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Lee Library offers free software classes throughout semester

The Brigham Young University Multimedia Lab at the Harold B. Lee Library is offering free software classes throughout the semester available on lab computers.

The Multimedia Lab classes include Photoshop, Final Cut Pro, InDesign, Illustrator, GarageBand, Excel and Premiere. The classes are tailored for students, faculty, the general public and patrons of the Family History Library.

Through these classes, patrons can gain skills in desktop publishing, graphic design, image manipulation, video editing, finances, statistics, DVD creation and electronic thesis and dissertation. No prior knowledge of the software is needed to begin the classes.

To see a complete list of class dates and times and to register for the classes, visit mmlab.lib.byu.edu. The Multimedia Lab is located in Information Commons room 3330 of the Harold B. Lee Library.

For more information, contact Cyndee Frazier at (801) 422-9192 or cynthia_frazier@byu.edu.

Writer: Angela Fischer

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