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Lifecycle Marketing Foundations1 hour(s) 2 minute(s) Modern marketers work with buyers who have a wealth of information and options at their fingertips at all times. Lifecycle marketing—which forces you to carefully examine each stage of the customer journey—can help you work smarter in this evolving landscape by allowing you to organize behavior in a way that results in profit, customer loyalty, and referrals. In this course, join marketing expert John Jantsch as he goes into the fundamentals of lifecycle marketing. John explains what lifecycle marketing is, and the benefits of using a lifecycle approach. He covers the marketing hourglass framework, demonstrating how to recruit and find customers, serve them effectively, and retain them over time. John also helps you build a custom hourglass for your organization, and see it through the lens of marketing, sales, and service.BeginnerBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Marketing
iPhone and iPad Photography with iOS 133 hour(s) 4 minute(s) Discover the powerful array of tools, features, and functionality for photographers inside iOS 13 on iPad and iPhone. Instructor Sean Duggan covers how to use the basic camera controls before moving on to more advanced features, including night mode, slow motion, and time-lapse. Sean also discusses photo editing, organizing, and sharing.CreativePhotography
Managing Teams1 hour(s) 11 minute(s) Managing a team of people in the workplace requires continuous learning for today's managers and team leaders. Learn how to bring out the best in your team, in this course with Kelley School of Business professor and corporate consultant Daisy Lovelace. Daisy explains how to set shared goals, delegate tasks, manage performance, and develop each member of the team by providing feedback and training. Instructor Daisy Lovelace also addresses the challenges and solutions to managing different types of teams: virtual, global, intergenerational, and cross-functional. Plus, find out how to manage difficult behavior and underperformance.BeginnerBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Professional Development, Leadership and Management
Learning PowerShell for Windows Server Administration2 hour(s) 1 minute(s) PowerShell allows IT professionals to automate tasks and remotely manage machines across an entire network. An indispensable tool for Windows Server, PowerShell is possibly the single most important skill for new administrators to master. This training course shows how to use every part of this powerful framework. Instructor Scott Burrell explains what PowerShell is—a command-line shell and a scripting language—and how it's different from DOS and bash. He shows how to leverage cmdlets, functions, scripts and modules from Microsoft and third parties; set up execution policies and profiles to determine when scripts run; and build custom scripts of your own. Then he reviews the PowerShell pipeline—the sequence in which data is passed from one command to the next—showing how to string scripts together and redirect output. Finally, Scott shows how to pull everything you've learned together within the PowerShell Integrated Scripting Environment, a host environment for writing, testing, and troubleshooting scripts.BeginnerTechnologyNetwork and System Administration
Pro Tools 2019 Essential Training: 101 - The Basics4 hour(s) 56 minute(s) Get up and running with Pro Tools. In collaboration with Avid (makers of Pro Tools), we have teamed up with Frank D. Cook, author of the Avid Pro Tools 101 book, to create this course. Here, Frank translates the official Avid training into an online course covering all of the fundamentals for using this popular digital audio workstation. Frank starts by going over basic digital audio concepts and the Pro Tools software interface. He quickly moves into creating a Pro Tools session and making an audio recording. Then, he explains how to import audio, work with MIDI, and select, navigate, and edit within the Pro Tools interface. He wraps up by demonstrating basic mixing and automation techniques and showing how to bounce down a final mix.BeginnerCreativeAudio and Music
Revit 2017 Essential Training: Architecture (Metric)11 hour(s) 55 minute(s) Learn the basics of using Revit 2017 for architectural design. This course is designed for students who have no prior Revit experience and want to work in metric units (meters, millimeters, etc.). It is a beginner's course that approaches Revit from the ground up. Fundamentals and good work habits are emphasized every step of the way. First, get comfortable with the Revit environment, and learn to set up a project and add the grids, levels, and dimensions that will anchor your design. Then author Paul F. Aubin helps you dive into modeling: adding walls, doors, and windows; creating and mirroring groups; linking to external assets and DWG files; and working with floors, roofs, and ceilings. Paul also shows advanced techniques for modeling stairs, complex walls, and partially obscured building elements, as well as adding rooms and solid geometry. Finally, discover how to annotate your drawings so all the components are clearly understood, and learn how to output sheets to DWF, PDF, or AutoCAD.BeginnerCreativeVisualization and Real-Time, AEC
Windows Server 2019: First Look0 hour(s) 43 minute(s) Take a first look at the new features and improvements introduced in Windows Server 2019. The 2019 version of the enterprise-level server operating system from Microsoft boasts new hybrid cloud features and security updates, as well as application platform and Hyper-Converged Infrastructure (HCI) improvements. In this course, instructor Ed Liberman helps you get up to speed with Windows Server 2019 by providing a high-level overview of its most notable new features. In addition to discussing what's new, Ed goes over the basic setup of Windows Server 2019 and explains where this version fits into the larger history of the operating system.IntermediateTechnologyNetwork and System Administration
C Essential Training: 1 The Basics2 hour(s) 31 minute(s) C has been around for nearly half a century, but it's still as essential as ever. This powerful language lies at the heart of many modern languages—including JavaScript and Objective-C—and is an up-and-coming language for embedded systems. Whether you're taking your very first steps into programming with C, or you just want to brush up on the basics, this course can help to acquaint you with the fundamentals of this mid-level programming language. Instructor Dan Gookin dissects the anatomy of C, from data types and variables to simple functions. Plus, he shows how these basic elements fit together in control structures like loops—where the real logic behind your code comes into play.BeginnerTechnologySoftware Development
Programming Foundations: Fuzzy Logic0 hour(s) 41 minute(s) Most modern programming is based on exact logic: black or white, yes or no, true or false, 0 or 1. However, we live in a world of partial truths and shades of grey. Fuzzy logic is designed to handle this ambiguity, and help computers more closely approximate human reasoning. In this course, Dr. Erin Colvin introduces fuzzy logic, its benefits, and its contributions to fields such as artificial intelligence and machine learning. Learn about related concepts such as fuzzy set theory and fuzzy inference, with practical examples from real-world applications of the technology.BeginnerTechnologySoftware Development
AWS Essential Training for Developers3 hour(s) 17 minute(s) Modern companies need developers who can accomplish business objectives with Amazon Web Services (AWS) without over-engineering in-house solutions. But with AWS now listing over a hundred different service offerings, getting a holistic sense of the platform can seem daunting. In this course, Jeremy “JV” Villeneuve breaks down key AWS services, giving developers a high-level look at the different ways they can host applications within AWS, as well as how to decide which services will fit their use case. He introduces you to cloud computing by tying the concepts to real-world hardware, such as hard drives and network switches. Get the information you need to match product names to what each service does (as well as to the corresponding architecture icons), so you can explore them further.BeginnerTechnologyCloud Computing
Big data: Equipos y soluciones para la empresa0 hour(s) 41 minute(s) Una parte importante del Big Data o el trabajo con macrodatos es la creación de equipos y su interrelación con el resto de la institución. En este curso, aprenderemos cuál es la mejor forma de crear estas sinergias. Veremos que los puntos que deberemos definir son cómo componer el equipo de trabajo, el método con el que trabaja este equipo y cómo interactúa con otras personas de la organización, que, sin estar directamente implicadas en la estrategia, nos pueden ayudar. Estas sinergias son fundamentales para que nuestra estrategia pueda llegar a buen puerto aprovechando los recursos de los que disponemos.
Creative Cloud práctico: Creación de un portfolio3 hour(s) 19 minute(s) Desarrolla tu propio portfolio y aprende a distribuirlo de forma muy eficaz en este curso video2brain en el que, además de los conceptos técnicos, tendrás en tu mano un montón de recursos para comenzar a crear tu propia marca personal y darle forma a un proyecto que generará ilusión y resultados al mismo tiempo.
Photoshop CS5.5: Trucos de productividad para diseñadores1 hour(s) 55 minute(s) Todos los profesionales que trabajan cada día con Adobe Photoshop en el estudio de diseño necesitan que el programa les dé soluciones concretas a problemas planteados por sus clientes: rápidas, efectivas y profesionales. Ignacio Lledó nos cuenta en este curso video2brain una serie de trucos y técnicas rápidas con las que enfrentarse de forma directa y sencilla a esos problemas con soluciones muy efectivas y sobre todo, productivas.
Unreal: Introduction to Lighting1 hour(s) 39 minute(s) Get started lighting your projects in Unreal Engine. Examine the types of lighting in Unreal and learn how to effectively light a scene. This course gets you up and running by covering lighting basics, working with shadows, and using lighting effects. Join Craig Barr as he demonstrates how to create lights, place lights, work with shadows, add reflections, accommodate various shapes, and more.IntermediateCreativeVisualization and Real-Time, Animation and Illustration, Product and Manufacturing, Motion Graphics and VFX, AEC
Lightroom CC First Look0 hour(s) 42 minute(s) Adobe Photoshop Lightroom CC is a cloud-based photo service from Adobe that combines the photo-enhancing power of Lightroom with versatile cloud storage, allowing you to work with your photos anywhere. In this short course, get a first look at Lightroom CC. Jan Kabili introduces key Lightroom CC features, including its intuitive editing controls, which you can use to improve lighting and color, apply clarity and vignette effects, crop and straighten your photos, and more. She also goes into the powerful auto-tagging and search capabilities of Lightroom CC, and demonstrates how to use albums to organize and share images.BeginnerCreativePhotography
Learning Windows 10 Deployment for Small Businesses1 hour(s) 8 minute(s) Small businesses may not deploy same number of Windows installations as large businesses, but they can encounter just as many problems. To deploy Windows 10 successfully, it's critical to identify the correct method for rollout. In this course, author Matt Hester will cover "high touch" options for deployment of Windows 10—the best choices for organizations that don't have a dedicated IT staff or a lot of resources. Concentrating on the most common scenarios, an upgrade and a fresh install, Matt will review performing a manual installation via a DVD, creating your own install DVD or USB with the media creation tool, and building custom Windows 10 images with the Microsoft Deployment Tookit (MDT).BeginnerTechnologyIT Help Desk, Continuing Education (CEU), Network and System Administration
Blockchain Programming in iOS Using Swift2 hour(s) 15 minute(s) Blockchain enables decentralized encryption of sensitive data. Once the domain of the dark web, the power of the blockchain can now be harnessed by everyday developers. This training course explains how to implement blockchain-based storage and encryption in the iOS framework using Swift. Instructor Mohammad Azam begins with the very basics, explaining all the details related to blockchain technology: cryptocurrency like bitcoin, distributed ledgers, keys, and mining. He shows how to implement the core elements of blockchain—models, keys, and blocks—and then builds smart contracts as well as a web API that exchanges data securely with the blockchain. Plus, learn how to decentralize blockchain even further using node-based processing and mining.IntermediateTechnologyData Science, Mobile Development
Creating Your Personal Brand0 hour(s) 33 minute(s) Your personal brand is your reputation and legacy. A strong personal brand can lead to job and career opportunities. A weak personal brand leaves you liable to be passed by. In this course, personal branding expert Lida Citroën helps you identify what your personal brand is now and align it with the brand you want for yourself in the future. In the process, she helps you target the individuals or groups who have the opportunities you seek, strategize the marketing for your brand, and identify who you need to know and where to find them. She also helps you figure out how to portray your personal brand on social media outlets such as LinkedIn, Facebook, and YouTube. Plus, learn how to craft an elevator pitch for your personal brand so you can make a good impression even on short notice.BusinessMarketing, Career Development, Professional Development, Leadership and Management
PowerShell 5 Essential Training3 hour(s) 38 minute(s) PowerShell is the must-have tool for Windows system administrators. Jump-start your career, and your IT environment, by getting up and running with the latest version, PowerShell 5. Jason Helmick shows you how to get a hand from the help system, extend PowerShell with modules and snap-ins, harness the power of the PowerShell pipeline, and script and automate common administrative tasks. Plus, learn how to take advantage of one of PowerShell's most exciting features, remote management, which can put thousands of machines at your beck and call.BeginnerTechnologyNetwork and System Administration
Learning Chef2 hour(s) 56 minute(s) You can transform infrastructure into code using Chef—a powerful platform that provides automation solutions, a development kit, and more. This course explains how to use Chef architecture and tools to simplify and automate configuration management. Learn how to install Chef, configure settings, and more. Join Robin Beck as he shows you how to leverage recipes and cookbooks, deploy a Chef server, and take your infrastructure full scale by managing multiple nodes and resolving dependencies.BeginnerTechnologyDevOps, Network and System Administration
Selling with Authenticity0 hour(s) 41 minute(s) Having a successful career in sales doesn't mean compromising your values. In fact, authentic salespeople often have the most success in sales. Learn how to bring authenticity, curiosity, and your true self to your sales role, with these lessons from Lisa Earle McLeod and Elizabeth (McLeod) Lotardo. Explore the purpose of sales, from multiple perspectives. Discover how to put the human touch back into customer interactions and use your authentic curiosity to spark great sales questions. And since life on commission isn’t easy, Lisa and Elizabeth also offer some advice for managing your personal finances and reducing anxiety around quotas.BeginnerBusinessSales
Organizing Your Office for Maximum Efficiency1 hour(s) 2 minute(s) Whether you have a private office, home office, or shared office space, there are many ways to organize your work area for maximum efficiency. In this course, professional organizer Suzanna Kaye covers different organizational styles and options so you can choose the best setup for your situation. She explains how to maintain proper posture and select the right furniture, technology, and lighting; reviews storage options; and walks through filing concepts to help track paperwork and get more done.BusinessProfessional Development
Learning Cisco Spark1 hour(s) 20 minute(s) Make better connections across your organization using Cisco's new enterprise collaboration tool, Spark. Spark allows you to chat, call, and videoconference with colleagues over a large geographic area, and use the file sharing, meeting spaces, and whiteboard features to get work done in real time. In this course, Phil Gold shows how to set up a Spark account and start collaborating with your team. Learn how to adjust important settings and permissions, add people to chats and calls, store and share files, and create new teams and spaces. Plus, find out how to collaborate on the go with the Spark mobile app.BeginnerBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Business Software and Tools
Narrative Portraiture: On Location in New York City1 hour(s) 30 minute(s) In the Narrative Portraiture series, photographer and teacher Chris Orwig explores the use of elements such as location and natural light to create images that tell stories about their subjects and produce a strong emotional connection. In this installment of the series, Chris shows how to incorporate aspects of a location, such as architecture, natural light, and even passersby, to create authentic, story-filled portraits. The course begins with a photo shoot on the Brooklyn Bridge. Chris emphasizes the importance of directing and collaborating with a subject and of being responsive to changing lighting and location conditions. After the shoot, Chris discusses the preparation that goes into on-location shoots, from choosing camera gear to storyboarding. Next, he reviews the images from the shoot and mentions the post-processing techniques that he employed to make them more effective. The course also includes several assignments aimed at reinforcing the concepts Chris describes. The course concludes with an on-location family portrait shoot and a look at the special considerations that go into group shots.IntermediateCreativePhotography
Learning Terraform2 hour(s) 36 minute(s) Terraform is a DevOps tool for declarative infrastructure—infrastructure as code. It simplifies and accelerates the configuration of cloud-based environments. In this course, instructor Josh Samuelson shows how to use Terraform to configure infrastructure and manage resources with Amazon Web Services (AWS). After demonstrating how to set up AWS for Terraform, Josh covers how Terraform manages your infrastructure, as well as how to use core Terraform commands. He also delves into more advanced topics, including how to arrange Terraform code to be more maintainable and modular. Upon wrapping up this course, you'll have the knowledge you need to efficiently define and mange infrastructure with this powerful tool.BeginnerTechnologyDevOps
PHP: Exporting Data to Files3 hour(s) 42 minute(s) Providing a file from a database in exactly the same format that's requested by the user is an extremely valuable technique. In this course, David Powers shows you how to export data from a database with PHP in a variety of formats, including rich text, CSV, Excel, Word, OpenOffice spreadsheets and documents, and even XML. He introduces tools like PHPExcel and PHPRtfLite that make the job of formatting the data (fonts, headers, columns, and all) easier to manage, and also shows how to embed nontext data like images in your exports.IntermediateTechnologyWeb Development
Advanced Appium2 hour(s) 2 minute(s) Appium is the global standard in mobile app test automation. But it can do so much more. You can automate hybrid apps, work with files on devices, and call functions within your app’s code to save time. Take your Appium skills to the next level with this advanced course. Jonathan Lipps, project lead at Appium, shows how to automate web views for hybrid apps, automate real Android and iOS devices, use the Appium File API, simulate phone calls and text messages, and manage app installation and removal from Appium. He also introduces three different techniques for reducing the wait time for app state. This course can help QA professionals, testers, and mobile developers alike make their test automation even faster and more effective.AdvancedTechnologySoftware Development
App Center: Continuous Integration and Delivery for iOS1 hour(s) 31 minute(s) Think about the last time you released an app. How many sessions did your beta testers run? How often did your app crash? Where did users spend the most time? Visual Studio App Center automatically gathers this data for you and consolidates it into a single web-based dashboard. It also provides a complete continuous integration/continuous deployment (CI/CD) solution for your iOS and macOS applications. You connect your repo to App Center and it builds your apps on cloud-hosted agents, automatically runs unit and UI tests on real devices, and distributes them to beta testers and app stores. After deployment, App Center helps you monitor your apps with crash reports and advanced analytics. It even lets you send targeted push notifications to keep your customers engaged. This project-based course shows how to automate your iOS development process using the features provided by App Center. Discover how to start with a provided iOS Swift application and gradually incorporate App Center services. By the end of the course, you will have a native iOS Swift app with a fully-integrated CI/CD pipeline.BeginnerTechnologyMobile Development
Projection Mapping Union Station's History0 hour(s) 14 minute(s) Be inspired! Our documentaries follow top professionals as they explain the challenges and choices behind their latest projects. In this film, we see how Quixotic, a Kansas City–based design team, tells the story of an institution at the heart of their community, Union Station. To celebrate the depot's centennial, the city decided to go big, hiring Quixotic to tell the story of Union Station on Union Station, using the art of projection mapping. Learn how Quixotic accomplished the technical aspects of the project—breaking down the 10-story building into 9 After Effects compositions projected from 6 angles by 12 different projectors—and the design choices they made to merge history, story, and spectacle.CreativeMotion Graphics and VFX, Visualization and Real-Time, Product and Manufacturing, AEC, Animation and Illustration
Java: XML Integration4 hour(s) 56 minute(s) Learn how to choose the right Java API for your application and get started coding with XML and Java. In this course, author David Gassner shows you how to read and create XML strings and files, decide whether to use a streaming or tree-based API, and find out which APIs are compatible with Android. Plus, discover how to use both standard APIs that are included with the Java SE and EE distributions, such as DOM, SAX, and JAXB, and learn about popular open-source libraries such as JDOM and the Simple XML Serialization framework.IntermediateTechnologySoftware Development
Presentation Tips for Pitching to Investors0 hour(s) 29 minute(s) Landing a meeting with investors is a big opportunity—and a key test of your business. Investors ask tough questions. The answers can define your future. This course is all about preparing and delivering a rock-solid pitch that makes people want to invest in your company. Learn how to define the unique benefits of your product, describe your business model, and tell the story of your “why.” Instructor Jessica Chen—a public speaking and media relations consultant—then introduces tips for the actual presentation, including responding to your audience, answering questions, and being authentic. She leaves you with a final pitch checklist that will ensure you have all the elements of your pitch nailed down before the big day.BeginnerBusinessLeadership and Management, Professional Development
Capture One Pro 11 Essential Training4 hour(s) 0 minute(s) Capture One Pro is a complete digital management and editing application for professional photographers and serious enthusiasts. Key features include outstanding RAW processing, digital asset management, a complete set of global editing tools, layers, localized adjustments, lens corrections, multiple export options, customizable workspaces, and much more. In this course, professional photographer and instructor Derrick Story helps you learn the basics of Capture One Pro quickly, and then takes you deeper into the application to master its finer points. For seasoned users, Derrick also covers the new features in version 11, and shares many of his best practices to help make your workflow as efficient as possible.BeginnerCreativePhotography
Learning Photoshop Color Correction4 hour(s) 9 minute(s) Photoshop Color Correction is a series designed to help you understand how color works in digital images, and acquire the skills you need to correct color and make creative image adjustments in a variety of scenarios. This is the foundation of the series. Start here to learn how to use channels and histograms to identify problem areas, apply adjustments such as Curves and White Balance, and make edits that change the entire mood of an image. Taz Tally takes you between Adobe Bridge, Photoshop, and Camera Raw, making sure you get the most power from each tool in the workflow. Future follow-up courses will be project-based "quick wins," but you can return here at any time to revisit the basics.BeginnerCreativePhotography
The Digital Transformation of Learning0 hour(s) 48 minute(s) Explore how to switch your training strategy to digital, empowering employees to access training when they need it and where they need it. This course covers digital training options you can implement at your organization, including tools like videos, podcasts, wikis, forums, and mobile apps. Learn how to digitize your pre-existing offerings instructor-led training (ILT) resources. Find out how to leverage just-in-time learning content. Discover how to overcome common challenges with going digital. Get tips for how to pursue social and collaborative learning, perhaps via Yammer, Slack, or Microsoft Teams. Finally, learn how digital learning can be put into action by addressing concerns and partnering with leadership.BeginnerBusiness, TechnologyTraining and Education, Business Analysis and Strategy, Data Science
Learning Android Security1 hour(s) 5 minute(s) Keep the critical data on your smartphone or tablet safe and secure. Follow along with Dan Gookin as he demystifies common security terms and concepts for Android users, goes over security risks, and discusses what to do when a device is lost or stolen. Dan explains how to protect passwords on a device, back up your data, disable photo uploads, and protect devices from malware. Plus, he shares how to keep online accounts safe with strong passwords and other measures.BeginnerBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Business Software and Tools
Objectified2 hour(s) 9 minute(s) On an average day, each of us uses hundreds of objects. (Don't believe it? Start counting: alarm clock, light switch, faucet, shampoo bottle, toothbrush, razor…) But who makes all these things, and why do they look and feel the way they do? How can good design make objects, and our lives, better? Objectified is a documentary about industrial design; it's about the manufactured objects we surround ourselves with, and the people who make them. Gary Hustwit, the director of Helvetica, talks with Dieter Rams, Marc Newson, Jonathan Ive, and other renowned designers behind some of the world's most iconic products. is proud to offer this film to our members, along with over one hour of online-exclusive bonus movies.CreativeProduct and Manufacturing, Visualization and Real-Time, AEC
Photoshop for Designers: Practical 3D Designs1 hour(s) 25 minute(s) 3D is the new "drop shadow"—sometimes overused, but in the right place it can make a dramatic difference in a design. Learn how to use Adobe Photoshop to create 3D elements for commercial design work, in this course with senior graphic design instructor Justin Seeley. These hands-on techniques are for designers who want to add some 3D elements that will take their work to the next level, without going overboard. Justin walks through three projects—an advertisement, a product shot, and a logo—adding the kind of 3D details that make images and text pop off a page or presentation.IntermediateCreativeAnimation and Illustration
Revit 2018: Essential Training for Structure5 hour(s) 56 minute(s) Revit 2018 is a great program for structural engineering, offering cutting-edge tools for creating design alternatives, building simulations, and publishing clear, easy-to-share documentation. This training course focuses on the major components of Revit used for structural design and is designed for the user who prefers to work in imperial units (inches and feet). Starting with referencing an architectural model, you'll learn how to add foundations, rebar, and framing; set up views and drawings; model slabs and trusses; and build a whole lot more. This course is designed for members with no Revit experience, or for more advanced users who want to jump to a topic and start from there. Either way, this comprehensive course will teach you what you need to know to be dangerous in Revit structure.BeginnerCreativeAEC
Presto esencial2 hour(s) 35 minute(s) Con Presto podemos generar presupuestos económicos de cualquier tipo de proyecto; en este curso, aprenderemos desde cero tanto los conceptos básicos y las notaciones generales, como procedimientos más avanzados de operación entre mediciones y organización general de un presupuesto. Además, utilizaremos todos los recursos que Presto pone a nuestra disposición en la fase de proyecto, con la generación de informes básicos y personalizados, como en la fase de construcción, puediendo documentar cada una de las certificaciones de obra.
Final Cut Pro X Guru: Keyboard Shortcuts1 hour(s) 37 minute(s) Most professionals agree that one way to become more efficient with an editing program is to learn and use keyboard shortcuts. Final Cut Pro X is no exception to this rule. It has a wide range of keyboard shortcuts that can speed up many tasks and workflows, and options for tailoring keyboard shortcuts to the way you work. This course will focus on the most essential keyboard shortcuts for working with metadata, navigating in the timeline, and editing footage, as well as methods for customizing shortcuts with Final Cut's Command Editor.BeginnerCreativeVideo
UX Research Methods: Card Sorting0 hour(s) 40 minute(s) Get an in-depth introduction to card sorting, a UX research technique that helps you understand how users categorize information. By using card sort results to inform your designs, you can create websites or products that are intuitive and easy to navigate. In this course, Amanda Stockwell helps you grasp the fundamentals of planning, executing, and analyzing a card sort. After providing an overview of this UX research technique and going into the different types of card sorting, Amanda shows how to prepare your content to ensure that you get the best card sort results. She also covers finding, selecting, and screening participants, running sessions, analyzing data, and sharing your results.IntermediateCreativeUser Experience
Amazon Web Services: Controlling Cost2 hour(s) 31 minute(s) Learn how to use Amazon Web Services (AWS) tools and best practices to understand, forecast, and control service costs. This course covers core AWS tools, such as CloudWatch billing alarms, consolidated billing with AWS Organizations, and the AWS billing dashboard tools. Instructor Lynn Langit shows how to control costs through key services, such as EC2, S3, RDS, and more. She also goes over how to best leverage third-party tools, and reviews architectural decisions related to cost control drawn from her own professional experiences.IntermediateTechnologyCloud Computing, Network and System Administration
Aprende Slack1 hour(s) 54 minute(s) El objetivo de Slack es ser una herramienta de comunicación eficaz entre los miembros de un equipo y en este curso aprenderás que gracias a Slack la comunicación entre colegas y grupos de trabajo puede ser más eficaz. Reduce los tiempos muertos y mejora la productividad sin mayor esfuerzo y sin perder el tiempo en la rutina de emails, llamadas e informes de última hora.
Undeveloped WWII Film Discovered0 hour(s) 11 minute(s) Found film offers unique insights into the past, but only if it is carefully preserved. The Rescued Film Project, founded by Levi Bettweiser, is an archive of images that were captured on film between the 1930s and early 2000s. Each image in the archive was rescued from undeveloped rolls of film found in locations all over the world. In this short documentary, Levi processes and restores thirty-one rolls of vintage film shot over seventy years ago by a World War II soldier. Working with vintage film poses special challenges, but Levi carefully catalogues and develops all the rolls in his at-home processing lab, as the story of this one unknown soldier emerges.CreativePhotography
Artificial Intelligence Foundations: Neural Networks1 hour(s) 16 minute(s) An artificial neural network uses the human brain as inspiration for creating a complex machine learning system. There are now neural networks that can classify millions of sounds, videos, and images. These machines can answer our questions, understand our behaviors, and even drive our cars. The network looks for subtle patterns in our data and then fine-tunes itself to improve over time. They can become experts in predicting our behavior, learning our languages, and finding new discoveries. In this course, instructor Doug Rose provides an overview of artificial neural networks, explaining what they are and how you can use them for your machine learning challenges. Discover ways that you can use this technology to do fascinating new things for your projects or your business.BeginnerTechnologyContinuing Education (CEU), Data Science
Excel 2016: Power Pivot3 hour(s) 27 minute(s) Aprende a trabajar con Power Pivot en tus libros de Microsoft Excel 2016. Si partes desde un nivel inicial, con este curso lograrás, paso a paso, alcanzar un nivel alto. Aprenderás a desplazarte por esta nueva interfaz y a obtener datos para empezar a trabajar, para después ir asimilando las utilidades relacionadas con los cálculos, el lenguaje DAX y las tablas dinámicas. También te enseñaremos a definir y crear indicadores clave (KPI) y muchas de las demás opciones de Power Pivot.
Smarter Cities: Using Data to Drive Urban Innovation0 hour(s) 58 minute(s) By 2050, over 70% of us will live in cities. But are our cities ready? Today, cities face challenges such as aging infrastructure, inadequate transportation, and inefficient bureaucratic processes. We must rethink how cities operate and deliver services, and turn to digital tools, data, and intelligent connected systems. Our cities must grow smarter—and we're going to need a whole new generation of people with entirely new skills to help. Find out where the best opportunities are for making a meaningful difference. This course is designed to introduce those with an interest in the future of cities to the idea of urban innovation. Top Chief Information Officer (CIO) Dr. Jonathan Reichental introduces the roles and skills needed to enter in this exciting new field. He illustrates the concepts using examples from successful smart cities across the globe. If you want to understand how you can begin or advance a career in this area, or are simply interested in the future of your community, then this is the right introductory course for you.Business, TechnologyBusiness Analysis and Strategy, Leadership and Management, Database Management, Data Science
Photoshop for Designers: Working with Bridge1 hour(s) 31 minute(s) Photoshop for Designers shows how to leverage the best features in Photoshop for your design work. This installment focuses on Adobe Bridge, a versatile asset management tool that's tightly integrated into the Photoshop workflow. Bridge helps you organize your images, batch process photos, and nondestructively edit raw, TIF, and JPEG files via Adobe Camera Raw. Follow along with Nigel French as he guides you through the many useful features in this important tool. Find out how to organize, rate, and find your favorite images; create collections; build panoramas, HDR composites, and slideshows; and batch rename files. Nigel also shows how to edit images in Camera Raw and access custom Develop settings straight from Bridge.IntermediateCreativePhotography
Mastering Web Developer Interview Code8 hour(s) 40 minute(s) Whether you're actively looking for a new job, or you just want to keep your coding skills sharp, it's important to refresh your understanding of the kinds of front-end and full-stack developer code that potential employers value. In this series, senior staff author explores essential coding skills that every developer should have in their toolkit. In addition to taking you through a series of brief, practical exercises, this course includes interviews with hiring managers and industry professionals that can help demystify the interview process for web developers, and provide you with examples of how others in the field have navigated their careers.IntermediateTechnologyWeb Development
Creating Painted Metal in Substance Designer1 hour(s) 5 minute(s) Walk through the creation of a fully procedural "painted metal" material in Substance Designer. The finished material can be output as either a set of finished bitmaps or an easy-to-use and highly configurable Substance package, which can be used in offline render engines such as mental ray and V-Ray or real-time engines such as Unreal Engine and Unity. Joel Bradley has designed this set of tutorials to take you from start to finish, from creating the details and diffuse coloration, to building depth and texture with normal and roughness maps, to adding the final touches that will allow the material to be fully customized by future texture artists.IntermediateCreativeVisualization and Real-Time, Animation and Illustration
Dreamweaver CC: Responsive Design with Bootstrap 42 hour(s) 34 minute(s) Dreamweaver CC—coupled with Bootstrap 4—makes it easier for design-minded professionals to build websites that look great on desktops and mobile devices alike. In this course, learn how to efficiently build responsive web pages using Dreamweaver CC and Bootstrap, the popular HTML, CSS, and JavaScript framework. Instructor David Powers demonstrates how to define a Bootstrap layout grid, insert a navigation bar, add a hero image, and resize, offset, duplicate, and copy Bootstrap columns. Plus, he covers how to edit Bootstrap components such as cards and carousels.IntermediateCreativeWeb Design
Novedades Character Animator CC 20180 hour(s) 50 minute(s) Adobe Character Animator pierde su denominación beta y se convierte en Character Animator CC. Descubre en este curso las novedades que Adobe ha incorporado ahora que ha dejado de ser una aplicación que se instala automáticamente con Adobe After Effects para pasar a ser totalmente independiente, instalada desde la aplicación de Creative Cloud de escritorio. Aprende en este curso cómo hacer aún más sencillo el proceso de animar un personaje, mejorando los comportamientos de animación en tiempo real y qué eventos que podemos lanzar mediante teclado.
The Courage Habit (getAbstract Summary)0 hour(s) 13 minute(s) Turn courage into a habit: Learn how to accept your fears, release the past, and embrace life to the fullest with the tips from this audio-only summary of Kate Swoboda’s powerful book. Swoboda, director of the Courageous Living Coach Certification program, shares her journey and those of numerous clients to help you overcome the fear that stops you from living your dreams. Swoboda doesn’t repeat aphorisms or wave magic wands; she focuses on long-term, daily work. getAbstract summarizes the most applicable, practical techniques from her book so you can use them to strengthen your self-awareness and relationships. Managers, leaders, and employees at every level can use her insights to challenge, understand, and overcome their own self-doubt, fears, and limitations. This audiobook summary was created by getAbstract, the world’s largest provider of business book summaries. We are pleased to offer this training in our library.BusinessLeadership and Management, Business Analysis and Strategy, Professional Development
Designing a Replacement Part using 3D printing0 hour(s) 55 minute(s) Creating replacement parts for household appliances and furniture (like a broken oven knob or draw pull) is a great use of desktop 3D printers. In this short project course, author Kacie Hultgren takes us through the four steps needed to design and ultimately print a replacement part with your 3D printer: sketching your ideas on paper, translating notes into a digital design with a CAD program, testing the print, and then revising and improving on your model. Start now and learn to create replacement parts that are almost as good as the original.IntermediateCreativeProduct and Manufacturing
Using Customer Surveys to Improve Service0 hour(s) 52 minute(s) Customer surveys are rich sources of information and essential guides to areas where customer service teams can improve their focus. In this course, Jeff Toister provides step-by-step instructions for designing and implementing effective surveys and analyzing the results. He'll give you tips on increasing response rates, writing effective questions, and turning the data into actions that can improve service quality.IntermediateBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Customer Service, Professional Development, Leadership and Management, Small Business and Entrepreneurship
AutoCAD Tips, Tricks, & Industry Secrets3 hour(s) 48 minute(s) In AutoCAD 2011: Tips, Tricks, and Industry Secrets, Jeff Bartels shows AutoCAD users how to become more efficient power users, reducing the amount of time it takes to accomplish a task, increasing profit margins, and strengthening marketplace competitiveness. The course covers everything from shortcuts used in geometry creation, to program customization, to real world solutions to common problems. Interface customization, block and reference management skills, and express tool usage are also covered. Exercise files are included with the course.IntermediateCreativeAEC, Visualization and Real-Time, Product and Manufacturing, Animation and Illustration
Using Entity Framework Core with Legacy Databases1 hour(s) 30 minute(s) Not every development project starts from scratch. Often, you're rewriting applications to take advantage of different data sources, or to make connections to legacy data in more efficient ways. Entity Framework (EF) Core plays extremely well with existing databases, and it can generate some of the data-access code for you automatically. Using the practical techniques shown in this course, you can use EF Core with existing relational databases, and modify the generated code as necessary. Richard Goforth shows how to connect to a database, scaffold a model from it, and begin improving on that model. He uses shadow properties, concurrency tokens, and other techniques to best map a database to an application. No matter how untidy your tables and fields, EF Core will help you write clean, cross-platform code that is easy to maintain in the long run.IntermediateTechnologySoftware Development, Database Management, Web Development
Aprende LinkedIn Sponsored InMail0 hour(s) 30 minute(s) Alcanza a tu público objetivo directamente en su bandeja de entrada con las campañas de InMail, gracias a la plataforma de LinkedIn Ads. Aprende, con este curso, todas las claves para redactar mensajes efectivos y el paso a paso necesario para crear campañas patrocinadas con InMail.
Substance B2M1 hour(s) 47 minute(s) The Bitmap2Material (B2M) application from Allegorithmic gives you the ability to generate physically-based rendering (PBR) maps from a single source image. In this course, learn how to effectively use this software to enhance your PBR workflow. Joel Bradley kicks off the course by showing how to navigate the B2M UI. Next, he shows how to work with B2M in Substance Designer. He also covers how to use the global controls, change the colors in an input bitmap, tweak the base color, generate ambient occlusion, and more.IntermediateCreativeVisualization and Real-Time
Design an Italic Typeface2 hour(s) 48 minute(s) The key to a cohesive font family is the right balance of similarity and difference among fonts. When designing italics, it is most efficient to start with the existing roman font and introduce differences: a 10- to 20-degree slant, slightly more condensed spacing, more fluid serifs, and so on. In this course, instructor Charles Nix takes you through the entire process of designing an italic typeface, building from an upright roman script to the italic form. He shows how to create capital and lowercase characters, as well as punctuation, while examining aspects such as slant, stem width, serif shape, and other fundamental differences between the roman and italic forms. Once the font is complete, he refines it with spacing and kerning, and introduces strategies for generating and testing the final font files. He also offers valuable resources for further exploration of italic typeface and typography in general.IntermediateCreativeAnimation and Illustration, Motion Graphics and VFX, Graphic Design
Construction Industry: Productivity0 hour(s) 48 minute(s) Digital workflows in construction open up opportunities for great leaps in productivity—but these are other factors that impact your efficiency. In this course, learn how safety, quality, and productivity are linked in the world of construction. Explore a collection of tips, tricks, and techniques for improving productivity by focusing on reliability and having the right information available when it's needed. Instructor Jim Rogers also explains how construction can catch up with industries like manufacturing by reducing time between activities and optimizing efficiency at the worker level.BeginnerCreative, BusinessAEC, Project Management
Unity: Scripting with C#1 hour(s) 19 minute(s) Unity games can be scripted in several languages, but the most popular and powerful choice is C#. In this course, game development engineer Kelley Hecker walks through the process of creating and attaching C# scripts to your game objects in order to customize their appearance and control their behavior. The course includes an in-depth exploration of the MonoDevelop scripting environment; MonoBehaviour, the base class for almost every script; and Unity's built-in classes, which prime your scripts for success. Plus, get an introduction to using the singleton pattern to manage game states and using events to respond to user input (for example, to deal damage when a player makes a mistake).IntermediateTechnologySoftware Development
Video Interview Tips0 hour(s) 24 minute(s) Video interviews are an important part of today's recruiting process. Love them or hate them, they're not going away. This course teaches job seekers like you how to ace your next video interview. Learn why companies use video interviews and the difference between one-way and interactive video interviews. Instructor Jenny Foss—of the popular career site—also shows how to set up your environment and leverage the technology to put your best foot forward. Plus, find out how to practice for a video interview before the big day, so you’re comfortable and confident in front of the camera.BusinessCareer Development
Leading through Relationships0 hour(s) 48 minute(s) As you move from functional expertise into leadership, your focus shifts from working directly on tasks to overseeing the work of other people. Leaders who successfully make this jump most often do so by building effective relationships with individuals at multiple levels in their organization. In this course, Simon T. Bailey details how to lead through relationships, sharing strategies that can help you connect with your employees, manage team conflict, and establish buy-in with other leaders. Learn how to create a culture of insiders, lead others through change and conflict, encourage meaningful communication and collaboration, and more.IntermediateBusinessProfessional Development, Leadership and Management
AWS for Developers: DynamoDB1 hour(s) 26 minute(s) DynamoDB is a fully managed NoSQL database solution hosted on the AWS cloud. It allows developers quickly scale to support millions of requests without having to worry about provisioning, clustering, patching, and replication. DynamoDB is also known for being an ideal solution for web APIs due to its robust support of JSON. In this course, learn how to leverage this solution so you can reap the high-performance benefits. Robby Millsap covers planning, database fundamentals, coding, and support. He takes you through the process of modeling data, creating tables, using Node.js, indexing, fetching, searching, scanning, querying, authentication, monitoring, and more.IntermediateTechnologyCloud Computing
Desarrollo de videojuegos: Primeros pasos1 hour(s) 7 minute(s) Los videojuegos no solo tienen relevancia en el mundo de los gamers o aficionados a los videojuegos, sino también en todo el mundo digital. Muchas empresas, agencias de publicidad o casas de desarrollo de software apuestan por la creación de videojuegos, con el objetivo de crear sus propios videojuegos. En este curso vamos a transmitirte el conocimiento sobre la industria de los videojuegos con referentes, conceptos básicos, historia, usos y plataformas, para tener unos conocimientos fundamentales que nos ayuden y guíen en este mundo y nuestras creaciones.
Practical Software-Defined Networking: 3 Learning Mininet0 hour(s) 51 minute(s) Mininet is a virtual network emulator that supports testing, research, debugging, and other essential tasks. It can also help you experiment with—and, in turn, wrap your head around—software-defined networking and OpenFlow, a network communications protocol. In this course, learn how to get started with Mininet. Explore key Mininet commands—including sudo mn—and learn how to start a web server on a Mininet host. In addition, explore Mininet topologies and learn how to bridge Mininet to the outside world. Note: This course uses GNS3 for all demonstrations.BeginnerTechnologyNetwork and System Administration
Aprende Skype Empresarial0 hour(s) 55 minute(s) Skype para empresa es una versión especial de Skype integrada dentro de Office 365 y que permite simplificar la infraestructura con una sola plataforma para llamadas, conferencias, vídeos y uso compartido. En este curso conocerás las reuniones de Skype, que proporcionan audio, vídeo en alta resolución y conferencias web en internet. Descubrirás las capacidades de Skype desde smartphones, tabletas, equipos, teléfonos y dispositivos de sala de reuniones. Aprende cómo un equipo de trabajo dispone de una forma de comunicación cara a cara, no solo entre dos personas, sino en grandes equipos independientemente de la plataforma que estén utilizando: Windows, Mac, iOS o Android.
Blender: Modelado orgánico3 hour(s) 35 minute(s) Cuando modelamos un personaje 3D para que más adelante sea animado, necesitamos que los polígonos estén dispuestos de forma que las deformaciones producidas por la animación se produzcan de manera natural. El objetivo de este curso es enseñarte la técnica de modelado por loops, para que los modelos 3D de los personajes que crees estén perfectamente preparados para ser animados posteriormente, y que tu trabajo de modelado se integre correctamente en el pipeline 3D de cualquier producción.
Incrementar el compromiso con los programas de aprendizaje electrónico1 hour(s) 30 minute(s) Aprende a implementar programas de aprendizaje en las empresas y a motivar a los asistentes en el uso de las herramientas que proporcionas. Logra, con este curso, incrementar el compromiso de tus colaboradores para que ellos consigan un desarrollo efectivo en sus conocimientos y tú alcances el éxito en tu programa de capacitación.
