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For the freedom of Poland and Central-Eastern Europe :

History - Thu, 05/29/2014 - 21:01
Council of Polish Political Parties
Categories: New Materials

Where the wind leads :

History - Thu, 05/29/2014 - 21:01
Chung, Vinh, 1975-
Categories: New Materials

The histories

History - Thu, 05/29/2014 - 21:01
Herodotus, author
Categories: New Materials

The mantle of command :

History - Thu, 05/29/2014 - 21:01
Hamilton, Nigel, author
Categories: New Materials

Democracy in America

Tocqueville, Alexis de, 1805-1859
Categories: New Materials

Everybody's got something

Health Sciences - Thu, 05/29/2014 - 21:01
Roberts, Robin, 1960-
Categories: New Materials

The arts of Central Asia :

Visual & Performing Arts - Thu, 05/29/2014 - 21:01
Musée Guimet (Paris, France), sponsoring body
Categories: New Materials

Kurt Schwitters :

Visual & Performing Arts - Thu, 05/29/2014 - 21:01
Luke, Megan R, 1977- author
Categories: New Materials

The afterlife of Piet Mondrian

Visual & Performing Arts - Thu, 05/29/2014 - 21:01
Troy, Nancy J., author
Categories: New Materials

Broadcasting buildings :

Visual & Performing Arts - Thu, 05/29/2014 - 21:01
Yusaf, Shundana, 1970-
Categories: New Materials

3D Printing with ZBrush

Lynda.com - Thu, 05/29/2014 - 20:00
Authored By: Ryan Kittleson

Released On: 5/30/2014

Prepare your models for 3D printing with ZBrush, the popular program for 3D modeling and digital sculpting. Learn how to measure your models with real world units, so everything prints at the right size; save on material costs by hollowing out your models; and make sure your colors print true. Author/artist/3D aficionado Ryan Kittleson also shares some advanced tips and tricks for getting the best results from your particular printer.

This course was created by Ryan Kittleson. We're honored to host this training in our library.


Mograph Techniques: Creating a Sports Bumper

Lynda.com - Thu, 05/29/2014 - 20:00
Authored By: EJ Hassenfratz

Released On: 5/30/2014

How do motion graphics artists create those polished animated graphics for channels like ESPN on such short deadlines? They turn to the high-powered toolset in CINEMA 4D. In this course, EJ Hassenfratz shows you how to use those same tools to create your own dynamic, high-energy sports bumper. Learn how to model the basic elements in C4D and add robotic-style movement with the Mograph module, and take a logo from Adobe Illustrator and turn it into a smart, beveled 3D project. Then EJ shows how to combine it all in After Effects, along with a few special effects. This workflow mimics a real post-production environment and allows a more intermediate look at the mograph module and an opportunity to take your motion graphics knowledge to the next level.


Color Correction in Lightroom

Lynda.com - Thu, 05/29/2014 - 20:00
Authored By: Taz Tally

Released On: 5/30/2014

Lightroom is a great choice for color correction. In this course, photographer and educator Taz Tally details the concepts, tools, and techniques behind correcting and enhancing color in Lightroom. Learn to evaluate the color in an image with the Develop module tools, Lightroom's histograms, and (crucially) your own eyes. Then discover how to use the color correction tools to balance and tone adjust an image, using tried and true techniques like neutralization and color ratios. Taz then takes you through a variety of color correction scenarios, from improving landscapes, fixing skin tones, and recovering faded images to making product shots pop, removing color casts, and making creative color adjustments.


Getting Started with InDesign

Lynda.com - Thu, 05/29/2014 - 20:00
Authored By: David Blatner

Released On: 5/30/2014

InDesign is the choice for designers, printers, and publishers the world over. Now you want to learn InDesign, but where to begin? It takes just 30 minutes to get up to speed and start creating or editing layouts quickly. David Blatner is known around the world for his InDesign skills and now he takes you through the five features every aspiring "InDesigner" needs to learn: getting around the interface, working with text, adding graphics, moving objects around the artboard, and printing and creating PDFs.
Want to learn more? Check out InDesign CC Essential Training and InDesign Insider Training: Beyond the Essentials for more in-depth tutorials.


