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Here's what's on for April at the DME.

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April 14, 3:00pm: Editing Your Photos Using Adobe Photoshop

Photoshop is industry standard software for photo editing. In this student-led workshop we’ll show you the basics of photo editing using Adobe PS. Participants will learn standard techniques and tools such as adjusting brightness and contrast, image levels, how to use adjustment curves and more. Participants will leave with all the tools needed to make great images.

Having a working copy of Photoshop is recommended but not required.

Participants are welcome to contact us with specific use cases and questions here: dme@ryerson.ca

* This is open only to the Ryerson community

April 15, 6pm: How to Use Tableau for Data Visualization

Tableau is becoming an industry standard tool for data visualization and data analysis due to its capabilities and ease of use.

This student-led workshop will show participants the basics of using Tableau from connecting to a dataset, to filtering and interpreting data. Participants will learn the worksheet basics, creating different visuals, including axis formatting and labelling etc. Lastly participants will be given an introduction to interactive dashboards for pattern observation, and using visuals to create data stories.

Participants are welcome to contact us with specific use cases and questions here: dme@ryerson.ca

* This open only to the Ryerson community

April 16, 2pm: How to Make an App with "No-Code"

Developing apps usually has a steep learning curve. But programs such as Glide provide an alternative by allowing for easy ‘drag and drop’ visual app development.

This 1 hour student-led workshop will teach participants how to make interactive apps using Glide powered by Google sheets with no additional coding. Using these skills participants will be able to deploy their own data driven apps easily and quickly.

Participants are welcome to contact us with specific use cases and questions here: dme@ryerson.ca

* This is open only to the Ryerson community.

** Rescheduled from April 9

April 20, 5:00pm: How to Start Programming with Python

Python is a programming language built for simplicity and diverse applications. Use cases range from simple programs to web building to software and app development. It’s a great beginner language if you’re new to programming and coding!

This student-led workshop will take you through the very basics of Python, including variables, syntax, printing, and basic loops.

This session is meant for first-time coders, or those looking for a refresher.

Participants are welcome to contact us with specific use cases and questions here: dme@ryerson.ca

* This is open only to the Ryerson community

April 22, 4pm: How to broadcast/stream content online using Twitch and OBS

In this skill building session you'll learn how to use OBS and Twitch to create professional and engaging live streams.

Livestreaming allows content creators to broadcast online in real-time, as well as directly converse with an audience. This allows a more organic user experience. In this context Twitch has been used for instruction, streaming games and connecting with communities. This student-led workshop will cover the basics of working with Twitch streaming, best practices, and things to consider.

Participants are welcome to contact us with specific use cases and questions here: dme@ryerson.ca

Software isn't required for participation, but interested participants can download the cross platform OBS software at:

* This is open only to the Ryerson community.

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