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Proud Traditions: Welcome Week 2013 Let us be the first to welcome you, our newest Hoosier, to Welcome Week at Indiana University! Over the coming days and weeks, youâ€™ll take part in a variety of exciting activities and time-honored traditions designed to help you get connected with the people, places, and opportunities that will be part of your new life here. Enjoy the fun, explore the possibilities, and take advantage of all that IU has to offer! You can use this booklet to help you plan your activities and map your course. Questions? Contact the First Year Experience Programs staff at (812) 855-4357 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Congratulations, you’re here! Now what? Now that you’ve arrived on campus, you might find yourself wondering what to do next. That’s what Welcome Week is for. It’s full of opportunities to get out, get involved, and get informed. There’s no better way to discover all that awaits you here at IU.
Stay Connected Visit us on the web at fye.indiana.edu now and throughout the year—and be sure to read the e-newsletters sent to your IU email. We’ll help you connect with information AND events!
Your Welcome Week “To-do” List
Get on the fast track to feeling at home by completing the tasks on this checklist. Check these items off by the end of the week and you’ll be well on your way to getting acquainted with campus.
Review this booklet and all that Welcome Week offers; be sure to get the IU Mobile app for easy access to the Welcome Week schedule!
Unpack and turn your room into your home away from home.
Hit Midnight Madness on Friday night for things you forgot!
Attend the Freshman Induction Ceremony on Wednesday— you’ll be glad you did. Be sure to invite your family.
Be prepared for and attend all of your scheduled academic commitments. This includes your school/college academic orientation on Thursday, advising meetings, and all placement exams you still need to take.
Learn about cultural opportunities on campus. Visit at least one museum and check out this year’s IU Auditorium, theatre, and music performance schedules. Be sure to attend CultureFest on Thursday.
Be sure to get working on the IU Bucket List you received at New Student Orientation. Need the list? See fye.indiana.edu. Residents: Get to know your Resident Assistant (RA), the Welcome Week Assistants (WWAs), and your neighbors. It’s important to begin building relationships with the people you are going to be living with for the next nine months.
Plan ahead for FYE events throughout the semester— Trading Laces, What’s Next for You @ IU, and more. See fye.indiana.edu for details.
Go to all of your residence hall and floor activities, the Off-Campus Freshman Meeting, or the Transfer Kickoff.
Explore the open houses on Friday and discover the support services and educational resources available on campus. When you do, you’ll qualify for great prizes and giveaways!
Take your class schedule and find each of your classrooms. But don’t worry—IU Guides will be around campus on your first days of class to help you find your way.
Visit the bookstores. Take your class schedule with you to buy your books. Many residence halls plan group trips to the bookstores and make it a social event.
Do something social. Take advantage of the opportunities in your residence hall, and don’t miss the Traditions and Spirit of IU on Friday— you’ll get your first taste of Hoosier energy at Assembly Hall!
Come party at the Herman B House Party. You won’t believe what the Wells Library does for fun late at night!
Take a moment to review your IU Resource Guide you received at New Student Orientation.
Explore your service opportunities at IU and in the Bloomington community by joining your friends at New Student Service Day on August 24.
Important Greek Organization Information for New Students IU and its Greek-letter organizations want new students to focus their immediate attention on academics and the transition to college. For this reason, first-year students (male and female) are not allowed to attend Greek social functions during Welcome Week or the first two weeks of classes, whether or not they plan to participate in recruitment. Donâ€™t jeopardize your future involvement with the Greek community by trying to move too quickly.
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Wednesday, August 21
Residence Halls Open Take the morning and afternoon to get settled into your new home. Check your residence hall schedule to see what activities are planned for the week. 2:00 p.m. or 4:00 p.m.
FRESHMAN INDUCTION CEREMONY, IU Auditorium The Freshman Induction Ceremony is a long-standing tradition for all entering students and their families. Join faculty, staff, and students as we mark the beginning of your IU experience. Attend either the 2:00 p.m. or the 4:00 p.m. ceremony. Each ceremony is followed by our traditional Induction Picnic behind the Lilly Library and Woodburn Hall. Visit iu.edu/~induct/ for more information.