Learning Songwriting: Reason2 hour(s) 13 minute(s) Get your song ideas down before they disappear‚ with Reason. In this short course, musician Matt Piper demonstrates two types of workflows for writing, recording, and mixing a song: one to get your demo ideas recorded fast, and another to polish your songs for presentation to partners, publishers, and record labels. He starts from an empty Reason project, recording a scratch track and finding the best tempo for the new song idea. Then he creates a beat, lays down additional tracks, and adds effects. Next Matt shows techniques for editing the tracks and mixing the tracks using effects like EQ, compression, reverb and delay. Finally, he shows how to bounce down the track and share it with the world.BeginnerCreativeAudio and Music
SharePoint 2016: Managing Large Lists1 hour(s) 18 minute(s) Customization can increase the speed and efficiency of SharePoint users with large libraries of documents and lists. In this course, Gini von Courter shows how to optimize SharePoint when libraries and lists become too long for practical use. Learn how to use indexes and folders; filter lists with dynamic views; and load data faster with item limits and groups. Gini also shares three different strategies for using Access and Excel to work with list data outside of SharePoint. These are not only programmatic changes but also best practices for managing large libraries of content, which will help you become a better SharePoint user and admin.IntermediateBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Business Software and Tools
Cert Prep: Outlook Associate - Microsoft Office Specialist for Office 2019 and Office 3652 hour(s) 29 minute(s) Demonstrate your knowledge of Outlook by becoming a Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS). Get training to prepare for the MOS Outlook Associate certification exam for Office 2019 and Office 365 (MO-400). This course, created by Certified MOS Master Instructor Megan Bross, helps you prepare for the four main areas of the exam: managing the Outlook environment for productivity, managing messages, managing schedules, and managing contacts and groups. The course includes an overview of the MOS certification program, its costs, and all the exam objectives. Follow along with the downloadable sample files. Then take the full-length practice test at the end of the course to test your skills and speed.IntermediateBusinessBusiness Software and Tools
Turning Yourself into a Zombie in Photoshop1 hour(s) 43 minute(s) Zombies are the most clichéd monsters on the planet, but somehow we still love the idea of being chased by the undead. With Adobe Photoshop, it's easy to turn photos of friends, family, or yourself into a zombie nightmare come true. Creature creator Rayce Bird, the winner of Face Off, shows how to take a normal portrait and turn it into a hideously frightening zombie with Photoshop. He starts at the very beginning: finding the right image to zombify. He then shifts to "preparing the canvas," where he makes some initial adjustments to get the image going in the right scary direction. From there, it's all about the details, including teeth, veins, bone, blood, color correction, and the proper lighting. In the end, members will have a perfectly horrific zombie version of themselves.IntermediateCreativeAnimation and Illustration, Graphic Design
VMware vSphere: Upgrade a Deployment to vSphere 6.51 hour(s) 59 minute(s) Upgrading a vSphere deployment is a key skill for any network administrator. In this course, VMware expert Russell Long shows how to tackle the upgrade process, focusing on some of the VMware Certified Professional 6: Data Center Virtualization (VCP6-DCV) exam topics along the way. Russell starts by reviewing necessary prerequisites and the options needed to upgrade the ESXi host and virtual machine. Next, he looks at how to use the Update Manager feature to perform the same updates. Plus, he shows how to upgrade other ESXi components, including tools, hardware, datastores, and a vSphere Distributed Switch. To wrap up the course, Russell walks through the steps of upgrading vCenter Server.IntermediateTechnologyNetwork and System Administration
Neil Blumenthal on Branding0 hour(s) 10 minute(s) Think about your favorite brand. What's their story? What do they do? What do they stand for? In six short years, Warby Parker has defined itself as one of the most successful new American brands. Here, LinkedIn Influencer Neil Blumenthal shares his perspective on branding, and building companies and products in a brand-centric manner. He explains how he and cofounder and co-CEO, Dave Gilboa, run a company whose story and values play into everything from design and marketing to managing customer relationships and hiring talent.Creative, BusinessGraphic Design, Marketing
Visual Studio Essential Training: 06 Debug and Troubleshoot Code3 hour(s) 16 minute(s) Learn to find and resolve the bugs in your code with the powerful debugging tools in Visual Studio 2015. Walt Ritscher first introduces the philosophy behind debugging, including common debug scenarios and defect categories, and then shows how to put Visual Studio's debugging tools to work on your code. Learn how to step through code, work with exceptions, dive deeper into variables with DataTips and visualizers, and use Watch, Intermediate, and Diagnostics windows to evaluate code and the performance of your application. The course closes with a chapter where Walt puts the tools together to debug different types of applications, including console, desktop, web, and mobile apps.BeginnerTechnologySoftware Development
SharePoint for Enterprise: Create Web Surveys0 hour(s) 52 minute(s) Learn how to create, stylize, and distribute web surveys through SharePoint. Gini con Vourter starts by demonstrating how to create a web survey, then enhance it with sequencing and branching logic. Then, she shows how to test the survey to ensure it is ready for use. Next, she explains how to distribute the survey to recipients and monitor engagement. Lastly, she covers how to export survey responses in a report that can be analyzed in Excel.IntermediateBusinessBusiness Software and Tools
Creating Dreamscapes in Photoshop: 23 hour(s) 47 minute(s) Learn how to create artwork with Adobe Photoshop—no fine art skill required—and turn the ordinary into extraordinary. Author and illustrator Bert Monroy takes an unexciting photo and transforms it into an amazing dream sequence by combining it with other photos and techniques. This installment shows you how to fill your scenes with imaginary creatures, stormy weather, ancient ruins, and more. His process touches on compositing, digital painting, masking, and other key image editing techniques. All you need is Photoshop, some images that could use a boost, and your imagination! Check out the original Bert Monroy: Dreamscapes Volume 1 for more inventive illustrative techniques.IntermediateCreativeAnimation and Illustration
Working with Prehire Assessments0 hour(s) 24 minute(s) The ability to evaluate a candidate’s future performance in a particular job role is an invaluable skill. It can be the difference between hiring a rockstar employee and one that doesn’t stick around. Companies are moving more towards this type of data analysis, and it's cementing itself as a critical HR function. Learn how to conduct accurate and fair prehire assessments in this course with HR expert Gabrielle Parente-Neubert. Gabrielle uses the latest research and real-world examples to explain the pros, cons, and legal risks of prehire assessments. She then reviews the most popular types of assessments, from personality tests to cognitive and physical exams, and helps address any changes you might encounter implementing prehire assessments at your company or organization.IntermediateBusinessHuman Resources
Creating Accessible PDFs4 hour(s) 47 minute(s) Accessibility means making sure your content is available to as many people as possible. When you make your PDFs accessible, it means adding tags, bookmarks, alt text, and other information that makes the files readable and navigable to users who are visually or mobility impaired. Using the latest versions of Adobe Acrobat DC, Microsoft Word, and Adobe InDesign, it's now much easier to create valid, accessible PDFs. In this course—completely revised for 2018—Chad Chelius shows how to take an existing PDF file and remediate it for users of assistive software. He then introduces two workflows for creating accessible PDFs from scratch—one in Word and one in InDesign—with some special considerations for Excel and PowerPoint. Along the way, he offers techniques, tips, and tricks to make accessibility easy to incorporate in every document you publish.IntermediateCreativeGraphic Design
Portrait Photography: Sports Portraits1 hour(s) 56 minute(s) How do you synthesize years of dedication and hours of practice in a single photograph? Watch this course to learn how to create sports portraits that capture the prowess and competitive spirits of athletes, young and old. Robert Vanelli shows how to light, shoot, and edit sport portraits with an "edgy" look, using a portable studio setup that produces dramatic harsh lighting, and how to stylize a shoot, integrating props like gear and team uniforms. He also shares tips for eliciting emotion from the athlete, and case studies from his experiences shooting cross-country runners and lacrosse players. The course wraps up with some post-processing techniques for portraits and action shots, as well as a trick for compositing images of individual players into a team shot with Lightroom and Photoshop.IntermediateCreativePhotography
Cómo desarrollar la inteligencia intercultural1 hour(s) 13 minute(s) Saber trabajar con varias culturas es una habilidad cada vez más necesaria para los empleados. La experta en comunicación Tatiana Kolovou te ayuda a desarrollar la inteligencia intercultural, necesaria para manejar las diferencias que existen entre culturas. En este curso, Tatiana describe las seis áreas principales de las diferencias de cultura y resalta la disparidad entre las culturas de contexto alto y las culturas de contexto bajo. Cuando sepas reconocerlas, también podrás extraer información de las señales visuales y no visuales para responder eficazmente. El curso concluye con dos situaciones hipotéticas que te muestran cómo aplicar los principios de la inteligencia multicultural.
Angular: API Communication and Authentication1 hour(s) 41 minute(s) APIs are at the heart of enterprise development, and Angular ships with robust services to communicate with them via HTTP. But one of the best ways to implement authentication of API services is using JWTs (JSON web tokens). In this course, we take a deep dive into using the provided $http service in Angular to create a robust and reusable API service implementing JWT authentication. Instructor Victor Mejia also covers how to use an Angular router to protect client-side routes and unit test services, HTTP requests, and async actions. All these concepts are demonstrated using a realistic contact management application, so you can see how API calls and user authentication are implemented in a real-world Angular app.IntermediateTechnologyWeb Development
MATLAB 2018 Essential Training3 hour(s) 15 minute(s) Learn how to analyze data using one of the most powerful statistical software packages available: MATLAB 2018. MATLAB is a highly useful tool for complex computation as it allows high-order calculations and analysis in matrices. In fact, it treats all of its data as vectors and matrices, so the course starts with a basic linear algebra tutorial outside of the program before describing essential analytical skills performed using MATLAB. Instructor Curt Frye covers creating MATLAB scripts, accepting user input, extending MATLAB with user-defined functions, controlling flow with conditional logic and loops, managing text strings and other data structures like numbers, performing advanced plotting, and summarizing data using statistical analysis functions. By the end of the course, data scientists such as engineers and economist should be able to effectively use MATLAB for numerical analysis, data modeling, and data visualization.IntermediateTechnology, BusinessData Science, Business Software and Tools, Business Analysis and Strategy
Design Thinking: Implementing the Process0 hour(s) 46 minute(s) Design thinking may be the answer to all your product design challenges. It can help you save time and find more creative solutions to your customer needs. But it takes a good plan and team buy-in to get started. Learn how to implement a design thinking process at your company, with this practical guide from user experience expert Chris Nodder. Follow along with a sample project—a trail maintenance app—as it goes through a one-week design thinking process. Watch the development team use design thinking to turn new ideas into a testable concept and full-featured product. Along the way, you'll learn who should be involved, what activities you need to perform, and how to observe users, come up with great ideas, test solutions with prototypes, and plan development. Plus, discover how to avoid the common issues that can get in the way of a successful design thinking session, and the traps that people fall into when using the process for the first time.BeginnerBusiness, CreativeProfessional Development, Graphic Design, User Experience
IT Security Foundations: Operating System Security1 hour(s) 38 minute(s) The operating system is where many attacks are targeted, which makes OS-level security just as important to your organization as network security. OS security is also a key component of the Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) Security Fundamentals exam (98-367). In this course, instructor Lisa Bock details what’s actually involved in securing an operating system. Lisa reviews user authentication, the structure of Active Directory, and how to assign permissions and create audit policies. In addition, she covers various cryptographic techniques, as well as how to protect servers and email.BeginnerTechnologySecurity
Learning PC Maintenance and Performance0 hour(s) 51 minute(s) PC maintenance and performance go hand in hand; when you correctly maintain your computer, you usually see a corresponding boost in performance. Happily, basic computer maintenance tasks are simple enough for anyone to accomplish. This course teaches the elemental skills related to PC maintenance. It's a good, thorough background for anyone who works with Windows-based computers. Dan Gookin helps you configure simple settings to make sure your system is running at its peak, including Windows security settings, backup and recovery options, and updates. Plus, learn how to make everything run faster and smoother by identifying resource hogs and using tools like ReadyBoost for external caching.BeginnerTechnologyIT Help Desk, Continuing Education (CEU)
InDesign CC: Producción de documentos para impresión2 hour(s) 44 minute(s) Para muchos diseñadores enviar un trabajo a una imprenta comercial es un proceso misterioso de prueba y error. Lamentablemente, esto resulta en trabajos muy costosos y en malas experiencias, tanto para el diseñador como para su cliente o jefe. En este curso especializado aprenderás lo que necesitas saber para administrar un trabajo de impresión con eficiencia.
Coaching Skills for Leaders and Managers0 hour(s) 34 minute(s) Leaders who provide targeted, ongoing coaching to their employees can strengthen their team and add value to their organization. In this course, leadership expert Sara Canaday shares the differences between managing, training, and coaching, and provides managers with coaching models and skills to support the development and growth of their employees. Sara presents the business case for coaching, explores common coaching challenges, and explains how to provide feedback and set goals.IntermediateBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Professional Development, Leadership and Management
Marketing on LinkedIn0 hour(s) 51 minute(s) LinkedIn is more than just a platform for you to showcase your own professional achievements and updates. With over 500 million members, LinkedIn is also a hugely valuable space for business owners to maximize their exposure and reach, as well as spark new sales conversations with professionals of all stripes. In this course, join instructor Marcus Murphy as he shows how to market your small, medium, or solo business on LinkedIn. Get tips for sprucing up your personal profile; building an effective company page that’s optimized for search; creating a smart content strategy; crafting high-quality, sharable posts; and more.BeginnerBusinessMarketing
Teaching Techniques: Creating Multimedia Learning0 hour(s) 56 minute(s) Students need an education that prepares them to be successful in an ever-changing technical world. Teachers can help by transforming their lessons into digital student resources. This course shows educators how to move content into interactive and engaging multimedia presentations for differentiated and flipped learning. Elearning expert Renaldo Lawrence takes a typical lecture-style lesson and breaks down which parts can be transformed into a multimedia project. Renaldo then guides educators through rewriting lesson plans and goals, creating video and audio assets, publishing the project online, and incorporating the new multimedia curriculum into the classroom.IntermediateBusinessTraining and Education
Project Management: Government Projects1 hour(s) 6 minute(s) Want to transition from managing corporate projects to government project management? Learn the nuances of managing government projects—a subset of project management with tougher deadlines, tighter budgets, and stricter requirements. Certified PMP® Oliver Yarbrough reviews the government project lifecycle from obtaining a government contract to executing the project and ultimately closing it out. Learn the best practices and terminology for working with the government, including documentation such as subsidiary plans, RFPs, PWSs, and SOOs. Walk through the three phases of contract negotiation—pre-award, award, and post-award—and common challenges as well as solutions for bidding on government contracts and getting projects authorized.IntermediateBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Project Management
Java avanzado3 hour(s) 19 minute(s) Aprende conceptos avanzados de Java que normalmente son difíciles de asimilar, como clases genéricas, clases anónimas, o recursividad directa o indirecta. Mediante ejemplos prácticos y conociendo la lógica detrás de ellos, verás conceptos de la programación orientada a objetos, su funcionamiento e implementación correcta. Si ya sabes declarar variables, clases y objetos, y puedes usar métodos y crear interfaces, este curso te enseña a crear aplicaciones de manera profesional.
Editing Images Using Snapseed0 hour(s) 57 minute(s) When everyone has a smartphone, anyone can be a photographer. The hard part is editing photos to make them into something truly special. Snapseed is a free app that makes it easy to take and edit professional photos with your iOS or Android device. In this course, pro photographer Justin Reznick shows how Snapseed is used as an integral part of the mobile photography workflow. The first section discusses the Snapseed interface. Next is general editing with some of the commonly used tools: Curves, White Balance, Crop, and more. Justin then moves onto the advanced Snapseed tools, such as tonal contrast and perspective and expert tools such as selections and layers. The course wraps up with some tips for editing different types of photos—landscape, architecture, portrait, and black and white—from start to finish in Snapseed.CreativePhotography
After Effects Apprentice: 01 Pre-Roll0 hour(s) 29 minute(s) This short course is designed for those who have never used Adobe After Effects, or those who might need a refresher course on how it is laid out. Chris Meyer takes a whirlwind tour through the program, helping overcome the "blank canvas" fear that confronts many the first time they launch the program. It will serve as both an excellent introduction to the After Effects Apprentice series, as well as a preliminary overview for any new user before launching into their first tutorial or class. Exercise files for After Effects CS4 through CS6 are included with the course. After Effects Apprentice is created by Trish and Chris Meyer and designed to be used on their own and as a companion to their book After Effects Apprentice.BeginnerCreativeMotion Graphics and VFX
Outlook: Time Management with Calendar and Tasks1 hour(s) 1 minute(s) Learn how to use Outlook's robust calendar and task management features to better organize your work. Outlook expert Gini von Courter explains how to break down your to-do list and prioritize work—valuable time-management techniques that can serve you in any application—and then use different Outlook features to handle each type of task. She shows how to use the Outlook calendar to handle both business and personal schedules, from making appointments for yourself to creating meetings with others. She discusses the difference between Outlook tasks and to-do lists and explains how to create, delegate, and track tasks, as well as send status updates to task owners. She also explains how to use flags to provide visual reminders and add due dates to high-priority emails and tasks. Note: This course was recorded in Office 365, but anyone using a recent version of Outlook—including 2019, 2016, and some earlier versions—will be able to follow along.IntermediateBusinessBusiness Software and Tools
Learning SCORM and Tin Can API1 hour(s) 0 minute(s) SCORM, the Sharable Content Object Reference Model, integrates elearning content into learning management systems (LMSs), whether they're proprietary or purchased off the shelf, and is foundational knowledge for elearning creation. This course introduces the what, why, and how of SCORM, and the tools for creating SCORM-compliant content. Author David Rivers also covers the second generation of compliance integration, the Tin CAN API (aka the Experience API), which allows for learning events to be recorded and analyzed.BeginnerBusinessTraining and Education
Flight Club: Drones and the Dawn of Personal Aerial Imaging0 hour(s) 24 minute(s) New technologies lead to new creative outlets—and often to new careers. That's the case in the skies above us, where a diverse mix of photographers, videographers, and technologists are pushing the capabilities of compact quadcopters to new heights. Consider the members of Flight Club, an informal group of aerial imaging gurus. Their backgrounds are diverse, but their love of aerial imaging and cutting-edge technology brought them together to fly copters, share knowledge, and push boundaries. In this short documentary, Flight Club's aerial imaging pioneers share their stories and their passion for this emerging art form. See how sophisticated cameras and gimbals have made high-quality aerial imaging more accessible than ever, how cutting-edge software can convert quadcopter footage into 3D maps, and how aerial imaging can help educators incorporate art into STEM curricula. You'll meet members who have helped fuel the aerial revolution, including Russell Brown, creative director at Adobe Systems; Eric Cheng, who took his expertise at underwater photography to the skies; Barry Blanchard, a jeweler and lifelong technologist; and Mark Johnson, who creates forensic visualizations for the legal field. And you'll meet Romeo Durscher, who left a 13-year career at NASA to start an education program at DJI, the maker of the world's most popular quadcopters. These and other early adopters have helped bring about the new era of personal aerial imaging. This documentary celebrates both the tools and the spirit of lifelong learning and sharing that helps all new technologies grow and evolve.CreativePhotography
Final Cut Pro X esencial5 hour(s) 23 minute(s) Descubre el verdadero potencial de Final Cut Pro X. Aprende a usar la aplicación para montar vídeos de una forma rápida y divertida, a la vez que eficiente. Consigue, gracias a este curso, crear tus propias piezas audiovisuales completas, de calidad profesional, para cualquier situación.
Android App Development: Design Patterns for Mobile Architecture2 hour(s) 22 minute(s) Developers need to know how to manage an app's complexity. In this course, learn how to simplify your apps by applying simple architectural design patterns to your mobile code base. Discover how these design patterns can help you reduce bugs and maximize your development time by making your code easier to read and test. Jon Bott covers different architectural models such as MVC, MVP, and VIPER. In addition, he walks through the conversion process from MVC to a layered architecture, covering dependency injection, the coordinator pattern, and data binding.IntermediateTechnologyMobile Development
Learning Analog Efex Pro1 hour(s) 5 minute(s) Analog Efex Pro, part of the Nik Collection from Google, is focused on adding various film and wet plate effects, enabling you to import a sense of age and a unique look to any digital photo. In this course you'll learn all about the many creative effects you can apply in Analog Efex Pro, such as lens distortion, vignettes, bokeh, and imitated dust and scratches.BeginnerCreativePhotography
Cucumber Essential Training2 hour(s) 43 minute(s) Cucumber is a tool for behavior-driven development (BDD), which allows you to write assertions in plain language that are then testable by code. By making written requirements actually testable, it provides a common language between business and engineering professionals. In this course, learn how to use Cucumber to implement agile practices like BDD, test-driven development (TDD), and acceptance test-driven development (ATDD). Instructor Shashi Shekhar goes over the basics of BDD, TDD, and ATDD, and then dives into the Cucumber workflow. He also shows how to map user stories to features, add hooks, generate reports, and apply techniques to make BDD maintainable.IntermediateTechnologyDevOps, Software Development
Cómo dirigir a directivos con experiencia0 hour(s) 18 minute(s) Aprende a dirigir a directivos experimentados equilibrando la autoridad y la autonomía. La experta en liderazgo Sara Canaday nos da una guía para ayudarnos a entender la mentalidad de los líderes veteranos, establecer las expectativas y ofrecerles el apoyo apropiado para reforzar el comportamiento positivo, romper malos hábitos y aprender de su sabiduría. Como tienen experiencia, el objetivo es crear una atmósfera de colaboración que muestre respeto por sus logros anteriores.
Ricoh Theta Tips, Tricks, & Techniques1 hour(s) 16 minute(s) Take the virtual reality plunge! The Ricoh Theta is an inexpensive camera that makes it easy to shoot 360-degree immersive still photographs and video. In this course, photographer, author, and educator Ben Long shares some tips for using the Theta and getting the best results from it, including post-processing stills and video with your smartphone or on the desktop.IntermediateCreativeVideo, Photography
Be More Productive: Take Small Steps, Have Big Goals0 hour(s) 27 minute(s) Want to be more productive? Researchers tell us it’s the small stuff that leads to big changes over time. Learn how to develop a productivity regimen using time-tested strategies for making incremental but powerful changes: goal setting, habit formation, and honest self-assessment. This course brings together lessons from influencers like NBA champion Shane Battier and productivity expert Gretchen Rubin, who offer proven strategies for foundational behavioral change. Unlock your productivity with these tips and tricks for taking the small steps that lead to big transformations. This course includes videos from: Shane Battier, retired NBA player and ESPN commentator Dan Ariely, professor of psychology and behavioral economics at Duke University Charles Duhigg, Pulitzer Prize–winning investigative reporter for The New York Times Gretchen Rubin, bestselling author Carson Tate, author and productivity consultant Note: This course was produced by Big Think. We are pleased to host this content in our library.BeginnerBusinessProfessional Development
Salesforce: Working with Apps1 hour(s) 16 minute(s) Learn how to build apps for Salesforce and customize the CRM to the needs of your business—without programming a single line of code. In this course, Christopher Matthew Spencer shows how to use turnkey and custom Salesforce apps to streamline your business workflows. He reviews the pre-made apps, as well as techniques for building apps from scratch, integrating with data sets, and using apps for advanced analytics. Learn how to work with Visualforce components, set up quick actions, and upgrade apps to the latest form factor. Plus, get tips for testing apps for seamless deployment wherever your team members access Salesforce: desktop, tablet, or mobile devices.IntermediateBusinessBusiness Software and Tools, Customer Service, Sales
React: Building Progressive Web Apps (PWAs)0 hour(s) 50 minute(s) Single-page applications may be smooth, quick, and effective—but they disappear when the network connection drops. Progressive web apps (PWAs) work offline, enhancing resilience and allowing developers create seamless user experiences that feel like native apps. Learn how to build your own PWAs using React, the flexible front-end framework, in this course with Eve Porcello. Eve explains how to build the PWA component, fetch data, use Lighthouse to validate your app, and add offline capabilities to keep your app running even when the internet is down. Plus, learn how to install your app locally with browsers like Chrome and Safari for iOS.IntermediateTechnologyWeb Development
AutoCAD Customization for CAD Managers2 hour(s) 6 minute(s) Every company customizes Autodesk software at some level—especially AutoCAD. By standardizing the customizations, you can ensure that all your designers are using the same workspace and working in the most efficient way possible. Here Josh Modglin shows CAD managers how to customize the AutoCAD interface, preferences, templates, tool palettes, and symbol libraries to maximize your team's productivity. He also covers scripting and working with external files, such as line type definitions and hatch patterns. Make sure to check out the "LISP for CAD Managers" chapter where Josh introduces simple LISP programming routines to automate some of the most common AutoCAD tasks.IntermediateCreativeAEC
Learning Data Visualization3 hour(s) 50 minute(s) Got a big idea? You need to get it across quickly and efficiently, or modern audiences will move on to the next story clamoring for their attention. Data visualization allows you to make the complex simple, the abstract tangible, and the invisible (data) visible with great illustrations. In this course, Bill Shander shows how to understand your data and your audience, craft the story you need to tell, and determine the best visual model and details to use for that story.BeginnerTechnology, BusinessData Science, Business Analysis and Strategy, Business Software and Tools
SketchUp 2019 Essential Training2 hour(s) 20 minute(s) Build your 3D modeling skills by mastering the basics of SketchUp. In this course, get up to speed with this easy-to-use 3D modeling application by gaining a foundational understanding of the drawing and design tools offered in the 2019 version of SketchUp. Instructor Tammy Cody covers navigating the interface, manipulating objects, drawing, leveraging organizational tools, and working with materials and textures on both Windows and Mac computers. Plus, learn how to apply simple styles and animation to make your 3D projects more polished and presentable. Throughout the course, Tammy provides opportunities for you to practice what you've learned.BeginnerCreativeProduct and Manufacturing, AEC
Learning InDesign CC 2015: EPUBs4 hour(s) 20 minute(s) Learn how to use the software you already know and love for print publications—Adobe InDesign CC—to create great looking ebooks. Learn what's hidden inside an EPUB, the ebook standard format, and how InDesign can be the fastest road to an EPUB, with its ability to automatically convert your files into the necessary HTML and CSS. As the training progresses, you'll discover how to optimize existing text, graphics, tables, and videos and tailor your EPUBs specifically for the Kindle, Kobo, and NOOK ereaders. InDesign insider and author Anne-Marie Concepción also shares some free scripts for Mac and Windows that will make your ebook export even faster, as well as features in InDesign CC built especially for ebooks, such as semantic markup and CSS resizing.BeginnerCreativeGraphic Design
Word 2019 Essential Training2 hour(s) 31 minute(s) Learn how to create, edit, format, and share documents with ease using Microsoft Word 2019. Follow along with David Rivers as he shows all the essential features of this powerful tool. This course covers a variety of topics, including leveraging templates and building blocks to create a stylish document with instant purpose; creating numbered and bulleted lists; working with columns and tables; adding images and shapes to your documents; collaborating on documents with your team; and sharing documents via OneDrive, email, and through other means. Plus, learn how to use the proofing tools in Word to check spelling and grammar, get word counts, and more.BeginnerBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Business Software and Tools
AutoCAD Mobile App2 hour(s) 2 minute(s) AutoCAD is the world leader in computer aided design (CAD). With its new cloud-based features and tools, you can bring your AutoCAD projects anywhere your job takes you. In this course, instructor Shaun Bryant shows how to take your AutoCAD drawings on the go using Autodesk Drive and the AutoCAD web, desktop, and mobile apps. Discover how to create and edit drawings on the go, synchronize your files, and collaborate and work with your team remotely. Plus, learn how to access your files on your desktop and refine your drawings back at the office.BeginnerCreativeAEC, Product and Manufacturing
Android Development: Retrofit with Java1 hour(s) 59 minute(s) Web integration is one of the foundational pillars of a good mobile app. But it doesn’t mean you have to write a lot of code. Square offers a free, open-source library called Retrofit that makes integrating with a web API a breeze. This course explains how to use Retrofit to connect an Android app to the cloud. Instructor Jon-Luke West—an Android product engineer—reviews the basics of web communication with REST APIs and the methods for reading and writing data to the cloud. He shows how to define your data models and write API-related code for a sample project using popular packages like GSON. He also covers the configuration options that are available, such as customizing the data converter and serializing multipart HTTP requests.IntermediateTechnologyMobile Development
Learning Excel Desktop (Office 365)1 hour(s) 16 minute(s) Looking to get started with Microsoft Excel? This beginner-level course can help. Join instructor David Rivers as he introduces new users to the fundamentals of Excel. David covers how to create new workbooks, add and format numbers and text, work with basic formulas and functions, and leverage key features such as AutoFill, which allows you to quickly fill new cells using existing cells where there is a pattern. Plus, learn how to insert charts, quickly share your spreadsheets with others, and more.BeginnerBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Business Software and Tools
Learning Your Sony DSLR Camera3 hour(s) 26 minute(s) You can get consistently better photos and video, if you understand your gear. This course helps photographers get up to speed quickly with the essential features and controls of Sony DSLRs—functionality shared by every model from the Alpha 6000 to the 7R II. It’s appropriate for new users and those transferring to Sony from other camera brands. Explore the shooting modes that go beyond "auto," find out how to take photos and shoot 4K and HD video, and learn to adjust camera settings like ISO for specific situations, such as mixed lighting, fast movement, and low lighting levels. Instructor Rich Harrington also introduces the hardware and lens combinations that will help you achieve the best photos. Keep your camera close by while you watch to get the most from the course.IntermediateCreativeVideo, Photography
IT Service Desk Careers and Certifications: First Steps2 hour(s) 18 minute(s) Are you looking to start a career in IT? Or, are you an IT service desk professional wishing to explore opportunities for career advancement, but unsure of your next step? In either instance—whether you're jumping into a brand-new IT career or advancing your existing one—this course can provide you with a foundational mapping of the careers and certifications you might want to consider. Instructor Fancy Mills covers a variety of career paths at all levels, from service desk analyst to service desk manager. She also explores different certifications related to service desk roles, and discusses the future of the IT service desk.TechnologyIT Help Desk
Creative Inspirations: Jason Bentley, Radio DJ and Musician1 hour(s) 18 minute(s) A true tastemaker, Jason Bentley is one of the music industry's most influential radio and club DJs. During his fifteen years at L.A. stations KROQ and KCRW, he has helped such artists as Portishead, Jamiroquai, and The Chemical Brothers get a break in the music industry. Jason has reached a worldwide audience working as the music supervisor for video games, TV commercials, and major Hollywood films such as the Matrix trilogy. He continues to be a driving influence in the LA music scene through his popular radio programs, appearances at clubs and events, and remixes of current music. Jason is known for his commitment to electronica, and he helped introduce the Best Electronic/Dance Album category to the Grammy Awards. This installment of Creative Inspirations shows how Jason works his magic as he takes us behind the scenes at KCRW and gives us a peek at his home studio in Venice, CA. Use of Silversun Pickups "Lazy Eye" courtesy of Dangerbird RecordsCreativeAudio and Music
Linux: File Sharing Services1 hour(s) 10 minute(s) Interoperability is at the heart of file sharing. Being able to set up and configure environments to support standard file sharing methods is essential for system administrators. This course focuses on learning how to provide access to data across networks using systems and protocols, namely FTP (File Transfer Protocol), CIFS (Common Internet File System), and NFS (Network File System). Learn how to keep data secure by managing different types of user access—from untrusted to authenticated, multi-user groups in an Active Directory—and testing firewalls. This course also explores establishing local and remote connections, working with storage, leveraging host-based solutions, troubleshooting issues, and more.IntermediateTechnologyNetwork and System Administration
Katrin Eismann, educadora fotográfica. Mi historia de Photoshop0 hour(s) 5 minute(s) En vísperas del 25 aniversario de Photoshop, pedimos a los primeros usuarios y artistas pioneros que nos contaran sus historias sobre Photoshop. Katrin Eismann, profesora en la Escuela de Artes Visuales de Nueva York, comenzó a trabajar con Photoshop en 1989, antes de que hubiera capas, vectores y texto editables. En este documental comparte algunos de sus primitivos experimentos con la herramienta y explica cómo adaptó su trayectoria de aprendizaje a una carrera de enseñanza para las siguientes generaciones de fotógrafos y artistas digitales.
Learning Graphic Design: Presentations0 hour(s) 51 minute(s) Learn the basic rules for achieving a balanced, professional, attractive, and compelling presentation, in Design 101. John McWade covers design essentials in way that won't get you bogged down in the details or feel overwhelmed. This course is perfect for people new to design and nondesigners tasked with putting together a presentation—those who just don't know how to make a design stand out or how to go beyond the templates in PowerPoint or Keynote. John offers expert advice on typography, color, consistency, using images, keeping it simple, and more. Good presentations take time and thought. Design is too important to leave to a computer! Use these techniques to make personalized, thoughtful presentations that both educate and inspire.BeginnerCreativeGraphic Design
Accounting Foundations: Managerial Accounting2 hour(s) 36 minute(s) Managerial accounting helps managers make decisions using an organization's financial data. An understanding of managerial accounting helps you figure out how much a product costs, analyze when your company breaks even, and budget for expenses and future growth. In this course, accounting professors Jim and Kay Stice cover all the fundamentals, including costs and cost behaviors, cost-volume-profit (CVP) relationships, cost flows, standard costing and activity-based costing, and budgeting. Want to hear more from Jim and Kay? Learn about all three types of accounting—financial, managerial, and income tax—in their Accounting Fundamentals course.IntermediateBusinessFinance and Accounting
Learning Documentary Video: 3 Editing and Post2 hour(s) 13 minute(s) Watch the making of a documentary, from concept to creation. In this final course of a three-course series, instructor Ashley Kennedy shares strategies you can use to successfully move into the post-production phase. Ashley demonstrates several practical workflows in action and discusses effective techniques for coming up with a good editing plan. She takes you through high-level steps within the actual editing process—addressing strategies on organization, building and combining scenes, making important story changes, refining the narrative flow, and more. She finishes by providing guidance about how to handle gathering feedback so you can ensure your documentary film is ready for sharing with the world.BeginnerCreativeVideo
D3.js Essential Training for Data Scientists4 hour(s) 38 minute(s) Take your visualizations beyond boring charts. D3.js enables you to create spatial maps, tree diagrams, stack charts, and more, all with a web browser and a few lines of code. There's something for everyone in data science: statisticians, scientists, mathematicians, and analysts. D3.js Essential Training for Data Scientists unlocks the keys to this versatile approach. Follow along with data consultant Emma Saunders as she shows how to build beautiful and interactive data visualizations with D3. Start off with a review of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript—some basic coding skills you need to use the D3 library. Then learn how to make a simple bar chart and create basic shapes and text. Emma also introduces the path function and the power of generators for drawing more complex shapes. Then find out how to pull in JSON, XML, and CSV files to create more complex graphics such as tree and Voronoi diagrams, and manipulate your data for advanced graphics using map, stack, and nest functions. The course wraps up with tips for adding interactivity and picking the right graphic for your data.IntermediateTechnology, BusinessData Science, Business Analysis and Strategy, Business Software and Tools
Unit Testing and Test Driven Development in Python2 hour(s) 0 minute(s) Every software developer wants to ship high-quality applications. Test-driven development (TDD) is a key discipline that can help you enhance your development process—and, in turn, your code base—by ensuring that crashes and bugs are addressed early on. In this course, join Richard Wells as he covers unit testing and TDD for Python projects. Richard provides an overview of both unit testing and TDD, explaining why both are crucial for developers. He also shows how to set up your development environment for TDD and goes over the pytest unit-testing framework. Throughout the course, he shares best practices and provides examples and test cases that can help you gain a practical understanding of TTD in Python.BeginnerTechnologySoftware Development
Data Science & Analytics Career Paths & Certifications: First Steps1 hour(s) 12 minute(s) The career opportunities in data science, big data, and data analytics are growing dramatically. If you're interested in changing career paths, determining the right course of study, or deciding if certification is worth your time, this course is for you. Jungwoo Ryoo is a professor of information science and technology at Penn State. Here he reviews the history of data science and its subfields, explores the marketplaces for these fields, and reveals the five main skills areas: data mining, machine learning, natural language processing (NLP), statistics, and visualization. This leads to a discussion of the five biggest career opportunities, the six leading industry-recognized certifications available, and the most exciting emerging technologies. Along the way, Jungwoo discusses the importance of ethics and professional development, and provides pointers to online resources for learning more.BeginnerTechnologyData Science
Photoshop: Modos de fusión3 hour(s) 4 minute(s) Comprende el funcionamiento de los modos de fusión de Adobe Photoshop, conociendo en profundidad aquellos no usados tan comúnmente. Ahonda en cada uno de los modos para entender cómo y cuándo aplicarlos en tus propias fotografías, y para descubrir cómo te pueden ayudar a retocar imágenes con aún más rapidez. Utiliza los modos de fusión para interpretar tus imágenes y, de ese modo, maltratarla menos que con los efectos de capa de ajuste, respetando así mejor su esencia.
SketchUp Rendering: Using V-Ray 23 hour(s) 15 minute(s) V-Ray is a very popular and high-quality third-party renderer for SketchUp. With V-Ray, you can add naturalistic lighting, cameras, reflections, and diffuse materials to your SketchUp models and scenes. This course will use a single arch viz scene (an architectural visualization with interior and exterior elements) to demonstrate all of these options. Author Brian Bradley covers all of the V-Ray light types (from Sun and Sky to Sphere), irradiance mapping, physical cameras, materials, and V-Ray quality controls. By the end of the course, you'll know how to use V-Ray features to make your SketchUp models look their very best.IntermediateCreativeVisualization and Real-Time, Product and Manufacturing, Motion Graphics and VFX, AEC, Animation and Illustration
Learning Plant Factory3 hour(s) 32 minute(s) PlantFactory is a revolutionary 3D vegetation modeling, animation, and rendering software package. Plants and trees created in PlantFactory can be exported to almost any 3D application (including 3ds Max, Maya, Mudbox, and CINEMA 4D) and are fully rigged and textured. Wind-animated plants can be exported as fully rigged meshes. That way, you can fine-tune the plant animation directly inside your preferred application. In these tutorials, Aaron F. Ross shows how to get started with PlantFactory. He'll cover modeling plants and trees, sculpting plants from components, editing plant parameters, adding materials and animation effects, and rendering the results. Plus, learn how to use PlantFactory's powerful node graph to control individual properties and generate plants procedurally.BeginnerCreativeMotion Graphics and VFX, Visualization and Real-Time, Product and Manufacturing, AEC, Animation and Illustration
Autodesk Nastran In-CAD: Dynamic Analysis2 hour(s) 47 minute(s) Originally developed by NASA, NASTRAN is a finite element analysis (FEA) system used for structural analysis in the automotive, aerospace, and marine industries. Now you can leverage the power of NASTRAN for product design and manufacturing with Nastran In-CAD, the FEA toolset embedded in Autodesk Inventor. This course teaches the fundamentals of dynamics analysis with Nastran In-CAD. With fully worked examples and numerous hints and tips, the course helps you assess your CAD models for critical resonant frequencies. Instructor Tony Abbey also explains how to perform transient and frequency response analysis, and how to qualify your models under these dynamic operating conditions.IntermediateCreativeProduct and Manufacturing
Lightroom 5 Essential Training: 6 Creating Slideshows & Web Galleries2 hour(s) 2 minute(s) Show off your hard work; display your photographs with the easy-to-build slideshows and web galleries in Lightroom. They're a straightforward way to display images on the web, on the desktop, or projected onto a screen. In this breezy segment of Lightroom 5 Essentials, Chris Orwig explains how to select your best images and group them into collections, apply a design template, and customize the look and feel of your web gallery or slideshow. Then learn about watermarking photos for copyright protection, uploading HTML and Flash galleries to a website, and adding a soundtrack and titles to a slideshow. Plus, discover how to create video-based slideshows, new to Lightroom 5.BeginnerCreativePhotography
Managing Up, Down, and Across the Organization0 hour(s) 58 minute(s) If you work in a large organization, chances are you need to manage relationships with all levels, including your boss, peers, and direct reports. In this course, leadership coach, consultant, and best-selling author Roberta Matuson helps you manage relationships up, down, and across. She teaches you how to stand out with your boss while also pushing back when needed; how to build productive relationships and credibility with your direct reports; and how to effectively use influence with peers and other co-workers to get what you need.IntermediateBusinessCareer Development, Continuing Education (CEU), Leadership and Management
AWS Quick Tips for Developers0 hour(s) 24 minute(s) Amazon Web Services (AWS) boasts over 150 services for everything from storage to machine learning. This course provides helpful, condensed tips for working smarter with some of the most essential services in this popular cloud platform. Instructor Bear Cahill shares bite-sized answers to common questions developers have about AWS. Whether you're trying to monitor AWS billing, set user policies, or host a web app on Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3), this course can help by equipping you with insights you can readily apply to keep on task. Each video is self-contained and about one minute long, so you can jump in and get some helpful insights in no time.IntermediateTechnologyCloud Computing
Photoshop CC práctico: Retoque de maquillaje1 hour(s) 56 minute(s) El maquillaje digital tiene el mismo problema que el real, hay que conocer los conceptos de luces, sombras, colores y aplicación. En este curso veremos la parte más técnica de su aplicación digital en Adobe Photoshop, paso a paso y segmentando el rostro en distintas áreas para tener resultados muy bien logrados.
Audition CC Essential Training6 hour(s) 39 minute(s) Discover the powerful audio-editing tool set offered in Audition CC. In this course, author Maxim Jago shows how to navigate the interface and understand fundamental audio concepts. Editors who have traditionally completed audio work inside a nonlinear editing system will benefit from discovering the tools, workflows, and terminology used in professional audio post-production. Check out the new chapter, "2015 Creative Cloud New Features," for information on the latest features and enhancements in Audition CC.BeginnerCreativeVideo, Audio and Music
Photoshop Elements 10 esencial7 hour(s) 19 minute(s) El trabajo directo con fotografías y su organización nunca fue más sencillo. Photoshop Elements 10 es la aplicación perfecta para los que quieren sacar el máximo provecho de sus fotos sin la necesidad de trabajar con Photoshop y todas sus opciones profesionales. Desde la descarga de imágenes, su organización y clasificación, pasando por su mejora y retoque y llegando hasta compartirlas en las redes sociales es lo que vermos en este curso video2brain.
Advanced SQL for Data Science: Time Series1 hour(s) 18 minute(s) Time series data is data gathered over time: performance metrics, user interactions, and information collected by sensors. Since different time series data have different measures and different intervals, these data present a unique challenge for data scientists. However, SQL has some features designed to help. This course teaches you how to standardize and model time series data with them. Instructor Dan Sullivan discusses windowing and the difference between sliding and tumbling window calculations. Then learn how SQL constructs such as OVER and PARTITION BY help to simplify analysis, and how denormalization can be used to augment data while avoiding joins. Plus, discover optimization techniques such as indexing. Dan also introduces time series analysis techniques such as previous time period comparisons, moving averages, exponential smoothing, and linear regression.AdvancedTechnologyData Science
Unity 5: UI1 hour(s) 53 minute(s) Unity's UI system provides game developers with tools for creating professional user interfaces, fast and efficiently. Watch these Unity tutorials to learn how to build simple screens for games—splash screens, level selection screens, or even high-score screens—with Unity 5. Jess Freeman covers the basic UI components, including RectTransforms, text, buttons, images, sliders, and toggles, and reviews methods for skinning each component for a look and feel that matches your game. Along the way, he shows how to use different UI components in C# scripts, which allow you to trigger game events and respond to user input.IntermediateTechnology, CreativeSoftware Development, Animation and Illustration
eBay Essential Training: Selling2 hour(s) 48 minute(s) Discover how to get started on eBay, the popular site where you can sell virtually anything. eBay PowerSeller Christopher Matthew Spencer explains what you need to get started, shows how to research the competition, and shares his recommendations for achieving the most with every listing. He covers the economics of developing an eBay business, capturing superior product photography, communicating with potential customers through excellent listings and professional customer service, and fulfilling orders. This in-depth course also explains accepting secure payments with PayPal, packing and shipping, setting up an eBay store, working with eBay Mobile, and engaging with the eBay community.BeginnerBusinessSmall Business and Entrepreneurship
Affinity Photo for iPad1 hour(s) 28 minute(s) Affinity Photo is a powerful but approachable image enhancement program that is being embraced by a growing number of photographers. Affinity Photo for the iPad brings the award-winning features of the desktop version to the iPad, and is fully optimized for iOS hardware and touch capabilities. In this course, instructor Steve Caplin shows how to use the image-enhancements features of Affinity Photo for the iPad to do professional-level photo editing on the go. He discusses the interface and works through four real-world projects, such as creating a poster by removing and replacing the background of a portrait. He also shares how to work with raw images, retouch blemishes, and combine exposures, and reviews the advanced features in Affinity Pro, such as tone mapping, distortion correction, and HDR effects. This course was created and produced by Steve Caplin. We are honored to host this training in our library.BeginnerCreativePhotography
Learning KeyShot1 hour(s) 43 minute(s) With a simple user interface that provides numerous options for advanced visualization—and no workflow-impeding clutter—KeyShot is both powerful and easy to use. This 3D renderer features a real-time workflow that helps you see your renderings and animations take shape instantly, which reduces the time it takes to create that perfect shot. From scientifically accurate material and environment presets to advanced material editing and animation, KeyShot can make creating product visuals or sales and marketing imagery a little bit easier. In this course, George Maestri helps you get started with KeyShot. George starts off by taking a look at the Keyshot interface and going over some of the basics. Next, he helps you get used to the workflow by showing how to create a simple render. He also digs into working with materials and lighting. To wrap up the course, George goes over how to animate with KeyShot.BeginnerCreativeVisualization and Real-Time, Product and Manufacturing, Motion Graphics and VFX, AEC, Animation and Illustration
Digital Body Language0 hour(s) 25 minute(s) People rely on body language and tone to grasp the real meaning of messages. Without these cues, we misunderstand each other more quickly, argue more, and walk away faster from relationships. In the virtual world—where most business is conducted—it’s even harder to communicate. If you want to build closer relationships with colleagues and clients, digital body language is your solution. Join collaboration expert Erica Dhawan as she explains how to use digital body language to close the empathy gap between you and your team. Learn why it’s important to always assume the best intent in others, and find out how to carefully craft your responses, communicate your feelings, and negotiate delicate power dynamics. With these tips, you can take charge of your communications online and off.BusinessProfessional Development, Leadership and Management
Leading Virtual Meetings0 hour(s) 32 minute(s) Leading virtual meetings is a critical competency for leaders who manage a remote or blended team. Join leadership and management expert Kevin Eikenberry as he identifies the challenges to holding a productive meeting online, and shares tactics for making these meetings successful. Learn about how to choose the right platform, set expectations for conduct, clarify roles, create a great agenda, and more.BeginnerBusinessLeadership and Management, Professional Development
SAS® 9.4 Cert Prep: Part 11 Creating and Using Custom Formats0 hour(s) 16 minute(s) Want to get ahead in a crowded job market? Get certified with SAS. This course is part of a series by the SAS Institute, designed to prepare you for the SAS 9.4 certification exam. Here you can explore techniques for standardizing your SAS data with custom formats. Instructor Stacey Syphus explains how to format values, use ranges, and create and apply custom formats. Plus, learn how to create custom formats from tables and store custom formats for future use. This course was created by SAS Institute. We are pleased to offer this training in our library.BeginnerTechnologyData Science
Learning Cloud Computing: Cloud Security1 hour(s) 32 minute(s) Understand the basics of cloud security—a core component of cloud computing. Beginning with the basics, instructor David Linthicum explains the business case for cloud security and the levels and models available, including infrastructure-, application-, and data-level security; identity and risk management; encryption; and multifactor authentication. He then dives into the services offered by the top three cloud providers: Amazon, Microsoft, and Google. He reviews the compliance issues that affect specific industries, including health care and finance, and reviews the points you need to consider when identifying your security requirements and the security tools, services, and software to best meet those needs.BeginnerTechnologyCloud Computing, Continuing Education (CEU)
Designing Growth Strategies1 hour(s) 7 minute(s) Companies need to grow in order to attract and retain top talent, sustain competitive advantage, and create shareholder value. Drawing on his years of experience serving on the boards of several high-growth technology ventures as well as consulting for companies like GE, IBM, and Walmart, University of Maryland Professor Anil Gupta addresses why businesses need to grow to survive and explains why profitable growth is hard. Using a number of examples and mini-case studies, he outlines a framework for identifying high-potential growth opportunities, for assessing and choosing among them, and for implementing the chosen growth strategy. He also discusses the organizational and leadership requirements for creating a high-growth company.IntermediateBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Business Analysis and Strategy, Leadership and Management
QuickBooks: Advanced Bookkeeping Techniques2 hour(s) 50 minute(s) Master tricky income, expense, and banking transactions in QuickBooks with these tips and techniques from Bonnie Biafore. First, learn best practices for categorizing and analyzing data, so you can get a better financial picture of the business. Then discover how to work with customer deposits, prepayments, and credits and refunds. You'll also learn how to correct misapplied payments and explore the opposite side of the "coin": special expenses such as vendor deposits and refunds. Find out how to track special income such as consignments and trades. Bonnie also shows viewers how to handle bounced checks—to and from customers and vendors—as well as troubleshoot bank reconciliations and uncleared transactions.AdvancedBusinessBusiness Software and Tools, Finance and Accounting, Continuing Education (CEU)
Cert Prep: Excel 2016 Microsoft Office Specialist (77-727)3 hour(s) 3 minute(s) Demonstrate your advanced knowledge of Microsoft Excel by becoming a Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS). This course, created by Microsoft Certified Trainer Jennifer McBee, helps you prepare for the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) exam for Excel 2016, which focuses on creating and managing worksheets and workbooks, managing data cells and ranges, creating tables, performing operations with formulas and functions, and creating charts and objects. The course begins with an overview of the certification program and how to prepare for the exam. Next, Jennifer walks you through all the certification objectives. Throughout the course, she provides you with opportunities for hands-on practice with exercises and chapter challenges, and wraps up with a full-length practice test that emulates exam 77-727.IntermediateBusiness, TechnologyContinuing Education (CEU), Business Software and Tools, Business Analysis and Strategy, Data Science
Learning Microsoft Paint 3D1 hour(s) 45 minute(s) Microsoft Paint 3D brings 3D design capabilities to every Windows 10 computer. Its collection of prebuilt objects and stickers allows you to quickly bring 3D graphics, mockups, and designs to life. Join instructor and professional 3D artist George Maestri as he explores this new utility. Learn how to draw in 2D and 3D, add color and texture, clip objects from photos with the Magic Select tool, and transform 2D objects into 3D objects. Plus, learn how to download ready-made models from the Remix 3D library, and upload your own contributions. In the final chapter, George provides three real-world projects that showcase exactly what you can do with Paint 3D, including a greeting card, a tiny house model, and a 3D PowerPoint presentation.BeginnerCreativeVisualization and Real-Time, Product and Manufacturing, AEC, Animation and Illustration
Code Clinic: Swift2 hour(s) 22 minute(s) Practice coding with Swift, the programming language for iOS and Mac. Code Clinic is a series of courses that solve the same problems using different programming languages. It gives developers a chance to experiment with new platforms and compare their strengths. In this course, Todd Perkins takes you through six different challenges and provides an overview of his solutions in Swift. Challenges cover topics such as statistical analysis, geolocation, facial recognition, and accessing peripheral devices. Each lesson provides practical skills, valuable design patterns, and code snippets you can use in your own projects. Visit other courses in the series to see how to solve the exact same challenges in languages like C#, C++, Java, PHP, Python, and Ruby.IntermediateTechnologySoftware Development
Premiere Pro CC: Edición multicámara3 hour(s) 3 minute(s) Edita profesionalmente secuencias multicámara en Premiere Pro. Descubre en este curso los secretos para sincronizar y editar con rapidez multitud de clips de vídeo grabados con varias cámaras. Aprende a gestionar un gran número de medios y a crear flujos de trabajo avanzados que te permitirán editar con fluidez y precisión tus secuencias multicámara. También mostraremos técnicas de post-producción para reparar y mejorar cualquier elemento de nuestro metraje y veremos cómo publicar en la web con rapidez.
