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Revision as of 12:51, 21 February 2010

This is a sample workhshop template. Something that might be useful to someone offering a workshop for the first time.


Start the Press!

Objective

Yearbook Advisors can come and work on creating their Yearbook without interruptions, as well as share experiences and new ideas with other advisors. The course will not only allow you to get a large number of pages completed, but will also give you a chance to start planning for the following year’s book, budget, .

Goals

You will be receiving a broad knowledge of key factors that are towards for YearBook Development"

  • Creating Year Book Design and
  • Illustrations
  • Technology Training in Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign and Studio Works
  • Theme Development
  • Increasing Sales for Year Book's
  • Digital DVD Year Books

Prerequisites

pen

Materials / Preparation

Items that need to be prepared in advance. Logistical details to make sure are prepared/

  • Presenter should check all links prior to start of workshop to make sure that they are working correctly and that the content of the pages has not changed - such as to make them inappropriate for the workshop.
  • Iten #2
  • Item #3

Notes for Presenter

Use this space to insert any special notes that the workshop presenter might find useful.

Short Outline

Example: Blogging (Note: This outline is a sample and is not meant to reflect our current blogging workshop)

  • (10 min) Welcome & Introductions
    • Presenter should introduce themself and provide a brief overview of the workshop.
    • Ask participants to introduce themselves and say something about their experience with or interest in the workshop topic.
  • (15 min) What is a blog
    • Provide Definition
    • Provide Examples
  • (5 min) Tools
    • Quick tour of some popular blogging tools
  • (40 min) Users set up their own blog
    • Walk through the process of setting up a blog using blogger.com
    • Ask advanced participants to help their neighbors and/or experiment with some of the more advanced features of blogger.com
  • (10 min) Wrap-up and Evaluation
    • Provide short conclusion to the workshop
    • Leave at least 5 minutes for participants to fill out an online evaluation of workshop.

Detailed Outline

Example: Blogging (Same as above - but fill in details/links)

  • (10 min) Welcome & Introductions
    • Presenter should introduce themself and provide a brief overview of the workshop.
    • Ask participants to introduce themselves and say something about their experience with or interest in the workshop topic.
  • (15 min) What is a blog
  • (5 min) Tools
    • Quick tour of some popular blogging tools
  • (40 min) Users set up their own blog
    • Walk through the process of setting up a blog using blogger.com
    • Ask advanced participants to help their neighbors and/or experiment with some of the more advanced features of blogger.com
  • (10 min) Wrap-up and Evaluation
    • Provide short conclusion to the workshop
    • Leave at least 5 minutes for participants to fill out an online evaluation of workshop.
 

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