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IUBeginnings Celebration, Woodburn Hall 100 IUBeginnings participants are invited to share their adventure stories and pictures at this all IUBeginnings celebration event. Family is invited. Join the Freshman Induction Ceremony afterwards at 4:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m.
Transfer Kick-Off, Woodburn Hall 101 Get the scoop on Welcome Week and beyond as you make IU Bloomington your new home. Door prizes awarded! Also, feel free to stop by the picnic behind Woodburn Hall before the meeting. 5:45 p.m.
Off-Campus Freshman Meeting, Woodburn Hall 120 Exempt from living on campus? You won’t want to miss this. You’ll meet other students and learn about parking, transportation, and ways to stay connected throughout the year. EVENING HOURS Resident Meetings for New Students Learn what you need to know to get off to a great start while getting to know the other new residents and your Resident Assistants (RA). These meetings are required of all new students in the residence halls. Check with the RAs in your center for the appropriate time and location. EVENING HOURS Social Activities in the Residence Halls Join other new students in a variety of fun activities. Check your residence hall for a schedule.
Thursday, August 22 9:00 a.m.–12:30 p.m.
Groups Program 2013 Advising Meetings, Ballantine Hall A required session for all students in the Groups program. See your personalized notification for room number. 11:00 a.m.
Groups Program 2013 Meeting with Director, Jordan Hall 124 This required session for Groups students is an opportunity to meet with the program’s director and learn more about what your year will hold.
Meet the Hutton Honors College’s academic advisors, staff, and other students. This meeting is required for all first-year students in the Hutton Honors College.
9:00–10:30 a.m.: Hutton students with last names beginning A–L. 11:00 a.m.–12:30 p.m.: Hutton students with last names beginning M–Z.
Hutton Honors College Meeting, Indiana Memorial Union, Alumni Hall
Media Scholars Reception, Ernie Pyle Hall 203
Ernie Pyle Scholars Reception, Ernie Pyle Hall 102 3:00–4:00 p.m.
Academic Orientation Events The faculty and staff of your school or college want to welcome you to campus and share some important information related to your academic area. This event will give you the opportunity to meet the people who will be a part of your academic experience. Each school and college will follow an individualized program. Living on campus? Meet in your center—RAs and WWAs will escort you from your residence hall to these events.
College of Arts and Sciences Majors Expo: Indiana Memorial Union, Alumni Hall and the Solarium
University Division Exploratory Students: Fine Arts Building, Room 015
Kelley School of Business: School of Business, Second Floor Hall of Honor
School of Education: Wright Education Building, Atrium
School of Public Health—Bloomington: School of Public Health Building, Tony A. Mobley Auditorium 8
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School of Informatics and Computing: Informatics Building, 919 E. Tenth Street, East Lobby
School of Journalism: Ernie Pyle Hall 220
Jacobs School of Music: Auer Hall
School of Public and Environmental Affairs: SPEA Building, Undergraduate Student Lounge
School of Social Work: Social Work Building, 1127 Atwater
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CULTUREFEST, IU Auditorium Explore and celebrate the diverse cultures of IU with live music, great food, henna tattoos, and more. Get free food vouchers (valid at all CultureFest booths) by attending the indoor portion (4:30–5:20 p.m.) of the event. CultureFest is a true IU tradition. 7:00–9:30 p.m.
CultureFest After-Party, IU Art Museum A fun and free event. Enjoy art from around the world and the unique blend of indie rock, contemporary classical, and electronic sounds from Square Peg Round Hole. Food and drinks available. 8:00 p.m. and 11:00 p.m.
Evening Film at the Union, The Great Gatsby Indiana Memorial Union, Whittenberger Auditorium Union Board Films, the longest-running college film series in the nation, invites you to attend an evening film screening of this blockbuster hit. Free admission for IU students with ID.
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Class of 2016 at the “The Traditions and Spirit of IU” 2012 9:00–Midnight
Herman B House Party, Herman B Wells Library Herman says, “Relax! It’s party time.” For this one night, IU’s largest library transforms from a popular study spot—perfect for researching your next paper and working on group projects—into a mega-hangout stocked with food, prizes, fun, and games. Bring your friends or make new ones! You can belt out karaoke favorites, try your hand at Texas hold ’em and ping-pong, rock out on Guitar Hero, find out the “Secrets of the Stacks,” and more. Avoid party envy—join us for the Herman B House Party! 9:00–11:00 p.m.