Bootstrap 3 esencial3 hour(s) 35 minute(s) Bootstrap es un framework front end muy extendido y pensado sobre todo para crear proyectos web responsive. Descubre en este curso cómo Bootstrap 3 puede mejorar el flujo de trabajo de tus proyectos web, desde el diseño a la maquetación, logrando crear sitios webs adaptados para dispositivos de forma fácil. Conoce las bases de su sistema de rejilla que agilizará de manera asombrosa el tiempo de maquetación en tus proyectos web.
Lightroom CC: Presets Bundle0 hour(s) 9 minute(s) Adding a cool new effect to your photos is easy with Lightroom presets. Presets can give you a vintage look, transform a color photo into black and white, and create beautiful, glowing portraits—in just one click. Jan Kabili shares over 80 free custom presets—effects you can't get anywhere else—and shows how to install them so they appear in Lightroom CC on your desktop and mobile devices, and how use them to achieve quick and great-looking results.BeginnerCreativePhotography
Introduction to Xamarin.iOS0 hour(s) 42 minute(s) Xamarin.iOS allows developers to build native iOS apps with a C# codebase. Learn how to build your first iOS apps with Xamarin and review iOS design patterns such as Model-View-Controller architecture. Follow along with instructors from the Microsoft Xamarin University and find how to create a new project in Visual Studio, code the app UI and behavior, build the project, and test it on an iOS emulator. The practice files for this course are free, and the instructors have included exercises to apply what you've learned along the way. This course was created by Xamarin University. We are honored to host this training in our library.BeginnerTechnologyMobile Development, Software Development
Enterprise Agile: Changing Your Culture1 hour(s) 25 minute(s) Many organizations deliver products with dozens or even hundreds of teams. For these organizations, spinning up a few agile teams is just the start. Eventually, they'll want to scale up their agile approach to work on enterprise-level products—a shift that presents a whole new set of challenges. Enterprise agile requires a different organizational mindset along with new roles and practices. There are many different enterprise agile frameworks that will help you with this transformation, but switching to these frameworks isn't your biggest challenge. Enterprise agile is a radical change from how most organizations think about their work. If you don't prepare your teams for this change, then it's unlikely that any enterprise framework will succeed. That's why this course is the first in a four-part series on enterprise agile. In this course, Doug Rose helps you lay the groundwork you'll need to make this radical organizational change. First, learn how to identify your organization's culture. There are many different types of organizational cultures, and each one presents its own set of challenges. Then, see different approaches to making a widespread organizational change. Finally, learn about the common challenges that almost all organizations face when starting enterprise agile.IntermediateBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Project Management
Java EE: JavaServer Faces JSF3 hour(s) 14 minute(s) The Java EE specification is the industry standard for building enterprise-level web applications. In this course, instructor Eyitayo Koleoso focuses on JSF and shows Java programmers how to use this platform to build robust, secure Java EE web applications. Discover how to set up a JSF project, build a JSF page using Facelets, use Ajax support in JSF, secure your JSF web app, combine JSF with other frameworks, and more.BeginnerTechnologyWeb Development
Microsoft Teams Tips and Tricks1 hour(s) 1 minute(s) Discover how to work more efficiently with Microsoft Teams, the popular collaboration app in Office 365. In this concise, targeted course, Nick Brazzi shares tips that can help power users get even more use out of Teams. He goes over useful commands and keyboard shortcuts that can help you streamline your workflow, and explains how to use Teams as a hub to access information from different Office 365 apps. Plus, he demonstrates how to leverage different communication options; explores some particularly useful apps in Teams; and shares how to work with bots and messaging apps.IntermediateBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Business Software and Tools
Customer Service: Serving Internal Customers0 hour(s) 43 minute(s) There are many similarities between internal and external customer service—both require helpfulness, empathy, and resourcefulness. What distinguishes internal customer service is that it primarily involves serving coworkers at your company. Companies today recognize that outstanding internal customer service helps employees work more productively and ultimately do a better job serving their external customers. In this course, learn skills and techniques for providing outstanding internal customer service to colleagues within your organization. Jeff Toister shares how to build positive workplace relationships, communicate effectively, and serve coworkers who can be difficult to work with. He also provides techniques for managing—and exceeding—expectations for internal service, and solving problems quickly and effectively.BeginnerBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Professional Development, Leadership and Management
OneNote 2010 esencial2 hour(s) 54 minute(s) Descubre y aprende a utilizar esta herramienta de Microsoft Office 2010 llamada OneNote, que para una gran mayoría de usuarios es desconocida, pero definitivamente necesaria: un bloc de notas electrónico. Este curso video2brain te ofrece la posibilidad de consolidar el enorme flujo de informaciones en un mundo conectado globalmente aumentando tu productividad.
Introduction to Photography: Lightroom Classic CC and Photoshop1 hour(s) 31 minute(s) Your work (and play) as a photographer doesn't end when you press the shutter button. With software such as Adobe's high-powered Lightroom Classic CC and Photoshop apps, you can enhance and transform your photos to fix problems, improve composition and exposure, and so much more. Where to begin learning tools like these? Right here. In this course, photographer, author, and educator Ben Long introduces the concepts and creative options behind photographic post-processing. From fixing problems to retouching, Ben shows how to do it, without overdoing it, with Lightroom Classic CC, Photoshop, and the Adobe mobile apps.BeginnerCreativePhotography
Vocal Lessons: 3 Expanding Your Range2 hour(s) 55 minute(s) Want to learn how to sing more challenging and dynamic songs? When your voice is your instrument, "tuning" it becomes a matter of practice. These singing lessons and vocal exercises from top vocal coach Jeannie Deva will help you expand your range and precision, providing instant and noticeable results. Part 3 of her Vocal Lessons series, this course takes Jeannie's years of experience coaching Grammy-winning singers, Broadway actors, and top recording artists and distills it into comprehensive online lessons. Watch from home, at your own pace, and learn practical techniques to expand your range over multiple octaves. Free your voice from preconceptions and strain, and practice exercises to eliminate register breaks and achieve the range you desire. Note: Vocal Lessons with Jeannie Deva was recorded and produced by ArtistWorks. We are honored to host this training in our library.BeginnerCreativeAudio and Music
Excel: Analyzing Your Sales Pipeline1 hour(s) 23 minute(s) Enhance your sales pipeline and bolster business performance using Excel and Salesforce. In this course, follow along with Rudolph Rosenberg as he shows how to analyze your sales performance using these powerful tools. Rudolph begins with an overview of the sales cycle and the sales pipeline, including what information to extract from Salesforce, and how to do it. Next, he covers the key angles to analyzing sales performance, and explains how to create both qualitative and quantitative reports. Finally, he shows how to conduct effective pipeline reviews for you and your team.IntermediateBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Sales, Business Software and Tools
Learning Verilog for FPGA Development2 hour(s) 2 minute(s) FPGA development requires a big switch from more typical programming processes. In order to get an FPGA-based embedded system up and running, developers must add a hardware description language to their repertoire. In this course, Eduardo Corpeño helps you learn the fundamentals of one such language: the popular and concise Verilog. Eduardo begins with the basics; he explains what a hardware description language is and some similarities to traditional programming languages. He then covers the basic syntax of Verilog, as well as how to create test bench modules to run simulations, use variables with operators as an advantage of the behavioral level of abstraction, and more. Along the way, he provides demos and programming challenges that allow you to put your new skills to the test.IntermediateCreative, TechnologyProduct and Manufacturing, Software Development, Network and System Administration
Aprende realidad aumentada1 hour(s) 56 minute(s) Gracias a nuevas plataformas y sistemas de hardware que están en constante evolución, hoy en día se pueden crear fácilmente experiencias de realidad aumentada para todo tipo de dispositivos móviles. Pero no todo el mundo sabe qué es la Augmented Reality (AR) ni mucho menos cómo se puede crear. Descubre en este curso esta técnica y aprende qué usos darle, qué tecnologías se emplean y lleva a cabo tu primera aplicación con realidad aumentada.
Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager esencial3 hour(s) 27 minute(s) Amplía y expande tus conocimientos sobre la administración centralizada de una organización a través de Microsoft System Center. Consigue gestionar y administrar de forma efectiva los recursos de una organización o grupo de organizaciones gracias a esta solución de software. Descubre con este curso cómo aplicar el control remoto, realizar la gestión de actualizaciones y parches, programar la distribución de software, el despliegue de sistemas operativos, la protección y el cumplimiento e inventariado de software y hardware, entre otros conceptos clave. ¡No te lo pierdas!
Illustrator: Animated Character Design2 hour(s) 33 minute(s) This workshop from author and animator Angie Taylor teaches how to use Illustrator's tools and features to prepare 2D files for animation in Adobe After Effects. Discover how to make the most of Illustrator's drawing tools and Autotrace feature, and to how use Live Paint and Kuler to recolor artwork. Plus, get a ton of tips and tricks for giving artwork a hand-drawn look and find out how to set up layers, aspect ratios, and transparency options for importing into After Effects. The lessons are focused and solution-oriented, and all the project files are included.IntermediateCreativeAnimation and Illustration
Writing Case Studies0 hour(s) 37 minute(s) If you have helped a customer achieve success, you can document it in a case study, which is how you tell the world about it. In this course, learn about typical types of case studies, which fit both online and print formats. Explore strategies for making a compelling case study. Find out how to avoid some common pitfalls.BeginnerBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Professional Development, Marketing
Sramana Mitra on Bootstrapping0 hour(s) 57 minute(s) Want to start your own business? Bootstrap it! LinkedIn Influencer Sramana Mitra, an expert on entrepreneurship, shares her insights on how to start a new business without any external financing. Bootstrapping can be a way to quickly validate and launch a company, and get the traction you need to attract serious investors (or you can bootstrap all the way). Sramana dismisses some of the myths that get in the way of new entrepreneurs, and then turns the focus on to the benefits of bootstrapping. She walks through two methods of bootstrapping that can be particularly valuable: selling services and developing a business while holding down a full-time job.BusinessBusiness Analysis and Strategy, Leadership and Management, Small Business and Entrepreneurship
Presto Essentials: Data Science1 hour(s) 48 minute(s) Netflix and Airbnb both use Presto—an open-source SQL query engine developed by Facebook—for their ever-expanding big data querying needs. In this course, learn how to harness the power of your big data system using the Presto platform, which breaks the false dilemma of having to choose between an expensive commercial solution that offers fast analytics, and a slow, ostensibly free solution that requires excessive hardware. Data science expert Ben Sullins helps you get up to speed with Presto, and leverage it to accomplish a wide-range of data science and analytics tasks. He uses different interfaces with Presto—such as R and Tableau—and digs into the expressive SQL language that Presto offers for your analysis. At the end of this course, you'll know the key concepts of Presto and how to use them to take full advantage of your modern big data system.IntermediateTechnologySoftware Development, Database Management, Data Science
Advanced Color Workflows for Photographers1 hour(s) 28 minute(s) In photography, a color-managed workflow makes it easier to obtain consistent-looking color in every phase of the process: when you're editing photos on screen, printing them on an inkjet printer, or having them printed by a commercial lab. In this course, Joe Brady builds on his Color Management Fundamentals course, focusing on color-management issues of specific interest to photographers. After a review of digital-color concepts, the course explores creating color profiles for each device in the digital photography workflow, from monitor to printer, to camera. Joe demonstrates the tools and techniques behind color profiling, even covering tablets—ideal for photographers using iPads or Android tablets as wireless remote controls.AdvancedCreativePhotography
Implementing Your IT Strategy0 hour(s) 40 minute(s) How does your IT strategy align with your business strategy? As technology pervades every facet of the modern corporation, a well-structured IT strategy becomes even more essential. In this course, IT consultant Peter High outlines a step-by-step process how to define your strategy and ensure you have the necessary people, processes, and technologies at hand for implementation. He also outlines tactics you can use to develop new ideas for IT projects and how to prioritize and measure progress of each project.AdvancedBusiness, TechnologyBusiness Analysis and Strategy, Leadership and Management, Network and System Administration
Sales: Develop a Service Orientation1 hour(s) 10 minute(s) A service orientation is a mindset in an organization—a culture more than a process. Not every organization benefits from a service orientation, but when sales and marketing are more important than the product specs, service becomes the differentiator. Great service can increase loyalty, revenue, and profitability. This course shows how to recognize if service is important for your organization and how to shift to a service-oriented sales culture. Strategy and marketing consultant Robbie Baxter also outlines the types of service-oriented selling and explains how to overcome some of the unique challenges involved.IntermediateBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Sales
Learning Photoshop Automation2 hour(s) 21 minute(s) Have you ever wished there was a faster way to perform routine tasks in Adobe Photoshop and Bridge? Recover time for more creative work by using actions and batch processing to automate and speed up your workflow. Author Rich Harrington covers everyday batch processing tasks, such as cropping and straightening a catalog of images to predefined dimensions, batch renaming files, and exporting creative assets like contact sheets and web galleries.IntermediateCreativePhotography
Cómo crear una cultura de alto rendimiento1 hour(s) 1 minute(s) Si eres jefe, parte de tu responsabilidad consiste en establecer la cultura de la organización. Para que esta siga siendo competitiva, necesitas crear una cultura de alto rendimiento. En este curso, el asesor de ejecutivos y consultor Mike Figliuolo revela cómo definir la cultura de la empresa, marcar el rumbo, gestionar el rendimiento organizativo y garantizar que los procesos correctos para reforzar la cultura estén en marcha. Mike explica los conceptos mediante consejos prácticos y ejemplos reales.
Grant Writing for Education1 hour(s) 57 minute(s) Learn how to write a grant proposal. Explore the process of finding, applying for, and being successful in seeking grant money for educational causes. This course covers the basics of grant writing, including understanding a Request for Proposal (RFP) or grant solicitation; finding grants that are relevant to your project from governments, foundations, and even corporations; and writing proposals in a way that shares the educational need and story. Educator and experienced grant writer Karl Kapp also reviews the most common grant-writing mistakes, and provides worksheets and examples of winning grants in the exercise files.IntermediateBusinessTraining and Education
Cisco Certifications: First Steps0 hour(s) 41 minute(s) Planning a career in IT? Cisco certification opens the door to many entry-level jobs, including jobs in network administration, security, and cloud computing. This course prepares anyone planning to pursue Cisco certification to understand the options available and the tools needed to succeed. Review the different paths; the devices, practice environments, and simulators involved; and additional resources for study. Explore the many levels of certification, from associate to architect, and get study tips that you can use on any one of the exams. Each tip is relevant to the 2020 certifications, which have been updated to reflect the latest technologies and job roles.BeginnerTechnologyNetwork and System Administration
Creative Cloud práctico: Diseño de cartel tipográfico1 hour(s) 40 minute(s) Siempre que diseñamos podemos realizar el trabajo unido exclusivamente con una aplicación o con más de una, y en los ejemplos que vamos a ver en este curso, vamos a trabajar las dos posibilidades: un cartel realizado única y exclusivamente con Illustrator, y otro combinando trabajo de Illustrator con Photoshop para darle un volumen y un acabado muy difícil de conseguir con otra aplicación.
Lightroom 4 esencial7 hour(s) 5 minute(s) Con este curso conocerás la herramienta profesional por excelencia en el mundo de la edición de imagen. Gracias a Adobe Lightroom 4.0 podrás tener tus imágenes catalogadas y ordenadas de una forma fácil y sencilla al tiempo que cuentas con un potente software de edición fotográfica, que también te ofrece la posibilidad de editar los archivos de vídeo de tu cámara réflex digital o preparar todas tus imágenes para crear un libro en Blurb de la mano de video2brain.
Photoshop CC: Mejoras y modificaciones mediante plugins1 hour(s) 23 minute(s) Saca mayor partido a los plugins Dfine, Perfect Resize y Sharpener. Con este curso video2brain aprenderemos a mejorar los ajustes preestablecidos para conseguir un resultado digno de los mayores profesionales de la industria.
Learning Program Management0 hour(s) 51 minute(s) What is the difference between a project and a program? What do program managers do? These questions and others are answered in this course which covers the essentials of program management. Learn about the skills needed to be a program manager. Discover the milestones and phases involved in the life cycle of a program—from planning to delivery and beyond. Find out how to manage programs, align programs to business strategies, deliver beneficial results, communicate with stakeholders, govern program activities, map program schedules, and support integral program processes.IntermediateBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Project Management
Sales: Closing a Complex Sale1 hour(s) 33 minute(s) Complex sales have multiple influencers and stakeholders, and sometimes face multiple competitors. There are a lot of factors for the buyer to juggle. This complexity can lead to lost revenue, longer sales cycles, and unpredictable outcomes. By understanding the buyer's problem and simplifying the value of your solution, you will be better positioned to close the deal. Watch this course with sales coach Jeff Bloomfield to find out how to systematically navigate the process of a complex sale, and receive the tactics and tools to increase your likelihood of sales success. Learn how to understand your buyers by examining their journey in a new way, and discover how to clearly articulate and defend the unique value of your product.IntermediateBusinessBusiness Analysis and Strategy, Leadership and Management
Cisco ICND2 Cert Prep: Infrastructure Services2 hour(s) 8 minute(s) Earning the Cisco CCNA Routing and Switching certification is a testament to your understanding of networking technologies. In this course, explore the infrastructure services offered by Cisco, and prepare for the infrastructure services portion of the Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices Part 2 (ICND2) exam—one of two qualifying exams for the CCNA Routing and Switching certification. Instructor Russell Long covers the objectives for this portion of the exam, discussing some of the infrastructure services offered by Cisco, and demonstrating how to configure and troubleshoot many of these services. He covers the Hot Standby Routing Protocol (HSRP), cloud resources, access control lists (ACLs), and more.IntermediateTechnologyNetwork and System Administration
Photoshop CC 2017 Essential Training: Photography2 hour(s) 53 minute(s) Whether you're an experienced photographer or someone who has just recently purchased a camera, learning how to use Photoshop is the best investment you can make to get the most out of your photographs. In Photoshop CC 2017 Essential Training: Photography, Julieanne Kost focuses on Photoshop's most powerful features and techniques specifically for photographers, with the goal of removing technical barriers so you can master the technology, start creating as soon as possible, and quickly get the results you want. Photoshop CC picks up where Adobe Camera Raw and Lightroom leave off, and is loaded with tools and features that can help take your photography to the next level. This course demonstrates the most efficient and nondestructive ways to perform essential editing tasks, including retouching, color and tonal correction, compositing multiple photographs, and adding creative effects—all while maintaining the highest-quality images. Along the way, you will learn the secrets of features such as layers, Smart Objects, adjustment layers, blend modes, fill layers, filters, layer masks, and painting as well as master other features that make Photoshop the most popular and powerful image-editing software on the market.BeginnerCreativePhotography
PowerShell for SQL Server Administration2 hour(s) 0 minute(s) Since SQL Server database administrators are typically charged with managing multiple machines, PowerShell—which enables administrators to manage large numbers of servers—is an especially valuable tool to master. In this course, instructor Denny Cherry shows SQL Server administrators how to use PowerShell to automate server management. Discover how to work with PowerShell to create objects, populate and delete data from tables, and remote to other servers. Plus, see how to loop constructs in PowerShell and make data available for transfer to third-party platforms.IntermediateTechnologyNetwork and System Administration, Database Management
Ableton Push: Making Music2 hour(s) 26 minute(s) Imagine making digital music without having to touch or even look at your computer. The future is here with the Ableton Push, which allows you to compose melodies and basslines, make beats, arrange music, mix and master your tracks, and perform live—all from an intuitive, touch-sensitive interface. Join author and DJ Yeuda Ben-Atar, aka Side Brain, for an introduction to creating and performing music with Push and the brand new Push 2. First, Yeuda demystifies the many trigger pads, knobs, and buttons on the Push and shows how to map the device to Ableton Live. Next, learn to browse and load sounds and create drumbeats with the step sequencer. Humanize the sound of these beats by changing individual note velocity, length, and position and adding in quantization and swing. Then, learn to play Push like a pitched instrument, and use it to remotely control a Live set and Live devices. Along the way, Yeuda offers valuable lessons about basic music theory—concepts like notes, chords, scales, and time signature—that will make your experience with Push more rewarding.IntermediateCreativeAudio and Music
AWS CLI: Tips and Tricks1 hour(s) 49 minute(s) Get quick tips for carrying out common tasks in Amazon Web Services (AWS) using PowerShell and the command-line interfaces (CLIs) available from Amazon. This course is a collection of standalone videos created by the subject matter experts at TechSnips—an IT career development platform. Each video covers an important CLI-related task for AWS administrators, including managing CloudWatch and Elastic Beanstalk, working with Lambda and PowerShell, and backing up and restoring Amazon RDS databases. You can also explore how to perform identity and access management, MySQL deployments, and EC2 and S3 management, all through the command line. Start watching to learn how to leverage these powerful scripting tools to reduce your overhead, speed up routine administration, and troubleshoot your AWS systems and services.IntermediateTechnologyCloud Computing
HTML Essential Training5 hour(s) 54 minute(s) HTML is the programming language that powers the web. And like any language, once you master it, you can begin to create your own content, whether that's simple websites or complex web applications. This course provides an in-depth look at the essentials: the syntax of HTML and best practices for writing and editing your code. Senior staff author James Williamson reviews the structure of a typical HTML document, and shows how to section pages and format your content with HTML. Plus, learn how to create links and lists, and find out how HTML works with CSS and JavaScript to create rich, engaging user experiences. So open a text editor, watch these videos, and begin learning to author HTML the right way.BeginnerTechnology, CreativeWeb Development, Web Design
3ds Max: Substance to V-Ray1 hour(s) 56 minute(s) Discover how to leverage the substance-based toolset from Allegorithmic with V-Ray in 3ds Max. In this course, explore the various workflow requirements and options that are available when using the Substance Designer, Substance Painter, and Bitmap2Material applications with 3ds Max and V-Ray. Brian Bradley explains what substance-based tools are, and how to use them with the 3ds Max application. He also demonstrates how to create materials from photographic assets, how to work with substances and maps from Substance Designer, and how to export maps from Substance Painter.IntermediateCreativeVisualization and Real-Time, Product and Manufacturing, Motion Graphics and VFX, AEC, Animation and Illustration
Telling a Story with Adobe Spark3 hour(s) 15 minute(s) Graphic design is all about telling stories. In this course, author Rich Harrington shows how to tell your story with Adobe Spark, the free web-based design tool that's also available as three great apps. First, Rich covers how to upload content to Spark. If you have access to Spark premium features, you may be interested in the tutorials that cover building out your brand by uploading assets such as logos and custom fonts to Spark. Then Rich covers the three feature-rich toolsets that fall under the Spark umbrella. Learn how to create graphics for print or web with Spark Post, create dynamic webpages and presentations with Spark Page, and build short video stories with Spark Video. Plus, learn how to manage the content and templates you have stored in Adobe Spark, including backing up and syncing content across desktop and mobile.BeginnerCreativePhotography
Publicaciones digitales: InDesign y HTML5 con in51 hour(s) 57 minute(s) Este curso de HTML5 con InDesign CC explora las posibilidades de in5, capaz de exportar documentos en forma de página web o bien en forma de presentación HTML5 y Web Apps, aplicaciones interactivas basadas en HTML5 que funcionan en iPad tanto online como offline; conservando la maquetación tal como aparece en InDesign CC, y aprovechando los elementos multimedia e interactivos, como vídeos, botones o animaciones.
CSS Essential Training4 hour(s) 28 minute(s) Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is a stylesheet language that allows you to control the appearance of your webpages. In this hands-on course, Christina Truong demonstrates the concepts that form the foundation of CSS, explaining what you need to know to tweak existing CSS and write your own. Christina explains how to add colors and other design elements to take your webpages beyond just black text on a white background. She shows how to use selectors, how the box model defines the spacing and sizing of page elements, and how to style text and manage basic layouts with Flexbox and Grid. She also covers working with advanced selectors, creating fluid layouts, and determining when to use the float and position properties. Plus, at the end of the course, you'll walk away with an actual project—an online résumé page.BeginnerTechnologyWeb Development
Illustrator CS6 Essential Training8 hour(s) 48 minute(s) Adobe Illustrator can be used to accomplish many different design tasks, from illustration to app development. This course demonstrates core concepts and techniques that can be applied to any workflow—for print, the web, or building assets that will find their way into other applications. Author Justin Seeley explains the elements that make up vector graphics (paths, strokes, and fills) while showing how to use each of the drawing tools, and demonstrates how to combine and clean up paths and organize them into groups and layers. The course also covers text editing, working with color, effects, and much more.BeginnerCreativeAnimation and Illustration, Graphic Design
After Effects Guru: Keying with Keylight1 hour(s) 3 minute(s) Keylight is a powerful keyer turned After Effects plugin. It was developed for use in features films and is now available with every copy of After Effects. In this course, Luisa Winters helps you understand what keying is, how Keylight works, and how to get the best green-screen footage from your shoot while in production. Then she demonstrates basic keying and techniques for refining mattes, using masks, and correcting color. Use these tips to create your own amazing composites in After Effects. It all starts with a great key!IntermediateCreativeVideo, Motion Graphics and VFX
After Effects CC avanzado: Alpha y track matte2 hour(s) 51 minute(s) Analiza en este curso avanzado de After Effects las implicaciones del canal alpha, habitualmente utilizado en los flujos de trabajo audiovisual que involucran cualquier producción con o sin grafismo añadido. Descubre su importancia en los trabajos que generemos, en el material que importemos y, por supuesto, en las exportaciones que llevemos a cabo. Profundiza en técnicas de postproducción como el track matte, y modos de fusión, todas ellas basadas en los mismos principios fundamentales y destinados a generar transparencia.
Learning Data Science: Tell Stories With Data1 hour(s) 17 minute(s) Many anthropologists believe our early ancestors built societies around campfire stories about justice, leadership, and government. Your data science teams will also have complex ideas about their data and results. That's why it takes a well-structured story to communicate these insights to the rest of your organization. It's not simply a matter of creating the perfect Excel sheet or a beautiful graph. You need to tell a story that captures your audience's imagination and encourages them to take some action. In this course, instructor Doug Rose explains how to weave together a great data science story and draw your audience into the story to communicate complex ideas and motivate everyone to make real changes.Technology, BusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Data Science, Business Software and Tools, Business Analysis and Strategy, Professional Development, Leadership and Management
Nathan Shedroff on Design Strategy and the Merging of Business and Design1 hour(s) 45 minute(s) Nathan Shedroff researches, speaks, and teaches about meaning, innovation, and interfaces. He is the chair of two groundbreaking MBA programs at the California College of the Arts that marry design and business. In this exclusive interview, conducted in partnership with the AIGA Design Conference, Kristin Ellison talks to Nathan about the ways he's helping designers merge the qualitative and quantitative to better understand customers and pitch ideas to company leaders. Nathan explains what business has to learn from design (tolerance for ambiguity) as well as what design has to learn from business (comfort with data and communication skills). He also touches on redefining the word "value," design thinking, and deliberate design that improves customers' lives.Creative, BusinessGraphic Design, User Experience, Small Business and Entrepreneurship
Excel 2013: Shortcuts3 hour(s) 16 minute(s) Discover over 65 tips, tricks, and shortcuts in Microsoft Excel. In this course, Curt Frye reveals how to invoke commands, manage and organize data, and build formulas in Excel. Curt shares his power shortcuts for saving time on basic tasks, from entering data and selecting cell ranges to summarizing data with charts and tables and quickly finding information.IntermediateBusinessBusiness Software and Tools
Learning Webpack 31 hour(s) 4 minute(s) webpack is a great addition to a front-end developer's toolset. It's a module bundler suitable for the largest single-page web applications, and it can process JavaScript, CSS, and more. With webpack, web development is faster, more efficient, and fun. Learn the basics of webpack 3, in this introductory course with Eve Porcello. Discover how to install webpack, run a build, and edit the config file to facilitate automation. Find out how to use loaders to run tasks and process files such as CSS, SCSS, and inline images. Eve then demos webpack plugins for managing tasks such as code splitting and minification.IntermediateTechnologyWeb Development
Cloud Hadoop: Scaling Apache Spark3 hour(s) 13 minute(s) Apache Hadoop and Spark make it possible to generate genuine business insights from big data. The Amazon cloud is natural home for this powerful toolset, providing a variety of services for running large-scale data-processing workflows. Learn to implement your own Apache Hadoop and Spark workflows on AWS in this course with big data architect Lynn Langit. Explore deployment options for production-scaled jobs using virtual machines with EC2, managed Spark clusters with EMR, or containers with EKS. Learn how to configure and manage Hadoop clusters and Spark jobs with Databricks, and use Python or the programming language of your choice to import data and execute jobs. Plus, learn how to use Spark libraries for machine learning, genomics, and streaming. Each lesson helps you understand which deployment option is best for your workload.BeginnerTechnologyCloud Computing, DevOps, Data Science
Migrating Access Databases to SQL Server2 hour(s) 38 minute(s) At one point Access was adequate. But what happens when your database grows and you need more powerful tools? You can move it! Migration allows you to take advantage of SQL Server's advanced features, and maintain a link to the data in Access. Watch this course to learn how to leverage what you already know to take that next step. Adam Wilbert reviews the basics of SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) and introduces two workflows for migrating Access data: one using a simple export/import process and the other using the free SQL Server Migration Assistant (SSMA). He also shows how to convert Access to SQL data types, link Access to SQL data via an ODBC connection, and address special concerns for Access 2010 data.IntermediateBusiness, TechnologyContinuing Education (CEU), Business Software and Tools, Software Development, Database Management, Data Science
Windows Performance Toolkit: Virus Analysis0 hour(s) 29 minute(s) What happens when your computer starts acting unpredictably, keeps shutting down, or stops responding all together? A virus is the likely culprit. The Windows Performance Toolkit provides tools to catch threats that anti-virus programs miss. In this course, Thomas Pantels shows how to inspect a self-replicating virus that injects its own malicious source code into other normal Windows programs and files. These newly infected files further spread the virus when they are executed. By analyzing CPU usage and file I/O activity with Windows Performance Analyzer, you can isolate the virus and remove it from your system permanently.IntermediateTechnologySoftware Development
Build Your Own Professional Training: Quick Start Guide0 hour(s) 38 minute(s) So you want to develop a successful training program. Where do you start? Right here! This fun and fast-paced course is for people with little or no experience building internal training—but who need to start now. Instructor David Brownlee has developed a quick start guide to developing a professional training program. It’s a blueprint you can use to create amazing training in any subject, at any time, and deliver it with confidence. Learn how to set your goals before you begin, select the right medium, and use the art of storytelling to maximize learning engagement and retention. Long-time instructor and training developer David Brownlee also explains how to use video, design, and graphics effectively, and evaluate the effectiveness of your program over time.BeginnerBusinessTraining and Education
Isotope.js: Advanced Filtering2 hour(s) 21 minute(s) Isotope.js is a simple tool that helps you create advanced tile-based layouts and enable dynamic sorting and filtering of content right in the browser. You may have seen it used in interactive features for the New York Times, on NASA's front page, and in other websites featuring tiled galleries. This course shows not only how Isotope works but also how to integrate it with WordPress and other content management systems for super advanced functionality. Follow along with instructor Morten Rand-Hendriksen and find out how to bypass common implementation issues, configure layout modes, supercharge Isotope.js with extra features, make seamless user experiences with advanced URL hashes, and more. Take the time to learn Isotope today and take a lot of the grunt work out of your JavaScript development tomorrow.AdvancedTechnologyWeb Development
Novedades Visual Studio 20171 hour(s) 20 minute(s) Aprende en este curso cuáles son las mejoras introducidas en la versión de Visual Studio 2017. Conoce el nuevo instalador que permite tratar al programa de una forma más modular, descubre el incremento de rendimiento tanto en la apertura de proyectos como en la depuración y, en general, en el funcionamiento del programa, y familiarízate con las nuevas opciones del IDE, como en el uso de IntelliSense, el uso de EditorConfig o la posibilidad de editar y continuar para hacer modificaciones en vivo sobre aplicaciones basadas en XAML. Anímate a conocer el nuevo Visual Studio 2017.
Computer Science Principles: Programming1 hour(s) 25 minute(s) Programming is what allows us to make computers, devices, and the Internet perform amazing tasks, entertain us, and simplify our lives. While programming seems complicated, every programming challenge can be broken down into sections of code that you can define, control, and even reuse. You can learn the basic concepts of coding without needing to know a specific programming language. Join Doug Winnie as he explains the principles of programming and helps you connect to core concepts by exploring three ways that programmers perform their jobs. Doug starts by sharing the history of coding and then dives into functions, values, variables, and parameters used to define actions. He covers capturing input from users, creating conditional tests, using loops with arrays, and object-oriented programming basics. He also takes you beyond programming, into processes like debugging, refactoring, and building iteratively.BeginnerTechnologySoftware Development
Recession-Proof Career Strategies1 hour(s) 5 minute(s) You can't control when the next recession will hit—but that doesn't mean your career is at the mercy of the market. Economist Jason Schenker shares six key strategies that can help you manage your career—and even thrive—when the market takes a turn. Throughout this course, Jason shares practical tactics that can help you become recession proof. Learn how to prepare for a recession—of company, industry, or country—before it even hits; how to dig in and fight a recession; how to invest in yourself during challenging economic times; and more. Plus, learn about the different varieties of recessions, as well as how to determine if one is imminent.BusinessCareer Development, Continuing Education (CEU), Finance and Accounting
ITIL® Foundation 4 First Look0 hour(s) 40 minute(s) The release of ITIL® 4 modernizes the popular service management framework, adding coverage of topics such as lean, agile, and DevOps. In this course, get a first look at the ITIL® 4 Foundation exam. ITIL® Expert David Pultorak provides a high-level overview of ITIL® 4, as well as how updates to the framework affect the ITIL® Foundation certification exam. Learn about the similarities and differences between the ITIL 4® and ITIL® v3 Foundation exams and certification schemes, as well as what sparked the creation of ITIL® 4 in the first place. Plus, explore the seven guiding principles of ITIL® 4, the four dimensions of service management, the components of the ITIL® 4 service value system, and more. ITIL® is a registered trademark of AXELOS Limited.BeginnerTechnologyNetwork and System Administration
OS X Server para gestión de dispositivos móviles2 hour(s) 12 minute(s) Apple te ofrece a través de OS X Server la posibilidad de tener una solución sencilla pero potente de MDM con la que gestionar grandes flotas de dispositivos móviles. Aprende en este curso cómo configurar el servidor de Apple para poder utilizar el Gestor de Perfiles. Configura y aplica diversas restricciones que te permitan tener un control absoluto de lo que podrán realizar tus dispositivos iOS así como los equipos con OS X.
Word 2016 esencial4 hour(s) 6 minute(s) Un curso como el que tenemos delante, y que trata una materia como es Word 2016, es de esos cursos que aportan una buena dosis de valía profesional al curriculum de cualquier profesional. Practicamente, podríamos decir que no hay puesto de trabajo o sector académico que no utilice un procesador de textos. Así, es evidente que el manejo de plantillas, la combinación de correspondencia, el formato de párrafos, la inserción de índices o portadas, etc., son temáticas que no pueden faltar entre nuestros conocimientos.
Sharepoint Online esencial4 hour(s) 33 minute(s) Domina la plataforma de colaboración empresarial Microsoft Sharepoint Online. Comparte y administra contenido, conocimientos y aplicaciones para fortalecer el trabajo en equipo. Conoce los sitios de grupo, la bibliotecas de documentos, las listas y las aplicaciones. Aprende cómo crear plantillas, a personalizar sitios, paginas y cómo funciona la sincronización con Office 365. Consigue aumentar la productividad en tu flujo de trabajo diario con Sharepoint Online.
WordPress: Ask the Instructor0 hour(s) 26 minute(s) Got WordPress questions? Here are some answers. In this short course, instructor Morten-Rand Hendriksen answers several frequently asked questions about WordPress. Get practical insights on WordPress security and plugins, advice on choosing a WordPress host, and more. Help us innovate! This course is part of our ongoing effort to address questions from our members. We’d love your feedback. Would you like to see more Q&A videos like this? Please use the Feedback button to let us know.IntermediateTechnologyWeb Development
Fundamentos del diseño: Tipografía1 hour(s) 58 minute(s) En este curso, nos basaremos en los 500 años de experiencia en el uso de la tipografía como vehículo de la comunicación escrita, y la adaptaremos a nuestros proyectos. Gracias a la tipografía, conseguirás que tus textos pasen de ser algo simplemente legible a un sistema hermoso que atrae la atención y mantiene al lector inmerso en tu contenido. A lo largo de este curso, conocerás a los autores que han marcado el camino y aprenderás a reconocer las técnicas aplicadas a una mejor lectura y una bella composición. Todo ello mediante ejemplos reales.
LinkedIn Learning Highlights: Data Science and Analytics0 hour(s) 42 minute(s) In the growing field of data science, there's always something new to learn. And whether you're looking to break into this exciting field—or just keep your data science and analytics skills sharp—LinkedIn Learning has courses that can help. Enjoy this selection of curated highlights from our very best data science courses. Dive into the basics of data ethics and privacy. Learn how to work with data analytics platforms and tools, help others visualize data, and apply advanced knowledge of machine learning, deep learning, and neural networks. Plus, discover how to solve problems by working with tools like R, Python, and SQL, explore business intelligence and Power BI, and more.Technology, BusinessData Science, Business Analysis and Strategy, Project Management
Creating a Security Awareness Program1 hour(s) 1 minute(s) By implementing a security awareness program, you can turn people into assets—not fragile targets. A truly robust and mature security program makes educating employees a top priority in a company's overall multilayered approach. In this course, Lauren Zink shows how to develop and implement a successful, ongoing security awareness program that's so much more than just one phishing simulation or an annual required training. True security awareness necessitates year-round, relevant, and tailored training and communications that create an overall cultural shift you can measure. Through this course, discover how to sketch out your program plan, create a budget, leverage creative approaches for keeping your employees engaged, and assess the effectiveness of your program.BeginnerTechnologySecurity
Microsoft 365: Application Management1 hour(s) 9 minute(s) Microsoft 365 is a complete, intelligent solution that includes Office 365, Windows 10, and Enterprise Mobility + Security. The applications in Office 365 have the highest visibility to your users, so they’re critical to get right. This course presents fundamental concepts for enterprise administrators that are planning, migrating, deploying, and managing the applications in Microsoft 365. Microsoft MVP Brien Posey covers automated installation, customization, upgrades, and many other important topics. He also helps you troubleshoot deployment and migration-related challenges that you may encounter in the real world.IntermediateTechnologyCloud Computing
Deke's Techniques143 hour(s) 53 minute(s) This course is a collection of short Photoshop and Illustrator projects and creative effects that can be completed in ten minutes or less. The series is taught by computer graphics guru Deke McClelland, and presented in his signature step-by-step style. The intent is to reveal how various Photoshop and Illustrator features can be combined and leveraged in real-world examples so that they can be applied to creative projects right away. Note: Because this is an ongoing series, viewers will not receive a certificate of completion.IntermediateCreativePhotography, Graphic Design, Animation and Illustration
Organization Design0 hour(s) 55 minute(s) In order to attract top talent and execute strategies effectively, it's imperative that you make your company a vibrant, engaging place to work. By gaining a solid foundation in organization design, you can learn how to build a high-performing organization that thrives in a complex business environment. In this course, Amy Kates shares a practical approach to organization design, providing you with a complete overview of the core models, methods, and tools used by organization design practitioners. She shows how to create alignment between components of an organization, select structure and integration options, match talent to an organization, and manage the organization design process.AdvancedBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Business Analysis and Strategy, Leadership and Management, Professional Development
Code Clinic: C++1 hour(s) 39 minute(s) Successful programmers know more than just how to code. They also know how to think about solving problems. Code Clinic is a series of courses in which our instructors solve the same problems using different programming languages. In each course, instructors provide tips and tricks for working in a particular language and help you grasp why you might want to learn one language over another. Here, Olivia Stone works with C++. Throughout the course, Olivia provides an overview of her solutions to different challenges in C++. Challenges include topics such as geolocation, face recognition, and accessing peripherals. Visit other courses in the series to see how to solve the same challenges in languages like JavaScript, PHP, Python, Ruby, Go, and Swift.IntermediateTechnologySoftware Development
Aperture: Portrait Retouching1 hour(s) 55 minute(s) Portraits require a subtle hand when it comes to retouching, and Aperture's toolset is just the ticket for performing natural-looking enhancements. Derrick Story shows how to choose your best shots, assess the composition, and start the correction process. Learn how to smooth skin, brighten teeth and eyes, adjust the color of clothing and backgrounds, and add a vignette that draws more focus to your subject. Plus, get creative by converting your portrait to black and white, adding sepia toning, or brushing in effects.IntermediateCreativePhotography
Cert Prep: Excel Associate - Microsoft Office Specialist for Office 2019 and Office 3653 hour(s) 34 minute(s) Demonstrate your knowledge of Excel 2019 by becoming a Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS). Get training to prepare for the Excel Associate certification exams for Office 365 and Office 2019. This course, created by Microsoft Certified Instructor and MOS Master Jennifer McBee, helps you prepare for the five main areas of focus for the Excel Associate Office 365 and Office 2019 exams: managing worksheets and workbooks, managing data cells and ranges, managing tables and table data, performing operations with formulas and functions, and managing charts. The course includes an overview of the MOS certification program, its costs, and all the exam objectives. Follow along with the downloadable sample files. Then take the full-length practice test at the end of the course to test your skills and speed.IntermediateBusinessBusiness Software and Tools
WordPress: Building Progressive Themes with WP Rig2 hour(s) 20 minute(s) WP Rig, a new toolkit, makes building progressive themes in WordPress easy. It ships with a fully styled starter theme that can be easily customized, and it lints, optimizes, and minifies your changes as you code, making your themes as fast and performant as possible. In this course, instructor Morten Rand-Henriksen shows how to install and configure WP Rig and build a new progressive theme right out of the box. Learn how to edit the underlying CSS, PHP, and JavaScript code and add advanced features such as widgets, custom menus, backgrounds, and logos. Watch a practical example of how to extend WP Rig. Plus, see demonstrations of how to add a footer widget, build a basic component, and export a theme.BeginnerTechnologyWeb Development
Learning Outlook 20160 hour(s) 48 minute(s) Get started with Microsoft Outlook 2016. This fast-paced, beginner-level course will help new users set up and use Outlook on Windows. Jess Stratton shows how to set up Outlook email accounts, read and organize mail, compose new emails, work with attachments, and handle junk mail. The course also covers creating new contacts and using the calendar.BeginnerBusinessBusiness Software and Tools
Aprende LinkedIn Recruiter (2019)0 hour(s) 42 minute(s) Aprende a sacar el máximo partido a Linkedin Recruiter y sus herramientas para optimizar tu flujo de trabajo a la hora de buscar talentos. Conoce las funcionalidades que te permitirán acceder a los candidatos que te interesan usando filtros avanzados y proyectos. Por ultimo, consigue publicar ofertas dinámicas de anuncios y revisar su rendimiento.
