Entries by Nicole Guzzo

Tutorial: SketchUp Make

SketchUp is a free cross-platform application that lets its user build, measure, and design three-dimensional projects. It comes in two versions, SketchUp Make, the free version used for personal projects, and SketchUp Pro, which is licensed for commercial work. In this tutorial, we will be focusing on SketchUp Make, which is the version most readily available …

Greenleaf Slam 2017

Schedule for the Greenleaf Slam 12:00 PM – 12:15 PM Welcoming, Introduction to Judges 12:15 PM – 12:40 PM Kourtney Brodnax, “Just Doing It: Digitally Diversifying the Swoosh Brand.” 12:40 PM – 1:05 PM Alyse James, “Theater as a Catalyst for Social Change” 1:05 PM – 1:30 PM Christina Ibarra, “Digital Pedagogy in Social Work” 1:30 PM – …

Here’s Why You Should be at the Greenleaf Slam…

The DigLibArts Student Tech Liaisons are now soliciting multimedia projects, digital stories, research posters, infographics, and other creative or scholarly works taking advantage of the intersections between culture, information and technology to showcase at our second Research Slam. For more info, click here. Below are ten reasons why you should present or attend this year’s Slam! 1. …

Video Tools

Check out these blog posts about various video tools! Tutorial: Paper to Video Tutorial: Using iMovie Digital Storytelling

Tutorial: Basic Editing with Audacity

Audacity is a free, cross-platform application for recording and mixing. You can use it to record vocals, instruments and other sounds, mix them up into something useful and then create a music file to share. In this tutorial, we’ll take you through some of the basic editing and give you a few pointers on how …

Spotlight: Dawn Finley

Dawn Finley is the co-founder of the Feminist Library On Wheels, a mobile book-lender aiming to spread feminist texts to the greater LA area. On September 29th, Finley visited the Whittier College to discuss FLOW’s message, the importance of feminist literature, and the struggle of the modern woman.  Finley gave two of our Student Tech …

Take Pride in Your Posters

Need to make a poster? Whether it’s for a class, a conference or just for fun – take pride in your work. Specifically at professional research conferences trifold posters are never used. Yet, because printed posters can be pricy, trifold posters are sometimes our best option. I understand that paper and cut-out letters help beautify your …