Transfer Student Night at the Back Alley, Indiana Memorial Union, Back Alley New transfer students are invited to a night of free bowling and great food with FYE. Relax, enjoy, and get to know other transfer students!
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Join other new students in a variety of fun activities. Check your residence hall for a schedule.
Friday, August 23 Your academic advisor will play an important role in your transition to, and success at, IU. Check your email for details if you are in one of the programs listed below: 8:30, 9:30, or 10:30 a.m.
Kelley School of Business Direct Admit Academic Advising All students directly admitted into Kelley School of Business have required meetings with their assigned academic advisors (see your email for assigned time). Questions? (812) 855-2614
School of Informatics and Computing Direct Admit Academic Advising Informatics Building, Room 130 Students directly admitted into the School of Informatics and Computing must attend this meeting. 9:00â€“10:00 a.m.
School of Journalism Direct Admit Academic Advising Journalism Auditorium, Ernie Pyle Hall 220 Meeting for students directly admitted into the School of Journalism. 9:00 or 10:30 a.m.
University Division Academic Advising All University Division students have required advising meetings. See your email for your assigned meeting time and location. Questions? (812) 855-6768. 12
9:00–11:00 a.m. and 1:00–3:00 p.m.
IU Fall Jobs Fair, Indiana Memorial Union, Alumni Hall Talk to employers about part-time employment on campus and in the Bloomington community (please plan around your advising meeting). 9:00–11:00 a.m.: Work-Study Jobs 1:00–3:00 p.m.: Non-Work-Study Jobs 12:00–1:00 p.m.
Student Technology at IU, Lindley Hall 102
Cloud storage, email on iPhone/Android, Xbox and PS3 setups, Wi-Fi, deals and discounts. University Information Technology Services (UITS) has your tech needs covered. Bring your laptop, tablet, or mobile devices. For more, visit newtoit.iu.edu.
Campus Open Houses and Fairs Take this opportunity to explore some of the support services available to assist you in your academic and personal success. RAs and WWAs will lead campus tours featuring these sites, or you can explore them on your own. Visit as many as you can!
Academic Support Center (ASC), Briscoe, Forest, and Teter Residence Halls The ASC is designed to help you with your academic endeavors. Check out the academic support available in all three neighborhoods on campus.
Asian Culture Center (ACC), 807 E. Tenth Street Stop by and learn about the services and programs the center offers. We’ll have a light lunch ready for you and your friends. Learn more about the ACC at iub.edu/~acc.
Episcopal Campus Ministry, Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Student Support Services, Latino Cultural Center/La Casa, Student Legal Services, 7th Street, across from Dunn Meadow Join the house party with four front doors. The day promises to be a lot of fun and will include music, refreshments, and laughter on the front lawns of these four houses. Learn more about these offices and enjoy some free food and fun conversation while you’re at it.
First Nations Educational and Cultural Center (FNECC), 400 N. Sunrise Drive, Weatherly Hall 203 Meet the staff and students of the FNECC while learning about its support system and the fun and educational opportunities available for all students. 14
Herman B Wells Library, Corner of Tenth Street and Jordan Avenue Old, stuffy, boring, and quiet? Not us! Your IU Libraries are THE information resource on campus, offering research assistance, group study, technology support, and so much more. Get to know the IU Libraries and how our resources and staff can help you succeed at IU.
Musical Arts Center Open House and Stage Tour, 101 N. Jordan Avenue Tour the backstage and workshops area of one of the grandest performance venues in the U.S. and home of the Jacobs School of Music and the IU Opera and Ballet Theater. Tours begin each hour and end at 3:00 p.m. Sponsored by the Jacobs School of Music and Residential Programs and Services.
Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center (NMBCC), 275 N. Jordan Avenue
Office of Overseas Study, Leo R. Dowling International Center, 111 S. Jordan Avenue Join us to learn about the many opportunities to study abroad while you are an IU student. We offer more than 250 programs—start to explore your options today!
Student Central, 408 N. Union Street Home to Financial Aid and other services. Come see us to learn more! 12:00–3:00 p.m.