Operational Excellence Work-Out and Kaizen Facilitator1 hour(s) 10 minute(s) If you are assigned to lead a Lean Six Sigma Work-Out or Kaizen event in your organization, where do you start? This course provides training on how to prepare, plan, and conduct these intensive working sessions. Dr. Richard Chua—an author, professor, and certified Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt trainer—explains what a Work-Out or Kaizen event is and how to prepare and plan, including developing the purpose, scope, and detailed agenda; selecting Lean Six Sigma tools; and deciding who to invite. He also shows how to conduct different types of events and follow-up. Sample detailed agendas are provided. Note: This course does not cover general meeting facilitation. It is specific to planning Work-Outs and Kaizen events. Any prerequisite training in the Operational Excellence and Six Sigma learning paths should be completed beforehand.IntermediateBusinessProject Management, Continuing Education (CEU), Business Analysis and Strategy
Wireshark: Malware and Forensics1 hour(s) 52 minute(s) Security devices on a network scoop up traffic and then analyze the field values to allow or deny specific traffic. As smart as the devices are, there are times when some threats slip through the cracks. Wireshark is a free protocol analysis tool that is used to baseline a network, actively monitor changes, identify common attack signatures, build firewall rules, detect issues, and quickly remove threats from the network. This course covers how to use Wireshark for deep packet analysis, capturing, and forensics. Learn how to keep your networks secure against malware and cyberattacks by implementing solutions that detect and handle unusual traffic.IntermediateTechnologySecurity
Photography 1012 hour(s) 10 minute(s) Today's cameras put an amazing amount of power in your hands, but all those buttons, dials, and settings can be pretty intimidating. In Photography 101, photographer Joseph ["PhotoJoseph"] Linaschke helps you understand what's going on inside your camera, explaining photography fundamentals like what aperture is and how shutter speed works. Learn basics such as how to hold the camera, what various modes mean and when to use them, and even how and when to use the camera's flash. There's also creative instruction to guide you toward becoming a better photographer. As you become more comfortable with your gear, you'll find that many creative possibilities open up for you and the quality of your photography improves.BeginnerCreativePhotography
Excel 2016: Conditional Formatting in Depth1 hour(s) 1 minute(s) Excel's conditional formatting feature allows you to highlight data based on cell contents, making it easy to spot trends and patterns and emphasize key results. Though this process can be quick and easy, many Excel users don't know how to use conditional formatting to its fullest potential. In this brief course, Excel trainer Dennis Taylor walks you through how to apply and customize conditional formatting to quickly pinpoint variances in your data. Dennis begins with a demonstration of how to format based on cell content or formulas. Next, he shows how to go beyond Excel's default formatting (cell highlighting) by using data bars, icon sets, and color scales. Lastly, Dennis shows how to apply conditional formatting across rows, including how to highlight PivotTable results and incorporate check boxes and data validation pick lists to create dynamic visual displays.IntermediateBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Business Software and Tools
Learning EDIUS 63 hour(s) 18 minute(s) EDIUS is well-established as the nonlinear editor of choice for many broadcasters, partly because of its fantastic real-time support for multiple formats (which makes it great for news broadcasting) and partly because it is one of the most user-friendly systems on the market. This workshop from experienced editor and author Maxim Jago covers all the core editing skills, workflows, and technologies needed to unlock the potential of EDIUS and its very powerful real-time effects, multi-format editing, and multi-camera support.BeginnerCreativeVideo
WordPress for Education: Multisite1 hour(s) 55 minute(s) WordPress in the Classroom: Multisite shows educators how to create and manage multiple WordPress sites from a single WordPress install by enabling the hidden Multisite features of WordPress. As an intermediate-level course, it assumes a basic working knowledge of WordPress, including WordPress plugins, themes, and templates. The techniques can be used for managing any type of network of WordPress sites, but author Chris Mattia concentrates on two scenarios: student-run blogs and websites for each class or section you teach. He also helps you set up a template that fits your teaching style, manage users across multiple sites, and leverage smart plugins such as MultiSite Clone Duplicator. These tips will help you streamline the technology, so you can spend more time engaging with students.IntermediateBusinessTraining and Education
AWS DevOps: Continuous Docker Deployment to AWS Fargate from GitLab1 hour(s) 25 minute(s) Fargate makes it easy to host and scale your Docker containers on AWS; GitLab can quickly deploy your containers to Fargate so you can release early and often. Learn how to combine these two tools into an automated, continuous DevOps pipeline that makes deploying and scaling your container-based applications a quick and easy endeavor. Instructor Jeremy “JV” Villeneuve first shows how to install and configure GitLab using the official Docker image, and maintain GitLab through regular automated backups and upgrades. Then he explains how to create ECS clusters to run containers on Fargate via the ECS Fargate command-line interface (CLI). Finally, learn how to script deployment of new containers from GitLab to Fargate and test your setup to ensure everything works as planned.AdvancedTechnologyDevOps, Cloud Computing
SharePoint Online: Working in the Modern Experience1 hour(s) 16 minute(s) The modern experience in SharePoint is designed to be a simplified, more flexible interface for SharePoint Online. In addition to a different look, the modern experience offers new features, changes common workflows, and eliminates some features of the classic SharePoint experience. In this course, instructor Phil Gold walks you through the differences between the modern and classic experiences, and teaches how you can make the transition to the modern experience. He also covers how to take advantage of the new workflows and updated tools.IntermediateBusinessBusiness Software and Tools
Learning FL Studio 122 hour(s) 3 minute(s) Up and Running with FL Studio prepares music producers and audio engineers to work on real-world projects with FL Studio, the powerful digital audio workstation on par with Ableton Live and Pro Tools. Author Stefan Loader reviews the most important parts of the interface and then dives deep into the step sequencer, showing how to create a beat, add samples and instruments, use the Piano Roll, and record MIDI tracks. He also demonstrates how to use Fl Studio's built-in plugins, automation, patterns, and effects to develop the sound of your song, and export it for sharing with the world.BeginnerCreativeAudio and Music
Learning Autodesk Subassembly Composer1 hour(s) 48 minute(s) Subassemblies are the building blocks of corridor design, crucial for the development of roads, highways, and railways. AutoCAD Civil 3D users can compose complex subassemblies visually, using a powerful yet easy-to-use Subassembly Composer, which installs directly with Civil 3D. Learn how to use the Subassembly Composer to create subassemblies that meet your specific design requirements, in this course with Christopher Roberts, PE. Follow along as Christopher shows how to define a custom subassembly and add parameters, points, links, and shapes. See a preview of the subassembly geometry, and test how the subassembly behaves with different target values and conditions. Then find out how to make your subassemblies even more powerful with Visual Basic code. Christopher provides a "cookbook" of recipes for adding decision making, enumerations, switches, and variables to subassemblies, for more complex logic and automation. Last but not least, get some additional resources for working with the built-in PKT files, style guides, and the geometric looping function new in 2016.BeginnerCreativeAEC
SketchUp: Rendering with V-Ray3 hour(s) 48 minute(s) Create highly realistic 3D architectural drawings with V-Ray, a popular third-party renderer for SketchUp. This course shows how to take a single scene with interior/exterior elements and add lights, move cameras, and enhance objects with translucent and reflective surfaces. Author Brian Bradley explains concepts like irradiance mapping, perspective correction, and fixed rate sampling, while showing how to leverage each of the V-Ray tools and its material and lighting types to achieve specific effects.IntermediateCreativeVisualization and Real-Time, Product and Manufacturing, Motion Graphics and VFX, AEC, Animation and Illustration
Captivate 9: Drag-and-Drop Interactions1 hour(s) 27 minute(s) Drag-and-drop interactions keep learners engaged with content, while allowing them to test their skills. This course dives into the drag-and-drop features of Captivate 8, focusing on creating interactive elements that are interesting and fun. Pooja Jaisingh, senior elearning evangelist for Adobe, will help you build your first interaction, turn interactions into questions and practice activities, apply effects, categorize one-to-many and many-to-one objects for easy assembly, and add feedback and advanced actions that will take your drag-and-drop interactions to the next level.IntermediateBusinessTraining and Education
Rocking Your First Retail Sales Job0 hour(s) 23 minute(s) Whether or not retail sales is the profession of your dreams, it's a solid place to kick off your journey into the world of work. The practical things you'll learn on the job—from how money moves through a business to how to lead without formal authority—will serve you well no matter where your career takes you. This course was designed to shine a spotlight on these practical skills, helping you understand how to succeed in your first retail sales job (and beyond). Instructor Elizabeth McLeod provides a primer on how and why your company makes money, helps you determine where your role fits in your overall organization, and shares how to crush it on your very first day at work. Plus, learn how to prioritize what needs fixing around the store, how to ask for raises or promotions, and more.BeginnerBusinessCareer Development, Professional Development
Cosmos DB: Import, Manipulate, Index and Query2 hour(s) 53 minute(s) Azure Cosmos DB is a multi-model database that's globally distributed, and scales remarkably well. In addition to boasting 99.99 % availability within a region, Cosmos DB offers several well-defined consistency models: strong, bounded-staleness, session, eventual, and consistent prefix. In this course, take a coding deep dive into development with Azure Cosmos DB. Instructor Chandler Dhall discusses data import scenarios and data manipulation with stored procedures, as well as querying and indexing.IntermediateTechnologySoftware Development, Cloud Computing
Novedades Dreamweaver CC1 hour(s) 46 minute(s) Adobe ha dado un importante salto con esta versión de Dreamweaver adaptando su programa estrella de desarrollo web a la nueva internet. Descubre con video2brain las novedades de la última versión de Dreamweaver con su nuevo flujo de trabajo. Aprovecha la potencia del diseñador CSS, de las posibilidades de jQuery con los nuevos paneles o del uso de fuentes web con Adobe Edge Web Fonts.
Scala First Look2 hour(s) 46 minute(s) The beauty of Scala is that it provides all the advantages of a new programming methodology while still allowing you to work in a more familiar language—Java. Combining object-oriented and functional concepts, this popular language is concise and eminently scalable. In this course, learn how to use Scala to elegantly handle tasks both large and small. Discover how to install Scala and familiarize yourself with basic concepts like creating variables, defining functions, using sets and arrays, and more.IntermediateTechnologySoftware Development
Planning a Web Design Portfolio: Growing Your Freelance Business1 hour(s) 1 minute(s) A great portfolio can make the difference between landing a new client and losing a sale. In this course, you'll learn the five essential components of an outstanding portfolio, and see how to frame your projects in ways that will appeal to prospective clients. Web design entrepreneur Lauren Bacon helps web designers and other creative professionals think strategically about what projects to feature, how to frame those projects for new prospects, and how to conceptually structure a portfolio that will attract fresh clients and move your business in the right direction.BeginnerCreative, BusinessWeb Design, Small Business and Entrepreneurship
SOLIDWORKS: Piping and Routing1 hour(s) 55 minute(s) The SOLIDWORKS Premium package contains more complex piping and routing features, which enable designers to integrate piping and tubing early on, ensuring operability and serviceability and avoiding extra costs. This course teaches how to use the SOLIDWORKS Premium routing tools for piping and tubing applications. Start by learning exactly what routing is and how it is used. Instructor Erin Winick then explores making routes, sketching pipes, auto-routing, and editing piping. She adds coverings and features such as weld gaps and valves, and creates pipe drawings. She also covers designing with flexible tubing, which is measured, assembled, and routed differently than pipes. After completion of this course, users should understand all basic functionality of piping and routing in SOLIDWORKS, including the related parts libraries.BeginnerCreativeAEC, Product and Manufacturing, Visualization and Real-Time, Animation and Illustration
WordPress: Building Child Themes2 hour(s) 4 minute(s) Learning how to create a child theme is the first step to becoming a WordPress developer. Child themes are a great entry point, as they’re built on top of an existing theme with a properly coded foundation. The skills you use during development are the same ones you leverage for writing brand-new themes and plugins. Learn how to use child themes to create your own custom, stylish new WordPress sites—without the advanced knowledge of a web developer. Instructor Patrick Rauland explains how to get started picking a parent theme, updating the CSS, creating a new template for your child theme, and updating its functionality. By the end of this practical, project-based course, you should have a functioning child theme and the skills to quickly customize your next WordPress site.IntermediateTechnologyWeb Development
Mobile for Business: Setting Up Your iPad and iPhone1 hour(s) 37 minute(s) Use your iPhone and iPad to accomplish critical business tasks. This course, from our Mobile for Business series, covers connecting an iOS device to a company network via Wi-Fi or secure VPN, setting up work email, and synching contacts and calendars. Along the way, author Nick Brazzi provides tips for giving presentations from your iPad or iPhone and customizing your device so it better suits your working style.BeginnerBusinessBusiness Software and Tools
macOS Server Essential Training3 hour(s) 53 minute(s) Learn what you've been missing! Find out how OS X Server 5.0, El Capitan, can increase your productivity. This course shows how to set up OS X Server to ensure years of reliable service and to reap the benefits of enhanced services, like the caching server for iCloud data. Sean Colins, Apple Certified Trainer and owner of CoreQuick, an Apple Professional Services for Education provider, explains how to set up OS X Server's most requested services. He starts with the fundamentals of server administration—that apply to any kind of server—and then looks deeply into server setup, network configuration, file sharing, and caching. Sean also shows how Apple provides a fully functional reference system on which to learn mobile device management with Profile Manager, giving you the power to manage Apple devices by centrally controlling their settings and deploying apps with device-based MDM enrollment. Since collaboration and communication are key features of OS X Server, Sean covers setting up your own email server, collaboration wikis, and even website hosting for Dreamweaver and HTML5 designers. The course concludes with a chapter on OS X Server security and backup procedures to ensure all your hard work is safely secured.BeginnerTechnologyNetwork and System Administration
Building Cloud Connected Universal Windows Apps3 hour(s) 9 minute(s) Universal Windows Platform (UWP) apps work on any device that runs Windows 10. In this course, Daniel Jacobson shows you how to build a UWP app that leverages the power of the cloud. Daniel shows you how to set up and test backend services in the cloud, configure Azure services, work with essential APIs, and more. He also covers building an adaptive user interface, optimizing performance, submitting your app to the Windows Store, and publishing.BeginnerTechnologySoftware Development, Cloud Computing
Selling with Stories, Part 1: What Makes a Great Story?1 hour(s) 22 minute(s) Stories sell. And the people who can tell a good sales story will sell more than people who can't. Having a great product and a good sales pitch just isn't enough anymore. You need great stories to go with them. In this course, learn how to leverage the power of storytelling to sell your product or service. Join Paul Smith—the author of the best-selling book Sell with a Story: How to Capture Attention, Build Trust, and Close the Sale—as he shares how to find, craft, and deliver compelling sales stories that resonate with buyers.BeginnerBusinessSales
Communicating Change in an Enterprise-Wide Transformation0 hour(s) 39 minute(s) Successfully implementing enterprise-wide change requires effort, and having stakeholder buy-in can make a big difference in the outcome. The first step in a successful transformation is effectively communicating the change. From timing to messaging, communicating with intention is essential. Author Sheila Virani walks through the steps of creating a change communication plan designed to increase stakeholder buy-in and promote successful transformation. Learn about how to narrow down the message to four words that resonate with stakeholders, and discover three of the most common communication mistakes. Learn about how to write and track a communication plan, identify and get to know stakeholders, and why timing is a critical component.IntermediateBusinessProfessional Development, Leadership and Management
DevOps Foundations: Site Reliability Engineering1 hour(s) 20 minute(s) Site reliability engineering (SRE) is an emerging paradigm in DevOps. The biggest names in tech—companies like Google, Netflix, Microsoft, and LinkedIn—all use SRE. In fact, industry wide, "site reliability engineer" is replacing "DevOps engineer" in job posts. Simply put, SRE is software engineering applied to operations—for the cloud native era. This course introduces the basics of site reliability engineering, including how SRE fits into DevOps and how it can be integrated into your unique business environment. Instructors Ernest Mueller and James Wickett cover the major areas of expertise, including release engineering, change management, incident management and retrospectives, self-service automation, troubleshooting, performance, and deliberate adversity. Learn how to define reliability through SLAs and SLOs, handle crisis, design distributed systems, and scale your systems and your team. Plus, explore time and project management strategies that bring humanity back to the SRE's job.AdvancedTechnologyDevOps, Network and System Administration
Enhancing a Landscape Photo with Lightroom0 hour(s) 49 minute(s) Learn how to enhance the natural beauty of a landscape photo with Adobe Photoshop Lightroom. In this short start-to-finish editing project, author Jan Kabili walks you through corrections for common issues you may have in your own landscape photos. She shows you how to create a mood with white balance, enhance contrast and detail with tonal adjustments, increase image intensity, make corrections to specific areas of the photo, and export the final processed photo.IntermediateCreativePhotography
Flexible Systems for Visual Identities2 hour(s) 9 minute(s) The antithesis of the static logo is the flexible visual identity: an adaptable design system that can communicate a brand at any size, in any format—maximizing your creative options and your design's continuity. In this course, designer Von Glitschka teaches you how to create a flexible identity system from scratch. He starts with the logo, secondary graphics, and style guide that will provide the basis for your identity system, before diving into specifics such as business cards, letterhead, signage, vehicle wraps, ads, promotional items, and more. Von uses Adobe Illustrator for design and layout, but you can follow along with the software of your choice.IntermediateCreativeGraphic Design
macOS for IT Administrators1 hour(s) 54 minute(s) Effectively work with macOS systems as an IT administrator. In this course, instructor Sean Colins reviews the fundamentals of how the macOS works and how it interacts with management tools, networks, and server systems. Along the way, Sean provides important information regarding the administration of a wide range of macOS versions, and in many cases, when there are breakpoints in a feature or pitfalls that admins should watch out for. He goes over the overall organization of the operating system; what happens at each phase of the startup of a macOS system; MDM management; how Kerberos works in Active Directory; important Apple SSO details; how caching works; how to leverage command-line options for configuration and reporting of the caching service, and much more.IntermediateTechnologyIT Help Desk
Excel Business Intelligence 2: Modelado de datos1 hour(s) 26 minute(s) Aprende a usar Excel para el modelado de datos usando los complementos Power Query y Power Pivot. Entiende cómo normalizar los datos y consigue crear relaciones entre las tablas, modificarlas o establecer jerarquías. Además, usa el editor de Power Query para realizar las consultas, combinarlas o actualizarlas, entre otras muchas acciones.
Agile Testing0 hour(s) 49 minute(s) Learn how to create higher-quality software at a faster clip by implementing agile testing in your organization. Throughout this course, instructor Ash Coleman helps you boost your understanding of the role and methods of software testers, as well as how testing can enhance your agile workflow. To kick things off, Ash goes over the role of the tester in agile teams, detailing how testers govern, monitor, and encourage quality practices. Next, she steps through the agile testing approach and pinpoints where testers can add value. She also helps to acquaint you with key testing processes and responsibilities, including bug tracking; explores both manual testing and test automation; and discusses how continuous integration can be incorporated into the mix.BeginnerTechnologySoftware Development
Dreamweaver CC Essential Training8 hour(s) 11 minute(s) Discover how to use Adobe Dreamweaver CC 2017—the popular web design and development application—to create and publish websites using standards-based technology and a simplified user interface. In this course, David Powers shows how to get started with Dreamweaver, covering the user interface and providing guidance on creating new files, setting up a logical structure for content, and generating clear and accessible code. David explains how to format basic HTML and CSS using the visual and code-based tools in Dreamweaver. He also explores site management techniques, including checking for broken links, connecting to a remote server, and managing multiple sites.BeginnerCreativeWeb Design
Debbie Millman on Branding Design Matters and Personal Work1 hour(s) 31 minute(s) Debbie Millman is one of the most influential graphic designers working today. She's also an author, teacher, and brand strategist, and the chief marketing officer for Sterling Brands. She is responsible for the redesigns of over 200 global brands, including Pepsi and Kraft. In this exclusive interview from the 2015 AIGA Design Conference, our own Kristin Ellison sits down with Debbie for a discussion of her award-winning podcast, Design Matters, her approach to rebranding (which starts with the "why"), and the attitude toward branding in the social media age. They also talk about truth telling in branding and the power of education, which led Debbie to cofound the Masters in Branding Program at the School of Visual Arts with Steven Heller. Debbie also reveals advice to her younger self; talks about the inspiration for her books, Look Both Ways: Illustrated Essays on the Intersection of Life and Design and Self Portrait as Your Traitor; and her deep connection to New York City.Creative, BusinessGraphic Design, Animation and Illustration, Motion Graphics and VFX, Marketing
Creating a Membership Based Business0 hour(s) 51 minute(s) The success of companies like LinkedIn, Netflix, Amazon, and Airbnb have changed perceptions of service. Instead of transactional relationships, these companies satisfy their customers' craving for belonging by treating them like members. In return, customers invest in these businesses. This new membership economy affects all types of organizations—corporate and non-profit, digital and traditional, and big and small. In this course, Robbie Kellman Baxter—author of The Membership Economy: Find Your Super Users, Master the Forever Transaction, and Build Recurring Revenue—goes into the types of skills required in a membership economy company, why onboarding matters so much in long-term customer relationships, and how to optimize the experience for loyalty. She also outlines pricing for value in the membership economy, when free makes sense, how technology can extend the infrastructure of trust, and best practices for customer success and retention.BeginnerBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Customer Service, Business Analysis and Strategy, Leadership and Management, Small Business and Entrepreneurship
Novedades Cinema 4D R191 hour(s) 17 minute(s) Descubre las últimas novedades que nos trae el grupo Maxon con esta versión de Cinema 4D. En este curso exploraremos todas sus principales novedades, perfectamente categorizadas en cada uno de sus apartados: animación, modelado, MoGraph... Todo con sencillos ejemplos prácticos con los que podrás aprender con facilidad qué novedades pueden serte útiles en tu día a día y, sobre todo, si te merece la pena dar el salto a esta nueva versión y adoptar sus mejoras en tus flujos de trabajo.
Novedades Illustrator CC 20190 hour(s) 44 minute(s) Conoce las modificaciones incorporadas al software de dibujo vectorial por excelencia, como las nuevas opciones del panel Propiedades, y aplícalas en tu trabajo cotidiano. Estar al día con las actualizaciones de Adobe Illustrator es fundamental, ya que te va a permitir mejorar tus habilidades y flujos de trabajo y ejecutar tareas de manera más efectiva. En este curso verás las prestaciones incorporadas a Adobe Illustrator CC 2019 y cómo aplicarlas a tu trabajo cotidiano, entre otras, el degradado de forma libre, con el que podrás generar un gran número de ilustraciones de una manera sencilla, rápida y visual.
Creating Web Icons with SVG1 hour(s) 44 minute(s) As designers and developers of the web, we want graphics to look sharp, but we need to keep file sizes down for performance. How do you get the best of both worlds? There is pretty much only one way to go: SVG. SVG is an XML-based method for instructing the browser to draw scalable vector graphics based on defined shapes and coordinates. The challenge with SVGs is they are not like other graphic files: Rather than a grid of pixels, they are code instructions interpreted by the browser on the fly. This poses some unique challenges and unique opportunities when it comes to implementation. In this course, you'll learn various methods to deploy SVG icons in webpages, each with its own use cases, benefits, and drawbacks. Morten Rand-Hendriksen shows how to insert individual SVG images, add SVGs as inline elements and SVG sprites via the command line, and automate SVGs with Grunticon. Plus, get tips on making your graphics backward-compatible and accessible, and using SVG icons in WordPress.IntermediateCreative, TechnologyWeb Design, Web Development
NumPy Data Science Essential Training3 hour(s) 54 minute(s) NumPy Data Science Essential Training introduces the beginning to intermediate data scientist to NumPy, the Python library that supports numerical, scientific, and statistical programming, including machine learning. The library supports several aspects of data science, providing multidimensional array objects, derived objects (matrixes and masked arrays), and routines for math, logic, sorting, statistics, and random number generation. Here Charles Kelly shows how to work with NumPy and Python within Jupyter Notebook, a browser-based tool for creating interactive documents with live code, annotations, and even visualizations such as plots. Learn how to create NumPy arrays, use NumPy statements and snippets, and index, slice, iterate, and otherwise manipulate arrays. Plus, learn how to plot data and combine NumPy arrays with Python classes, and get examples of NumPy in action: solving linear equations, finding patterns, performing statistics, generating magic cubes, and more.BeginnerTechnologyData Science
5-Day Drawing Challenge: Drawing Inspiration0 hour(s) 29 minute(s) Von Glitschka is back with another 5-day drawing challenge. In this installment, he provides some drawing inspiration. These challenges ask you to put away your normal drawing tools and draw outside your comfort zone. For example, day one involves white pigment on dark paper, while day four is about drawing with shapes—and without lines. At the end of the five days, we hope you'll be inspired to stretch creatively and reach for new tools when you feel stuck in a routine. Remember: This series is designed for artists and nonartists alike. Don't be afraid to share your drawings with the rest of our community. Post them on Tumblr, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram using the hashtag #5DayDraw.BeginnerCreativeAnimation and Illustration, Graphic Design
Managing Stress for Positive Change0 hour(s) 57 minute(s) In the workplace, stress is often viewed in purely negative terms. It's seen as a response that should simply be minimized or pushed aside; however, it's possible to use stress to fuel positive change. In this course, join instructor Heidi Hanna, PhD as she discusses what stress is, exactly; how you can train yourself to use stress in more effective ways; and what managers can do to reduce employee stress when an organization experiences difficult times. She covers how individuals can use stress for good by assessing and adjusting it, as well as what you-as a manager-can do to create an environment and communication style that helps connect employees to the bigger picture.BeginnerBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Leadership and Management, Professional Development
PowerPoint for Mac 2016 Essential Training2 hour(s) 40 minute(s) Learn how to create, edit, and share presentations with Microsoft PowerPoint for Mac 2016, the powerful presentation and slideshow tool. Jess Stratton shows how to build a slideshow from scratch, and leverage PowerPoint templates and themes for quick construction. Jess then demonstrates how to add and edit text, images, graphs, video, and animation; format slides for consistency; and add speaker notes and transitions to ensure a smooth delivery. Plus, discover how to collaborate on changes and then share the final presentation via print, PDF, or a custom slideshow.BeginnerBusinessBusiness Software and Tools
Building React and ASP.NET MVC 5 Applications2 hour(s) 11 minute(s) React.js is a popular framework that's especially suited to building web apps with ASP.NET MVC 5, but integrating the two frameworks can be challenging. In this course, instructor Kazi Nasrat Ali steps through how to wire these two frameworks together to develop full-stack React and ASP.NET MVC 5 web apps. Learn how to build a front end with React.js and a backend with ASP.NET MVC 5 and Entity Framework by creating a full-stack web app for a restaurant. Create user logins, add shopping cart functionality to your app, secure the API, and optimize for mobile. Upon wrapping up this course, you'll have the skills you need to combine the powers of React.js and ASP.NET MVC 5 to create high-quality, impactful webpages.IntermediateTechnologyWeb Development
Access 2010: Trucos1 hour(s) 28 minute(s) Este curso lleno de interesantes técnicas te permitirá sacarle más provecho a los distintos objetos de Access, ya que está pensado para personas que ya conocen Microsoft Access pero que a lo mejor no conocen todas las propiedades y características de Access. También aprenderás muchas utilidades que seguramente no se te ocurrirían si alguien no te las dijera. Todas estas opciones te permitirán optimizar la base de datos para que sea más eficiente y te permita trabajar de manera eficaz y productiva. Para terminar, veremos cómo podemos evitar algunas limitaciones de Access.
CompTIA A+ (220-1002) Cert Prep 7: Portable Computing1 hour(s) 15 minute(s) The CompTIA A+ Core 2 (220-1002) exam tests IT professionals on their understanding of operating systems, security, software troubleshooting, and operational procedures. In the CompTIA A+ (220-1002): Cert Prep series, expert Mike Meyers helps IT professionals prepare for the Core 2 exam. In this installment, Mike explores the internet, including underlying technologies such as Telnet, SSH, Remote Desktop Protocol, and HTTPS. He dives into power management on portable devices, including laptops and smartphones, and reviews standard management tasks for mobile devices, such as email and security. Mike also explains how to troubleshoot internet connections and mobile device problems such as lockouts and slow performance. We are a CompTIA Content Publishing Partner. As such, we are able to offer CompTIA exam vouchers at a 10% discount. For more information on how to obtain this discount, please download these PDF instructions.BeginnerTechnologyIT Help Desk
Photoshop CC: Mastering Selections1 hour(s) 58 minute(s) Master Photoshop's selection tools to gain precise results when compositing or performing advanced image alterations. These Photoshop tips are designed for photographers and photo editors who want a bit more control over their selections, whether selecting fine details like fur and hair, geometric shapes, ranges of color across an image, or noncontiguous objects like the gaps between the leaves of a tree. Photographer and educator Chris Orwig covers tools such as Marquee Selection, the Lasso, the Magic Wand, Quick Selection; the Refine and Color Range dialogs; and techniques for combining selections with adjustments such as sharpening and darkening. Plus, learn about the power of masks when it comes to making selections in Photoshop, which allows you to control adjustments on multiple layers.AdvancedCreativePhotography
Thriving @ Work: Leveraging the Connection between Well-Being and Productivity0 hour(s) 41 minute(s) Live a life filled with less stress, greater well-being, and enhanced productivity by learning how to make transformational changes. Continue your Thrive journey and discover how to go from coping and surviving to actually thriving. In this course, Arianna Huffington and Joey Hubbard—the director of trainings at Thrive Global—discuss how well-being can contribute to your productivity and success at work.IntermediateBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Professional Development
Azure Administration Essential Training3 hour(s) 7 minute(s) Get a cloud administrator's view of Microsoft Azure. David Elfassy covers the essentials of Azure, providing an inside look at working with its cloud-based storage and networking services, which can scale up or down as your organization changes. He goes over Azure management tools, shares tactics for controlling costs, and shows how to manage your Azure account and configure options via PowerShell scripting. Plus, he details how to set up services successfully, including web apps, virtual machines, Active Directory, and VPNs.IntermediateTechnologyCloud Computing, Continuing Education (CEU)
Vivek Wadhwa on Technology and Doing What Is Right0 hour(s) 24 minute(s) Just because we can doesn't mean we should. With advances in technology accelerating all around us, we are increasingly faced with tougher decisions on whether we should embrace all the possibilities or tread with greater caution. How do we as business leaders, product managers, and engineers decide what is right to pursue and what we should leave alone? What criteria do we use? Vivek Wadhwa offers an approach to help you make intentional choices about the technology you develop and the options you use when faced with uncertainty. He explains how to assess your efforts and deliver outcomes that are aligned with your values and the values of your company. Vivek goes beyond the usual discussion of "is this profitable" to "is this something we should do". Discover how to consider the implications of your actions and choices, weigh your options, and ultimately make more informed and mindful decisions.BusinessBusiness Analysis and Strategy, Professional Development, Leadership and Management, Small Business and Entrepreneurship
PHP: Convirtiendo a API una aplicación en Laravel0 hour(s) 58 minute(s) Aprende a convertir una aplicación ya en hecha en PHP en una API, para que sea consumida por un cliente web. Si bien no todas aplicaciones tendrán la necesidad de ser visualizadas en otro cliente que no sea web, siempre es un buen ejercicio preguntarnos al inicio de un desarrollo si en algún momento se considerará tener una versión móvil. Reutiliza el trabajo hecho con Laravel para que sea consumida por un cliente web (por ejemplo, con Angular), un cliente móvil o un cliente de escritorio.
Aprende lectura rápida0 hour(s) 38 minute(s) La lectura rápida te ayudará a tener una visión general rápida del contenido de cualquier documento. Con este curso aprenderás a sacar partido de esta forma de trabajo con texto y descubrirás diferentes técnicas y tácticas para aumentar también tu compresión lectora, la base de un trabajo rápido con textos. Aprende a asimilar información de forma más rápida y mejorar así tu productividad a la hora de consumir y asimilar información escrita.
Configuration Manager: Configure and Maintain a Management Infrastructure1 hour(s) 37 minute(s) System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) is the Microsoft tool used to manage and deploy Windows PCs, devices, and servers. Setting up the SCCM management infrastructure correctly will ensure you reap the most benefits from its features. This courses walks you through setup and deployment of Configuration Manager—topics covered in the first domain of Microsoft certification exam 70-703, designed to certify the skills of enterprise desktop administrators. Learn about managing clients and users, configuring boundaries and boundary groups, creating user and device collections, and setting up admin users. Find out how to configure maintenance windows and resource discovery. Explore the reporting features in SCCM, including queries and reports from SQL and Report Builder. Instructor Robert McMillen also shows how to deploy operating system to machines and perform routine maintenance tasks, such as remote administration, backups, and system logging. Note: Existing knowledge of Windows Servers and basic networking is recommended prior to watching this course.IntermediateTechnologyCloud Computing, Network and System Administration
Azure Redis Cache1 hour(s) 37 minute(s) Are you facing issues like low throughput, high latency, and an unsecure cache in your cloud? If so, then Azure Cache for Redis —a secure data cache and messaging broker—might be your solution. Azure Cache for Redis gives you access to a secure Redis cache that’s accessible from any application within Azure. In this course, learn how to maximize your Azure app’s performance with Azure Cache for Redis. Instructor Afzaal Ahmad Zeeshan steps through how to create Azure Cache for Redis services, implement distributed caching, and consume data while keeping up with the global scale. Get best practices for clustering, explore advanced Azure Cache for Redis concepts such as geo-replication, and more.IntermediateTechnologyCloud Computing
Web Development with Elm2 hour(s) 46 minute(s) Elm has enabled functional programming in front-end web development. It is a user-friendly and easily accessible programming language that compiles to JavaScript and runs in the browser. This course is a practical introduction to Elm as a functional programming language for developing real-world applications. Instructor Eduard Kyvenko reviews core concepts, such as persistent data types and data structures, side effects, and state management. Then he shows how to build a web application exemplifying all the core principles of web development with a purely functional language. Eduard closes with an exploration of Elm development tools, packages, and testing strategies, and some tips for messaging and optimized rendering with Elm.AdvancedTechnologyWeb Development
Windows 7 esencial6 hour(s) 30 minute(s) Conoce las nuevas ventajas que te ofrece Windows 7 en este completo curso, en el que aprenderás a sacar el máximo partido a este sistema operativo, moderno y rápido. Verás cuáles son las novedades con respecto a sus predecesores, conocerás a fondo todas sus funciones y mejorarás tu rendimiento, sea cual sea tu nivel de conocimientos.
The Science of Logo Design0 hour(s) 41 minute(s) Logo design requires artistry, but did you know your logos can also benefit from science? In this course, William Lidwell introduces the whys behind well-known guidelines, and even debunks a few outdated design myths along the way. He reviews the four principles that make a logo ARMM'd for use: attention, response, meaning, and memory. By using these tips, you can bring scientific rigor to your logos, and start designing on evidence—not industry hearsay. This course was created and produced by William Lidwell. We're pleased to host this training in our library.BeginnerCreativeGraphic Design
Windows Presentation Foundation: 3 Events and the Event Model1 hour(s) 48 minute(s) Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) in Visual Studio 2015 helps developers build modern desktop applications for Windows. The event model is WPF's new system for monitoring and reacting to application events and user-triggered events like keyboard and mouse input. It greatly improves on the .NET event model, and is an important skill for any developer who wants to create rich Windows user experiences. Join expert developer Walt Ritscher as he steps you through the details of working with events in WPF. Learn how routing works and discover how to navigate up the tree (with event bubbling) and down the tree (with event tunneling)—and stop events from moving at all with event suppression. Then follow along with Walt as he explores many sample events, including mouse, text, and keyboard events and gesture events on the InkCanvas.IntermediateTechnologyContinuing Education (CEU), Software Development
Fotografía publicitaria: Teoría del color1 hour(s) 2 minute(s) Aprende a usar el color en tus imágenes publicitarias para transmitir emociones, sugerir y atrapar a tu audiencia. El color es uno de los campos más complejos en el mundo de la fotografía, tiene múltiples teorías y sufre un análisis constante por parte de expertos, por lo que este curso te ayudará a conocer sus normas de utilización. Aprende a emplear el color para contar historias y transmitir en tus fotografías.
Fundamentos de la gestión de proyectos: Compras2 hour(s) 2 minute(s) Como director del proyecto no necesitas ser un experto en adquisiones, pero sí comprender la importancia de su gestión ante el uso creciente de las contrataciones en la mayoría de los proyectos. Con este curso, estarás en condiciones de realizar la planificación de las compras para cualquier proyecto, entender el contenido de un contrato y establecer tus propios criterios de evaluación. Podrás llevar adelante la gestión y supervisión de todo el proceso de adquisiciones, incluida la forma y la programación de los pagos y la finalización de todos los contratos. ¡Ningún proyecto se quedará sin los insumos o servicios que necesita!
Microsoft Project Web App Essential Training1 hour(s) 40 minute(s) Get up to speed with Project Web App (PWA), the collaborative browser-based interface for Microsoft Project. Instructor John Riopel, PMP, shows you how to use PWA to efficiently collaborate and share details about projects, tasks, and resources, all from one centralized location. John begins by showing how to create new enterprise projects in PWA, including how to allocate resources to the project, update timesheets and tasks, and generate status reports. Plus, explore how to enable additional features, force check-in for projects, and use multiple timelines. By the end of the course, you'll be able to use PWA to keep track of every element of your project portfolio.BeginnerBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Business Software and Tools, Project Management
Excel 2013 VBA esencial2 hour(s) 40 minute(s) Introducción al VBA con Excel 2013 es un curso destinado a facilitar desde cero el aprendizaje de este lenguaje de programación a usuarios intermedios y avanzados de Excel. Visual Basic for Applications es la solución perfecta para que Excel no tenga límites a la hora de generar plantillas y hojas de cálculo de la máxima calidad y profesionalidad. Sin necesidad de tener experiencia en la programación, iremos conectando tema a tema hasta que seas capaz de escribir rutinas de código aplicables a tu trabajo cotidiano en Excel.
Inkscape Essential Training4 hour(s) 58 minute(s) Create great vector graphics with Inkscape, the open-source illustration software. In this Inkscape tutorial, Mike Rankin, a design professional for over 20 years, covers everything from installing the software to outputting files for print and the web. Follow along to learn how to work with vector paths; draw shapes; add colors, patterns, and gradients to drawings; transform objects by scaling, rotating, and shearing; and creating special effects with Inkscape's nondestructive filters. Members don't need any prior experience with Illustrator or other drawing apps to get the most out of this course. Just download Inkscape and start following along.BeginnerCreativeAnimation and Illustration
Learning Synth Programming: Beyond the Basics1 hour(s) 54 minute(s) Up your levels. Move beyond the basics of sound synthesis, in this course with musician Scott Hirsch. These advanced tutorials explore the inner workings of familiar synth programming techniques, as well as a few alternatives for pushing your sound further. Scott builds from modular-component synthesis to other types of synthesis, including frequency-modulation (FM) synthesis, modeling synthesis, and vocoding techniques. The course finishes up with a series of tutorials on creating new sounds, including a classic vocoder effect, big moving basslines, evocative percussion patterns, and rich synth pads. Note: Scott uses a combination of Ableton Live, Native Instruments software, and Logic Pro in these movies, but you can easily re-create the techniques in the DAW of your choice. The specific synths used include Native Instruments Massive; Logic's ES2, EFM1, and Sculpture plugins, and the EVOC 20 PS vocoder synth; and Ableton Live's Collision and Operator.BeginnerCreativeAudio and Music, Video
WordPress: Contact Forms1 hour(s) 37 minute(s) As a maker of WordPress-powered websites, you've likely needed to create and add many contact forms. In this course, take a closer look at the task of creating contact forms for your WordPress site. Using three different plugins—Jetpack, Ninja Forms, and Gravity Forms—instructor Patrick Rauland walks through the process of setting up and configuring each plugin, working with the advanced features in each option, and receiving form submissions. Contact forms are a must-have for any WordPress-powered website, and these plugins—which range from simple and free to complex and pricey—can do a lot more than just ask for names, addresses, and messages. Unleash the power of contact forms, and find the plugin that's right for you.BeginnerTechnologyWeb Development
Managing in Difficult Times1 hour(s) 7 minute(s) Tough times separate great leaders from the rest. What do leaders do to manage effectively in difficult times? It's as much about what they do to prepare as it is about how they react. Jan Rutherford introduces to important tools for keeping you and your team focused, inspired, and effective during times of change or crisis. Learn how to build self-awareness, achieve clarity and focus, keep innovating despite volatility, and develop a committed team that is resilient in the face of change. He also shares innovative strategies to cut costs, and reframe challenges as opportunities for your team.IntermediateBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Leadership and Management, Business Analysis and Strategy, Marketing, Human Resources, Professional Development
Windows 10 Essential Training8 hour(s) 1 minute(s) Please be aware that there was a significant update to Windows in August 2016, called the Anniversary Update. If you are using Windows after running the Anniversary Update, you should switch over to a different course, Windows 10 Anniversary Update Essential Training. Learn all the essential features of Windows 10. This comprehensive course covers everything you need to know to install Windows, customize it to your liking, and start working with files and applications. Author Nick Brazzi shows how to manage folders, use Cortana to search and navigate, browse the web with the new Microsoft Edge browser, and work with Mail, Calendars, and People (aka contacts). Plus, learn about sharing via a home network, multiuser configurations, security and privacy, and troubleshooting Windows.BeginnerBusinessBusiness Software and Tools
IT Security Careers and Certifications: First Steps2 hour(s) 5 minute(s) Demand for information security professionals has never been higher—and it's only projected to grow. Interested in finding a job in this exciting new field? Or simply advancing to the next level? IT security expert Marc Menninger explains how to launch and develop a successful career in information security. Learn about the nine most common security jobs and the duties and qualifications for each role. Learn which security certifications appear in job listings and which ones will help you get the job you want. Follow example career paths to learn how others have progressed: from IT hobbyist to help-desk technician to analyst, systems architect, and more. Marc closes with career advice specific to information security, which will help you succeed in this dynamic and high-demand industry.BeginnerTechnologySecurity
Spring: Spring Data 21 hour(s) 31 minute(s) Coding to databases—which often involves the use of boilerplate code that's difficult to maintain and debug—can be tedious work. Upgrading applications to a different kind of data storage is similarly challenging, as it usually involves massive code rewrites. Spring Data addresses these issues by abstracting data store interactions into a common repository API and eliminating boilerplate code. In this course, learn how to easily implement JPA-based repositories using Spring Data JPA. Mary Ellen Bowman describes the Spring Data umbrella project, and helps you understand JPA for object-relational mapping. She also covers querying, and dives into other Spring Data Commons features such as QueryDSL and auditing.IntermediateTechnologyWeb Development
Web Motion: Create an Animated Banner Ad0 hour(s) 46 minute(s) Learn to create a simple web banner with motion and interactivity. This installment of Web Motion for Beginners shows you how to take a client project from concept to completion—in this case for a banner ad that invites viewers to visit Ontario, Canada. Tom Green shows how to build on an initial idea with sketches and wireframes, and create your image assets in Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator. You'll then assemble the ad in Edge Animate and create interactive buttons with the Gradient feature.BeginnerCreativeWeb Design
Photoshop CC 2015 One-on-One: Advanced18 hour(s) 7 minute(s) Take your Photoshop skills to the next level. Photoshop CC 2015 One-on-One: Advanced is the second course in the comprehensive Photoshop training series by industry expert Deke McClelland. One-on-One teaches you everything you need to know about Photoshop, in the order you need to know it, on the schedule that work best for you. In this installment, Deke takes you through Photoshop's more advanced features. Learn about Photoshop's automated selection tools (Color Range, Focus Area, and Refine Edge), the nondestructive editing capabilities of Smart Objects, Liquify's slimming and trimming power, and techniques for drawing and designing with vector shapes. Plus, discover how to improve a photo with poor composition by reconstructing it with Photoshop's Content-Aware Scale tool, healing tools, and blend modes. These tutorials feature all-new projects and exercise files, so there's something new for even long-time Deke fans. NEW IN 2016: Chapters 24–30 offer a whole new way to work with Photoshop CC. This new set of tutorials covers layer effects, Levels and Curves adjustments, lens corrections and perspective warping, black and white photography, and so much more. Check back often. We'll continue to update the training whenever Photoshop changes.AdvancedCreativePhotography
Business Analysis Foundations: Business Process Modeling1 hour(s) 20 minute(s) When you're trying to grapple with user demands and market changes, it can be difficult to mentally zoom out and assess your organization's operations. Business process modeling helps you see the big picture by allowing you to translate your business processes into easily understood pictures. In this course, instructor Haydn Thomas walks you through the most widely used business process modeling diagrams—context, functional flow, cross-functional flow, and flowchart—and explains the purpose of each one. As Haydn touches on each modeling technique, he shares its unique features, explains how to use that technique to create a diagram, and points out how to avoid common pitfalls. He pulls it all together by comparing process diagrams to help you determine which diagram you should use to document your organization's business process.BeginnerBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Business Analysis and Strategy, Project Management
AutoCAD: Rendering0 hour(s) 50 minute(s) Add 3D life to 2D drawings; learn to render your designs with AutoCAD. Join Eric Wing in this course, as he teaches designers how to create materials, apply them to objects, and render out scenes in AutoCAD. He also shows how to set the viewing environment with visual styles and views, add cool lighting, and create motion-path animations. Using these techniques, you can ensure your architectural renderings will never be boring, flat, or static.IntermediateCreativeVisualization and Real-Time, Product and Manufacturing, Motion Graphics and VFX, AEC, Animation and Illustration
Building an In-House Photo Studio1 hour(s) 19 minute(s) You can accomplish a lot of photographic goals without needing a photo studio. But for many types of shooting, a studio is essential. Fortunately, building one doesn't have to be expensive. In this course, photographer and educator Ben Long details two scenarios for building an in-house photo studio. In the first scenario, he explores a professional studio. Ben explains how the business of a photography studio works, what you'll need to consider when designing and outfitting a studio space, and what you can do to ease day-to-day use. In the second scenario, he shows how to turn a "found" space into a temporary studio. In this case, he takes over a conference room to shoot a collection of headshots and products. For each scenario, Ben details the gear you'll want—from lighting to backdrops—as well as all the other technical and practical concerns that go into creating a studio.IntermediateCreativePhotography
Visual Studio Step-by-Step0 hour(s) 13 minute(s) Want to work smarter with Visual Studio? This series of tips and tricks are each less than a minute long, so you can transform your Visual Studio workflow in your spare moments. Learn how to use Tabify and Untabify to fix inconsistent spacing, use multiple carets to select and edit text, and rename classes and namespaces to match file and folder names. Discover how to refactor If statements and get a file path from the editor tab. Plus, see how to clone the Solution Explorer window to quickly do a side-by-side comparison of project structures across projects.BeginnerTechnologySoftware Development
Excel 2016 para Mac avanzado: Atajos de productividad1 hour(s) 41 minute(s) Aprende a usar Excel 2016 para Mac para convertir una simple colección de números en un informe visual y fácil de entender. Para ello necesitas este curso, donde descubrirás los comandos adecuados para convertir una simple colección de números en, por ejemplo, un espectacular gráfico con un solo clic. Si ya tienes conocimientos básicos de uso de Excel 2016, aprende aquí a crear informes intuitivos, elegantes y profesionales. Aplica formatos condicionados, inserta elementos que den vida a tus libros, como imágenes o símbolos y, en definitiva crea informes a partir de fríos números.
