Adobe Photoshop is a image editing software application. This course is designed to cover the basic image editing features of Adobe Photoshop. Understanding the different tools and features available in Photoshop will help you to maximize your creative potential. In this course, you'll use the several tools and features of Photoshop to work with and enhance images. During this course we will cover the following topics:
Exploration of the Photoshop application window including pallets and tools
Image areas: magnification and scrolling techniques
Layers and layer styles
Repairing images that maybe too dark, faded or damaged
How to save images in the web, print, and PDF formats
When faced by an interaction that we do not understand, people tend to interpret the others involved as "abnormal", "weird", or "wrong". This tendency can lead to prejudice. It is vital that we learn to control the human tendency to translate "different from me" into "less than me." We can learn to do this. Awareness of cultural differences doesn't have to divide us from each other. It doesn't have to paralyze us either, for fear of not saying the "right thing". In fact, becoming more aware of our cultural differences, as well as exploring our similarities, can help us communicate with each other more effectively.
Recognize the six fundamental patterns of cultural difference.
Respect differences and work together.
Recognize the importance of non-verbal communication in multicultural interactions.
Recognize and apply the ultimate gesture when communicating multi-culturally.
Apply guidelines for multicultural collaboration.
Identify and apply techniques to communicate across culture and language.
Recognize and use tactics for removing cross cultural communication barriers.
This course will provide Supervisors with an overview of the University's HR Policies and Procedures. At the end of the course, Supervisors will be able to describe the difference between Administrative Regulations, Governing Regulations, and Business procedures. Representatives from Temporary and Student Employment will share information about their departments.