Sex, Drugs, and Rock ’n’ Roll, Showalter Fountain
Join the extravaganza—live music, snow cones, cotton candy, booths, and games to promote positive health choices. Enter to win an iPad mini and $100 T.I.S. College Bookstore gift certificates! Sponsored by IU Health Center’s Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) and Sexual Assault Crisis Service (SACS).
Let the NMBCC become your home away from home. Enjoy a warm, welcoming, and fun atmosphere. Meet the staff and other students and learn about the great activities planned for the upcoming year.
RecFest, Wildermuth Intramural Center (Seventh Street across from the IMU) Learn about everything IU Campus Recreational Sports has to offer at this annual festival featuring free food, giveaways, entertainment, and games! Staff will be present to answer all of your questions, register you for programs, and help you start your active Hoosier journey. 1:00–3:00 p.m.
Game on!, Dunn Meadow Multiplayer gaming, live music, Google Glass tech showcase, snacks, and more. Want fun with technology? Then this is the place to be. Bring your mobile devices (and friends)! 3:00 p.m.
Required Residence Hall Meetings (Prior to Traditions and Spirit of IU) Meet other new students and learn important details about your new home. This is your chance to gear up for the Traditions and Spirit of IU event, so put on your face paint, wear your IU clothes, and get ready to show the rest of campus your school spirit! See your RA for specific times and locations. 4:15 p.m.
THE TRADITIONS AND SPIRIT OF IU, Assembly Hall How much IU spirit do you have? Hosted by the Office of First Year Experience Programs, IU Athletics, and Residential Programs and Services, this Welcome Week tradition is one you won’t want to miss! The prize giveaways start when the doors open at 3:45 p.m. and it just gets better from there. Afterward, hop on the bus or walk south to the IMU for fun, food, and more. 16
Following Traditions and Spirit of IU–until 8:00 p.m.
Taste of the Union, Indiana Memorial Union Who can resist food, fun, and lots of entertainment? You’ll enjoy food options throughout the Indiana Memorial Union. Plus, there will be live music, karaoke, and games and prizes—all for free. Explore bowling and billiards, movies, video games, shows, and more. 6:30 or 7:30 p.m.
FREE Shabbat Dinner, Helene G. Simon Hillel Center, 730 E. Third Street
8:00 p.m. and 11:00 p.m.
Evening Film at the Union, The Great Gatsby Indiana Memorial Union, Whittenberger Auditorium See details on page 10. 10:00 p.m.–2:00 a.m.
Midnight Madness Whether you need school supplies or decorations for your room, join other IU students for Midnight Madness. We’ll take shuttle buses from campus to a local discount store offering great specials, drawings for big prizes, and more—just for students, just for tonight. Buses will stop near each residence hall. Check postings in your residence hall for exact times and locations. 17
Welcome to your first Shabbat at IU. Choose from Reform, Conservative, Orthodox, or Learners Services, or an Alternative to Shabbat, all starting at 6:30 and followed by a free Shabbat dinner at 7:30. Join us for services, dinner, or both. Take the shuttle after Traditions and Spirit of IU to the IMU; we will meet you there to walk to Hillel. See iuhillel.org.
Saturday, August 24 ALL DAY RESIDENCE HALL ACTIVITIES Check the schedule in your residence hall. Activities may include games, tournaments, museum trips, tours, book-buying expeditions, and picnics. 11:00 a.m.â€“3:00 p.m.
NEW STUDENT SERVICE DAY, Fine Arts 015 and into Bloomington locations Get involved with Bloomington in an amazing way. Join other new students: help out, have fun, and make new friends in Btown. Signed up? Watch your email for details. Need to sign up? Visit fye.indiana.edu, or just show up before 11:00 a.m. and sign up then. Come dressed comfortably! Lunch provided. Evening
Welcome Week Concert , Fee Lane and 13th Street Parking Lot A night of fun and musicâ€”a true Hoosier experience for your first weekend on campus! Featuring electronic and indie rock artists, get a first-hand look at the IU and Bloomington performing arts scene. Sponsored by RHA, RPS and the Union Board. Check email for ticket info.
Evening Film at the Union, The Great Gatsby Indiana Memorial Union, Whittenberger Auditorium
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EVENING HOURS Social Activities in the Residence Halls Join other new students in a variety of fun activities. Check your residence hall for a schedule. 18
Sunday, August 25 ALL DAY RESIDENCE HALL ACTIVITIES Check the schedule in your residence hall. Activities may include games, tournaments, museum trips, tours, book-buying expeditions, and picnics. 1:00–3:00 p.m.