UX Design: 1 Overview0 hour(s) 13 minute(s) Following a user-centered design technique puts you more in touch with your users' true needs, which helps you develop solutions that really work for your intended audience. The approaches described in this course help development teams pool their diverse perspectives and collaborate to understand how to turn thoughts, feelings, frustrations, and desires of users into the design for a product. Join Chris Nodder as he provides a road map to his series, UX Design Techniques. Each technique in this series builds on the data and output from the previous techniques. The user data from observations is used to identify user pain points and create personas. The pain points and personas are used during the ideation phase to create multiple possible solutions. Scenarios and storyboards take these multiple possible solutions and narrow them down to a working set, from which you build a paper prototype that you can usability test with some more representative users. At any point, you can follow the trail all the way back to data you gathered from your initial observations.IntermediateCreativeUser Experience
Pensamiento computacional1 hour(s) 44 minute(s) Este curso te permitirá trabajar la mente en la resolución de problemas, diseño de sistemas, describir problemas reales, usar la lógica y la matemática, todo esto se combina en el pensamiento computacional. Desarrollar la habilidad de resolver problemas es cada día más complejo y el pensamiento computacional es un proceso que nos ayuda a realizar esto de forma eficaz.
Photoshop CC: Render 3D para producto1 hour(s) 35 minute(s) La composición de render es un proceso que se realiza con el programa Adobe Photoshop, en el que unimos diferentes tipos de pasos de renders en diferentes modos de fusión para lograr un resultado óptimo en la imagen 3D que estemos trabajando. Cada uno de los renders, como reflexión, refracción, iluminacion global, etc. tienen una serie de características que veremos en este curso, así como aplicarlas en nuestra imagen. En el curso aprenderemos también a aplicar estos pases de render, y a utilizarlos para aclarar, oscurecer, cambiar el brillo de un material, e incluso cambiar la iluminacion global.
Customer Advocacy1 hour(s) 9 minute(s) Learn why customer advocacy is important, how to develop employees who are customer advocates, and how to use the voice of the customer (VOC) to inform strategies across functions including IT, HR, R&D, production, and legal. Customer strategist Brad Cleveland reveals a proven model for creating an effective customer advocacy initiative, which includes capturing customer insights, interpreting and analyzing intelligence, communicating findings, prioritizing action items, measuring results, and turning customers into promoters of your products and services.IntermediateBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Customer Service, Business Analysis and Strategy, Leadership and Management
Cloud Security Considerations for the Healthcare Industry1 hour(s) 44 minute(s) Cloud computing has real-world security implications for a number of industries. Healthcare faces unique cybersecurity challenges, including rules and regulations protecting patient privacy. This course explores the cloud security requirements specific to the healthcare industry, broken down by region: Asia, the Middle East, Europe, Oceania, Africa, and the Americas. Instructor Kevin L. Jackson provides a preliminary overview of cloud computing and its vulnerabilities, as well as the healthcare industry’s approach to cybersecurity in general. He then provides regional breakdowns, exploring security requirements for each area. The course concludes with a review of key threats and some real-world case studies that show how different security controls can be used to defend enterprises from similar attacks.IntermediateTechnologySecurity, Cloud Computing
Swift 5 esencial3 hour(s) 8 minute(s) Introdúcete en el mundo de Swift, el lenguaje de programación multiparadigma creado por Apple. Aprende, con este curso, los aspectos fundamentales de su aplicación, su estructura y tipos de datos, así como sus funciones y cómo controlar el flujo del programa.
Docker on AWS1 hour(s) 43 minute(s) Docker is the next step beyond virtualization. When deployed with Amazon Elastic Container Service (AWS ECS), you have a solid foundation for monitoring and managing Docker containers, including starting containers and scheduling tasks. This frees up developers to concentrate on your container-based applications—instead of your hosting platform. In this course, Robert Starmer demonstrates how to use Docker and the powerful features in AWS to build and manage container-based applications. Learn how to create containerized applications, set up AWS ECS, mange container scale and network models, troubleshoot issues, and more.IntermediateTechnologyDevOps, Cloud Computing
Novedades Maya 20171 hour(s) 52 minute(s) Ponte al día de las novedades de Maya 2017 y descubre cada una de las nuevas características y las nuevas herramientas del programa más conocido y usado en el sector de la animación 3D. Te mostramos las nuevas herramientas de creación de gráficos animados, creación de efectos dinámicos, la mejora del modelado y de la productividad y, por supuesto, la inclusión de Arnold como motor de representación.
Leadership Foundations: Leadership Styles and Models0 hour(s) 45 minute(s) Leadership is learnable. Even the best leaders develop their capacity and competency for greater responsibility over time. By investing in your leadership skills now, you pave the way to opportunities in the future. A frame of reference for what leadership is, how it is practiced, and the most prevalent styles and approaches will help you become the leader you want to be. In this course, Professor Alexander Lyon covers styles of authority, from autocratic to laissez-faire; approaches to action and communication; and models of responsibility, including servant leadership. He also explains why you should prioritize the qualities that can have the biggest impact on your success as a leader: authenticity, purpose, and empathy.BeginnerBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Leadership and Management
Creating 360-Degree Panoramas and Interactive Tours5 hour(s) 45 minute(s) Learn how to shoot and develop stunning 360-degree panoramas and interactive virtual tours. Whether you're shooting real estate or outdoor landscapes, the process starts with great raw images. Ron Pepper and Rich Harrington discuss the gear you need to get good 360-degree shots, including camera, lens, and tripod options, and share tips for shooting both standard and HDR images. Then they demonstrate post-processing techniques that use popular applications like Photoshop, Lightroom, and Photomatix Pro, and dedicated stitching software such as PTGui. Once the images are developed, you'll discover how to share interactive images and virtual tours online with services such as Roundme and Spinattic or your own web server.IntermediateCreativePhotography
SketchUp Weekly1 hour(s) 36 minute(s) SketchUp Pro, the powerful and popular 3D design software, boasts a robust tool kit that users can leverage to design, document, and share their projects. Whether you're a SketchUp veteran or a brand-new user, this weekly series can help you spend less time fussing with settings and features and more time designing amazing things. Instructor Tammy Cody shares actionable, bite-sized tips for using common SketchUp tools more efficiently, as well as how to generally work smarter with the software. Tune in every Monday for a new tip. Note: Because this is an ongoing series, viewers will not receive a certificate of completion.CreativeAEC, Animation and Illustration, Product and Manufacturing, Visualization and Real-Time
Organizational Thought Leadership1 hour(s) 27 minute(s) Thought-leading organizations create change, build trust, and make an impact beyond their bottom line. In this course, explore the ways that organizations can step into the role of a thought leader in their communities, industries, and beyond—and why it matters now more than ever. Instructor Denise Brosseau also explores the risks and rewards of going in this direction and the key attributes of thought-leading organizations. Discover how to identify your niche and cultivate a clear, recognizable point of view. Plus, see how to develop your talking points and brand voice, build thought-leadership skills throughout your organization, and expand your reach by leveraging your ecosystem.AdvancedBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Professional Development, Leadership and Management
Cloud NoSQL for SQL Professionals2 hour(s) 39 minute(s) NoSQL databases can store nonrelational data on a super large scale and solve problems regular databases can't handle: indexing the entire internet, predicting subscriber behavior, or targeting ads on a platform as large as Facebook. But with over 150 NoSQL database types, it can be hard for a SQL professional to know where to start. In this course, Lynn Langit breaks down these types into a few main categories and shows how to get your own NoSQL database up and running with easy-to-configure cloud solutions. Learn how to add and query data, apply the CAP theorem with NoSQL, and leverage key NoSQL trends such as multifunctionality and data lake NoSQL alternatives. Plus, explore AWS and GCP NoSQL database services such as DynamoDB, ElastiCache, and Bigtable.IntermediateTechnologyDevOps, Cloud Computing, Data Science
HTML5: Web Forms1 hour(s) 58 minute(s) In this course, author Joe Marini details the latest enhancements for client-side forms found in HTML5. Using real-world examples, the course showcases the capabilities of the specification's new attributes and form elements, such as displaying default placeholder text, setting required fields, capturing email addresses, and presenting calculation results within a form. The course also demonstrates mobile device support for HTML5 forms and shows how to modernize existing forms while maintaining backwards compatibility for older browsers.IntermediateCreative, TechnologyWeb Design, User Experience, Web Development
Excel 2013 práctico: 100 trucos de productividad2 hour(s) 57 minute(s) Optimiza tu trabajo en Excel con la variada lista de trucos que te presenta este curso. Esta formación te presenta importantes detalles sobre la propia configuración de Excel, hasta técnicas que servirán para proteger nuestra información o aumentar nuestra velocidad de trabajo. Este curso es, en definitiva, una excelente recopilación de trucos agrupados por objetivo, para que encuentres el tip adecuado que te servirá para ahorrar tiempo y esfuerzo pensada para cualquier persona que trabaje con Microsoft Excel.
3ds Max and V-Ray: Residential Interior Materials2 hour(s) 9 minute(s) Learn how to create beautiful residential interiors with custom materials built in 3ds Max, Substance Designer, and V-Ray. This training course is part three of instructor George Maestri's residential modeling series, which started in SketchUp with a concept drawing for a single-family home. Here, George explains how to furnish the interior of the home and create the materials needed to render the design. He shows how to create custom metal, wood, and fabric textures; tile patterns; add color and relief; and convert bitmaps into materials. Each material is brought back into the 3ds Max environment so you can see how the results look when applied directly to the model.IntermediateCreativeAnimation and Illustration, Visualization and Real-Time, AEC, Motion Graphics and VFX, Product and Manufacturing
Premiere Pro Guru: Transcoding Workflows2 hour(s) 8 minute(s) Adobe Premiere Pro made waves when it started supporting native editing of compressed and raw file formats. It's usually the best decision to edit natively. However, there are still advantages of transcoding or changing the format of the video to facilitate the editing process. Do you know your choices if you do choose a transcoded workflow? Premiere Pro Guru: Transcoding Workflows explores all the relevant tools and techniques to help you decide when and how to transcode. Post-production pro Jason Osder helps you understand the pros and cons of transcoding, and introduces different transcoding workflows for Premiere Pro, Adobe Media Encoder, and Prelude: transcoding at the very beginning, in the middle while you're working, or at the end during output.BeginnerCreativeVideo
Cómo gestionar mejor tu tiempo0 hour(s) 11 minute(s) En este compacto curso Todd Dewett te dará cuatro consejos sobre la gestión de tiempo que te ayudarán, sea cual sea tu nivel profesional. Saca más provecho a tu día de trabajo y aprende a ver el mundo de la gestión del tiempo de una forma diferente, recibe la regla del 80% con los brazos abiertos, encuentra tu momento “Einstein”, aprende a protegerlo y a dar a conocer tu disponibilidad a los demás, para asegurarte de que saben cuándo pueden disponer de tu tiempo.
HTML Essential Training2 hour(s) 45 minute(s) Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) is the foundation of website and web application development. It allows you to ensure that your content is understood by both segments of your audience: the people who watch, read, or listen to your content, and the computers that display it. In this course, learn how to craft excellent HTML with the pieces that HTML itself has to offer. Instructor Jen Simmons highlights all of the fundamental concepts you need to use HTML thoughtfully. She focuses on semantic markup: tagging content as what it is, and not just for formatting, convention, or convenience. This has far-reaching impact for those who consume the web differently; it ensures that when a screen reader or a system (like a search engine) consumes a page, it knows exactly what it contains and how to categorize that information.BeginnerCreative, TechnologyWeb Design, Web Development
Windows 10: Plan and Implement Software Updates1 hour(s) 41 minute(s) Software updates are key to keeping the systems on your network current and secure. Learn how to plan and implement software updates in Windows 10. Microsoft MVP Brien Posey shows how to deploy and manage updates using three different services: Software Center Configuration Manager (SCCM), Windows Server Update Services (WSUS), and Intune. He covers topics such as creating update groups in Configuration Manager, approving and declining updates in Intune, deploying Microsoft and non-Microsoft updates in Intune, configuring automatic deployment rules, and analyzing log files to troubleshoot problematic updates.IntermediateTechnologyIT Help Desk, Network and System Administration
3ds Max 2013: Sistemas de partículas PFlow y FumeFx2 hour(s) 54 minute(s) Crea, modifica y utiliza de un modo espectacular sistemas de partículas nativos en 3D Studio Max y desarrolla sistemas de fluidos de fuego con FumeFX 3.0, para conseguir efectos realistas en tus proyectos VFX.
Prezi Classic Tips and Tricks1 hour(s) 4 minute(s) Make your prezis more engaging and entertaining with these power user tips. Garrick Chow offers expert advice on planning, creating, and editing presentations in Prezi. Learn to build better prezis using 3D backgrounds and reduce clutter with invisible frames. Find out how to use graphics, edit photos, insert shapes and symbols, and create charts from spreadsheets. Discover how to control Prezi using keyboard shortcuts and use fade-ins to reveal content. Finally, get power tips for using Prezi's zoom feature to enhance storytelling, and for presenting your prezi in front of an audience.IntermediateBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Business Software and Tools
Introduction to CSS1 hour(s) 58 minute(s) Once you have learned the basics of HTML, it's time to start exploring Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), the language that makes HTML look great in the browser. This course gives you a tour of the possibilities, showing what CSS is capable of doing and the basics you need to make it work for you. Join Carrie Dils as she explains what CSS is and how it works with HTML, discusses authoring options, and covers common CSS concepts such as the CSS box model and how to work with fonts and color. Plus, she demonstrates how to structure a page with CSS, maintain CSS with version control, work with media queries, and more.BeginnerCreative, TechnologyWeb Design, Web Development
Final Cut X esencial4 hour(s) 48 minute(s) Aprende a editar vídeo con Final Cut Pro 10.3. En este curso descubrirás cómo sacar el máximo rendimiento a este programa y aprenderás a organizar y gestionar las bibliotecas y eventos de tu proyecto. Editarás en la línea de tiempo magnética 2 de vídeo y audio, asignando funciones, marcando el material y aplicando transiciones. Descubrirás la potente titulación 3D que incorpora el programa, y la gran facilidad para corregir el color con nuevas técnicas y efectos.
React: Context API Development0 hour(s) 41 minute(s) React components provide convenient units of self-contained functionality—but wiring them together, especially when data goes to multiple places, can get repetitive. In this course, join Emmanuel Henri as he explores the React context API, which lets you share values across component trees and subtrees. As he steps through the course project, Emmanuel goes over the syntax of context, how to set it up in your projects, and how to update context. Plus, learn how to consume multiple contexts into your app, as well as what to avoid when working with context.IntermediateTechnologyWeb Development
Advanced Predictive Modeling: Mastering Ensembles and Metamodeling1 hour(s) 10 minute(s) Ensembles involve groups of models working together to make more accurate predictions. When creating complete deployed solutions, data scientists may also leverage passing data from one model to another or using models in combination—also known as metamodeling. These techniques are dominant among winners of modeling competitions like Kaggle as well as leading data science teams around the world. In this advanced course, you can learn how to add ensembles and metamodeling to your toolset. Instructor Keith McCormick provides a conceptual introduction that can be applied in any program: R, Python, SPSS, or SAS. He introduces the most essential ensemble algorithms and explains the basics of metamodeling. Plus, review two case studies that show how to combine supervised and unsupervised ensembles and how to route subpopulations of data to different models in a metamodeling scenario.AdvancedTechnologyData Science
TeamCity 2017 Essential Training6 hour(s) 19 minute(s) TeamCity is a popular tool for continuous integration and continuous delivery workflows. It supports many different environments, server types, and languages, including PHP, Python, Java, and .NET. This course explains how a developer or DevOps engineer can install TeamCity and use it to compile, test, and deploy code to a QA, staging, or production environment. Instructor Aref Karimi helps you write unit tests and perform code inspections, manage code branches in a version control system like GitHub or Bitbucket, and deploy your build to the cloud. Plus, learn how to better manage your team's contributions with roles, audit logs, and notifications. Along the way, Aref makes sure to introduce all the new features in TeamCity 2017, so you are up to date with the latest version of the software.IntermediateTechnologyDevOps, Software Development
From Art Making to Art Thinking0 hour(s) 30 minute(s) How do we train the next generation of artists? An art education can be incredibly expensive when pursued at the college level (up to $250,000!), and it doesn't guarantee a well-paid job. Meanwhile, art is conspicuously absent from most K-12 schools. Professor and illustrator Bryn Barnard offers solutions to these problems in this fascinating presentation on art education. Learn how two-year "atelier" training, integration of art into STEM-driven curriculum, art science, and IB Art programs can help students transition from making art to thinking art—using art to solve all sorts of creative challenges.BusinessTraining and Education
PowerPoint 2016: Animations2 hour(s) 17 minute(s) This course, created by Microsoft PowerPoint MVP Heather Ackmann, shows you how to enliven your presentations by animating text and graphics in PowerPoint. Heather begins with a primer on PowerPoint animation, helping you understand when—and when not—to incorporate animations into a presentation. She then goes into the building blocks of animating in PowerPoint: layering objects, working with background images, animating text, playing with lighting effects, and zooming with style. She shows how to animate with transitions, and walks viewers through the creation of three sample projects: a spinning globe animation, an animated timeline, and a flip-book. Heather wraps up by showing you how to put the finishing touches on a presentation by animating to music, automating playback, and exporting your PowerPoint file as a video.IntermediateBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Business Software and Tools
Learning Functional Programming with JavaScript ES6+2 hour(s) 44 minute(s) Want to write more robust, maintainable code? In this course, discover how this can be accomplished with functional programming, and learn about the functional concepts at the heart of many JavaScript frameworks and programs. Shaun Wassell begins by explaining what functional programming is and how it compares to object-oriented programming. Shaun then covers the basics of working with first-class functions in JavaScript ES6+, discussing concepts such as higher-order functions and closure. He also shows how functional programming makes working with data structures more straightforward; dives into advanced concepts, including partial application and recursion; and provides challenges that can help you test your understanding of key functional programming concepts.IntermediateTechnologyWeb Development
InfraWorks: Drainage Design1 hour(s) 47 minute(s) Autodesk InfraWorks is a design and engineering program that can help transportation planners and civil engineers better understand how their projects will function in the real world. In this course, learn how to use this powerful software to model watersheds, culverts, and drainage networks. Instructor Lynda Sharkey covers hydrology terms and methods, explains how to analyze a watershed, and shows how to troubleshoot your watershed model. She also demonstrates how to add culverts to a road both automatically and manually, modify culverts, and create and size drainage networks.IntermediateCreativeAEC
Photoshop: Editing Video and Creating Slideshows3 hour(s) 2 minute(s) If Photoshop is the center of your creative world, it's a good choice when you need to edit video. In this course, Rich Harrington reveals how the powerful image-editing tools in Photoshop CC translate to video and shows how to transform a selection of clips into a polished movie. He walks through a real-world project from start to finish, illustrating the basic technical skills that will help you edit raw clips into cohesive stories. Learn how to import and organize footage, build sequences in the Timeline, fix color and exposure issues, add overlays and transitions, adjust volume, and publish your finished project in the right formats for web and social media. Plus, find out how to create animated slideshows from still images using a similar Timeline-based workflow.IntermediateCreativeVideo, Photography
Business Development Foundations: Researching Market and Customer Needs1 hour(s) 1 minute(s) Business development is the foundation of economic growth and can jump-start lasting relationships. In this course, Lisa Earle McLeod and Elizabeth McLeod discuss fundamental business development concepts and techniques that can help you gain a better understanding of your market and potential clients. This, in turn, can prepare you to demonstrate a compelling value case that helps you connect with customers and close more deals. They begin by reviewing research fundamentals and key insights to consider before you get on the phone with a potential customer or schedule that first in-person meeting. They also discuss the landscape of business development and how to leverage internal systems for more successful conversations. Lisa and Elizabeth spell out how to speak like a leader, unpack and discuss your competitors' strengths and weaknesses, avoid common mistakes, and more.IntermediateBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Sales, Business Analysis and Strategy, Leadership and Management
Final Cut X avanzado2 hour(s) 47 minute(s) Final Cut Pro X se está actualizando constantemente desde su lanzamiento en el verano de 2011 y en este curso video2brain no solo nos ocupamos de algunas de sus novedades más importantes, sino también analizamos con detalle aquellos elementos que más problemas causan a sus usuarios. Descubre el trabajo profesional con Final Cut X de la mano de video2brain.
OmniFocus for iOS Essential Training1 hour(s) 51 minute(s) Master the intricacies of OmniFocus on iPhone or iPad to supercharge your productivity. You'll explore the popular iOS task manager's organizational conventions and the best ways to navigate the interface. You'll also dive into capturing tasks in a variety of ways, including writing tasks from scratch, speaking to Siri, using OmniFocus extensions, and utilizing Mail Drop to speed up task entry. The course then explains how to best process tasks: setting up projects, establishing contexts and repeating tasks, and using such important features as date deferral, flags, the check circle, perspectives, and the Forecast view. Finally, you'll learn how to efficiently review tasks and projects and how to manage OmniFocus tasks on an Apple Watch.BeginnerBusinessBusiness Software and Tools
Photoshop Restoration: Scanning Oversized Photos0 hour(s) 51 minute(s) Oversized prints present a unique challenge when it comes to photo restoration: They don't fit most home scanners. By scanning the photo in two or more passes and stitching the image back together, you can create a composite that accurately captures the dimensions of the original photograph. In this course, master restorationist Neil Rhodes shows how to evaluate an oversized photo, scan it in sections, and merge the resulting images with Photoshop's Photo Merge command. He then shows how to repair areas of damage, retouch any seams and tonal differences, and sharpen the final composite.AdvancedCreativePhotography
Insights from a College Career Coach0 hour(s) 27 minute(s) Are you feeling stuck in your current position, seeking a new one, or contemplating a career change? In this interview, author and career coach Valerie Sutton answers common questions about career development. For those thinking about a new career, she offers advice on assessing your passions and your personality, knowing when you need more education to get the job you want, and researching hiring trends in the industries that interest you. For those actively searching for jobs or getting back into the job market after an absence, she discusses how to write resumes and cover letters that speak to your talents, impress potential employers, and help you land an interview.BusinessCareer Development, Training and Education, Professional Development
Leaders Eat Last: Why Some Teams Pull Together and Others Don't (Blinkist Summary)0 hour(s) 18 minute(s) What makes certain leaders so effective in rallying their troops? In his 2014 book, Leaders Eat Last, Simon Sinek examines the role that our biology plays in the division of leaders and followers, and highlights the qualities that make up a good leader. This audiobook summary contains clips that showcase some of the book's most important points. Learn about the results of bad leadership, how our modern addictions can keep us from building real foundations with other people, how to fulfill your vision for the future by putting others before yourself, and more. Note: This audiobook summary was produced by Blinkist. We are pleased to host this content in our library.IntermediateBusinessLeadership and Management
The Creative Spark: Lauren Lemon, Creative Portrait Photographer0 hour(s) 17 minute(s) Lauren Lemon is the online persona for Lauren Randolph, a photographer based in Los Angeles. She built her photography career in part through a series of personal projects, including taking one self-portrait a day for an entire year in 2009. She's also one of the most popular photographers on Instagram, with more than 200,000 followers. In this first installment of The Creative Spark, she talks about the importance of social networks and personal projects in establishing a photography career. We follow Lauren for the day as she plans and choreographs a creative photo shoot in her distinctive visual style and uses Instagram as part of her creative process.CreativePhotography
Finance Essentials for Small Business0 hour(s) 51 minute(s) Manage your small business successfully with these finance essentials from accounting professors Jim and Kay Stice. They explain the five reasons so many small businesses fail and outline strategies—such as tracking your accounting, managing your operating cycle, and forecasting cash flow—that will help you manage your small business better. They also provide valuable perspective on pricing strategies and the dangers of fast growth.BeginnerBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Finance and Accounting, Small Business and Entrepreneurship
Learning MongoDB1 hour(s) 35 minute(s) MongoDB—an open-source, document database—makes it easy to bring up an application stack and start coding. In this course, get started with MongoDB, and learn about the differences between relational and document databases. Kirsten Hunter covers working with the Mongo shell, setting up basic indexing functionality, and building an application in Node.js. Plus, she discusses advanced topics such as indexing, sharding, and replication. To help you grasp the concepts covered in this course, she provides practical exercises in the shell and in Node.js.IntermediateTechnologySoftware Development, Database Management, Web Development
CISA Cert Prep: 3 Information Technology Life Cycle for IS Auditors0 hour(s) 34 minute(s) Prepare to become a Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA). The CISA Cert Prep series tackles the exam one domain at a time, helping you acquire all the skills you need to confidently manage IT security audits. CISA Cert Prep: 3 teaches the IT life cycle: acquisition, development, and implementation. Learn the benefits of maintaining an IT portfolio and review the phases of the project management life cycle, including initiation, planning, execution and monitoring, and closeout. The final videos explain how to audit these activities and review best practices for software development management. Instructor Michael Lester makes the lessons quick and engaging and provides test prep tips to help you pass the exam the very first time.IntermediateTechnologySecurity
Decoding Body Language0 hour(s) 29 minute(s) Learn how to decode body language and use it to build better relationships at home and work. In this course, adapted from the podcast How to Be Awesome at Your Job, host Pete Mockaitis interviews professor and former FBI special agent Joe Navarro. Joe explains how to get to the bottom of body language, starting with why it’s so hard to tell if someone’s lying. Some people may be displaying ‘dishonest’ behavior such as not giving direct eye contact or shuffling away, but it could be that they are naturally anxious. However, Joe reveals six significant tells, and then recommends three that you can use to indicate interest and engagement, such as tilting your head and leaning forward. With these tips, you can decode the hidden motivations of others and maximize the effectiveness of your own communication. This course was created by Pete Mockaitis of How to Be Awesome at Your Job. We are pleased to offer this training in our library.BeginnerBusinessProfessional Development, Leadership and Management
Painter 2019 Essential Training3 hour(s) 44 minute(s) Join digital painting pioneer John Derry as he teaches basic and advanced creative techniques in Corel Painter 2019 that can get beginners up and running. John helps to acquaint you with the brand-new Painter interface as he steps through the creation of five travel posters. Along the way, he shines a spotlight on some of the hidden gems in the 2019 version of the software. Discover how to use tools like custom palettes and layouts to curate your work environment, how to adjust brushes for maximum performance, and how to approach illustrating using the Scratchboard tool. In addition, John shows how to create depth in your work by painting on layers. To wrap up, he goes over safety nets that can help you minimize unwanted accidents and demonstrates how to troubleshoot when a brush won't paint.BeginnerCreativeAnimation and Illustration
Evaluating Business Investment Decisions0 hour(s) 49 minute(s) Making an investment is risky for a company of any size. How do you know if a purchase or acquisition is in the best interests of your organization? When will the investment pay off? Being able to fairly evaluate a business investment—whether it’s acquiring new technology or a competitor’s business—will help make your investments more strategic and make your decisions more informed. Join instructor Joshua Rischin, as he walks through the various ways to evaluate business investment decisions and understand the potential impacts on your company or organization. Learn how to capture key parameters and assumptions, estimate the costs and benefits, summarize the output, and incorporate this analysis in your decision-making process.IntermediateBusinessFinance and Accounting
Project Management Foundations: Requirements0 hour(s) 27 minute(s) Project requirements are how project managers determine what the business needs and align the project’s goals. Requirements also form the basis for defining a project’s scope, assigning resources, and performing acceptance testing. In this course, Daniel Stanton, PMP, introduces an easy, 10-step process to manage the requirements for any project. Find out how to determine applicable standards, identify your stakeholders, gather and analyze requirements, prioritize them, and document your findings. Daniel also explains how to solicit approval for project requirements and manage ongoing change requests.BeginnerBusinessProject Management
SharePoint Workflow Automation: Nintex1 hour(s) 15 minute(s) Make more of your repeat processes run automatically by leveraging the workflow capabilities of SharePoint. Admins and power users can readily learn and adopt the Nintex plugin as a solution for creating workflows, without having to write code. This course explores how to use Nintex, including how to automate an approval workflow, add workflow actions, monitor workflows, and design drag-and-drop forms.IntermediateBusiness, TechnologyBusiness Software and Tools, Business Analysis and Strategy, Data Science
Test Prep: SAT1 hour(s) 39 minute(s) Get your SAT prep off to a great start with these study and test-taking strategies from Vince Kotchian, a test prep coach who has been helping prepare students for the SAT for the last eight years. In this course, he'll walk you through the best practices, as well as tips and tricks, for acing the SAT. He'll review the format and scoring of the test, show you how to write a great essay, review questions from the Math and Writing sections, and introduce strategies for tackling the Critical Reading section of the SAT.BeginnerBusinessTraining and Education
Advanced Node.js: Scaling Applications1 hour(s) 15 minute(s) While Node.js is great for creating small apps with minimal surface areas, it was designed to scale. In this course, learn sophisticated programming techniques that can help you scale your Node.js applications. Instructor Alex Banks goes over the scale cube, discussing the different directions in which an app can be scaled: along the x-axis, z-axis, and y-axis. He also looks at cloning, discussing how to fork your Node.js processes and work with clusters with PM2. Plus, learn how to set up horizontal partitioning to split data between databases, as well as how to decompose applications into microservices.AdvancedTechnologyWeb Development
Getting the Most out of Video on Facebook2 hour(s) 20 minute(s) Social media has become critical to gaining exposure in the video and photography world. With social media platforms like Facebook, you can increase your brand’s visibility and also take advantage of their free features to communicate and advertise. This course shows how to build your audience, your brand, and your business on Facebook using video. Learn how to get video into the platform, create viewing events such as premieres and watch parties, discover video using Facebook Search, and live stream with Facebook Live. Instructor Rich Harrington also shows how to add 360° video to Facebook and make videos accessible by embedding your own captions or have Facebook auto-generate them for you. Plus, learn how to build a custom “player” around your videos to make your brand’s Facebook page stand out.Creative, BusinessVideo, Marketing
Advanced Affinity Photo for Desktop1 hour(s) 51 minute(s) Affinity Photo is a powerful but approachable image enhancement program that is being embraced by a growing number of photographers. In this course, instructor Steve Caplin covers advanced techniques that can help experienced users get more out of this powerful photo app. Steve goes beyond the essentials, explaining how to restore hazy images, work with advanced blending controls, convert images to black and white, sharpen the edges of an image, and more. Plus, he shares how to boost your productivity by setting your own keyboard shortcuts and creating macros.AdvancedCreativePhotography
Ethereum: Building Blockchain Decentralized Apps (DApps)1 hour(s) 46 minute(s) Are you interested in writing blockchain apps or integrating cryptocurrency into your existing apps? In this project-based course, Drew Falkman shows mobile and web developers who are broadly familiar with programming concepts how to work in the Ethereum blockchain environment. As he walks through the creation of a smart contract, a web user interface, and the JavaScript needed to link the two, Drew helps to familiarize you with key programming concepts and techniques surrounding Ethereum development. Discover what the Ethereum blockchain is and how it differs from bitcoin. Get an introduction to Solidity, the programming language used to write smart contracts on the Ethereum network. In addition, learn how to build decentralized applications (DApps) using some of the web programming languages you're already familiar with.IntermediateBusiness, TechnologyFinance and Accounting, Data Science, Web Development, Software Development
Learning OneNote 2016 Class Notebooks1 hour(s) 28 minute(s) The OneNote Class Notebook add-in allows educators to organize resources and deliver interactive lessons, as well as grade assignments and collaborate with students in real time. In this course, author and educator Oliver Schinkten explores how to leverage Class Notebooks for the online or blended classroom. Topics include embedding content such as tables, audio, and video; creating quizzes; interacting with students; adding assignments; and collaborating with Class Notebooks. Oliver also explores the student view so educators know exactly how their lessons will appear to students, and he shows how to connect a notebook to a learning management system (LMS) such as Canvas.BeginnerBusinessTraining and Education
3ds Max 2020 Essential Training10 hour(s) 55 minute(s) 3ds Max is best known for its modeling and rendering tools. These strengths come into play in architecture, manufacturing, game development, industrial design, and motion graphics. There are dozens of features and techniques to master, from sculpting and texturing to lighting and rendering. This course covers 3ds Max from the ground up, providing an overview of the entire package, as well as essential skills that 3D artists need to create professional models and animations. Learn how to get around the 3ds Max interface and customize it to suit your preferences. Discover how to model different objects using splines, polygons, subdivision surfaces, and freeform modeling. Instructor Aaron F. Ross also shows how to construct hierarchies, add cameras and lights, animate with keyframes, and more.BeginnerCreativeAEC, Animation and Illustration, Product and Manufacturing, Visualization and Real-Time
Outlook 2011 para Mac esencial3 hour(s) 12 minute(s) Outlook 2011 para Mac ha sido creado para manejar tu correo electrónico, tus contactos, compromisos, tareas y notas, que son elementos que cotidianamente te ayudan en tu trabajo y actividad personal. Aprenderás a conocer desde un punto de vista práctico las posibilidades que tiene el programa para la gestión de email, la gestión del tiempo a través del calendario, el mantenimiento de la agenda de contactos, y cómo organizar las tareas pendientes y otras herramientas de mantenimiento del correo. En este curso aprenderás desde lo más esencial para el manejo del correo electrónico, hasta tareas más específicas para mantenimiento del mismo y la organización de tu trabajo.
Fundamentos esenciales de la programación5 hour(s) 48 minute(s) Aprende a desarrollar aplicaciones informáticas en cualquier lenguaje de programación con este curso en el que te explicamos, de la manera más clara y directa posible, cuáles son los componentes comunes a cualquier lenguaje y cuáles son los pasos que tienes que dar para convertir cualquier idea en tu cabeza en una aplicación informática.
Strategic Planning Foundations1 hour(s) 22 minute(s) Join executive leadership consultant and coach Mike Figliuolo as he reveals how to implement a strategic planning process in your organization—a process that can be repeated yearly and ensures you get input from all relevant stakeholders. In this course, Mike shows you how to establish and articulate your organization's core competencies, vision, mission, and strategic filters. Using these criteria, he shows how to prioritize competing initiatives, how to allocate resources to best support those initiatives, and how all of these factors combine to create a compelling strategic plan.IntermediateBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Business Analysis and Strategy, Leadership and Management, Professional Development, Small Business and Entrepreneurship
C# for Unity Game Development1 hour(s) 37 minute(s) Ready to start developing your first game, but need to get up to speed on C#? Learn the basics of programming in C# for Unity and find out how to script your first game development project. Jesse Freeman covers the structure, syntax, and language of C# as it works inside the Unity IDE. The lessons focus on the most important concepts for beginners to master, including variables, methods, data structures, flow control, classes, inheritance, interfaces, and composition. The goal of the course is to teach developers the basics of how to use C# in Unity as well as some higher-level scripting strategies.BeginnerTechnologySoftware Development
Photoshop for Photographers: Portrait Retouching6 hour(s) 4 minute(s) In this course, photographer, author, and teacher Chris Orwig details the tools every photographer needs to retouch portraits to make them look their best while remaining authentic. The course includes an overview of the retouching process and how to develop a plan for a retouching project. After exploring techniques to improve the overall photo, Chris shares his techniques for reducing wrinkles, enhancing eyes and other facial features, improving hair, and retouching makeup. The course concludes with a look at retouching skin and reshaping portions of a portrait using transformations, the Warp tool, and the Liquify filter.IntermediateCreativePhotography
Product Innovation for Product Managers1 hour(s) 9 minute(s) In order for a company to expand into new markets and continuously grow their business, they must innovate. As a product manager, understanding how to approach each stage of the product innovation process—from identifying the right problem to launching and scaling—is key. In this course, Karen Holst walks through this process, sharing practical strategies and tools that can help you facilitate the creation of valuable new products. Karen shares how to better understand your company's ecosystem and approach the different phases of innovation, including preparation and discovery, creating ideas, testing and prototyping, and launching and scaling.IntermediateBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Business Analysis and Strategy
Microsoft Teams: Learning Shifts for Firstline Workers0 hour(s) 56 minute(s) Microsoft Teams offers features tailored to the unique needs of firstline workers—individuals who work in service- or task-oriented roles across industries such as retail, hospitality, travel, and manufacturing. In this course, Nick Brazzi shows managers and firstline employees how to leverage this functionality to efficiently manage work schedules using Teams. Discover how to use the Shifts tool to manage staffing schedules, including how to add staff members to a schedule, build a schedule and set shifts, and schedule time off. Plus, learn how to view schedules on both the desktop and mobile app, request to swap a shift, and properly schedule change requests.BeginnerBusinessBusiness Software and Tools
Acciones de Photoshop: Trucos3 hour(s) 33 minute(s) Dinamiza tu productividad en retoque fotográfico y cubre así las exigencias profesionales de un mundo cada vez más exigente. En este curso de trucos de acciones en Photoshop descubrirás algunos de los secretos del retoque que muchos profesionales utilizan para aumentar dicha productividad. Verás el porqué, el cómo y el cuándo de la creación de estas acciones, para que entiendas su motivación y seas capaz de aplicarlas a tu trabajo. Las acciones, además de aumentar tu rendimiento, te darán la tranquilidad que tu lado creativo necesita ya que te aseguran que Photoshop aplicará la estética que deseas a cada imagen.
CompTIA A+ (220-1001) Cert Prep 8: Internet and the Cloud1 hour(s) 56 minute(s) CompTIA A+ (220-1001): Cert Prep is a comprehensive 10-part series designed to help IT professionals prepare for the CompTIA A+ Core 1 (220-1001) exam, which focuses on critical IT support tasks and essential troubleshooting skills. In this installment, CompTIA expert Mike Meyers reviews internet fundamentals—from broadband connections to VPNs—and essential virtualization concepts that you need to grasp to ace the test. Mike explains the differences between LANs, WANs, MANs, and PANs, and analyzes the functions of local and server-based firewalls. He explores classic email protocols, goes over a generic VPN setup, and shows how to set up IoT devices. In addition, he explains how to set up a virtual machine and dives into the basics of cloud computing. We are a CompTIA Content Publishing Partner. As such, we are able to offer CompTIA exam vouchers at a 10% discount. For more information on how to obtain this discount, please download these PDF instructions.BeginnerTechnologyIT Help Desk, Network and System Administration
Statistics Foundations: 21 hour(s) 56 minute(s) Statistics are a core skill for many careers. Basic stats are critical for making decisions, new discoveries, investments, and even predictions. But sometimes you need to move beyond the basics. Statistics Fundamentals – Part 2 takes business users and data science mavens into practical, example-based learning of the intermediate skills associated with statistics: samples and sampling, confidence intervals, and hypothesis testing. Eddie Davila first provides a bridge from Part 1, reviewing introductory concepts such as data and probability, and then moves into the topics of sampling, random samples, sample sizes, sampling error and trustworthiness, the central unit theorem, t-distribution, confidence intervals (including explaining unexpected outcomes), and hypothesis testing. This course is a must for those working in data science, business, and business analytics—or anyone else who wants to go beyond means and medians and gain a deeper understanding of how statistics work in the real world.BeginnerTechnologyContinuing Education (CEU), Data Science
Excel Business Intelligence: Data Modeling 1011 hour(s) 5 minute(s) Learn the basics of data modeling in Microsoft Excel from experienced Excel trainer Chris Dutton. In this course—the second installment in the Excel Business Intelligence series—Chris discusses the essentials of database design and normalization. He steps through the data model interface in Excel and provides tried-and-true tips and tricks. The topics covered in this course can help you bolster your understanding of table relationships, hierarchies, and more.IntermediateTechnologyData Science
Drawing Vector Graphics: Linear Line Illustration2 hour(s) 3 minute(s) Linear line illustration (LLI), or continuous line drawing, is an adaptable and fun style to work in, resulting in clean, clear designs that are suitable for print or animation. In this course Von takes you through the process of creating a linear line illustration using Adobe Illustrator. While showing how to build an LLI digitally, he explains the aesthetic rules, the tricks to getting more depth out of it, and tips for adding color, motion, and a sense of life to your drawings. Members will also be offered a challenge to get their feet wet.IntermediateCreativeAnimation and Illustration
SharePoint Online: Migrating from InfoPath to PowerApps1 hour(s) 56 minute(s) Discover how to use SharePoint PowerApps to create forms, whether you’re looking to take your existing SharePoint forms to the next level or need a solution now that Microsoft is sunsetting InfoPath. Instructor Phil Gold walks you through creating custom list forms in PowerApps, referencing familiar touch points for InfoPath users. Explore how to change the look and feel of forms quickly to give your users the best experience as well as how to use more advanced features such as conditional formatting, validation, and building in automation.IntermediateTechnology, BusinessNetwork and System Administration, Business Software and Tools
InDesign CC: Scripts y plugins de terceros2 hour(s) 1 minute(s) ¿Cómo puedes añadir más capacidad y funcionalidad al programa de maquetación más potente del planeta? Mediante plugins de terceros y potentes scripts. Por otro lado, puede consumir mucho tiempo y esfuerzo encontrar justo el recurso que necesitas para esa tarea especial. Es por ello que en este curso conocerás los mejores plugins y scripts que necesitas para agilizar procesos de diseño, maquetación y producción de todos tus documentos de InDesign.
