00
Authored By: Richard Harrington

Released On: 7/25/2014

Get a detailed look at the secret sauce of filmmakers, motion graphics artists, and colorists: blend modes. In this course you'll learn how to unlock their power and create compelling new looks for your videos. Premiere Pro guru Rich Harrington shows you how to import blend modes from Photoshop and After Effects, color correct your footage exclusively with blend modes, and create a number of special effects, including reducing wrinkles, adding texture, creating a moving illustration, and even relighting a shot.


Home Techonomics

Lynda.com - Thu, 07/24/2014 - 20:00
Authored By: lynda.com Staff Authors

Released On: 7/25/2014

Forget home economics; it's all about home techonomics. This course is for anyone who wants to make their life more productive and fun. Discover the latest and greatest in home technology by seeing how it works up close, including pros and cons and recommendations for how you use it. Every week, lynda.com authors will explore a different gadget that they've brought into their homes to make life easier or more enjoyable. Learn about wearable fitness monitors such as FitBit, music solutions such as Sonos, tips to ditching cable TV, the best ways to use Wi-Fi extenders and repeaters, and much more. Come back every Friday for a new home-tech tip, and let us know in the course feedback which devices or technologies you would like to see us explore!


Up and Running with Facebook

Lynda.com - Thu, 07/24/2014 - 20:00
Authored By: Justin Seeley

Released On: 7/25/2014

Get a quick-start introduction to Facebook. Find friends and family and see what they're up to, and share pictures and more—all without compromising your privacy. Justin Seeley shows you how to build an account from scratch, fill out your timeline, and personalize your profile with a cover photo. You'll learn the lingo—friends, groups, chats, likes, comments, and more—and learn how to build your friends list. You'll learn how to post status updates, tag friends, sort your news feed, and hide those unwanted updates in your feed. Plus, you'll find out how to upload photos to Facebook and manage your photo albums, and get important tips on adjusting your privacy settings. Finally you'll learn how to use the new Graph Search and access Facebook from anywhere using your mobile device.


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