FaithFest, Dunn Meadow (adjacent to the IMU) A variety of religious groups will welcome you to campus and provide information about their activities. There will also be free food, prizes, and a lot of fun. Come and meet the unique and diverse religious groups on campus and in Bloomington. 5:00–7:00 p.m.
Hillel Opening BBQ, Helene G. Simon Hillel Center, 730 E. Third Street Get a taste of Jewish life at IU at your home away from home. The student board and staff of Hillel welcome all new and returning students to this free barbeque. Stop by and learn about the excitement and diversity of one of the most active Hillel programs in the country. For more information, go to iuhillel.org or call (812) 336-3824. 6:30 p.m.
Freshman Cookout, St. Paul Catholic Center, 1413 E. Seventeenth Street Connect with the center and with many of IU’s Catholic students and learn about other events this fall. This active, student-centered resource is a great place to start your year.
EVENING HOURS Residence Hall Floor Meetings
Get to know others in your community! This is a required meeting for all new and returning students on your floor. Times may vary; check with your RA for details.
IU Student Involvement Fair •• •• Tuesday, September 3, Dunn Meadow
Activities During the First Week of Classes and Beyond As classes begin, orientation continues with programming and activities all across campus. Be sure to read your email updates and check listings in the residence halls, the Indiana Memorial Union, student support offices, and the Indiana Daily Student (IDS). Look for great social events, tours, academic support workshops, and programs to help you make the most of your IU experience. Monday, August 26
First Day of Classes! Be on the lookout for IU Guides on Monday and Tuesday. They will have campus maps and information, and will be happy to help you get to the right places! Monday, August 26-Sunday, September 1
Semester Kickoff, Recreational Sports All CircuitStrength, CycleFit, and yoga/pilates sessions will be free. Rec Sports will also be offering special intramural sports and aquatics programming, as well as games, giveaways, and promotions ALL WEEK LONG. Learn more at recsports.indiana.edu. Wednesday, August 28, 7:00 p.m.
Optional Biology Advanced Placement Exam, Jordan Hall Contact the Biology Department at (812) 855-3810 for information about the exam and how to sign up. For information about other placement and credit exams, contact academic departments directly. 21
Thursday, August 29, 5:00–7:00 p.m.
IU Asian Fair and Welcome Reception, Dunn Meadow, adjacent to the IMU (Rain location: Asian Culture Center) An afternoon of fun, tasty nibbles, great company! Connect with Asian student groups, and academic and support services. Hosted by the IU Asian Culture Center in cooperation with India Studies, East Asian Studies Center, and Asian American Studies program. Tuesday, September 3, 11:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m.
IU STUDENT INVOLVEMENT FAIR, Dunn Meadow, adjacent to the IMU Explore many of IU’s wonderful organizations and discover opportunities to get connected and involved. Tuesday, September 3, 6:00-7:00 p.m.
Premed Freshman Orientation, Indiana Memorial Union, Whittenberger Auditorium This meeting is mandatory for anyone thinking about attending medical school. Visit hpplc.indiana.edu to join the Health Professions and Prelaw Center (HPPLC) email list and receive information and notice of events for premed students. Wednesday, September 3, 6:00–7:30 p.m.
Prelaw Freshman Orientation, Law School Moot Court, Room 123 This meeting is mandatory for anyone thinking about attending law school. Visit hpplc.indiana.edu to join the HPPLC email list and receive information and notice of events for prelaw students. 22
Thursday, September 5, 4:00–5:30 p.m.
International Student Welcome Reception, Indiana Memorial Union, University Club Presidents Room An annual event for all new and returning international students, from the Office of International Services. Thursday, September 5, 7:00 a.m.–8:00 p.m.
Black Freshman Pinning Ceremony, Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center Grand Hall Thursday, September 5, Time & Location TBD
Multicultural Greek Council Cookout Friday, September 6, 6:00–9:00 p.m.
Umoja: Black Student Orientation, Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center, Grand Hall Tuesday-Thursday, September 10-12, 5:00-7:00 p.m. Central: September 10 Southeast: September 11 Northwest: September 12
Interfraternity Council Cookouts Male students interested in IFC Greek organizations should attend any of the cookouts for information.