Lectora Online 2017 Essential Training2 hour(s) 35 minute(s) Lectora Online is a web-based elearning tool that allows you to leverage cloud authoring and responsive course design to more easily create and share elearning content. In this course, Oliver Schinkten helps you get up and running with Lectora Online by demonstrating how to use this powerful tool to create dynamic online courses, presentations, and assessments. He shows how to customize your account settings, create titles, add chapters and pages, and save the look and layout of a slide as a template. Plus, he explains how to add tests and quizzes, collaborate with team members, and more.BeginnerBusinessTraining and Education
Ethical Hacking: Enumeration1 hour(s) 57 minute(s) Ethical hacking is one of the most desired stills for any IT security professional. White hat hackers can detect, prevent, and mitigate network intrusions and data theft: a critical liability for any company that does business online or in the cloud. This course introduces to the concept of enumeration—identifying the resources on a host or network, including user names, ports and services, policies, and more. It covers protocol, process, and service enumeration on Windows and Linux, and maps to the Enumeration competency from the Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) body of knowledge. Malcolm discusses host profiling, enumerating protocols (such as SMB, RPC, and SNMP), and enumerating the Internet, and concludes with demos of third-party tools organizations can use to mitigate risk, including SuperScan, NetScan Pro, and JXplorer. An overview of the CEH exam, blueprint, and eligibility criteria can be found at
3ds Max: Medical Product Visualization with Arnold1 hour(s) 23 minute(s) 3ds Max—combined with its rendering engine, Arnold—can help you create dynamic content for the presentation of product ideas and concepts. In this course, learn how to use 3ds Max and Arnold to create compelling product visualizations for medical devices. Instructor Duane Loose starts by showing how to set up 3ds Max 2018 for Arnold rendering, and how to import CAD assets. Duane then covers materials, how to build a material library, and how to light and render your scenes. To wrap up, Duane discusses compositing and output, including how to leverage Photoshop and After Effects to prepare your imagery for marketing and promotional materials.IntermediateCreativeVisualization and Real-Time, Product and Manufacturing, Motion Graphics and VFX, AEC, Animation and Illustration
Learning the Chrome Browser2 hour(s) 31 minute(s) Enjoy a better Internet experience with Chrome, the web browser from Google. In this course, Nick Brazzi covers the basics of navigation and shows how to add bookmarks, use tabs, manage security and privacy settings, and use some advanced features like extensions and themes. Plus, learn how to access you Google account with Chrome and use Chrome on the go, on Android and iOS devices.BeginnerBusinessBusiness Software and Tools
Resume Makeover1 hour(s) 55 minute(s) If you're looking for your dream job, you have to be prepared to act quickly. That means having an incredible, on-point, "you had us at hello" resume. Is yours in working order? This course helps anyone make over a lackluster resume into something truly special. Career strategist and nationally recognized resume writer Jenny Foss takes you through the very same process she uses at to develop resumes for her own clients. She teaches you how to condense years of experience into a compelling marketing document, address resume gaps and job hops, and choose the right format for the final document. She also explains how the hiring process works (from the perspective of both the resume scanning software and the human reviewer), so that when you do apply for that incredible new job, you have a real shot at landing an interview.BusinessCareer Development
Running a Design Business: Starting Small1 hour(s) 33 minute(s) Learn how to transition your freelance design career into a full-fledged business, one step at a time, in this installment of Running a Design Business. Petrula Vrontikis, founder of her own design firm, explains how to parse the legal options, business licenses, and tax ramifications that come with starting a small business; hire subcontractors and employees; get work; and maintain good business relationships. The course also points to important trends in the industry that your office might want to embrace, such as virtual partnerships that allow you to nimbly collaborate, and common small business challenges that you want to make sure to avoid.BeginnerBusiness, CreativeSmall Business and Entrepreneurship, Graphic Design
BASILE Studio: Designing Timeless Restaurants0 hour(s) 8 minute(s) BASILE Studio builds restaurants, office spaces, and other high-end interiors that use classic materials—wood, glass, and steel—in high-tech ways. The results are unique and timeless—and surprisingly fast. By combining the design studio and the manufacturing arm of the business into a single seamless operation, BASILE Studio is able to offer clients the dream: custom design that's ready in a fraction of the normal time. In this short film, founder Paul Basile and his team reveal the ingredients that go into their compelling designs, and into the success of their firm. Get a tour of the factory floor, their state-of-the-art CNC tools, and their CAD-driven studio, and discover how rapid prototyping is transforming the future of interior design.CreativeAEC
Excel for Mac 2016: Advanced Formulas and Functions6 hour(s) 54 minute(s) Conquer some of the most daunting features in Microsoft Excel: formulas and functions. In this Excel for Mac 2016 update to his popular series, author Dennis Taylor presents numerous formulas and functions in Excel and shows how to use them efficiently. The course begins with tips and keyboard shortcuts to accelerate the way you work with formulas within one or multiple worksheets. Dennis then covers how to perform logical tests with the IF, AND, OR, and NOT functions; search and retrieve data with lookup functions (VLOOKUP, MATCH, and INDEX); analyze data with statistical functions; use text functions to clean up worksheets; work with array formulas and functions, and master date and time calculations. Dennis focuses on practical examples that transition effortlessly to real-world scenarios. Start watching to take advantage of the tremendous power offered by Excel formulas and functions.AdvancedBusinessBusiness Software and Tools
Time Management Fundamentals with Microsoft Office1 hour(s) 10 minute(s) Learn how to apply the principles covered in Dave Crenshaw's popular Time Management Fundamentals course with the Microsoft Office tools you're already using. In this course, time management expert Dave Crenshaw shows how to manage your time and boost productivity with Microsoft Office. He begins by showing how to prep your Office tools for maximum productivity, stepping through how to adjust user settings in Outlook, OneNote, and OneDrive. Next, he walks through the app-specific steps for implementing his popular approach to time management: processing email more efficiently in Outlook; leveraging the capabilities of OneNote to boost personal productivity; and creating a time budget in the Outlook calendar that's suited to your personal work style and goals.BusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Professional Development, Business Software and Tools
Node.js Essential Training: Web Servers, Tests, and Deployment2 hour(s) 39 minute(s) Deepen your essential knowledge of Node.js. Node.js is a powerful tool for controlling servers and building web applications. This training course provides a strong foundation in those intermediate-level topics: working with web servers and testing and deploying applications. Instructor Alex Banks introduces the HTTP module for making HTTP requests and shows how to install and manage Node.js modules with the node package manager (npm). He also dives into WebSockets for real-time two-way communication between web servers and clients—and demos a chat application that puts it to good use. In the final chapter, he shows how to test and debug Node.js code and use available tooling to streamline common tasks, such as compiling and minification.AdvancedTechnologyWeb Development
Developing Adaptable Managers0 hour(s) 44 minute(s) The rules of management have changed. Managers must be able to adapt to a constantly changing workplace, which means they need to play more roles to do their jobs effectively. To help their employees stay the course in times of uncertainty, managers must be game to be project managers, coaches, counselors, mentors, remote managers, and change agents. In this course, eParachute founder Gary Bolles explains how to help managers become more adaptive, so that they can solve new problems as the world changes rapidly around them. Gary shares how to create an environment where adaptive managers can thrive, and discusses how to manage an adaptive workforce. He also outlines the specific "knowledges," skills, and traits of adaptive managers, and how leaders can scale adaptively in their organizations.IntermediateBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Leadership and Management, Human Resources
Selling into Industries: Technology Companies0 hour(s) 41 minute(s) Tech firms move fast and make decisions quickly. In this course, learn how to figure out who your tech buyer is and how to win their business in an ever-changing environment. Lisa Earle McLeod and Elizabeth McLeod guide you through the world of tech, spelling out tech jargon, key industry trends, and the tech funding process so that you can tailor your sales approach to your buyer. Learn how to unpack your potential client's competitive landscape, connect yourself with pertinent financial metrics, and break through the clutter to get yourself noticed.IntermediateBusinessSales
How to Get Great Customer Service0 hour(s) 29 minute(s) Great customer service often comes down to an interaction between two people: the employee and the customer. By becoming the type of customer who employees will go out of their way to serve, you can consistently get better service. And as you learn to get great service, you can also develop valuable skills to help you serve your own customers at a higher level. In this course, Jeff Toister reveals the essential skills you need to get great customer service. Discover how to develop rapport, go the extra mile to increase the likelihood of having a memorable service experience, and be part of the solution.IntermediateBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Customer Service
Excel: Gráficos avanzados2 hour(s) 34 minute(s) Expande y profundiza tus habilidades a la hora de representar la información mediante gráficos en Excel. Descubre cuál es el gráfico ideal para cada proyecto, según el objetivo y la situación. Además, domina todos los trucos, técnicas y gráficos avanzados especiales que puedes crear con Excel.
Penetration Testing: Advanced Enumeration1 hour(s) 39 minute(s) Enumeration is the key to achieving success with penetration testing, and learning how to do it effectively can be challenging. Whether you're preparing for the Offensive Security Certified Professional (OSCP) exam or you're just looking to brush up on enumeration, this course can help you become more adept at this essential phase in pen testing. Instructor Malcolm Shore provides a refresher on the basic methods of enumerating networks and target systems, offering you hands-on experience with the main tools. Malcolm then digs deeper into some more sophisticated uses of the tools and introduces new ones which provide a broader range of enumeration options. He also discusses some automated systems which bring together many tools to do scripted enumeration.AdvancedTechnologySecurity
Marketing online: Creación de un calendario editorial1 hour(s) 16 minute(s) Descubre todas las ventajas que tiene trabajar con previsión y contar con la planificación de un buen calendario editorial. Consigue que todos los miembros de tu equipo de copywriters trabajen en una misma dirección y con una línea editorial clara, gracias a esta herramienta imprescindible en el marketing de contenidos.
Visio 2013 Essential Training5 hour(s) 53 minute(s) Whether you're creating an org chart, mapping a network, or drawing a floor plan, this course will help you master the intricacies of Visio 2013, the powerful diagramming and vector graphics software. Author David Rivers helps you explore the Visio interface, from working with shapes, creating basic diagrams, and connecting diagrams to adding objects (text, graphics, and links), styling diagrams with themes, and formatting shapes, pictures, and text. The final chapters concentrate on creating different types of projects with Visio: org charts and brainstorming diagrams, timelines, calendars, floor plans, and prototypes.BeginnerBusinessBusiness Software and Tools
Windows 10 Anniversary Update0 hour(s) 45 minute(s) Con este curso queremos acercarte a la importante actualización que ha experimentado Windows 10 en la Anniversary Update. Se trata de un paso de gigante que Microsoft ha querido dar para ser más competitivo, si cabe, en cuanto a su sistema operativo. Hay múltiples cambios y avances, pero los apartados que más novedades ofrecen son el navegador Edge y la utilización de lápices digitales en aplicaciones de dibujo a mano alzada. Además, encontraremos nuevas características en Cortana, Windows Defender y Menú Inicio, así como muchas nuevas posibilidades de configuración referidas a aspectos visuales y de facilidad de uso.
Construction Management: Managing Risk0 hour(s) 59 minute(s) Risk is an inherent part of construction and an integral part of the construction manager's job. Over the course of a project, you may have to manage compliance and safety issues, schedule and cost overruns, contract disputes, and more. To be successful, you need to understand the biggest risk factors faced on a job site and how to mitigate them. In this course, OSHA Authorized Outreach Trainer Jim Rogers explains the basics of risk management for construction. Learn how risk changes with the complexity of the project and the type of delivery method being employed. Review your role and the scope of the risk management process, from analysis to control. Finally, review how technology can help you manage the challenges involved in daily activities.BeginnerCreative, BusinessAEC, Continuing Education (CEU), Finance and Accounting
WordPress 5 Essential Training: Site Administration2 hour(s) 0 minute(s) WordPress is an easy way to get a website up and running, but sometimes you want to take a WordPress site further. This course shows how to administer a self-hosted WordPress site. Learn how to work with the settings, including important privacy settings, and configure your site's style, menus, widgets, and theme with the Customizer. Find out how to extend WordPress with plugins, add and manage users, and manage comments and spam. Instructor Morten Rand-Hendriksen also provides tips for keeping your WordPress site secure and up to date—and troubleshoot it when something goes wrong.BeginnerTechnologyWeb Development
Cybersecurity Awareness: Cybersecurity While Traveling1 hour(s) 0 minute(s) Tightly controlled security is a lot tougher when you are on the road. Learn about the various cybersecurity situations you will run into while traveling, and the technology that can be used to help keep you safe. This course reviews the triangle of security, as well as wireless and wired threats and countermeasures. Instructor Jordan Scott designed the training primarily to raise awareness of travel situations commonly encountered while trying to maintain connectivity. This includes accessing open Wi-Fi networks securely, using SSL, setting up VPNs, and more. Note: This course was recorded and produced by Mentor Source, Inc. We're pleased to host this training in our library.BeginnerTechnologySecurity
Audition CC esencial3 hour(s) 6 minute(s) En este curso aprenderás a trabajar ágilmente con Audition CC. Dominarás la navegación, herramientas, visualización, edición y flujos de trabajo del sonido profesional. Conocerás los fundamentos y terminología esencial del audio digital, y también aprenderás a importar, exportar y reconocer los distintos formatos y características del sonido. Descubre toda la potencia de Audition CC.
Corporate Financial Statement Analysis1 hour(s) 30 minute(s) Financial reports contain a trove of information about your company's past, present, and future. With the basic tenants of financial analysis in your tool kit, you can use these reports to gain valuable insights into your organization's strengths and shortcomings. In this course, Jim and Kay Stice dive into the subject of financial statements, explaining how to work with and analyze them. They start off with some general knowledge about the structure and layout of a financial statement, and then go deeper by looking at the various ratios most commonly found in these statements. Plus, they detail the various limitations of financial statement analysis. By the end of this course, you'll be able to analyze financial statements to spot concerning trends and make smarter calls going forward.IntermediateBusinessFinance and Accounting
Nonprofit Management Foundations2 hour(s) 28 minute(s) Thinking about leading a nonprofit organization? Internationally renowned author Leslie Crutchfield provides a primer on nonprofit management and leadership. She explains how nonprofits are different than for-profits and the challenges and opportunities that come with leading them. In addition, she provides a comprehensive overview of how fundraising, talent recruiting and retention, governance, finance, and accounting work at a nonprofit level. She also shares her insights on how to scale both your organization and the impact your organization has on the world.BeginnerBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Leadership and Management
Impromptu Speaking0 hour(s) 22 minute(s) We are often called on unexpectedly in professional and social situations to deliver an impromptu speech. These moments offer us opportunities to sell an idea, influence a colleague, and make an unforgettable impression. Instead of hoping you do well, take this short course and have some techniques and ideas in your back pocket. Learn why impromptu speaking is so critical to your career, how to use key structural elements to craft a strong impromptu statement, and what to do when you have no time to prepare. This course also covers how to handle special circumstances, such as when you're drawing a blank or dealing with a technical question.BeginnerBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Marketing, Career Development, Professional Development, Leadership and Management
PowerPoint for Mac Essential Training (Office 365)2 hour(s) 1 minute(s) Learn how to create, edit, and share presentations with Microsoft PowerPoint, the powerful presentation and slideshow tool included with Office 365 for Mac. Jess Stratton begins by stepping through how to build a slideshow from scratch, as well as how to leverage PowerPoint templates and themes for quick construction. Jess then demonstrates how to add and edit text, images, charts, video, and animation; format slides for consistency; and add speaker notes and transitions to ensure a smooth delivery. Plus, discover how to collaborate on changes and then share your final presentation as a video file or PDF.BeginnerBusinessBusiness Software and Tools
Audio Mixing Bootcamp8 hour(s) 53 minute(s) In this course, author Bobby Owsinski reveals industry tips, tricks, and techniques for producing professionally mixed audio on any digital audio workstation. He offers recommendations for setting up an optimal listening environment, highlights the most efficient ways to set up and balance a mix, and shows how to build a powerful sound with compression. The course also explains how to master the intricacies of EQ; incorporate reverb, delay, and modulation effects; and generate the final mix.BeginnerCreativeAudio and Music
Social Media Promotion for Musicians, Artists, and Engineers4 hour(s) 2 minute(s) Any artist, band, producer, or recording engineer trying to promote their work has a wide variety of social media outlets to choose from. That said, learning all of the related tools and best practices can be daunting and time-consuming. In this course, Bobby Owsinski shares helpful tips and best practices for online marketing and promotion that can help you harness the power of social media to promote your music and increase your fan base. Bobby shares strategies for marketing with your website, blog, and mailing list, and explains how to optimize your presence on key social media platforms—Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram—to promote your work. He provides an overview of the social networks, shares tips for developing your brand, and goes into the overall qualities of a strong social media strategy.Business, CreativeMarketing, Audio and Music, Small Business and Entrepreneurship
Yo Santosa, Branding Expert0 hour(s) 24 minute(s) Yo Santosa took a big leap when she decided to quit her job as a motion graphics artist. But her fledgling design agency, Ferroconcrete, has gone on to create award-winning branding campaigns for companies like Pinkberry, TNT, and TBS. As Yo explains it, there are parallels. Branding, like film, is about storytelling. But instead of telling a story over a few minutes or hours, a brand's story is told over a period of months, years, or even decades. In this Creative Spark, Yo explains how her team maps the personality of a brand, creates messaging and imagery that support it, and helps clients earn the love and loyalty of their customers. See how this played out for Pinkberry, which under Ferroconcrete's guidance evolved from a single storefront to a nationally recognized name. Yo's team also introduces its fragrance line, Commodity, a project they started to gain firsthand experience building a product alongside the brand. Plus, get a glimpse of the uniquely collaborative design team hard at work in their downtown LA offices.CreativeGraphic Design
Critical Thinking1 hour(s) 6 minute(s) Critical thinking is the ability to think reflectively and independently in order to make thoughtful decisions. By focusing on root-cause issues critical thinking helps you avoid future problems that can result from your actions. In this course, leadership trainer and expert Mike Figliuolo outlines a series of techniques to help you develop your critical thinking skills. He reveals how to define the problem you're trying to solve and then provides a number of critical thinking tools such as blowing up the business, asking the 5 whys and the 7 so whats, exploring the 80/20 rule, and more. He also provides guidance on how to develop this skill across your whole team.BusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Professional Development, Leadership and Management, Business Analysis and Strategy, Project Management
Ruby on Rails: Get More From ActiveRecord4 hour(s) 27 minute(s) Ready to speed up Ruby on Rails development? Understanding how ActiveRecord is used to create, update, and retrieve data in a relational database is fundamental to writing more efficient, object-oriented code. This course helps you understand the basics of ActiveRecord and leverage shortcuts and techniques to make data migrations faster and more powerful. Kevin Skoglund reviews the basics of working with database records, and shows how to use ActiveRecord queries to locate records faster. He also shows how to use callbacks to automate functionality when objects are saved or deleted, and create associations between ActiveRecord models to streamline common operations. By the end of the course, you will have the skills you need to write concise, high-performance Rails code that eliminates the need to deal with SQL and other tedious database queries.AdvancedTechnologyWeb Development
Estrategias de comunicación para startups y pymes1 hour(s) 5 minute(s) En este curso las pequeñas y medianas empresas y las startups descubrirán que existen múltiples acciones de comunicación que pueden llevarse a cabo con un bajo presupuesto obteniendo grandes resultados. Todas las empresas, independientemente de su tamaño necesitan comunicarse con sus públicos, dar a conocer los valores de su marca e informar sobre los productos y servicios que ofrecen. Llevada a cabo correctamente, la comunicación permite que marcas pequeñas y recientes se codeen en los espacios de los medios de comunicación con las multinacionales más poderosas.
Python for the C# Developer1 hour(s) 55 minute(s) Python is hugely popular, boasts an elegant syntax, and has played a notable role in the rise of the open-source community. While this highly readable language can add value to any developer's toolkit, it can be of particular help to C# developers who want to better grasp how .NET is shifting to embrace the open-source community. In this course, Reynald Adolphe helps to acquaint C# developers with Python by helping them leverage what they already know. Throughout the course, Reynald highlights the similarities and differences between Python and C# as he goes over key concepts such as functions, conditional statements, and how to create and work with classes. He also demonstrates the four pillars of object-oriented programming—abstraction, polymorphism, inheritance, and encapsulation—as he walks through the creation of a salary calculator.BeginnerTechnologySoftware Development
CATIA V5: Design for Injection Molding1 hour(s) 7 minute(s) Injection molding requires a special approach to design. You need to take into account the behavior of the plastic as it is injected and as it cools. You also need to think about how your part will be removed from the mold. CATIA V5 has special features for making this process easier. In this course, you can learn how to use CATIA to create and prepare designs for manufacturing with injection molding. Learn how to set your tooling direction, parting surface, and other parameters up front, and design the mold off these critical inputs. Instructor Steven Marjieh—CEO of Class A Surfacing—explains how to create the B side of the mold, adjust wall thickness, add ribs for stability, insert bosses for screws and locators, and finish your final part so the fit, finish, and assembly are perfect.IntermediateCreativeProduct and Manufacturing
Learning VUE4 hour(s) 12 minute(s) Creating convincing natural environments is no longer a challenge with VUE, the program used to model and render the photorealistic backdrops seen in blockbuster movies like Avatar. It's a standalone program that integrates seamlessly with many major 3D applications via optional plugins. In this course, you'll see how easy it is to create photorealistic environments in VUE. Author Aaron F. Ross covers sculpting and procedurally generating terrain, adding realistic lighting and atmospherics, and creating thousands or even millions of natural objects such as trees, rocks, and plants in an instant with EcoSystems. With VUE's powerful tools and Aaron's instruction, you'll have everything you need to start building landscapes, oceans, atmospheres, ecosystems, and other realistic digital worlds.BeginnerCreativeVisualization and Real-Time, Animation and Illustration
Deploying Your AWS Application to the Cloud with Docker0 hour(s) 54 minute(s) Today's customers want new features to be deployed quickly, and with little to no downtime. In this course, instructor Carlos Rivas helps you streamline your workflow by building and deploying serverless applications on Amazon Web Services (AWS) using Docker. Carlos covers how to set up and configure a repository using AWS CodeCommit, a Git-compatible repository. He demonstrates how to build Docker images with CodeBuild; create a CI/CD pipeline for your CodeBuild project; build the network infrastructure for your deployment; create a task definition specific to your web application; and more. And in addition to walking through an automated build process and deployment strategy, he explains how to roll back a failed deployment if things go awry. Along the way, Carlos provides challenges that enable you to test your new skills.IntermediateTechnologyCloud Computing
Taxes for Small Business0 hour(s) 45 minute(s) Taxes are an unavoidable part of being in business. By understanding how to manage and minimize your tax burden, you can maximize your profits over time. This course is designed for managers and business owners who want to understand how tax policies and business structures affect your company, and how prudent tax planning can help you stay organized and financially healthy. Learn what's important to manage year-round to avoid a last-minute tax scramble. Find out how to "divide and conquer" with an accountant. Explore best practices to minimize taxes owed. Instructor Jane Barratt, a financial literacy advocate and the CEO of GoldBean, also helps you understand how to use software to assist with tax planning and preparation.BeginnerBusinessSmall Business and Entrepreneurship, Finance and Accounting
Tableau and R for Analytics Projects2 hour(s) 27 minute(s) On its own, Tableau is a powerful tool that helps professionals analyze, display, and generally make sense of the data at their fingertips. With the addition of R—a free, open-source language for data science—you can glean even more insights from your data. In this course, learn how to combine the analytical strengths of R with the visualization power of Tableau to analyze and present data more effectively. Instructor Curt Frye demonstrates how to install R and RServe; create a connection between Tableau and R; perform several types of analyses in R, from linear regression to cluster identification; and incorporate those analyses into Tableau visualizations.IntermediateTechnology, BusinessData Science, Business Analysis and Strategy, Business Software and Tools
Finding and Retaining High Potentials1 hour(s) 0 minute(s) CEOs and HR professionals understand that the ability to attract and retain talent is a company's key competitive advantage. In this course, leadership development consultant Katy Sharon explains the challenge of talent management and outlines strategies for finding and bringing the best and brightest employees to work for your organization. She offers tools and techniques to help you identify "high potentials" in your organization and position your company as an employer of choice, and provides a series of interview questions you can use in your hiring process. Katy also includes a sample high-potential career development plan and a guide for planning conversations about retention.IntermediateBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Leadership and Management, Human Resources, Business Analysis and Strategy, Small Business and Entrepreneurship
Giving Your Elevator Pitch0 hour(s) 13 minute(s) It's important to make a good impression in just the first few minutes you spend with potential mentors, clients, or even friends. In this short course, author and business coach Dr. Todd Dewett explains how to tell others what you do and make a memorable impression in a short period of time with a personal "elevator pitch." Maximize your connection in a minimal amount of time, and start making valuable additions to your network from the get-go.BusinessCareer Development, Leadership and Management, Small Business and Entrepreneurship, Professional Development
Cert Prep: CompTIA Linux+ (XKO-004)9 hour(s) 19 minute(s) Looking to showcase your Linux skill set to potential employers? Earning the CompTIA Linux+ certification can go a long way in proving your expertise. This popular, job-based certification is even required by many employers as a base requirement for administering Linux servers. In this course, Grant McWilliams helps you prepare to pass the CompTIA Linux+ certification exam: XKO-004. This version of the exam was introduced in 2019 and replaces the LX0-103 and LX0-104 exams. Throughout this course, Grant goes over each of the key topics covered in exam XKO-004, including configuration, security, and troubleshooting. Along the way, he provides references to focused courses in our library that provide more in-depth coverage of the subjects covered on this exam.IntermediateTechnologyIT Help Desk, Network and System Administration
Learning ArtRage3 hour(s) 53 minute(s) Learn how to use ArtRage 4 to create digital art in a traditional style. ArtRage utilizes 3D light rendering to enhance its traditional media-based tools and enrich how they interact with the canvas grain, to mimic true-to-life impasto effects and textures. Gaeton Laprade was an early adopter of the software, and has created ArtRage tutorials for Ambient Design. Now he shares his expertise with us. Join Gaeton as he shows how to set up the workspace, create your first painting, and start working with ArtRage's expressive tools, which respond just like traditional oils, pastels, watercolors, and pencils. Then learn to maximize the full potential of the program with the image editing, tracing, and cloning features. Gaeton even shares a method for recording your process, so you can share your own "joy of painting" with others.BeginnerCreativeAnimation and Illustration
ScreenFlow 8 Essential Training3 hour(s) 21 minute(s) ScreenFlow 8 is a powerful, all-in-one tool for screen-capture recording and editing. This popular Mac app allows you to record your screen, import additional video and graphics, edit and compile a presentation, and then deploy it to a variety of formats. In this course, Chris Mattia covers essential tools and techniques that can help elearning creators, instructional designers, and other creative professionals create high-quality screencast recordings. Chris demonstrates how to record your screen and your voice, and then edit the content to tell a compelling story. He shares how to engage your audience by creating animated motion graphics and callouts, as well as how to enhance your workflow by creating and using styles. This course wraps up with best practices for exporting and sharing your content with the world.BeginnerBusinessTraining and Education
Illustrator 2020 One-on-One: Fundamentals18 hour(s) 47 minute(s) Learn how to use Adobe Illustrator 2020 in the first of three comprehensive training courses by industry pro Deke McClelland. Deke demonstrates how to work with artboards; how to draw with the Pencil, Curvature, and Pen tools; and how to organize color with swatches. Deke also covers drawing shapes, adjusting strokes, formatting text with variable fonts, painting freeform artwork with or without a tablet, and more.BeginnerCreativeGraphic Design, Animation and Illustration
Azure para desarrolladores1 hour(s) 39 minute(s) Microsoft Azure es una opción de cómputo en la nube que permite a los desarrolladores disponer de una plataforma de nivel empresarial abierta, flexible y con un alto nivel de calidad. Aprende en este curso a usar las herramientas y servicios que te permitirán crear sitios web, máquinas virtuales o servicios para móviles, entre otras opciones. Descubre cómo dar tus primeros pasos con Azure y aprende con ejemplos a crear, implementar y administrar aplicaciones a través de esta red global de centros de datos.
Muse CC y Edge Animate CC para diseño web4 hour(s) 7 minute(s) Aprende con este curso video2brain a expresar tu creatividad diseñando sitios web mediante herramientas gráficas. Tus sitios web estarán basados en estándares actuales (HTML5, CSS3 y JavaScript) y se verán correctamente en computadores de escritorio, tablets y smartphones.
Creating Presets, LUTs, and Profiles for Video Pros1 hour(s) 30 minute(s) Are you looking to save time and unlock new creative options in your color grading workflow? Learn how to build custom presets, LUTs, and profiles in Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro, DaVinci Resolve, and other popular video editing applications. Instructor Rich Harrington walks you through the process of creating presets in Premiere, After Effects, Final Cut, Motion, and Resolve. Then he shows how to create LUTs in Photoshop, Premiere, Resolve, 3D LUT Creator, IWLTBAP LUT Generator, and Lattice. Finally, explore advanced options for creating lens correction profiles in many of the same applications. Once built, your new presets, LUTs, and profiles will become go-to tools you’ll use time and time again—saving you valuable time and enhancing the overall quality of your productions.IntermediateCreativeVideo, Motion Graphics and VFX
Street Photography: Posed Portraiture1 hour(s) 14 minute(s) Candid street photography is one thing; posed street photography is another. Approaching strangers and asking to photograph them isn't easy. But it's rewarding—not only for your photography, but also for you. It all starts with breaking the ice, and in this course, Steve Simon takes to the streets of New York City to talk to strangers and take their pictures. By posing his subjects at various locations, he creates a portrait of the entire city: people at work, people at play, people in uniform, and people with their own unique style. Along the way, Steve shares the keys to successful posed street portraiture, from starting conversations with strangers to choosing the right gear and lenses.IntermediateCreativePhotography
3ds Max práctico: Sillón LC4 Le Corbusier1 hour(s) 34 minute(s) Crea render realistas para presentación de producto con 3ds Max y V-Rray 2.3 llevando tus imágenes un escalón por encima. Desde el modelado del estudio virtual, hasta la postproducción con Adobe Photoshop, en este workshop de video2brain, aprenderás a utilizar productivamente las capas de render en archivos de formato EXR 32 bits, con los que tendrás control total sobre la imagen final, consiguiendo resultados fotorrealistas.
Blazor First Look1 hour(s) 25 minute(s) Blazor is an exciting .NET web framework that allows developers to run C# in the browser. In this course, Richard Goforth helps you quickly get up to speed with Blazor. Throughout the course, Richard explores the framework's capabilities as he steps through a project in which you add features to a new social media web app. He shares when using Blazor—which is still an experimental web framework—isn't ideal. He also goes over the framework's features, including routing, dependency injection, layouts, and Blazor libraries. Upon wrapping up this course, you'll be prepared to start leveraging Blazor to write rich web applications.IntermediateTechnologyWeb Development
DevSecOps: Building a Secure Continuous Delivery Pipeline1 hour(s) 12 minute(s) Over the past several years, information security has struggled to keep up with the fast-paced DevOps movement. DevSecOps—an extension of DevOps—aims to remedy this by embracing security as an essential part of DevOps culture. This course examines this fresh take on DevOps, providing an overview of the practices and tools that can help you implement security across the entirety of the continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) pipeline. As instructor James Wickett looks at CI/CD through the lens of security, he breaks up the pipeline into five distinct stages: develop, inherit, build, deploy, and operate. As he moves through each of these stages, he provides an overview of best practices and tools that can fit nicely into your DevSecOps toolchain approach.BeginnerTechnologySecurity, DevOps, Software Development
Creating Shader Networks in Maya and mental ray5 hour(s) 28 minute(s) Dive deep into the Hypershade window and shader creation with Maya and the mental ray rendering engine. In this course, author Aaron F. Ross shows how to create materials and shaders for 3D objects, characters, and landscapes, with reflectivity, transparency, and amazing texture. Become more comfortable building shader networks and open up a lot of new possibilities for creative surfaces in Maya.IntermediateCreativeVisualization and Real-Time, Product and Manufacturing, Motion Graphics and VFX, AEC, Animation and Illustration
Avid Media Composer 7 Essential Training7 hour(s) 21 minute(s) Avid Media Composer is among the dominant nonlinear editing solutions in the film and television industry and it's a must-know for aspiring filmmakers. Join author Ashley Kennedy in this course, as she demonstrates basic and intermediate video editing techniques in Media Composer. Learn how to build sequences—everything from simple montages to more complex, interview-based packages—and mix audio, apply effects, and color-correct footage. The course also shows how to create titles, capture and import footage, manage and output media, and troubleshoot common post-production issues, so you'll be prepared to take your movie all the way from concept to creation. Note: This course is an update to Avid Media Composer 6 Essential Training, with additional movies to reflect applicable changes in version 7.BeginnerCreativeVideo
Managing Customer Expectations for Frontline Employees0 hour(s) 22 minute(s) Today's customers expect a lot. Customer service expert Jeff Toister helps frontline employees identify where they can manage the expectations of customers to avoid upsetting them down the line. Specifically, how to avoid situations where unreasonable expectations might develop, and how to choose the right language to educate customers and explain potential areas of confusion. Despite your best efforts, customers may still develop inappropriate expectations, so Jeff also suggests tactics to counteract this problem. Finally, he provides tips for implementing the lessons learned in this course into your everyday customer service routine.BusinessCustomer Service, Professional Development, Leadership and Management
QuickBooks Pro 2020 Essential Training4 hour(s) 17 minute(s) QuickBooks is designed to make running a business easy, so you can focus on what you do best. Learn how to create and back up your company's QuickBooks file and quickly set up shop, in this introductory course. It starts with adding your banking information, credit cards, and historical data to the chart of accounts. You can also learn how to set up your customers, vendors, employees, and inventory items. Instructor Jess Stratton then takes you through the day-to-day operations that keep your business running: creating estimates, purchase orders, invoices, and sales receipts; processing payments; recording deposits; and printing checks. Plus, learn how to run reports; find data about your business; and close the books, with end-of-year preparations.BeginnerBusinessBusiness Software and Tools, Finance and Accounting
Learning the Lightroom Ecosystem1 hour(s) 39 minute(s) Confused about the many facets of Adobe Lightroom? This course unpacks the whole ecosystem—from mobile Lightroom to Lighroom Classic—and details how each of these powerful tools work together. Instructor Theresa Jackson lays out the basics of each application, providing photographers of all levels with the knowledge they need to make Lightroom their go-to tool—and avoid the chaos and unorganized photos that can befall the uninitiated. Get a high-level overview of how to manage image files, avoid losing your photos, and sync Lightroom Classic with the Lightroom ecosystem. Plus, get tips for using the Lightroom mobile mobile app camera, editing images, and sharing and publishing web galleries.BeginnerCreativePhotography
Drawing Vector Graphics5 hour(s) 34 minute(s) Join designer and illustrator Von Glitschka as he deconstructs the creative process to teach you how to develop and create precise vector graphics. Von provides a systematic methodology to help you improve your research and ideation skills. He showcases how drawing (analog) improves digital creation by helping you establish a solid foundation to guide your vector building. Throughout the course, he shares simple build methods to improve your craftsmanship and demonstrates features that can help you work more efficiently, including how to create keyboard shortcuts and automate processes with custom scripts. To wrap up, he shows how to present your final designs to clients, tactfully address their feedback, and deliver final art.BeginnerCreativeGraphic Design, Animation and Illustration
AutoCAD Civil 3D: Designing Gravity Pipe Systems3 hour(s) 33 minute(s) Gravity pipe systems are a part of almost every civil engineering project. In AutoCAD Civil 3D, that means working with a pipe network, which represents the pipe and structure objects that form the basis of your systems. In these tutorials, Eric Chappell shows engineers and project designers how to use pipes and structures to draw 2D and 3D models of underground piping systems, such as storm sewers, sanitary sewers, and more. Along the way, he shows how to edit, split, and merge pipe networks; annotate your drawings; create detailed parts lists; and analyze the pipe network. Plus, learn how to view and edit pipe network in profile view to achieve more accurate designs.IntermediateCreativeAEC
InDesign: Color Management2 hour(s) 13 minute(s) Do the colors of your graphics and images look different on your screen than they do in print? Color management is the key to having consistent color throughout your design process, from project setup to final output. This course explains the fundamentals of managing color in Adobe InDesign—in a way any designer can understand. David Blatner walks through what you need to know about color management and the three-step process to get great color every time: configuring accurate color settings, importing images the right way from Photoshop and Illustrator, and optimizing output settings for print and export.AdvancedCreativeAnimation and Illustration, Graphic Design
Icebreakers for Teams, Meetings, and Groups0 hour(s) 34 minute(s) An icebreaker is an activity, game, or experience designed to create conversation and promote connection among participants. Join instructors Daisy Lovelace and Carolyn Goerner for an exploration of how to successfully use icebreaker activities to help strengthen teams, stimulate creative thinking, and help teams move forward after conflict. Discover the psychology behind how and why icebreakers work. Find out how to choose the right icebreaker for different group types and sizes. Examine different icebreakers designed to get an event started, connect new team members, and bolster connections among existing team members. Plus, learn how to facilitate icebreaker exercises to get the most benefit.BeginnerBusinessProfessional Development, Leadership and Management
Excel 2007: Charts3 hour(s) 36 minute(s) In this course, Dennis Taylor shows how to analyze and communicate the value of data with charts in Excel. The course starts with the foundations: what the parts of a chart are, what the different types of charts are, and which charts work best for your data. The course then shows how to create a presentation-ready chart in minutes and offers dozens of in-depth tutorials on formatting and fine-tuning charts so they represent data clearly and accurately.IntermediateBusinessBusiness Software and Tools
Designing a Typographic Bauhaus Book Cover0 hour(s) 33 minute(s) Welcome to another installment of Type Project. In this short course, designer Nigel French provides a historical background on Bauhaus—the influential German art school that operated from 1919-1933—and then takes you through a step-by-step process to create a new design inspired by the original style, with Adobe Illustrator. The essence of this technique is distilled in the letterforms you'll create, based on Bauhaus leader Wassily Kandinsky's signature primary-colored shapes.IntermediateCreativeAnimation and Illustration, Motion Graphics and VFX, Graphic Design
C# & .NET: Programming1 hour(s) 14 minute(s) If you've programmed in C#, you've already used part of .NET. Microsoft's object-oriented language is an integral part of the framework. But there are many other features of .NET that can make your development workflow more productive and efficient. This training course will help you learn the essentials of .NET programming with C#—techniques that use .NET features to write richer, cleaner code. Alexander Zanfir explains how to use collections, make your app more responsive with async programming, assign and change class properties, optimize performance with multithreading, and inject data into strings. Plus, learn how to handle errors and manage application resources more efficiently with the using statement.IntermediateTechnologySoftware Development
Video Gear: Audio1 hour(s) 53 minute(s) What's one of the best parts about being a video professional? All the cool gear! In this series, Rich Harrington and Robbie Carman team up to discuss the latest and greatest equipment for video production and post, including one of its most overlooked aspects: audio. Learn how to enhance the audio inputs on your camera, mobile device, or GoPro with smart and inexpensive adapters, and get the best sound from wireless mics. Discover accessories that will make your shoots run smoother—like a great pair of headphones—and how to record audio with a smartphone or tablet, laptop, or Tascam recorder. Plus, get an audio engineer's perspective on audio equipment from special guest Cheryl Ottenritter. As with the rest of the Video Gear series, Rich and Robbie keep both cost and quality in mind, so you'll never have to worry about blowing your budget or compromising production value.IntermediateCreativeVideo
AWS for DevOps: High Availability and Elasticity2 hour(s) 33 minute(s) In this course, instructor Lynn Langit teaches learners how to use AWS design patterns, tools, and best practices for high availability (HA) and effective application scaling (elasticity). This includes the use of AWS patterns for HA and scaling in both serverless and server-based applications, along with approaches for front-end, middle, and database application tiers. Plus, learn to use the core scripting tool—the AWS CLI—to write and run scripts for automation, and scale your solutions up, down, in, and out.AdvancedTechnologyCloud Computing, DevOps
Angular: Building an Interface2 hour(s) 20 minute(s) Angular was built specifically to connect users to services, and interfaces are where that connection happens. In this practical, hands-on course, get started with Angular by learning how to use it to build an interface. Ray Villalobos demonstrates how to start an Angular project right with the command line interface (CLI), before taking a closer look at components and events, as well as how to manage list data. By showing how to build something realistic—a form that lets users add appointments for a business—Ray helps you grasp how to solve real problems with this popular JavaScript framework.IntermediateTechnologyWeb Development
CompTIA Network+ (N10-007) Cert Prep: 4 Making TCP/IP Work2 hour(s) 51 minute(s) The CompTIA Network+ certification is one of the most popular vendor-neutral certifications for networking professionals. In this installment of the nine-part CompTIA Network+ Cert Prep series, instructor Mike Meyers covers essential networking concepts as he discusses TCP/IP applications and network naming. Mike dives into the concepts and characteristics of routing and switching. He explores various tools that can help you get quick answers when troubleshooting a network latency issue, explains the various protocols used in sending and receiving email, discusses how to work with the DNS system, and more. This course was recorded and produced by Total Seminars. We're pleased to host this training in our library. We are a CompTIA Content Publishing Partner. As such, we are able to offer CompTIA exam vouchers at a 10% discount. For more information on how to obtain this discount, please download these PDF instructions.BeginnerTechnologyNetwork and System Administration
Learning App Building with Vanilla JavaScript1 hour(s) 44 minute(s) JavaScript libraries like jQuery and frameworks like React have a lot of benefits to offer, but performance can be a tradeoff. Removing jQuery and React can improve site speed without impacting user experience. But many developers have never learned the equivalent code in JavaScript. This course teaches you how to program the same features and functionality with vanilla JavaScript. Instructor Sasha Vodnik starts with an app built with jQuery and React and replaces it piece by piece with vanilla JavaScript. He removes the dependencies and shows that the app still works, conducting performance tests to compare the start and end code. Topics include replacing DOM manipulation, replacing Ajax, replacing event listeners, and replacing simple animations, like show, hide, and toggle. The end result is a pure JavaScript app that is backwards and cross-browser compatible—no libraries necessary!IntermediateTechnologyWeb Development
Unreal Essential Training2 hour(s) 47 minute(s) Unreal isn’t just for gaming anymore. Industries such as automotive design, architecture, healthcare, and education are embracing the real-time development tools for creating engaging and interactive visuals. Unreal Engine can power it all. In this course, Simon Manning teaches the essential skills you need to build immersive user experiences of all kinds with Unreal Engine 4, including lighting, effects, and visual scripting. He covers creating your first project, building a base landscape, blocking out levels, and importing assets for use in the design. Want to find out how to craft a unique look? Learn about working with materials, post-processing effects, and particle systems in Unreal. Plus, find out how to optimize the performance for your projects and package projects for distribution.BeginnerCreativeAEC, Product and Manufacturing, Visualization and Real-Time
Cinema 4D Essential Training: 1 Interface Objects and Hierarchies1 hour(s) 22 minute(s) CINEMA 4D Essentials with Rob Garrott is a graduated introduction to this complex 3D modeling, rendering, and animation program, which breaks down into installments that can be completed within 2 hours. The first course in the series introduces the CINEMA environment and illustrates the importance of the object hierarchy. Discover how to navigate within your projects; how to configure the application preferences; set up a project properly; and create objects and change their parameters. Rob also explains the different object types and the principles behind creating a model with primitive shapes.BeginnerCreativeAEC, Product and Manufacturing, Animation and Illustration, Motion Graphics and VFX, Visualization and Real-Time
Video Green Screen Workflows3 hour(s) 21 minute(s) By learning how to work with green screen effectively, you can save the time and money you'd otherwise spend shooting on location and still end up with the right background for your scene. In this course, learn how to shoot green screen video and work with it in post-production. Rich Harrington kicks off the course by sharing everything you need to know to shoot good green screen, including the type of equipment you need, how to choose a green screen backdrop, and how to light your backdrop and subject. He explains how to record the green screen, generate background plates, and process backdrops. Plus, he demonstrates how to work with popular products such as Premiere Pro, After Effects, and Final Cut Pro X.IntermediateCreativeVideo, Motion Graphics and VFX
Excel: You Can Do This0 hour(s) 34 minute(s) Excel scares a lot of people. Terms like PivotTables, VLOOKUP, and circular references make their heads spin. But once you have a basic grounding in Excel, you can do all these things and more. Follow along with Excel MVP Oz du Soleil in this fast-paced course, as he walks you through features, functions, and commands such as Freeze Panes, Flash Fill, COUNTIFS, and even VLOOKUP. Oz takes the bite out of the most intimidating features in Excel, so you can get more mileage every time you use it.IntermediateBusinessBusiness Software and Tools
Building a Paid Membership Site with Django1 hour(s) 15 minute(s) In this course, put your Django skills to the test by building a membership site that is able to share content with users and collect payments. This course covers setting up the checkout for the site, managing users, configuring access controls, and releasing premium content to subscribers. By the end of this course, you will have learned how to create a visually pleasing and functional membership site with Django.IntermediateTechnologyWeb Development
Code Clinic: Clojure3 hour(s) 15 minute(s) Successful programmers know more than how to code. They also know how to think about solving problems. Code Clinic is a series where our authors solve the same problems using different languages. Here Caleb Smith works with Clojure, a Lisp-based programming language. Caleb introduces a series of challenges and then provides overviews of his solutions in Clojure. Challenges include performing statistical analysis, searching directories for images, and accessing peripheral devices. When you're done, visit other courses in the series to see how to solve the same challenges in languages like C++, C#, JavaScript, PHP, Python, R, Ruby, Go, and Swift. By comparing and contrasting the results, you can better understand the architecture of each language and its strengths and weaknesses.IntermediateTechnologySoftware Development
Grasshopper: Architectural Prototyping2 hour(s) 28 minute(s) Grasshopper is a powerful visual programming plugin for Rhino, but the most effective design patterns within Grasshopper remain inaccessible to a majority of architectural designers. This course attempts to correct that gap. Watch and learn how to use Grasshopper scripts to create a variety of prototypes that can test concepts, predict costs, and help in the architectural proposal process. Instructor Walter Zesk shows how to use existing scripts, adapt and repair scripts, and design new scripts from scratch, focusing on a modular, component-based designs that can accept a variety of inputs. The course closes with some best practices for running prototypes, collecting data, and sharing your prototypes with colleagues.IntermediateCreativeProduct and Manufacturing, AEC, Visualization and Real-Time, Animation and Illustration
Learning RhinoCAM0 hour(s) 54 minute(s) CNC milling, or computer numerical control milling, allows you to carve digital 3D models out of blocks of solid material like foam, wood, plastic, and metal. Using RhinoCAM, an add-on to Rhinoceros 3D, you can create your own models for desktop CNC milling machines, and build objects that are stronger than those created by additive means, including 3D printers. In this short course, author Taylor Hokanson explores RhinoCAM, focusing on converting a 3D model from another graphics program to a "toolpath", or a set of instructions for a CNC mill to follow. From there, you can import the toolpath into the mill of your choice. Note, however, you should already be familiar with model generation in Rhino (a Windows-only program) before attempting this material. We recommend viewing Rhino 5 Essential Training to learn more. This course was created by Taylor Hokanson. We're honored to host this training in our library.BeginnerCreativeProduct and Manufacturing
Prototype a CRM Mobile App with Framer1 hour(s) 17 minute(s) You can use Framer to create complex prototypes for mobile CRM applications. Learn how to build a mockup, simulate interactions with animations, prototype concepts, and more. Instructor Emmanuel Henri walks through how to research colors, styles, and fonts to find the right ones for your project. He also shows how to create navigation and views, add inputs with the help of a class, and add animations and interactions.IntermediateCreativeUser Experience
AutoCAD Plant 3D Essential Training: User5 hour(s) 49 minute(s) AutoCAD Plant 3D design software boasts tools and features that can help you visualize what your plant design will actually look like after construction. In this course, learn how to get started with Plant 3D. Irene Radcliffe kicks off the course by showing how to set up the Plant 3D workspace, and use the ribbon menu, tool palette, and properties. She demonstrates how to work with Plant 3D files, and then explains how to create basic steel structures using the structural tools. She then covers how to work with equipment, route piping in your models, modify and reuse piping, and create orthographic drawings and production isometrics. To wrap up the course, she discusses how to generate project reports using the Report Creator program that comes with the software.BeginnerCreativeAEC, Product and Manufacturing
Illustrator CC 2013 Essential Training8 hour(s) 13 minute(s) You can accomplish a wide variety of design tasks with Adobe Illustrator. This course focuses on core concepts and techniques you can apply to workflows for print, the web, and many other destinations. First, author Justin Seeley explains the basic elements that make up vector graphics—paths, strokes, and fills—and shows how to use each of the program's powerful drawing tools. Then he shows how to create documents and liven up a project with color, plus build complex shapes from simple paths and trace bitmap images and line art. The course also explores the benefits of using layers and symbols, and shows how to edit text, draw in perspective, and much more. The final chapter explains how to output your work in several formats and use Illustrator files in Photoshop and InDesign.BeginnerCreativeAnimation and Illustration, Graphic Design
Building Native Mobile Apps with NativeScript and Angular 25 hour(s) 14 minute(s) NativeScript is an open-source framework for building native iOS and Android apps. Web developers who are familiar with Angular 2 can get introduced to NativeScript in this course and learn how to develop an application for iOS and Android by leveraging the NativeScript framework with Angular 2. Join Alex Ziskind as he guides you from the initial installation of NativeScript through architecting an application. He explains how to declare the most common user interface widgets while styling them with CSS. Plus, he demonstrates how to set up the Faker library, and how to programmatically tap into the native navigation engine for iOS and Android.IntermediateTechnologyWeb Development
Artists and Their Work: Conversations about Mograph VFX and Digital Art15 hour(s) 28 minute(s) Rob Garrott,'s video content manager, got the chance to sit down with nine influential artists to talk about their work, their inspirations, their tools, and the industry as a whole. The series kicks off with a conversation with Kris Pearn, storyboard artist for Sony Animation, and one of the people "drawing the movement" behind movies like Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs. We also include interviews with the following industry pros: Nick Campbell, motion graphics artist, photographer, and entrepreneur Marc Potocnik, designer and 3d artist Tim Clapham, VFX artist and educator Alan Torres and Stephen Morton (Cantina Creative), design and visual effects artists Aaron Limonick, concept artist Mike Lowes, 3D animator and technical director Lorcan O'Shanahan, motion graphics artist Scott Keating, 3D artist and illustrator Clear Menser, visual effects artist John Robson, motion graphics artist and filmmaker Grant Miller, VFX supervisor Tomasz Opasinski, creative director and movie poster artist Watch for fresh insights into the careers and creative processes of these working professionals.CreativeMotion Graphics and VFX
PowerPoint 2013 esencial2 hour(s) 45 minute(s) En este curso esencial de PowerPoint 2013, aprenderás a crear una presentación desde la base y seguirás avanzando con las herramientas que permiten incorporar objetos a las diapositivas: imágenes, hipervínculos, gráficos y SmartArt. Agregando multimedia, animaciones y transiciones, podrás dar dinamismo a tus presentaciones, aplicando temas y plantillas para darles un aspecto profesional e impactante. Para completar, comprenderás cómo preparar la presentación para los distintos medios de salida o publicación, así como para su impresión.