Up and Running with Neo4j

Lynda.com - Wed, 05/28/2014 - 20:00
Authored By: Duane Nickull

Released On: 5/29/2014

Why are people abandoning their RDMS databases and switching to graph databases like Neo4j? It's more than a "big data" trend. Graph databases can handle more complex data and relationships, which are baked in at the record level. Take a trip through the nuances of the most popular graph database, Neo4j, with Duane Nickull and find out if it's right for your data. He covers key concepts, like transitions, searches, and traversals, and shows you how to work with nodes, the relationships between nodes, and navigate large graphs of information. Developers will be interested in the chapters devoted to Cypher, the query language for finding, creating, modifying, and deleting Neo4J data. There are ten coding challenges sprinkled throughout the course, allowing you to test your Cypher skills, and the exercise files feature a fun, interactive mini "IMDB" that explores data from your favorite movies.


Instructional Design Essentials: Models of ID

Lynda.com - Wed, 05/28/2014 - 20:00
Authored By: Shea Hanson

Released On: 5/29/2014

Instructional design models are frameworks to help you create quality training. In this course, author and instructional design expert Shea Hanson explores some of the most salient models of instructional design: ADDIE, SAM, Rapid Prototyping, and Gradual Release. Watch scenarios that show how each model performs in action in the workplace, which Shea follows with an examination of its pros and cons. She also provides some helpful resources that will lead to your next step.


AutoCAD 2015 Essential Training

Lynda.com - Wed, 05/28/2014 - 20:00
Authored By: Scott Onstott

Released On: 5/29/2014

Scott Onstott has been using AutoCAD for 24 years and has witnessed its evolution into the world-leading application for computer-aided drafting and design. You too can harness its power and start creating detailed CAD drawings, whatever your field: design, architecture, or engineering. In this in-depth course, Scott shows you how to draw precise, measured 2D drawings—the basis of design communication the world over. Then he shows how to create and modify geometry, layers, blocks, attributes, dimensions, and layouts, and finally, how to start sharing your drawings with others.


Finale 2014 Essential Training

Lynda.com - Wed, 05/28/2014 - 20:00
Authored By: Rick Schmunk

Released On: 5/29/2014

If you've always wanted to notate your songs and compositions and print your music for rehearsals and live performances, this is the course for you. Finale 2014 is the recognized standard application used by musicians of all levels to compose, arrange, and publish music. Join composer Rick Schmunk and learn how to notate musical scores that range from simple lead sheets or guitar tablature to detailed scores that even include video. Discover how to enter notes, lyrics, chord symbols, and tab, and use Score Manager and linked parts to save time formatting your score. Want to be even more efficient? Learn how to use SmartFind and Paint to add markings like articulations and expressions. Rick also reveals the secrets to notating drum set and other rhythm section parts. Finally, he shows how to export MIDI, XML, and graphic formats like PDF and EPUB, so you can work with your scores in other publishing and editing programs or simply share your work with colleagues.


Virtualization Essential Training

Lynda.com - Wed, 05/28/2014 - 20:00
Authored By: Martin Guidry

Released On: 5/29/2014

Virtualization is a vastly important topic to IT managers. It allows one computer to run multiple operating systems, leading to a more efficient use of hardware resources. In this course Martin Guidry explores the crucial concepts behind today's virtualization tech, its pros and cons, common uses, and hardware requirements. He dedicates two chapters to Microsoft Hyper-V and VMware Workstation, two of the most popular hypervisors, and then shows how to prep your existing infrastructure to accommodate virtualization. Before you leave, make sure to watch the tutorials on troubleshooting and backing up your virtual machines, so you can fix problems and recover your work in case of a system failure.


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