Saturday, September 14, 4:00–6:00 p.m.
National Hispanic Heritage Month Kickoff, Monroe County Public Library Join us as we celebrate the beginning of National Hispanic Heritage Month. View the library’s collection of Latino books, music, and films; stay for the live mariachi band and various other musical acts, crafts, activities, and refreshments. Sponsored by the City of Bloomington, Monroe County Public Library, El Centro Communal Latino, and La Casa Latino Cultural Center. Saturday, September 14, 11:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m.
Interfraternity Council Formal Recruitment Kickoff, Dunn Meadow, adjacent to the IMU If you’re a male student interested in fraternities, you must attend this event to be eligible to participate in formal recruitment. You will have the opportunity to meet with representatives from each fraternity recognized by the Interfraternity Council. For more information, visit iubifc.com. Register online to have a better chance of getting into a house at indianaifc.mycampusdirector.com. September 15, Time and location TBD
National Pan-Hellenic Informational (Meet the Greeks) For students with an interest in NPHC Greek organizations. Questions? 812-855-1227 Friday–Sunday, September 20–22
Freshman Family Weekend Invite your family and have a great weekend together. Show off all your newfound knowledge of campus or continue to explore together. For details about weekend events, call (812) 855-8187 and visit the Parents Association website at studentaffairs.iub.edu/parents.
Tuesday, September 24, 2:00-4:00 p.m. (scholarship programs only), 4:00-7:00 p.m. (all students)
2013 Fall Career and Internship Fair IU students from a variety of liberal arts majors have the opportunity to connect with organizations recruiting for entry-level positions and/or internships. All majors are welcome to attend. September 25 and 26
IU Lotus Festival Campus Participation, Indiana Memorial Union, Alumni Hall As part of IUâ€™s participation in the Lotus World Music and Arts Festival (Sept 25â€“29), enjoy music from around the world. www.lotusfest.org. Sunday, November 3, Time TBA
Greek Opportunities for Women: Pan-Hellenic Council, Multicultural Greek Council, and National Pan-Hellenic Council Recruitment Call-Out Meeting, Indiana Memorial Union, Whittenberger Auditorium Informational meeting for women students interested in learning more about sorority involvement at IU. Need info? PHA recruitment: iubpha.com; NPHC recruitment: indiana.edu/~nphc; MCGC recruitment: indiana.edu/~mcgc/.
Get Learning with Webinars and Workshops from UITS IT Training! Free hands-on, award-winning workshops and webinars for students on more than 80 information technology topics. Workshops range from introductory to advanced, 90 minutes to three hours. You can also download workshop materials, view webinar presentations on timely topics, and take online courses from lynda.com and Microsoft at no charge. Special online training events during the first two weeks of classes include: Tuesday, August 27, 12:20–12:45 p.m.
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Learn about using your favorite Microsoft Office and Adobe applications while at IU for FREE! Install them on your local machine or run them on your preferred device from the cloud using a cloud-based storage system. Wednesday, August 28, 12:20–12:45 p.m.
Use Your Free Software Better! Get the most out of your free software. This presentation will give you an overview of the many free training resources available to IU students. Thursday, August 29, 12:20–12:45 p.m.
How to Do Less Work on Group Projects! Use IU’s FREE cloud-based storage and collaboration service to work with others on group projects, comment on each other’s work, and track changes to shared documents.
Thursday, August 29, 4:00–4:45pm
Basic Digital Photo Editing with Google Picasa Use Google’s FREE Picasa program to do basic editing to your digital photos. Thursday, August 29, 5:00–5:45 p.m.
Basic Digital Photo Editing with Adobe Photoshop Learn about Adobe’s program to do basic editing to digital photos.
Organizing Your Life with Evernote Use the FREE cloud-based application to organize your academic and personal life. Track your work and schedule across multiple devices using a single Evernote account! 27
Read more and register at http://ittraining.iu.edu/orientation.
Tuesday, Sept. 3, 5:00–5:45 p.m.
Office 2013: An Overview of New Features Discover the interesting new features available in Microsoft Office 2013. You can get this software for FREE, but we will help you take advantage of the newest features.
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