Excel: Creating Drop-Down Lists0 hour(s) 19 minute(s) By including drop-down lists in an Excel spreadsheet, you can simplify work for yourself and your team and ensure that data is entered accurately. Many people assume that it takes advanced know-how to create drop-down lists in Excel—but they're actually simple to create. In this quick course, Excel expert Chris "Smitty" Smith shows how to quickly and easily work with drop-down lists. Smitty walks through organizing your list data, creating the drop-down list, and responding to any error messages you might encounter along the way.BeginnerBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Business Software and Tools
Google 360 Suite Overview0 hour(s) 57 minute(s) The Google Analytics 360 Suite includes a set of powerful tools that help enterprise marketers plan, measure, and optimize their marketing activities. In this course, David Booth provides an overview of the Google 360 Suite and shares best practices for using these tools within your organization. He covers how Google Analytics 360, Tag Manager 360, Optimize 360, Surveys 360, Attribution 360, Audience Center 360, and Data Studio work together to help marketers discover and act on data and insights. David begins by going through each application and sharing best practices for using each tool, and then provides an example scenario demonstrating how each tool can be used together in order to solve typical issues faced by today's enterprise marketer.IntermediateBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Marketing
Blender avanzado para efectos especiales2 hour(s) 14 minute(s) Crea espectaculares simulaciones de fluidos, humo y colisiones con Blender. En este curso práctico de video2brain te enseñamos, a través de varios ejemplos, los parámetros que te hacen falta para crear animaciones de efectos especiales que podrás incorporar a tus proyectos.
Photography Foundations: Specialty Lenses3 hour(s) 50 minute(s) Join photographer, author, and teacher Ben Long on location in San Francisco as he explores the creative options provided by the kinds of lenses and lens accessories that don't always make it into most camera bags. The course begins with a look at several common and inexpensive lens attachments, from polarizers to neutral density filters. The course then explores ultra-wide angle and fisheye lenses as well as ultra-long telephoto and macro lenses. The course concludes with a look at tilt-shift lenses, which are useful for architectural photography and special effects, and at offbeat lenses, such as Lensbaby and Holga attachments. The course also contains Photoshop postproduction advice and examples that illustrate the creative possibilities that an expanded lens collection provides. And because some specialty lenses are extremely expensive, the course also contains advice on renting gear.IntermediateCreativePhotography
The Making of Amsterdam Mist: The Natural Elements1 hour(s) 58 minute(s) Follow along in the development of Bert Monroy's latest artwork, Amsterdam Mist! This course, the second volume in the series, focuses on the natural elements in this incredible painting, created over twenty-two painstaking months with Photoshop CC. Learn how Bert rendered the trees lining the canal—the branches, bark, and remaining leaves—as well as the reflections and ripples on the surface of the canal waters. Then see how he added a sense of depth and realism to the fog in the scene, with layers. Watch and learn how to apply these techniques to your own artwork.IntermediateCreativeAnimation and Illustration
Online Marketing Foundations4 hour(s) 43 minute(s) Learn how to promote your business effectively online and develop a targeted online marketing strategy that engages potential customers throughout the digital landscape. In this course, Brad Batesole explains today's digital marketing techniques in simple terms, demonstrating how to build a successful online marketing campaign for all digital channels: search, video, social, email, and display. Brad shows how to evaluate your website and identify conversion goals, measure and interpret website analytics, get the most out of SEO, and set up your first text and display ads. See how to connect with communities on the leading social networks, learn best practices for developing and distributing video marketing content, and find out what makes an email marketing campaign successful. This course also covers content marketing, mobile marketing, and influencer marketing, as well as recommendations for expanding your digital marketing skillset. Upon completing this foundational digital marketing course, you'll be equipped with skills and strategies that can help you navigate today's online landscape and develop a smart plan of action.BeginnerBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Marketing
Spring: Messaging with JMS2 hour(s) 21 minute(s) The Java Message Service (JMS) is a Java API that defines a common set of interfaces that allow applications to securely pass along and receive messages. In this course, learn how to implement messaging within your enterprise Spring applications using JMS. Learn the basics of the JMS specification within Spring and review how to send messages to ActiveMQ, view messages in the ActiveMQ Web Console, and use Spring JMS message converters. Plus, learn how to configure connections, approach response management, and more.IntermediateTechnologyWeb Development
Bill George on Self-Awareness, Authenticity, and Leadership0 hour(s) 30 minute(s) Bill George's approach to leadership, based on self-awareness and authenticity, is widely considered the gold standard in the field. Here Bill discusses these two traits of every proven leader. He provides an effective and human approach to not just leadership, but overall self-improvement. Learn how to examine your strengths and weaknesses, solicit honest feedback, and become more authentic in how you behave and lead.BusinessLeadership and Management
Advanced Google Analytics1 hour(s) 15 minute(s) Unlock the advanced capabilities of Google Analytics and take your skills to the next level. This course takes an in-depth look at Google Analytics, teaching advanced techniques that can help you use this popular and powerful analytics tool to glean better insights. Discover how to create and manage filters, create custom channel groupings, and interact with segments. Plus, find out how to create custom calculated metrics; debug your analytics setup; and more. This course was created by Madecraft. We are pleased to host this content in our library.AdvancedBusinessMarketing
Windows 10 April 2018 Update Essential Training5 hour(s) 43 minute(s) Learn the essentials of the Windows operating system, including the new features in Windows 10 April 2018 Update. Nick Brazzi shows how to use core bundled apps that come with Windows 10, manage files and folders, browse the web, and work with mail, calendar, and contacts. Want to customize Windows 10? Learn how to find and install new apps from the Windows Store, and adjust your display preferences and account settings so your PC works perfectly for you. Finally, find out how to back up and restore Windows in case of computer failure, recover missing files, and use built-in tools to protect yourself against malware, such as viruses and spyware.BeginnerBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Business Software and Tools
Advanced WordPress: Action and Filter Hooks1 hour(s) 36 minute(s) Hooks are key components of WordPress plugin development. There are two types: filters modify data and actions perform tasks. Gain a fundamental understanding of how these features work, and learn how to use the built-in action and filter hooks in WordPress to build your own plugins. In the first half of the course, instructor Carrie Dils reviews the plugin API and demonstrates the basics of actions and filters. Already familiar with these core concepts? Skip to chapter three, where she covers what you need to make your own hooks. Learn about load order and writing callback functions, and using third-party hooks. Last but not least, Carrie builds a demo plugin that shows practical real-world uses for actions and filters.AdvancedTechnologyWeb Development
Setting Up a New PC1 hour(s) 9 minute(s) Get a new Windows 10 PC ready for general home use, family sharing, or a small office. This course explores the first things to do after unpacking your new PC, including connecting to Wi-Fi, registering the computer, and personalizing your account. Expert author Joli Ballew then explores important backup and recovery options, including how to configure and use System Restore. She shows how to remove all the unnecessary and unwanted software and then add your desired software and apps. The course wraps up with some advanced tasks, including setting program defaults, configuring virtual desktops, adding users, and configuring family safety and security settings.BeginnerBusinessBusiness Software and Tools
Installing and Running WordPress: Shared Hosting0 hour(s) 35 minute(s) Want to set up a WordPress-powered site using a shared hosting service? This course is for you. Join instructor Jeff Starr as he steps through the entire process, explaining how to leverage shared hosting to inexpensively share your content with the world. While not all shared hosts work exactly the same way, the principles and techniques covered in this course are universal and will apply to any shared hosting environment. Learn how to set up (and back up) the database, upload WordPress files, make the necessary connections, and start using WordPress.BeginnerTechnologyWeb Development
SQL Server: Developer and DBA Collaboration1 hour(s) 2 minute(s) Developers and database administrators (DBAs) sometimes have competing priorities—but they need to meet in the middle to ensure a successful user experience. In this one-hour class, you can learn why developers and DBAs approach application design differently, and how you can achieve compromise without sacrificing quality. Learn how to use Entity Framework and optimized queries, leverage stored procedures, and set up continuous development and deployment pipelines for your databases, while gaining some understanding about how to work together to build more robust, scalable applications.BeginnerTechnologySoftware Development, Database Management
Communication within Teams1 hour(s) 8 minute(s) Communication is an integral part of strong teamwork. In this course, Kelley School of Business professor Dr. Daisy Lovelace walks managers through how to cultivate the communication practices of high-performing teams. She highlights the foundations of successful teams, and explains how to craft a team charter to establish ground rules for how you work together as a cohesive group. She also discusses essential elements of team communication—such as creating a shared vision and holding teammates accountable—and shows how to best communicate with your team in different settings.BeginnerBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Professional Development, Leadership and Management
Management Foundations: Advanced Applications1 hour(s) 21 minute(s) Being a manager is a big responsibility. Managers define business goals, prioritize work, and help employees achieve their potential. Success requires concentrated effort and continual practice. Whether you are starting a brand-new management role or an experienced manager searching for fresh techniques, this course offers the training and tools you need to manage your team more effectively. Business professor Ellen Ensher defines what management is in the era of the global workforce and exactly what the role of the manager involves. She explains how to create a compelling vision and culture for your organization, define business goals, and connect the big picture to your team's daily tasks. Next, discover how to build your team, partner with HR on hiring and firing decisions, and coach and mentor employees. Ellen touches on topics that are on the mind of today's leaders—resilience, trust, storytelling, and more—and shares tips to become the best professional version of yourself.BusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Leadership and Management
Managing Employee Performance Problems0 hour(s) 58 minute(s) Having a productive, talented workforce is the key to accomplishing your business goals and your vision. Yet there are times when a small number of employees can undermine the success of fellow team members, departments, and company profits. That's why managing employee performance problems is a critical capability for every manager and leader. This course is designed to add knowledge, tactical actions, and communication strategies to your management toolkit, so you can proactively manage employee performance. Leadership coach JoAnn R. Corley-Schwarzkopf explains how to create coaching solutions that work, conduct difficult conversations, make hard decisions, and turn performance management into an ongoing activity at your organization.IntermediateBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Professional Development, Leadership and Management
QuickBooks Desktop: Tips and Tricks3 hour(s) 13 minute(s) Ready to take your QuickBooks expertise to a new level? This course helps viewers become more productive with QuickBooks. Author Bonnie Biafore shows how to best work with QuickBooks lists, use display and search shortcuts to quickly find information, number transactions, and work with expense transactions, billable and non-billable time, invoices, and journal entries. The course wraps up with even more timesaving tips and tricks on selecting dates, recalling transactions, memorizing transactions, and more.IntermediateBusinessBusiness Software and Tools, Finance and Accounting
Trapcode Form: Making UI Elements2 hour(s) 16 minute(s) Learn all of the core features for making engaging user interfaces with Trapcode Form, a 3D particle generator for Adobe After Effects. This fun, project-based course guides you through the process for building an animated user interface for a fictional, futuristic facial recognition program. While you build the project, you can see the power of the visual designer, controls, and presets in action and learn the basic tools and techniques you need to create your own custom UI elements from scratch. Adobe Certified Instructor Chad Perkins—and official Trapcode Form 4 trainer—shows how to make components, control Form with layer maps, create unique particles with Form sprites, and control animation with audio waveforms. Plus, learn how to use 3D files to create Form shapes.IntermediateCreativeMotion Graphics and VFX, Visualization and Real-Time
UX Foundations: Multidevice Design1 hour(s) 18 minute(s) Understanding how to design for multiple devices is now a required skill for UX designers. Modern users will want to access your website or app on a variety of different platforms. As a result, it's your job to ensure that your app performs elegantly and consistently from device to device: from phones and tablets to wearable tech. In this course, join instructor Diane Cronenwett as she explains how to create interfaces that work flawlessly on any platform. Diane shares how to plan your efforts before you even start your multidevice project, to ensure that you're prepared for success. She covers how to approach UX design for watches, TVs, and voice interfaces. Plus, she shares how to design a mobile experience in Sketch, use different frameworks and guidelines for UX multidevice design projects, and more.BeginnerCreativeUser Experience
Mi primera tienda online con PrestaShop2 hour(s) 14 minute(s) Instala, configura y pon en funcionamiento tu primera tienda online con PrestaShop, una solución de comercio electrónico gratuita y de código abierto. Descubre y aprende paso a paso con este curso video2brain a usar este software de e-commerce con el que, sin conocimientos de programación, podrás crear tu primera tienda online con poco esfuerzo.
SQL Server 2019 esencial2 hour(s) 29 minute(s) Aprende las opciones esenciales de SQL Server 2019, una de las tecnologías de referencia en cuanto a bases de datos. Domina las nuevas funcionalidades que debe conocer un desarrollador de soluciones de analítica avanzada, de sistemas de inteligencia de negocios y OLTP; como la integración con la nube, las operaciones de misión crítica, la posibilidad de crear soluciones en distintos lenguajes de programación o su poder para escalar el análisis a grandes volúmenes de datos.
Managing Brand Reputation0 hour(s) 27 minute(s) Ongoing reputation management can take many forms. The key is to be organized, proactive, and attentive. In this course, B2C marketing expert Goldie Chan shares how to monitor and improve the reputation of your business's brand. Goldie explains the basics of reputation management and how it compares to public relations. She mentions the places where reviews from customers can be found, and discusses what you can do to help boost the ratings. She shares how to respond to customer comments, whether their feedback was positive or not. Additionally, she talks about how marketing reputation management can be handled by one person or a team of professionals.BeginnerBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Marketing
CySA+ Cert Prep: 1 Threat Management4 hour(s) 49 minute(s) Earning the CompTIA Cybersecurity Analyst (CySA+) certification demonstrates to potential employers that you have a solid understanding of how to tackle cybersecurity threats using a behavioral analytics-based approach. This course—the first installment in the CySA+ Cert Prep series—can provide you with a foundational understanding of threat management practices, and prepare you to confidently approach the Threat Management domain of the CySA+ exam. Instructor Mike Chapple includes coverage of cybersecurity threats and controls, reconnaissance techniques, penetration testing, reverse engineering, and security analytics. He also covers network security and endpoint security topics. We are a CompTIA Content Publishing Partner. As such, we are able to offer CompTIA exam vouchers at a 10% discount. For more information on how to obtain this discount, please download these PDF instructions.IntermediateTechnologySecurity
Aaron Dignan on Transformational Change0 hour(s) 18 minute(s) Organizations are complex, human systems. Many of the older ways of working—endless meetings, stifling bureaucracy, and siloed teams—simply don't work in a modern context. But many of these principles and practices are so deeply ingrained in a company's culture that adopting a new way of working can be exceedingly difficult. In this course, join thought leader Aaron Dignan as he shares a revolutionary approach to revamping old systems and creating real change. Aaron details how organizations can make changes that stick by taking risks, experimenting, and adopting new patterns and approaches that stray from the traditional top-down-mandate model.BusinessLeadership and Management, Business Analysis and Strategy
A Prolific Music Producer's Workflow for Finishing Tracks3 hour(s) 3 minute(s) So many of us have rough recordings or bare bones song ideas just sitting on our hard drives, waiting to be finished... This course provides strategies for completing those tracks and releasing them to the world. It's based on industry pro Evan Sutton's own workflow for being a more productive, prolific music producer. Evan starts with the music production tools that can make it easier to see a song through to completion, such as templates, presets, and foolproof hardware setups. Next, he gets into the heavy lifting, mixing both songwriting and production techniques with tips for dealing with the psychological factors that may trip you up when completing a song. He wraps up the course with techniques that help to clear the final steps of song completion, including building transitions, adding ear candy, mixing strategies for increased efficiency, and simple mastering techniques, whether you choose to master your tracks yourself or hire a professional.IntermediateCreativeAudio and Music
Outlook: Efficient Email Management1 hour(s) 55 minute(s) Microsoft Outlook includes many powerful and often overlooked features that can make your email workflow easier and more efficient. Join instructor Gini von Courter and discover ways of working with Outlook that can make your email experience less time-consuming and tedious. Learn to create email conversations and set up organizational features including rules, folders, and categories; then discover how to use Quick Steps and Instant Search. From tips about avoiding clutter to in-depth walkthroughs about creating autoreplies, this course is ideal for anyone who wants to be more productive with Outlook.IntermediateBusinessBusiness Software and Tools
Vanilla JavaScript: Progressive Web Applications3 hour(s) 45 minute(s) Users now expect app-like experiences from mobile sites. But how do developers make their web-based projects behave like native apps? Progressive web apps (PWAs) are the answer. They fit any form factor, can function offline, and feel like native apps—without the difficulty or expense of native app development. This course shows how to turn an existing website into a progressive web app using nothing more than Vanilla JavaScript. Instructor Tom Duffy explains how to build in offline capabilities, automated installation prompts, and notifications—features that will delight and engage your users. Plus, learn how to implement push notifications and provide features that even advanced platforms like iOS are missing.IntermediateTechnologyWeb Development
Managing Conflict: A Practical Guide to Resolution in the Workplace (getAbstract Summary)0 hour(s) 8 minute(s) Most companies default to outdated and process-heavy approaches to conflict management. Learn how to unlock the benefits of conflict in this audio-only review of David Liddle’s book. Liddle says conflict is inevitable and can affect your whole workforce, so leaders should prepare by instituting more effective resolution policies. He offers a comprehensive overview for managing institutional conflict. Though he deals primarily with British firms, he’s added enough detail from other countries to serve a broader audience. This audio-only review from getAbstract pulls the most relevant insights from this heavily researched book. This audiobook summary was created by getAbstract, the world’s largest provider of business book summaries. We are pleased to offer this training in our library.BusinessProfessional Development, Leadership and Management, Human Resources
Learning Songwriting: Ableton Live1 hour(s) 9 minute(s) Everyone writes songs in their own way. Some start with a melody or a beat; some begin with a lyric. Whatever your starting point, you need to get your ideas down quickly, and then polish them into songs that are worth sharing: on the web, with songwriting partners, or even with publishers. This short course is all about using Ableton Live to do just that. Yeuda Ben-Atar demonstrates his techniques for writing, recording, and mixing a song in Ableton Live in just one hour. He starts from an empty Ableton Live project, and then he creates a beat, lays down additional software and real-instrument tracks, and adds effects and automation. Next, he records vocals and mixes the track with effects like EQ, compression, reverb, and delay. Finally, he shows how to bounce down the track and share your song with the world. So dive in and learn to capture your musical ideas before inspiration fades. Make sure to check out our other Songwriting courses here.BeginnerCreativeAudio and Music
Wacom Tablet: Customizing ExpressKeys1 hour(s) 29 minute(s) It's easy to start drawing with a Wacom tablet and ignore the buttons running down the side. Known as ExpressKeys, these buttons offer time-saving shortcuts to common functions, such as mode toggles, 3D rotation, and pan, scroll, and zoom. This course helps you unlock the full power of your Wacom device with the ExpressKeys, touch controls, gestures, and other shortcut features available. Instructor Mark Simon—a story artist and avid Wacom user—also shows how to customize the shortcuts further, and then tailor them for use with specific software: Photoshop, PowerPoint, Storyboard Pro, Maya, After Effects, and more. Plus, get tips for working with the Wacom remote.IntermediateCreativeAnimation and Illustration
Real Estate Analysis Foundations6 hour(s) 2 minute(s) Build a toolkit of professional-grade real estate analysis techniques that will help you evaluate investment opportunities, portfolios, and returns. Analysis is the number one skill you need to master to succeed in the competitive and ever-changing field of real estate. Professional investor Symon He has trained thousands of students from hundreds of countries—proving the same techniques can be used worldwide. In this course, he provides four advanced, Excel-based investment models and shows how to use these free tools to analyze a variety of opportunities, from single-unit rentals to fix and flips to multi-unit apartments. He also explores the investment process, so you can see where analysis fits in, and discusses the three primary investment strategies. He includes advice on measuring your returns and factoring in the impact of debt financing, and reviews five real-world case studies that show how investment analysis can uncover priceless insights.BusinessFinance and Accounting
AutoCAD Add-ins Using VB.NET4 hour(s) 26 minute(s) Are you familiar with Autodesk products, but new to programming? If so, this course can help you get up to speed with the basics of .NET programming, and how these concepts can be applied to AutoCAD. Here, instructor Josh Modglin shows how to work with the AutoCAD .NET application program interface (API) and the Visual Basic .NET programming language to create a plugin—which is a module that loads into AutoCAD to extend its functionality. Josh also shares more detailed explanations of the underlying principles of Visual Basic .NET, and demonstrates how to further develop the functionality of your plugin.IntermediateCreativeAEC
Web Security: OAuth and OpenID Connect1 hour(s) 44 minute(s) While many technical professionals claim to know and understand OAuth, reality often suggests otherwise. Implementing the proper grant types and the required flows while securely protecting your secrets is challenging at best and catastrophic at worst. Fundamentally, professionals often struggle with OAuth because they misunderstand what it is, what use cases it is particularly good and bad at, and how to integrate it smoothly and safely into their systems. In this course, Keith Casey reviews the basics of OAuth 2.0 and OpenID Connect and shows how to use them to authenticate your applications. He covers tokens and scopes; designing and building the key flows; common security considerations; and more.AdvancedTechnologySecurity, Web Development
Publicaciones digitales: Digital Publishing Suite2 hour(s) 5 minute(s) Aprende trucos y técnicas avanzadas tanto de Folio Builder como de Folio Overlays para expandir las posibilidades de tus publicaciones digitales en Adobe DPS con InDesign. Este curso lleva un paso adelante en el dominio del trabajo editorial digital de forma realmente profesional.
Defining Your Creative Edge to Promote Your Work1 hour(s) 20 minute(s) As a designer or illustrator, visually expressing ideas and concepts likely comes naturally to you. But some of the more practical aspects of launching a design business—marketing, networking, posting on social media, defining your brand, and so on—can pose a challenge. Instructor Nicte Cuevas, herself a successful designer and brand strategist, has spent years developing strategies for connecting graphic design work with audiences and leaving a lasting impression. In this course, she shares her knowledge with you. Learn powerful tools and practices that can help you eliminate doubt, define your unique creative edge, develop a brand that's true to you, and grow and nurture a community that converts into clients.Business, CreativeSmall Business and Entrepreneurship, Graphic Design
Using Panoramic Photos for Motion Graphics and Visual Effects2 hour(s) 15 minute(s) Panoramic photos give the motion graphics designer or visual FX artist rich source material. In this course, you'll learn how to capture, create, and use panoramic photos that can be seamlessly integrated into After Effects. These techniques are straightforward and easy to implement, yet lead to a huge boost in the quality and appeal of your work.IntermediateCreativeMotion Graphics and VFX
After Effects CC avanzado: Expresiones para motion graphics2 hour(s) 51 minute(s) Las expresiones de After Effects basadas en el lenguaje de programación JavaScript permiten generar animaciones complejas sin necesidad de utilizar keyframes y, además, hacerlo en mucho menor tiempo. En este curso, verás cómo aprovechar la incorporación del panel de gráficos esenciales para aplicarlas y permitir que se puedan realizar múltiples cambios posteriores en el proceso de edición en Premiere Pro. Crearás un proyecto donde podrás animar, redimensionar elementos automáticamente, cambiar el color, las duraciones de la animación, el texto y otros múltiples parámetros que operarán interactivamente entre ellos, usando expresiones.
Business Tax Foundations1 hour(s) 48 minute(s) Whether you're a professional accountant or a manager at a small-sized firm, navigating business taxes can be intimidating. Business taxes are an ongoing process for most businesses, with multiple due dates throughout the year. This course was designed to unlock the mystery around these forms and deadlines. Join professor Michael McDonald as he dives into the foundations of business taxes, detailing what needs to be submitted to the IRS, when it needs to be submitted, and the essentials of completing these tax forms. Upon completing this course, you'll have a deeper understanding of the government's rules and requirements, as well as how to save time and funds when filing business taxes.BeginnerBusinessFinance and Accounting, Small Business and Entrepreneurship
Live Looping with Ableton Live2 hour(s) 48 minute(s) Pair the sound of classic looping pedals with the flexibility of Ableton Live. Live looping reveals the inner workings of this highly creative and technical process in front of a live audience. To do it well, you need to master the nuances of your software. Learn the basics of looping music in real-time using Ableton Live and CylphX Pro with musical director Daniel Mintseris. This course shows you how to put together a live looping setup, create loops, and layer and stack loops to create unique compositions. Daniel helps you build a workflow that suits your musical personality and overcomes the technical limitations of your gear.BeginnerCreativeAudio and Music
Introduction to Music in Film and Video1 hour(s) 49 minute(s) Introduction to Music in Film and Video explores the theory and process of how music combines with the moving image. Staff author Ashley Kennedy begins by exploring the incredible power of music and its effect on tone, emotion, and narrative in film. She incorporates real-world examples to show how music can define a scene's rhythm and style; how it can establish key cinematic themes; and how it can bring unity to shots and scenes. She then explains how to form a proper music plan for the film, from determining the goals and intentions to defining what type of music will serve the project best. After the music planning stage, comes the actual music selection—and Ashley goes through various options in using different types of preexisting music—as well as what it takes to collaborate with a composer.BeginnerCreativeVideo
Transición de jefe a líder1 hour(s) 2 minute(s) Al igual que la gestión, la dirección o el liderazgo es una habilidad que se puede enseñar. En este curso, la asesora de ejecutivos Sara Canaday te explica algunas estrategias de eficacia probada para que cambies tu mentalidad de jefe a líder. Vamos a empezar viendo cómo impulsar tu crecimiento personal practicando el autoconocimiento y la inteligencia emocional, desarrollando la presencia ejecutiva y convirtiéndote en líder de opinión. Luego, veremos cómo expandir tu perspectiva, innovar enfocando el problema desde un punto de vista distinto y mejorar tu proceso de toma de decisiones. Por último, aprenderás a cuidar a tu equipo estelar: atrae talento, inspira a tu equipo mediante el apoyo y desarrolla relaciones productivas. Cada capítulo del curso contiene un caso de estudio que te muestra cómo aplicar estos conceptos en situaciones reales.
Fundamentos de recursos humanos: Gestión de la incorporación corporativa1 hour(s) 27 minute(s) ¿Por qué las compañías prestan especial atención al primer día de trabajo de un nuevo empleado? ¿Una buena bienvenida es directamente proporcional al índice de retención? ¿Cómo podemos generar el compromiso a largo plazo de un empleado? En este curso, daremos respuestas a estas y otras preguntas que seguramente te haces a diario. Nuestro objetivo es ayudarte a crear y estructurar un proceso de incorporación corporativa conforme a la cultura de tu organización, que acompañe al nuevo empleado en su inmersión y que le permita vivir una experiencia única.
MadCap Flare 12 Essential Training3 hour(s) 37 minute(s) MadCap Flare is a powerful authoring tool for creating technical documentation—help systems, service manuals, and more—in online and print forms like HTML5 and PDF. In this course, Neil Perlin first explores Flare's conventions and interface. He then explains how to create projects based on Flare 12's "topic model." Learn how to create projects, add content, add navigation to let users find information quickly, control the format of the material, define different outputs from a single project, and generate those outputs in any of 16 different formats.BeginnerBusinessBusiness Software and Tools
Securing Windows Server 2016: Implementing Threat Detection Solutions0 hour(s) 41 minute(s) Get practical and up-to-date information on implementing threat detection in Windows Server 2016. This course shows how to maintain a secure server environment—and study for topics from the Securing Windows Server elective for MCSE certification. Learn how an audit policy can help an administrator keep track of the who, what, where, and when of things taking place within an enterprise network. Discover how to configure advanced audit policies, view audit events, and manage audit policies on an ongoing basic. Instructor Ed Liberman also covers threat detection features in Advanced Threat Analytics (ATA) and Microsoft Operations Management Suite (OMS).IntermediateTechnologySecurity, Network and System Administration
Mocha AE CC esencial2 hour(s) 49 minute(s) Mocha AE CC es una de las aplicaciones de análisis para la realización de estabilizados y track más reconocidas del sector audiovisual y cinematográfico. En este curso profundizaremos en el funcionamiento, aplicación y flujo de trabajo de Mocha AE junto a After Effects CC, que servirán para resolver con éxito cualquier tipo de estabilizado o track al que nos enfrentemos. Descubre la filosofía de trabajo y la interfaz de Mocha AE, y aprende con ejemplos a usarlo para estabilizados, trackings de transformación, trackings de perspectiva y shapes.
Google Documentos esencial (2018)1 hour(s) 48 minute(s) Con este curso de Google Docs, aprenderemos una a una las características de este editor de texto, que permite el trabajo colaborativo y el acceso a todos nuestros documentos, independientemente del dispositivo que utilicemos. Vamos a crear desde cero un documento de texto, le daremos formato y veremos las ventajas del acceso y edición simultáneo, que nos permitirán ser más productivos. Además, haremos una copia de todos nuestros documentos para poder seguir trabajando en ellos cuando no dispongamos de conexión a internet.
Learning Data Visualization with D3.js2 hour(s) 5 minute(s) Creating data-driven visualizations and infographics that run on multiple devices responsively is a tough challenge. The D3.js library has revolutionized visualization by making it easier to parse your data and add meaningful interactivity. You can bring your data to life using D3, a bit of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, and some SVG graphics. In this course, senior staff author Ray Villalobos explores how the D3 library works, and how you can use it to parse data from different sources and create interactive, visually exciting infographics and visualizations. He reviews the basics—controlling HTML with jQuery-esque selections and modifying attributes through CSS—before moving on to working with SVG graphics, a top choice for graphics in D3 visualizations. He also covers working with D3 methods like scaling, events, transitions, and animations, as well as how to work with data, including connecting to external data sources.IntermediateTechnology, BusinessWeb Development, Data Science, Business Software and Tools, Business Analysis and Strategy
Illustrator: Drawing without the Pen Tool4 hour(s) 39 minute(s) In this installment of the Illustrator Insider Training series, Mordy Golding shows how to draw vector artwork quickly, precisely, and efficiently—without having to think about technical concepts like anchor points or control handles. The course highlights intuitive drawing techniques using the Pathfinder functions, Live Paint groups, Shape Builder tool, and variable-width strokes. It also describes the sketching workflow and features in Illustrator that use pressure-sensitive drawing tablets, allowing designers to focus more on their creativity.IntermediateCreativeAnimation and Illustration, Graphic Design
Create A Brand Strategy1 hour(s) 0 minute(s) Great brands garner enormous value to a business. They help a customer to see your business, like it, and be loyal to it. What's more, great brands help leaders to know what to prioritize and what to deprioritize as they develop content, innovate their offering, and scale their businesses. While it may seem that great brands emerged into culture fully realized, truly great brands come from an intentional defining of the brand strategy. In this course, branding expert Lindsay Pedersen explains how to create a compelling brand strategy that gets results for your organization. She demonstrates how to properly frame your strategy and covers brand positioning, discussing how to climb a benefit ladder and determine your position. Plus, she shows how to create a personality for your brand, choose the tone, and create an activation strategy.IntermediateBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Marketing
Motion Design Insights: NAB 20140 hour(s) 16 minute(s) Every year at NAB, MAXON brings motion graphics and VFX artists together for the C4D Live presentation. In this Motion Design Insights course, we get them in the same room. Hear about industry trends and the new creative techniques mograph artists are using to create today's innovative music videos, commercials, and films. Jeremy Cox, art director at Imaginary Forces, and Brandon Parvini, founder of Ghost Town Media, address the big questions, like what motion graphics means now and where the industry is headed, and the day-to-day issues that come up in motion design, like pitching to clients, dealing with media overload, and finding new sources of inspiration.CreativeMotion Graphics and VFX
Project Management Foundations: Budgets1 hour(s) 10 minute(s) Budget is key to controlling a project's outcome—and one of the 10 foundational knowledge areas of the Project Management Body of Knowledge. In this course, designed for project management professionals and other leads who need to get a handle on their costs, author and PMP® Bob McGannon shows you how to manage your project's budget. Explore fundamentals such as the work breakdown structure, costing standards, and capital vs. operating costs. Then learn how to build, manage, and monitor a project budget. Plus, get practical tips on recovering from overruns and dealing with scope changes. Note: This course follows the latest guidance from Project Management Institute, Inc., as outlined the PMBOK® 6 Guide.IntermediateBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Project Management
Magento: Mi primera tienda3 hour(s) 13 minute(s) Magento es una de las soluciones e-commerce más utilizadas en el mundo, y realmente es posible montarla sin necesidad de programar. Con este curso aprenderás a crear tu primera tienda online con el CMS open source más potente del mercado. Magento te permitirá crear catálogos de productos, añadirles atributos propios, configurar los precios y la gestión de los impuestos y por supuesto, enviar estos productos al carrito de la compra para verificar el pago al final. Si quieres montar tu tienda online, con este curso podrás descubrir las tareas básicas para instalar y configurar esta solución de e-commerce y empezar a vender tus productos ya.
Artist Series with Hillman Curtis0 hour(s) 51 minute(s) Artist Series is a series of videos, created by Hillman Curtis, that showcases leading designers and design firms. The series takes an in-depth look at the work and processes of the design firm Pentagram and the designers David Carson, Milton Glaser, Paula Scher, Stefan Sagmeister, and James Victore.CreativeGraphic Design, User Experience
CompTIA A+ (220-1002) Cert Prep 4: Command-Line Interface and Scripting Languages1 hour(s) 56 minute(s) Jump-start your IT career by earning the CompTIA A+ certification. In this eight-part CompTIA A+ (220-1002): Cert Prep series, CompTIA expert Mike Meyers helps IT professionals prepare for the Core 2 (220-1002) exam, one of two required exams for the CompTIA A+ certification. In this installment of the series, Mike reviews key features and functions of the command-line interface (CLI), as well as some interesting scripting basics. He covers how to work with files, folders, and drives; use “super” copy commands for moving folder structures; leverage advanced Linux and Windows commands; and understand basic scripting languages. We are a CompTIA Content Publishing Partner. As such, we are able to offer CompTIA exam vouchers at a 10% discount. For more information on how to obtain this discount, please download these PDF instructions.BeginnerTechnologyIT Help Desk, Network and System Administration
OpenCV for Python Developers2 hour(s) 35 minute(s) OpenCV is an open-source toolkit for advanced computer vision. It is one of the most popular tools for facial recognition, used in a wide variety of security, marketing, and photography applications, and it powers a lot of cutting-edge tech, including augmented reality and robotics. This course offers Python developers a detailed introduction to OpenCV 3, starting with installing and configuring your Mac, Windows, or Linux development environment along with Python 3. Learn about the data and image types unique to OpenCV, and find out how to manipulate pixels and images. Instructor Patrick W. Crawford also shows how to read video streams as inputs, and create custom real-time video interfaces. Then comes the real power of OpenCV: object, facial, and feature detection. Learn how to leverage the image-processing power of OpenCV using methods like template matching and machine learning data to identify and recognize features.IntermediateTechnologySoftware Development
Photoshop Elements 11 Essential Training: 3 Sharing & Printing Photos2 hour(s) 28 minute(s) Photos deserve to be seen, and in this course, author Jan Kabili details the features that Adobe Photoshop Elements 11 provides for printing photos, emailing them, and sharing both photos and videos online. Jan explores online sharing features of Photoshop Elements 11: emailing photos, sharing them on Facebook and Flickr, and uploading video clips on YouTube, Vimeo, and the Adobe Photoshop Showcase service. The course also offers some advanced tips on preparing photos for publishing on the web and for exporting photos in various formats and sizes. The course wraps with a look at printing photos on both Windows and Mac OS computers, and ordering prints through Photoshop Elements 11.BeginnerCreativePhotography
Animating Cartoon Characters in Maya2 hour(s) 17 minute(s) Now that you've rigged your characters, it's time to make them move. Starting from where Modeling a Cartoon Character in Maya left off, George Maestri teaches five simple steps to creating exaggerated cartoon animation in Maya. Using the rig developed in the previous course, he shows how to animate a walk, create a jump, animate changes in facial expression and posture, animate a "zip out" or quick exit, and then show how to finalize and render the complete project. Throughout the course, George touches on animation principles such as squash and stretch, exaggeration, follow-through, and overlapping action.IntermediateCreativeAnimation and Illustration, Visualization and Real-Time
Learning iPhone and iPad Security1 hour(s) 44 minute(s) In a mobile world, security is more important than ever. Learn to keep your iPhone and iPad—and your data—safe and secure. In this course, staff instructor Nick Brazzi demystifies security concepts and shows how to enable helpful features, so that iOS 11 users can mitigate the most common security and privacy risks. Discover how to create stronger passwords, secure location and backup data, protect yourself from malware, avoid scams, and locate and disable devices when they are lost or stolen.BeginnerBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Business Software and Tools
Learning C++2 hour(s) 26 minute(s) C++ is an efficient and versatile programming language. C++ powers systems software, desktop applications, and even video games, and it's the language that helped land humans on the moon. Simply put, C++ is a must-know for any modern-day programmer—and it's a great place to get started if you're programming for the first time. This course will get you up and running fast. Instructor Erin Colvin covers simple data types, including numbers and strings; flow-control features like loops and if, else, and switch statements; and functions, the code that encapsulates tasks your program performs. Dr. Colvin also covers working with files and special data structures such as classes and linked lists. Each chapter is full of practical code examples and challenges to help you practice your C++ skills.BeginnerTechnologySoftware Development
Product Management: Customer Development1 hour(s) 2 minute(s) Great products are built from a strong understanding of customer needs. As a product manager, you're tasked with identifying those customer needs so that you're able to direct the creation of products that make your customers' lives a bit easier. In this course, discover how to leverage the customer development process to validate your assumptions and create products customers will truly love—without spending all your precious time or money. Learn how to craft your own problem hypothesis, perform user research, create surveys and analyze the results, and conduct effective user interviews.BeginnerBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Business Analysis and Strategy
Managing a Customer Service Team1 hour(s) 0 minute(s) Secrets to managing customer service teams are revealed in this course by customer service expert Jeff Toister. Learn what separates great service from poor service, and how to set service team goals. Find out how to set up a team and customers for success, explore smart ways to measure service levels, and learn about the true cost of poor service. Plus, explore ways to optimize delivery to provide service that's faster, less costly, and better.IntermediateBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Customer Service
Facebook Ads avanzado1 hour(s) 53 minute(s) Conocer Facebook Ads en profundidad ofrece muchas posibilidades de expandir el alcance y mejorar el rendimiento de nuestras campañas y anuncios. Muchas de estas oportunidades solo pueden ser aprovechadas si sabemos utilizar bien herramientas como Power Editor, las audiencias personalizadas y el seguimiento de conversiones. En este curso aprenderás para qué sirven estas herramientas y cómo utilizarlas en tus propias campañas de marketing en Facebook.
Contratación de personal basada en el rendimiento1 hour(s) 39 minute(s) En este curso, aprenderemos a sacar el máximo partido al proceso de selección de personal que hagamos para nuestra empresa. Mediante una invitación a la reflexión, observaremos cuáles son los factores de éxito y fracaso a la hora de incorporar a un empleado a un grupo. Analizaremos la selección desde el ámbito de la empresa, la atracción del talento, y también desde la psicología, con la intención de servir de la mejor forma posible en el proceso de socialización del nuevo talento en nuestra organización.
