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How To Check Out Tech From Creative Studios

Take your project to the next level! As an #okstate student you can check out a variety of equipment from the Edmon Low Creative Studios. From DSLRs, gimbals and 360 cameras to audio recorders and…

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The Edmon Low Creative Studios

Edmon Low Creative Studios: https://info.library.okstate.edu/creativestudios Tech To Go: https://info.library.okstate.edu/creativestudios/techtogo Reserve one of the Creative Studios at…

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Tech Tuesday @ 2 Tip-Top Photoshop

At this Tech Tuesday @ 2, learn how to create beautiful aesthetics in Adobe Photoshop. Catch up on all the Tech Tuesday @ 2 sessions at info.library.okstate.edu/TechTuesday

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Tech Tuesday @ 2 Planes, Drones and Simulators

Tech Tuesday @ 2 is an on-going series designed to highlight the technology and resources we have at the Oklahoma State University Libraries. Shannon Austin gives an overview of the flight and…

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Insert Tech Here

Insert Tech Here: an open house where students, staff and faculty can learn about all the technology like data visualization, flight simulators, virtual reality, Adobe products and audio production…

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Tech Tuesday @ 2 From Auto to Manual

Nina Thornton, Multimedia Producer for the OSU Library, will discuss essential photography concepts as she teaches students to take their cameras from auto to manual. (Originally broadcasted on:…

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Tech Tuesday @ 2 Going Green Screen

Expand your video editing capabilities by learning how to chroma key at Tech Tuesday @ 2: Going Green Screen. Watch more Tech Tuesday @ 2 on Ostate.tv

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Library Creativity Award Winners 2017

What does creativity mean to you? The winners of the 2017 Library Creativity Award talk about what creativity means to them and we view their winning entries. bit.ly/creativityaward

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Tech Tuesday @ 2 The Pen Tool and nothing but the Pen Tool

At this Tech Tuesday @ 2: “The Pen Tool and nothing but the Pen Tool,” Kaitlin Little, graphic design intern for the OSU Libraries, demonstrates the basic functions of one of the most…

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Tech Tuesday @ 2 #360MakesTheWorldGoRound

Nina Thornton, multimedia producer for the OSU Libraries, reviews the LG360 camera and how to edit 360 footage using Adobe Premiere. View videos from previous Tech Tuesday events.

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Tech Tuesday @ 2 Photography Basics

Tech Tuesday @ 2: "Photography Basics,” presented by OSU Photographer Gary Lawson, touches on key concepts of photography that are relevant no matter what equipment you use.

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How To Check Out Tech

At the Tech To Go desk, located in the Edmon Low Creative Studios, students have access to various technology that they can check out. In this video in our How To series, we show the process of how…

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Tech Tuesday @ 2 I Think It’s Been Photoshopped

Tech Tuesday @ 2: "I Think it Might Be Photoshopped" delves into the world of photo editing basics utilizing Adobe Photoshop. The featured presentation will be a hands-on demonstration and…

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Tech Tuesday @ 2 Built it in Blender

At October's Tech [email protected], Shannon Garde, library technology specialist, will cover Blender, its use as a 3D modeling platform and how users can utilize the software to bring their ideas into…

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Tech Tuesday @ 2 Two Turn Tables and a Microphone

In September, Tech Tuesday @2: Two turntables and a microphone will be hosted by our very own Juliana Nykolaiszyn. The presentation will feature the digital music upgrade, provided by Jim and Liz…

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Library Creativity Award: Christian Coletti "The Singularity Triangle"

Christian Coletti, an aerospace and mechanical engineering student, won best in show in the first ever Library Creativity Award. Christian formulated a 3D bubble with the lowest possible surface area…

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