Unity 5: 2D Pathfinding0 hour(s) 32 minute(s) Learn how to move characters and objects from point A to B with this introduction to pathfinding in Unity 5. This training focuses on pathfinding in the 2D world: programming simple ways to connect different locations in 2D games. Jesse Freeman starts by explaining the data structures (graphs and nodes) and the A* pathfinding algorithm: the technology that makes traversal of 2D games possible. Then he shows you how to connect paths in a 2D map, and find the fastest path between two points. You'll also build a simple demo map to illustrate and test the pathfinding logic.IntermediateTechnologySoftware Development
2011 SBIFF Producers' Panel: Movers and Shakers1 hour(s) 13 minute(s) As a presenting sponsor of the 26th annual Santa Barbara International Film Festival, puts you in the front row of four fascinating panel discussions with some of Hollywood's top filmmakers, including a number of Golden Globe, Emmy, Grammy, and Academy Award winners and nominees. Moderated by Patrick Goldstein from the Los Angeles Times, these six producers cover many topics not often discussed in the entertainment press. The struggle to get a picture funded, ratings battles with Motion Picture Association of America, where the lines are drawn making a dramatic film based on a real life event, and working with a difficult director. They offer amazing stories of perseverance and triumph. This panel includes Darla K. Anderson (Toy Story 3), Iain Canning (The King’s Speech), Alix Madigan (Winter’s Bone), Todd Lieberman (The Fighter), Mike Deluca (The Social Network), and Jamie Patricof (Blue Valentine).CreativeVideo
Creating Photo Composites on Smartphones and Tablets2 hour(s) 4 minute(s) Ready to take your mobile photography beyond filter effects? Grab your phone and join photographer, author, and educator Seán Duggan for a look at creative compositing techniques using smartphones, tablets, and apps for iOS and Android. Learn to combine images, master blend modes, work with layer masks, and more, in apps such as Juxtaposer, Image Blender, and Adobe Photoshop Touch.IntermediateCreativePhotography
Design the Web: CSS-Controlled SVG with PHP0 hour(s) 30 minute(s) Learn how to use PHP, HTML, and CSS to dynamically modify styles in your scalable vector graphics (SVGs) in this installment of Design the Web—project-based courses for web professionals. Chris Converse explores techniques to modify the colors, visibility, and even stroke values of your images, using the PHP header function and query variables to modify CSS rules in an SVG. This technique is a great way to build a library of reusable graphics for any PHP-based website or content management system, including WordPress, Drupal, and Joomla! The exercise files are free to all members. Download them to start practicing this technique today.AdvancedCreative, TechnologyWeb Design, Web Development
Learning System Center 2016 Orchestrator3 hour(s) 14 minute(s) System Center is the Microsoft cornerstone platform for configuration, management, and deployment. Keeping track of all the moving pieces in this environment is critical for system admins. Enter Orchestrator, a centralized enterprise automation tool. Orchestrator automates repetitive tasks such as host monitoring and disk space checks—increasing efficiency while reducing human error. This course teaches administrators how to automate the monitoring and deployment of data center resources using Orchestrator 2016. Instructor Daniel Lachance begins with a discussion of Orchestrator components and interactions, and walks through the installation of an Orchestrator environment. Then he explores Runbook Designer, the tool for creating various automation solutions related to file management, user onboarding, and more. Follow along and learn how to create your own runbooks with this integral tool, and optimize and reduce your workload.BeginnerTechnologyNetwork and System Administration
Simple Manager Tools that Cure the Under-Management Epidemic0 hour(s) 27 minute(s) Turn off your autopilot. Learn simple tools to proactively manage your people, in this course adapted from the podcast How to Be Awesome at Your Job. Host Pete Mockaitis interviews Bruce Tulgan, a leading expert on leadership and management. Bruce knows it’s good to be the boss—maybe too good. Managers often think they’re managing, but are really only operating on autopilot. The costs for this ineffective under-management are massive. He reveals a simple set of tools to get you out of a management rut and proactively manage your people, including a manager’s landscape matrix and regular one-on-one meetings. Bruce also contrasts different management styles, micromanagement and empowerment, so you can understand the real impact of balanced management. This course was created by Pete Mockaitis of How to Be Awesome at Your Job. We are pleased to offer this training in our library.BeginnerBusinessLeadership and Management
Introduction to Photography1 hour(s) 52 minute(s) It takes more than a camera to be a good photographer. But with today's smart technology and training from, it's easier than ever to learn how to take great pictures. This course, designed strictly for beginners, provides for a solid grounding in the skills and tools you'll need to explore the world of digital photography. Ben Long starts with a look at the different types of cameras on the market and guidelines for setting your camera up for success. He also introduces the theory behind exposure: controlling the amount of light that reaches the camera's sensor. Then it's time to take to the field and examine the rest of the factors that influence the quality of your photographs, including light metering, focus, composition, and flash. Ben also introduces techniques for shooting portraits and shows what you can do with an image editor in post. Last but not least, he'll provide a roadmap for learning more with the extensive library of photography training. The path to becoming a better photographer begins with the first step. Start here!BeginnerCreativePhotography
InDesign CS6 práctico: Mi primera revista para iPad3 hour(s) 27 minute(s) En este curso video2brain verás el proceso para diseñar una revista electrónica, aprovechando las ventajas que aportan InDesign y el Digital Publishing Suite. Al finalizar este curso v2b, tendrás una publicación digital con un diseño espectacular, toda la interactividad que te puedas imaginar, empacada en un Folio listo para llevar a la última etapa del proceso, publicación y distribución en el iPad.
Excel 2016 for the Mac: Managing and Analyzing Data2 hour(s) 16 minute(s) Large amounts of data can become unmanageable fast. But with the data management and analysis features in Excel 2016, you can keep the largest spreadsheets under control. In this course, Dennis Taylor shares easy-to-use commands, features, and functions for maintaining large lists of data in Excel. He covers sorting, adding subtotals, filtering, eliminating duplicate data, and using the program's Advanced Filter feature and specialized database functions to isolate and analyze data. With these techniques, you'll be able to extract the most important information from your data, in the shortest amount of time.IntermediateTechnology, BusinessData Science, Business Analysis and Strategy
Excel: Charts in Depth2 hour(s) 36 minute(s) Excel charts allow you to communicate information with much more impact than raw numbers and are surprisingly easy to generate. Instructor Dennis Taylor shows you how to create different kinds of Excel charts, from column, bar, line and pie to more recently introduced types like Treemap, Funnel, and Pareto. He explains what types of data work best with each so you can decide which type to choose for your specific information. Plus, learn how to fine-tune your chart's color and style; add titles, labels, and legends; insert shapes, pictures, and text boxes; and pull data from multiple sources.IntermediateBusiness, TechnologyBusiness Software and Tools, Data Science, Business Analysis and Strategy
Creating a High Performance Culture1 hour(s) 4 minute(s) If you're a leader, you're responsible for establishing the culture in your organization. In order to remain competitive, you need to build a culture of high performance. In this course, executive coach and consultant Mike Figliuolo reveals how to define your organization's culture, set direction, manage organizational performance, and ensure the right platforms and processes are in place to reinforce the culture. Throughout the course, Mike brings this topic to life by sharing actionable tips and real-world examples.AdvancedBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Leadership and Management
Photoshop Retouching: Beauty Portraits1 hour(s) 12 minute(s) In this course, Timothy Sexton, senior retoucher at New York's Gloss Studio, builds the foundation for mastering the art of fashion retouching. The course begins with a discussion of how to evaluate an image and develop a retouching strategy that dovetails with the client's needs and the photographer's vision. Timothy also details an approach to file and layer management that simplifies creating multiple versions of a photo for client approval. Next, Timothy delves into several core aspects of retouching—skin, hair, clothing, and body shaping—providing real-world insights and Adobe Photoshop techniques. The course describes ways to enhance eyes and lips, selectively sharpen portions of a photo to draw attention to them, use masks to change the color of clothing, and more. The course concludes with details on how to evaluate your work.IntermediateCreativePhotography
Communicating with Charisma0 hour(s) 22 minute(s) Join behavior expert Vanessa Van Edwards as she teaches actionable ways to be more charismatic. Vanessa begins by dispelling the myth that one must be born charismatic, and shares how this skill can be learned. Discover where you fall on the charisma scale and explore ways to make people more comfortable. Learn about the characteristics of highly charismatic people, and how you can become more charismatic without becoming inauthentic.BusinessLeadership and Management, Professional Development
Learning PowerPoint 20103 hour(s) 9 minute(s) In this workshop Tim Grey shares techniques for creating high-quality presentations with Microsoft PowerPoint 2010. After taking a tour of the interface, Tim shows how to plan and create a presentation, add and format text and graphics, and even create SmartArt that can be updated quickly and easily. If you want to go further, you can learn how to add charts and graphs, video or audio clips, and entrance and exit effects, and even how to make graphics float across the screen. Tips on fine-tuning and sharing your presentations round out the training.BeginnerBusinessBusiness Software and Tools
Novedades Revit 20170 hour(s) 44 minute(s) Revit 2017 ha mejorado la velocidad y rendimiento para la creación de modelos de información para la construcción (BIM). Encontrarás nuevas funcionalidades en los parámetros globales asociados por tipo de elemento, un nuevo editor de texto que te ofrece obtener lo que ves, así como mejoras en las etiquetas de anotación. Las listas y catálogos de cuantificación te permitirán combinar parámetros y crear plantillas personalizadas. Una de las grandes mejoras de esta versión en Revit es el motor de visualización, Autodesk Raytracer, permitiéndote obtener mejores y más detalladas visualizaciones del modelo.
Fundamentos de la gestión de proyectos: Stakeholders1 hour(s) 1 minute(s) Forja una colaboración sana con los grupos interesados de tu proyecto y crea un entorno beneficioso para todos. En este curso, la escritora y certificada en gestión de proyectos Terri Wagner te muestra cómo gestionar a los stakeholders mediante la utilización de estrategias de comunicación que aumentarán su participación en el proyecto. Descubre cómo analizar a las partes interesadas, crear matrices de poder, mantener líneas de comunicación abiertas y utilizar las habilidades interpersonales para conectar.
Fundamentos del comercio electrónico: WooCommerce en WordPress1 hour(s) 11 minute(s) Conoce los fundamentos esenciales de WooCommerce y el comercio electrónico en WordPress con este curso. Aprende los conceptos y metodologías de trabajo recomendadas para este plugin de código abierto: cómo funciona internamente, cómo procesar y gestionar este tipo de contenidos y cómo realizar un proyecto completo con la herramienta.
Learning Cloud Computing: Networking1 hour(s) 8 minute(s) Understanding the ins and outs of networking—how it works, how it interacts with your existing enterprise network, and how to work with different networking services—is crucial in the world of cloud computing. In this course, explore the fundamentals of cloud networking, and learn about the networking services available for the top three cloud platforms: AWS, Azure, and Google. Cloud computing expert David Linthicum kicks off the course by covering the basics of networking, including internal and external networks, moving networking to the cloud, and troubleshooting a network. He then dives into a deeper exploration of networking within AWS, Azure, and Google, and takes you through a demo of a couple of the top networking services. To wrap up, David provides guidance for selecting a networking solution and planning and testing a network.BeginnerTechnologyCloud Computing
Design the Web: Styling a Table0 hour(s) 37 minute(s) Tables may be old school, but they're still a staple of web design. Learn how to make them look top-notch with a little CSS wizardry. Design the Web creator Chris Converse explains which table properties can be modified with CSS, and how to quickly change their visual style. He also shows how to add a background image, change the text color, and highlight rows. Plus, learn how to add animated hover states to the row elements, which allow users to quickly see related information in the table. The practice files are free to all members. Download them and get started designing the web today.BeginnerCreativeWeb Design
Learning PrimeFaces1 hour(s) 39 minute(s) PrimeFaces—the popular open-source UI framework for JavaServer Faces (JSF)—boasts features that allow developers to apply themes to their apps, leverage over 100 easy-to-use components, and more. In this course, learn how to use PrimeFaces in your Java Enterprise Edition (EE) web application. Instructor Eyitayo Koleoso helps you get started by explaining how PrimeFaces differs from standard JSF. He also shares how to set up and configure PrimeFaces and goes over the broad categories of PrimeFaces components. He then dives into theming, sharing how to configure your PrimeFaces theme and switch themes dynamically. He also covers how to display data with PrimeFaces, discussing Ajax exception handling and how to execute JavaScript from the server side. To wrap up, he goes over how to troubleshoot Ajax issues and shares PrimeFaces best practices.IntermediateTechnologyWeb Development
Aprende Touch Apps3 hour(s) 15 minute(s) Nuevas oportunidades de creatividad están cambiando nuestros flujos de trabajo con los más recientes lanzamientos de Adobe: Creative Cloud y Touch Apps Family. Diseña, edita, presenta, crea prototipos, ilustra… con las 6 nuevas apps en tu tableta desde cualquier lugar donde estés; sube tus proyectos a tu cuenta en la nube, compártelos y continúa trabajando en el escritorio. Adobe pone las innovaciones y video2brain te enseña a usarlas.
Aprende Connect2 hour(s) 52 minute(s) Connect es el servicio base para encuentros en web que ofrece Adobe tanto a nivel empresarial como educativo, siendo su pieza clave para el e-learning. Es un servicio totalmente escalable según las necesidades del usuario y que, en este curso video2brain, aprenderás a utilizar de forma básica.
Sketch: Prototyping an Image Carousel0 hour(s) 22 minute(s) Learn handy tips and tricks for prototyping an image carousel in Sketch. Sketch can be used to prototype any project where you want to show interactivity in action: mobile apps, digital publications, websites, and more. In this course, instructor Chris Converse shows how to use Sketch navigation and link tools and nested symbols to build a dynamic and easy-to-update prototype, and upload your work to Sketch Cloud for sharing with clients and colleagues.IntermediateCreativeUser Experience
VFX Techniques: Building Replacement with After Effects2 hour(s) 34 minute(s) VFX Techniques with author Lee Lanier introduces common yet critical visual effects for film and television. This installment shows how to remove an unwanted building from a live-action plate and replace it with a new digital matte painting. Learn how to track the footage with the Adobe After Effects 3D Camera Tracker, replace areas such as the sky, rotoscope moving elements such as buildings and cars, and integrate a digital matte painting so it gains appropriate shifts in perspective and scale. You'll also apply color-grading techniques and learn how to fabricate reflections. The course also covers an alternative motion-tracking workflow with the Foundry CameraTracker plugin.IntermediateCreativeMotion Graphics and VFX
Programming for Non-Programmers: Android & Kotlin3 hour(s) 44 minute(s) Anyone can learn programming with the right tools and training. Android is a great place to start. It's free and easy to adopt and the programming language, Kotlin, is built on the world's most popular language, Java. Join Todd Perkins for this training course, which teaches the most important concepts about Android app development in a visual way that people of any background can understand. You can build a functional app in a few hours and figure out if programming is right for you, without a lengthy time commitment. By the end, you'll have a basic understanding of the building blocks of the Kotlin development language, including variables, methods, and control flow, and the essentials of good interface design. You'll also put together a complete real-world app—a usable calculator—that can run on any Android device.BeginnerTechnologyMobile Development
Design Patterns: Creational0 hour(s) 48 minute(s) Time-tested solutions to common problems in software engineering never go out of style, especially when software systems last much longer than anticipated. Exploring design patterns as part of an overall software development strategy is more important than ever to create maintainable, flexible designs. This course covers all the core creational patterns from the original design patterns catalog, the Gang of Four collection. Explore how to use these five patterns to create flexible and efficient object-oriented software designs, learn how the patterns and the design principles behind them guide good software design, and discover techniques and ideas to improve your own designs.AdvancedTechnologySoftware Development
5-Day Drawing Challenge: Different Ways to Draw0 hour(s) 46 minute(s) Drawing is for everyone. It just takes practice! Exercise your drawing skills and become better at seeing and capturing the world around you with Von Glitschka's 5-day drawing challenges. This installment asks you to consider different ways of drawing: from thinking "renewably" to getting surrealistic. Von will assign a drawing challenge for each day. Take the time you need to finish each challenge, and then watch the video where Von shares his own hand-drawn solution. There are no right answers here; his solutions should serve as inspiration. For more encouragement, check out the chapter on staying inspired, featuring artist Stephanie Smith. And don't forget to share your drawings via Twitter and Facebook! Use the hashtag #5daydraw.BeginnerCreativeAnimation and Illustration, Graphic Design
ESLint: Customizing Styles0 hour(s) 30 minute(s) Does your project style not adhere seamlessly to rules from a style guide? In this concise course—the second installment in the ESLint series—learn how to add and override rules to your ESLint configuration to ensure that you won't get flagged for "errors" that are really just aspects of your personal style. Instructor Sasha Vodnik shows how to customize your configuration by adding style rules to the predefined rules, as well as how to specify detailed configuration options for certain rules. Plus, learn how to identify and fix common configuration issues in ESLint.AdvancedTechnologyWeb Development
Lightroom Classic CC and Photoshop: Landscape Photography1 hour(s) 28 minute(s) See how far Lightroom Classic CC and Photoshop can take your landscape photography. Photographer Justin Reznick shares his favorite workflow and processing strategies for making landscape photos look their best. He shows how to organize photos from your shoots in Lightroom, quickly make basic adjustments, and make creative composites with its panorama and HDR features. Adding Photoshop into the mix allows for more fine-tuned control, while plugins such as the Nik Collection and Color Efex Pro expand your creative options. Justin combines all these tools in the final chapter, where he takes on his own landscapes from start to finish.IntermediateCreativePhotography
Excel 2019: Power Pivot3 hour(s) 12 minute(s) Domina las herramientas de Power Pivot existentes en tu programa de hojas de cálculo Microsoft Excel 2019. Al terminar este curso, serás capaz de trabajar con soltura con este complemento. Partiremos desde un nivel inicial, y paso a paso, alcanzarás un nivel experto. Familiarízate con esta nueva interfaz, aprende a obtener datos para empezar a trabajar y conoce las herramientas para hacer cálculos, el lenguaje DAX y el uso de las tablas dinámicas dentro de Power Pivot. Crea tus modelos y define tus indicadores KPI; todo ello se complementará con otras opciones de Power Pivot.
Strategic Planning: Case Studies0 hour(s) 41 minute(s) Have you ever wanted to see strategic planning frameworks applied to real situations? Would you find it helpful to see an integrated strategic case study for an organization like yours? Go more deeply into the strategic planning process by diving into three real-world cases studies. Join instructor Mike Figliuolo as he shares examples from a consumer goods business, a professional services company, and a nonprofit organization. For each case he shares five key aspects of the strategy planning process: defining the strategic environment, determining how to compete, evaluating and prioritizing opportunities, assessing the initiative portfolio, and organizing and allocating resources. Use these thorough examples to think through how you would apply strategic planning to your own organization.IntermediateBusinessLeadership and Management, Business Analysis and Strategy
Azure Essential Training for Developers2 hour(s) 1 minute(s) The seemingly infinite number of paths you can take to learn Azure can be overwhelming. In this course, instructor Adrienne Braganza Tacke focuses on the fundamentals, covering what you—the developer—need to know to start building, deploying, and managing applications using the popular cloud platform. Adrienne provides a thorough look at the capabilities and offerings of the Azure ecosystem, from storage options to Kubernetes Service scaling strategies. Along the way, she provides the information you need to go for a deeper dive on the topics that most interest you. Whether you need to learn Azure for your job or you're just curious about how it stacks up against other ecosystems, this course can help you get started.BeginnerTechnologyCloud Computing
Moodle: Assessing Learning0 hour(s) 57 minute(s) Learning assessments can shine a spotlight on learning gaps and help inform teacher actions. In this course, Oliver Schinkten explores how to assess learning using the Moodle platform. Oliver delves into different learning assessment concepts and goes into how to determine the right assessment strategy for your course. Learn about informal assessments such as forums and workshops, as well as formal assessments like quizzes and self-assessments. In addition, Oliver navigates through a sample course to provide a practical demonstration of the assessment tools available in Moodle.IntermediateBusinessTraining and Education
The Science of Sales0 hour(s) 56 minute(s) Trust lies at the foundation of all sales. In this course, former Genentech senior leader and Braintrust founder Jeff Bloomfield taps the world of neuroscience to explain the science of trust and help you determine your own trustworthiness as a salesperson. He reveals the parts of the brain that are triggered in the buying process, and provides a customer-engagement model that presents solutions in such a way that customers will close the sale themselves . . . every time. Gain a deeper appreciation of the human brain and a new way of communicating with your customer.IntermediateBusinessSales, Marketing, Small Business and Entrepreneurship, Professional Development, Leadership and Management
Logo Development: Identity Design and Discovery1 hour(s) 11 minute(s) Truly exceptional visual brands often come from designers who took the time to understand their client's business and motivation to rebrand. This course shows how to navigate an identity project through the design and discovery process, to ensure that you grasp where your client is coming from before you craft their logo design. Instructor Bill Gardner discusses the value of preparation and research, and goes over the different motivations behind a client's decision to rebrand. Bill also covers the different brand personalities, as well as how to better understand your customer's business and identify their competitors. He wraps up the course with a discussion of competitive analysis and road map creation.BeginnerCreativeGraphic Design
BIM Execution Plan (BEP)1 hour(s) 50 minute(s) Aprende a documentar, planificar y coordinar la implantación de BIM aún antes de iniciar un proyecto. Conoce por qué este documento es esencial para garantizar la comunicación en el equipo de trabajo y el desarrollo adecuado del proyecto a lo largo de todas sus etapas. Identifica como proporcionar la información necesaria para el desarrollo e implementación de tu propio BEP, con base en las principales guías internacionales existentes, y diseña y estructura el proceso desarrollo de un proyecto BIM, definiendo el nivel de desarrollo de un proyecto.
API Test Automation with SoapUI1 hour(s) 52 minute(s) With industry trends like cloud computing and the Internet of Things, there is a growing need for testers that know and understand API testing tools. One powerful and mature tool used by companies around the world is SoapUI. This course is designed to help you get started with SoapUI and covers the basics of how to use it. Instructor Dave Westerveld explains how to set up your first project, create new tests, perform load and security testing, and make your tests more automated and efficient with scripting. Plus, learn how to integrate SoapUI with Docker-based build pipelines. The training is filled with examples featuring real-world, public APIs so you can see how SoapUI functions in real testing scenarios.IntermediateTechnologySoftware Development
CompTIA Server+ (SK0-004) Cert Prep: 7 Troubleshooting0 hour(s) 56 minute(s) Earning the CompTIA Server+ certification can be a boon to your career by signaling to potential employers that you have the skills needed to manage a variety of systems, including web servers, virtual servers, and more. This course helps to prepare you for the troubleshooting portion of the CompTIA Server+ (SK0-004) certification exam. Instructor Ed Liberman demonstrates how to troubleshoot both hardware and software. Plus, he covers troubleshooting connectivity and storage, including how to diagnose network problems and security issues. We are a CompTIA Content Publishing Partner. As such, we are able to offer CompTIA exam vouchers at a 10% discount. For more information on how to obtain this discount, please download these PDF instructions.BeginnerTechnologyNetwork and System Administration
Apollo Client State with React2 hour(s) 6 minute(s) With Apollo—a GraphQL client for React and React Native apps—you have the ability to manage both remote and local data. In this course, instructor Eric Greene discusses how to manage client-side state using Apollo with React. After providing an overview of Apollo client state and showing how to create your development environment, Eric demonstrates how to configure and query client state. Plus, he shows how to mutate client state with a mutation query, query and mutate the cache, and more. Note: This course was created by Wintellect. We are pleased to host this training in our library.AdvancedTechnologyWeb Development
Maya 2015 Essential Training7 hour(s) 45 minute(s) Need to get a strong foundation in Maya? Start here. This Essential Training course covers all the latest features in Maya 2015, while giving you a background in the basics of 3D modeling, texturing, animating, and rendering. Need a quick overview? Check out the first chapter of the course, which covers the interface and basic object manipulation tools. Author George Maestri then takes you deeper into polygonal modeling, editing and refining meshes, and NURBS modeling—for sculpting curves and organic surfaces in Maya. After that, learn how to create and apply materials to give the surface of your models color, texture, reflectivity, and more. Next, create realistic images (with lighting and depth-of-field effects) in the final rendering process, and finally, add movement and life to your characters with Maya's animation tools.BeginnerCreativeVisualization and Real-Time, Product and Manufacturing, AEC, Animation and Illustration
Design the Web: Creating and Protecting Email Links0 hour(s) 30 minute(s) Need to share your email address on the web, but don't want your inbox filling up with spam? Learn to hide email addresses from spiders and bots, with these smart solutions from web developer Chris Converse. He'll show you CSS-only options and techniques for reversing and encoding text, as well as advanced JavaScript-based solutions. The exercise files for this course are free to all members, so download them now and get started learning how to hide your email addresses from web crawlers.IntermediateCreative, TechnologyWeb Design, Web Development
Targeted Adjustments in Photoshop CC2 hour(s) 10 minute(s) Sometimes you want to edit just a small section of an image. Targeted adjustments allow you to restrict your changes to a certain area of a photograph, based on its shape, opacity, color, focus, or brightness. In this course, photographer and educator Tim Grey show you how to use the tools in Photoshop CC to create and apply targeted adjustments. First, learn how to build precise selections, layer masks, alpha channels, and quick masks. Then find how to edit and refine your masks using the Invert and Feather commands, dodging and burning, and filters like Dust and Scratches. The workshop places a special emphasis on understanding the underlying concepts, and then mixing and matching different tools and techniques to unleash the full power of what Photoshop can do for you. By the end, you'll be able to use targeted adjustments to fix exposure, swap backgrounds, change the colors of products, and much more.BeginnerCreativePhotography
SwiftUI Essential Training4 hour(s) 8 minute(s) SwiftUI, an innovative new way to lay out user interfaces on Apple platforms, made its debut with the release of Xcode 11. This UI tool kit provides layout structures, controls, and views that allow you to build user interfaces for the Mac, iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and Apple TV—all from the same code. If you're curious how SwiftUI differs from UIKit and AppKit—or just want to get started with this powerful new tool kit—then this course is for you. Join Steven Lipton as he demonstrates how to use Xcode and SwiftUI to set up an app's user interface. Discover how to work with collection views, add navigation, animate interactions, and more. To lend these concepts a real-world context, he steps through how to use SwiftUI to build the front end of an ordering app for a pizza restaurant.IntermediateTechnologyMobile Development
Windows Server 2012: Creación y gestión de directivas de grupo1 hour(s) 26 minute(s) Windows Server 2012 R2 es el sistema operativo servidor elegido por empresas de todo tipo para la gestión integral de sus servicios y contenidos digitales. En este curso analizaremos qué son y para qué sirven las directivas de grupo. Durante el curso, paso a paso ahondaremos en ellas, llegando a crear configuraciones básicas pero muy potentes y necesarias en todas las empresas, bien sean pymes o grandes compañías. En este curso, se abordan situaciones y se da solución, usando las directivas de grupo, a situaciones que sin duda se darán durante la gestión de un parque de equipos cliente.
Networking Foundations: Network Media (WANs)2 hour(s) 2 minute(s) With some simple hardware and routing protocols, you can connect offices in almost any location. Wide area networks (WANs) allow data to be shared securely and quickly over long distances. In this course, networking expert Greg Sowell describes how to set up WANs, including networking your workstations with switchs and connecting them to the Internet via a routing device. He discusses different WAN technologies and features such as speeds, spans, and price points—including inexpensive options such as VPN. He then covers switches (the devices that connect computers in your building) and routers (devices that control the transmission of network data). Along the way, Greg shows how to build private connections, implement free networking over the Internet, build switch networks, and overlay-routed networks. He'll also introduce different routing protocols, such as OPSF link-state routing and distance-vector routing with RIPv2, EIGRP, and BGP. Note that this course maps to domains 1 and 2 of the Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) Networking Fundamentals certification exam (98-366).BeginnerTechnologyNetwork and System Administration
Richard Gibbs with Bobby Owsinski: Rocking Clubs to Writing Scores1 hour(s) 6 minute(s) In this series, music producer Bobby Owsinski interviews iconic audio- and music-industry personalities: the outliers, forward thinkers, and rule breakers. This installment features legendary film composer Richard Gibbs. Richard started scoring surf films as a kid, and then became a touring musician with Chaka Khan and Tom Jones. He has been a session musician on over 150 albums, for artists such as Aretha Franklin, Tom Waits, and Robert Palmer, and was a member of Oingo Boingo. He has since returned to his first love, scoring film, and works on several projects a year. His credits include Say Anything, The Simpsons, and the reboot of Battlestar Galatica. In this interview, Bobby and Richard chat about Richard's career, influences, and inspirations.Creative, BusinessAudio and Music, Small Business and Entrepreneurship
CompTIA Cloud+ (CV0-002) Cert Prep: 3 Maintenance and Management2 hour(s) 19 minute(s) CompTIA Cloud+ certification validates an IT pro's skills related to implementing and maintaining cloud technologies. A Cloud+ certification is valuable for a career as a cloud developer, cloud specialist, or a systems administrator. This course covers the topics outlined in Domains 3.0 (Manage) and 4.0 (Maintain) of the CompTIA Cloud+ (CV0-002) certification exam. Instructor Joseph Holbrook helps exam candidates and current certification holders who need to renew their certification study for key exam objectives: patching, automation, backup and recovery, disaster recovery, forecasting and allocation, provisioning, and management tasks such as analysis and reporting. We are a CompTIA Content Publishing Partner. As such, we are able to offer CompTIA exam vouchers at a 10% discount. For more information on how to obtain this discount, please download these PDF instructions.IntermediateTechnologyCloud Computing
Sculptris Essential Training2 hour(s) 37 minute(s) Sculptris is a free sculpting program made for artists. In this course, author Ryan Kittleson introduces the technology behind Sculptris, covers the sculpting toolset, and finishes with two hands-on sculpting projects, where he blocks and sculpts a concept vehicle and a character with facial detail, hair, and clothing.BeginnerCreativeVisualization and Real-Time, Animation and Illustration, Product and Manufacturing, AEC
Diseño digital: Trucos3 hour(s) 29 minute(s) Convertirse en profesional digital es un camino largo que nos obliga a sacar lo mejor de nosotros, estando siempre atentos a nuevos recursos y metodologías que puedan ayudarnos a serlo. En este curso verás un buen surtido de esas técnicas, trucos y recursos con los que vas a poder mejorar tu manera de trabajar ya sea haciéndola más eficaz o incorporando nuevas herramientas que quizá desconocías y que pueden ahorrarte un tiempo valioso o darle un valor añadido a tu perfil profesional.
Design the Web: Illustrator to Animated HTML5 Canvas0 hour(s) 48 minute(s) Learn to create a web animation from a simple Illustrator file, with Ai2Canvas—a free plugin that works with nearly every version of Illustrator, from CS3 to CC. In this short Design the Web project, Chris Converse shows how to achieve complex animations with Ai2Canvas, simply by naming your layers with different animation properties. He also demonstrates how to combine properties like rotation and origin, for more interesting motion designs, and compress project files for web delivery. The exercise files for this course are free to all members, so download them today.IntermediateCreativeWeb Design
CISSP Cert Prep: 4 Communication and Network Security4 hour(s) 6 minute(s) The Certified Information System Security Professional (CISSP) certification is an important component of any security professional's resume, and is a requirement for many top jobs. In this course, prepare for the fourth domain of the exam: Communications and Network Security. Instructor and cybersecurity expert Mike Chapple goes over TCP/IP networking, network security devices, and secure network design. Mike also includes coverage of specialized networking, network attacks, wireless networking, and more. The CISSP exam domains can be found here.AdvancedTechnologySecurity
Managing DNS Essential Training3 hour(s) 15 minute(s) The Domain Name System (DNS) helps identify all resources on the Internet; a DNS server indexes the resources on your own network. Understanding how to manage a DNS server is key for any IT professional, including DNS administrators and programmers, analysts, and CTOs. Managing DNS Essential Training covers the theory and practice of administering DNS using dig and other DNS server technologies. Heavy in practical examples, and full of excellent visualizations to help with absorbing concepts, this course will have you saying "Eureka, I've got it!" in no time! To begin, author Sean Colins covers the fundamentals of DNS. He then segues to more complex topics such as setting up a DNS server on Linux, Mac, and Windows and working with DNS record types, such as AAAA, MX, TX, CNAME, and SPF. He offers breakdowns of difficult concepts as well as practical technical tips for the day-to-day activities involved in DNS server management.BeginnerTechnologyNetwork and System Administration
Outlook 2016 Essential Training2 hour(s) 49 minute(s) Learn how to best set up and manage email, calendars, and contacts in Outlook 2016. This course begins with a tour of the interface and shows how to connect to a wide variety of email accounts, as well as OneDrive for online file storage. Author Jess Stratton then shows how to quickly create, send, and read email and reduce your inbox clutter; organize, group, and share contacts; and stay on schedule with calendars and tasks. Plus, learn how to back up your Outlook data in case you need to restore or move it to a different machine.BeginnerBusinessBusiness Software and Tools
UiPath: Robotic Process Automation (RPA)6 hour(s) 43 minute(s) Get started with UiPath, a leading robotic process automation (RPA) tool. This course offers a hands-on guide to automating a variety of software-controllable process using this popular tool. Instructor Bryan Lamb helps to acquaint you with the main capabilities of UiPath and demonstrates how to use key features to automate business processes against a variety of target systems, including Excel spreadsheets. He also shows how to work with flowcharts to document enterprise processes, how to handle errors, how to schedule and manage your software robots with Orchestrator, and more.IntermediateTechnologySoftware Development
Gaining Skills with LinkedIn Learning0 hour(s) 33 minute(s) With LinkedIn Learning, anyone can gain new skills. We offer expert-led, anytime training that you can take at your own pace, with tools and features to fit almost any learning style. Use this course to discover how you learn best and how LinkedIn Learning can help you set and achieve your personal and professional goals. Staff author Oliver Schinkten shows how to use LinkedIn Learning alongside cutting-edge, brain-based research to pinpoint the skills you want to learn, find the training to reach your goals, and make the knowledge stick. Discover which skills are in demand and how to showcase what you've learned on LinkedIn.BeginnerBusinessTraining and Education
Word 2010: Styles3 hour(s) 12 minute(s) Learn how to use Word styles to help save time in creating consistent and well-designed documents. Author Mariann Siegert demonstrates how to create, apply, and modify styles, as well as how to format documents with styles. The course also covers generating tables of contents, building Quick Styles and style sets, and restricting styles in protected documents.IntermediateBusinessBusiness Software and Tools
Aprende a desarrollar para web móvil6 hour(s) 52 minute(s) En este curso video2brain se abordarán las bases del desarrollo web móvil basado en estándares, se ahondará en las implicaciones de la creación de un sitio web móvil y también en determinados aspectos clave a la hora de optimizar los contenidos para los terminales, como la detección de dispositivos, contenidos adaptados a cada terminal, optimización de ancho de banda, etc. Si quieres desarrollar para móviles, no puedes perderte este curso online.
Social Media for Leadership0 hour(s) 56 minute(s) Unlock the power of social media to direct your company's growth and build a strong personal brand as an executive. Join Brian Honigman as he demonstrates how, as a member of the C-suite, you can engage in social media to drive sales, humanize your company, and be proactive during a crisis while establishing yourself as an industry leader at the same time. Learn how to effectively include your voice in company content, cross-promote among your own networks, measure the impact of your efforts, and more.BeginnerBusinessMarketing, Career Development
Learning Adobe Fonts (Formerly Typekit)0 hour(s) 16 minute(s) Adobe Fonts, formally known as Typekit, is a font subscription service that lets you activate fonts for use in desktop applications and on websites. As part of a Creative Cloud subscription you have access to a library of more than 15,000 fonts available for personal and commercial use. The fonts are from leading font foundries and can be used in print and on screen. If you're interested in learning how Adobe Fonts works—and how it could benefit your design workflow—then this course is for you. Join instructor Nigel French as he shows how to choose, activate, and manage fonts; add fonts to your website; activate fonts in InDesign, Illustrator, and Photoshop; and more.BeginnerCreativeGraphic Design
Photoshop CC: Pinceles3 hour(s) 11 minute(s) Las herramientas que utilizan puntas de pincel son muchas y muy variadas y en este curso video2brain explicaremos cómo utilizarlas. Desde sus formas básicas hasta sus características más profundas e intrincadas, aprenderemos a sacarles el mayor provecho en cualquier trabajo realizado en Photoshop.
Cómo aumentar la resiliencia0 hour(s) 41 minute(s) ¿Tienes problemas para arreglártelas cuando las cosas se ponen difíciles? Todos queremos dar lo mejor de nosotros mismos cuando nos sentimos presionados, pero, en épocas de estrés o adversidad, muchos de nosotros nos rendimos. Si puedes desarrollar tu resiliencia, te será más fácil enfrentarte a nuevos problemas y adquirir una capacidad muy valiosa que ofrecerles a tus empleados. En este curso, la profesora y asesora de comunicación de la Escuela de Negocios Kelley Tatiana Kolovou te explica cómo volver a encarrilarte después de situaciones difíciles gracias al desarrollo de tu «umbral de resistencia», te describirá cinco técnicas de aprendizaje para prepararte para situaciones difíciles y cinco estrategias para que reflexiones sobre ellas. Descubre cuál es tu escala de resiliencia, identifica hasta qué punto quieres llegar y aprende las estrategias necesarias para cubrir ese espacio.
Audio for Video: 2 Tips & Techniques0 hour(s) 28 minute(s) Sound for video is often poorly understood and ignored by video producers. Watch almost any YouTube video and you'll hear the problem. It's one that plagues new and experienced video producers alike. Capturing Audio for Video demystifies sound capture, offering professional insights from instructor and audio specialist Jeff Jacoby. This installment is centered on practical audio recording tips and techniques. He shows how to scout a location, monitor audio in the field, plan a shot list and sound recordings, and choose the right equipment, whether you need to buy or rent it. These tutorials are easy to follow and apply, fun to watch, and enormously helpful for video producers and directors alike.IntermediateCreativeVideo, Audio and Music
Microsoft Cloud Fundamentals: SharePoint Online, OneDrive, and Teams2 hour(s) 4 minute(s) Microsoft SharePoint Online, OneDrive, and Microsoft Teams can help organizations keep their files safe, share information more effectively, and communicate with ease. In this course, learn the basics of how to configure and manage SharePoint Online, OneDrive, and Microsoft Teams. Instructor Andrew Bettany explains how to create a SharePoint site, manage SharePoint storage, and share documents in OneDrive. He also outlines the basics of working with Microsoft Teams, as well as how to deploy the communications platform within your organization.IntermediateTechnologyCloud Computing
Networking Foundations: Protocols and CLI Tools1 hour(s) 13 minute(s) As an aspiring IT and networking professional, one of the core responsibilities is troubleshooting network connections: servers, end-user machines, mail services, and websites. This course introduces the main methods for troubleshooting network connectivity issues using different protocols and command-line (CLI) tools. Networking expert Greg Sowell covers HTTP and HTTPS, the protocols that deliver websites; shows how domain names are resolved via DNS; and explains how voice traffic is carried over a network with VoIP. Greg shows how to examine all of these connections and their traffic using CLI tools such as ipconfig, ping, ARP, and Telnet. Protocols are the lifeblood of modern communication. By the end of this course, you'll know what you need to troubleshoot any network connection and keep the communication flowing. Note: This course maps to domain 3 of the MTA Networking Fundamentals exam.BeginnerTechnologyContinuing Education (CEU), Network and System Administration
Ethical Hacking: Sniffers1 hour(s) 20 minute(s) Ethical hackers: Get an inside look into the tools the black hat hackers use to "sniff" network traffic, and discover how to countermeasure such attacks. Security ambassador Lisa Bock explains what a sniffer is, and how hackers use it to intercept network traffic. She reviews the seven-layer OSI model, active vs. passive attacks, and the different types of protocol attacks, including MAC and macof attacks, DNS caching and forgery, DHCP denial-of-service attacks, and ARP cache poisoning. Learn how ethical hackers have an arsenal of tools to emulate these attacks and techniques, from examining headers and URLs to capturing images. Lisa relies on Wireshark, a network protocol analyzer for Unix and Windows, but also introduces other sniffing tools, including TShark, tcpdump, and CloudShark. Note: The topics in this course will prepare you for key objectives on the Certified Ethical Hacker exam. Find an overview of the certification and the exam handbook at, Network and System Administration
ZBrush: Modeling Footwear3 hour(s) 29 minute(s) Digitally sculpting a shoe in ZBrush can sometimes seem a bit daunting. The finished product should be precise, but follow the natural curves of an organic shape. In this course, learn how to leverage the unique tools in ZBrush to digitally sculpt realistic footwear. Ryan Kittleson takes you through the steps of accurately modeling a shoe, explaining how to create the sole, cut the tread pattern, make the upper basic shape, and create the laces. Plus, he shares how to add fine details such as stiches and leather and fabric textures. Upon wrapping up this course, you'll be equipped with the tools and techniques you need to create nearly any kind of footwear—not just the shoe sculpture shown in the course.IntermediateCreativeVisualization and Real-Time, Animation and Illustration, Product and Manufacturing, AEC
International SEO1 hour(s) 59 minute(s) Attract international visitors to your websites with these SEO tips from David Booth. This course will help viewers develop and implement a successful strategy for international SEO, which is increasingly important given globalization; the localized versions of leading search engines like Google, Bing, and Yahoo; and the market share of such search engines as Baidu (China), Yandex (Russia), Naver (South Korea), and others. David reviews global and regional aspects of how to determine target markets and optimize your website for different countries and languages. He then explains the technical elements of international SEO, including how search engines handle multilingual and multiregional content, and which methods to use to let search engines know just whom you're targeting. Viewers then explore international content strategy and crucial on-page elements and optimization strategies. Then learn how to perform keyword research—taking into account cultural considerations and local competition. The course moves on to explore such off-site factors as social sharing and link building, and shows how to measure results via a number of SEO-specific tools, as well as Google Analytics.BeginnerBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Marketing
Word 2011 para Mac esencial3 hour(s) 36 minute(s) En este curso de Microsoft Word 2011 para Mac, aprenderás el uso de las herramientas esenciales para manejar este famoso procesador de textos para crear documentos profesionales. Descubre las funciones principales que debes conocer y manejar día a día, como el formato de fuente y de párrafos, o la inserción de imágenes, gráfica y tablas. A lo largo del curso verás temas imprescindibles para trabajar con Word 2011 para Mac, tales como creación y edición de textos, estructuración de un documento con secciones, así como la configuración correcta de la página y su impresión. Da tus primeros pasos y aprende a sacar partido al programa para Mac de la suite de Office para la creación de documentos de texto.
Fundamentos de la programación: Estructuras de datos3 hour(s) 10 minute(s) A medida que profundizas en tus conocimientos de programación y empiezas a crear programas cada vez más grandes, tus aplicaciones empiezan a necesitar almacenar y trabajar con grandes conjuntos de datos. En este curso aprenderás los mecanismos y las estructuras que necesitas conocer para crear programas que usen volúmenes grandes de información. Diccionarios, tablas hash, colas, listas vinculadas, árboles y grafos. Aprende a organizar los datos de tus programas de una manera práctica y fácil.
The Essential Elements of Predictive Analytics and Data Mining1 hour(s) 28 minute(s) A proper predictive analytics and data-mining project can involve many people and many weeks. There are also many potential errors to avoid. A "big picture" perspective is necessary to keep the project on track. This course provides that perspective through the lens of a veteran practitioner who has completed dozens of real-world projects. Keith McCormick is an independent data miner and author who specializes in predictive models and segmentation analysis, including classification trees, cluster analysis, and association rules. Here he shares his knowledge with you. Walk through each step of a typical project, from defining the problem and gathering the data and resources, to putting the solution into practice. Keith also provides an overview of CRISP-DM (the de facto data-mining methodology) and the nine laws of data mining, which will keep you focused on strategy and business value.IntermediateTechnologyData Science
Getting Things Done. Organízate con eficacia1 hour(s) 32 minute(s) Con David Allen, autor de fama mundial y experto en productividad y gestión del tiempo, descubre su proceso de cinco pasos para organizarte con eficacia. Getting Things Done (GTD) es un método que te mostrará cómo afrontar tu trabajo sin abrumarte, dejando espacio en tu vida para tareas más significativas. Aprende a capturar, clarificar, organizar, revisar y hacer las tareas que demandan tu atención, y seguir adelante con la cabeza clara y un enfoque decidido.
Nuke Essential Training5 hour(s) 2 minute(s) Visual effects (VFX) dominate at the box office, and Nuke is the compositing software that is used to create mind-blowing effects at the highest end studios. For a career in VFX, Nuke is essential. This course is an introduction that covers the entire program in just five hours. Upon completion, you should be able to perform basic 2D and 3D visual effects compositing with Nuke, and be prepared to tackle more advanced coursework and projects. VFX compositor and Nuke master trainer Steve Wright covers the user interface, including the Viewer, Timeline, Dope Sheet, and Curve Editor. In this section, you can learn about Nuke channels, node trees, and keyframe animation and get an overview of the compositing workflow. Chapter two introduces 2D compositing: image transformations, color correction, rotoscoping, keying, timing adjustments, and tracking. In chapter three, you can expand your skills into 3D: working with lights and cameras, transforming and deforming 3D geometry, applying materials and textures, and rendering. Each video comes with its own Nuke scripts and media, so you can easily follow along on your own machine.BeginnerCreativeMotion Graphics and VFX
Moodle: Advanced Techniques1 hour(s) 13 minute(s) Go beyond the basics with Moodle. This course will look at how instructors can efficiently and effectively assess learning in a Moodle environment, communicate with students, and add more interactive elements to their online courses. Kevin Kelly covers the intermediate and advanced features of Moodle, such as the Book module, adaptive and conditional activities, videoconferencing and social media integration, and alternative ways to assess learning with rubrics, scoring guides, and Moodle's Workshop module.AdvancedBusinessTraining and Education
Learning VMware vSAN3 hour(s) 7 minute(s) vSAN is a popular software-defined storage solution from the leading virtualization company, VMware. This training course provide complete coverage of vSAN, including conceptual lessons and hands-on demos using the free labs at You can learn how to configure, monitor, and manage vSAN, and explore the different vSAN architecture options. VMware Certified Instructor Rick Crisci also covers important operations and maintenance considerations, such as high-availability configuration and vSAN recovery procedures. Plus, review popular deployment options: two-node clusters and stretched vSAN clusters.IntermediateCreative, TechnologyVisualization and Real-Time, Network and System Administration
Singing Lessons: 4 Singing Tools1 hour(s) 4 minute(s) Explore tools that can help you create more meaningful vocal performances. In this course—the fourth in a series focusing on learning how to sing—add techniques to your toolkit that can provide you with a solid foundation as a singer. Professional vocalist Lari White explores topics such as vocal belting, interpreting lyrics, and working with an accompanist. Plus, she shares acting tips that can help you make more expressive decisions, and explains how to improvise with a melody to make it your own. Note: This course was recorded and produced by ArtistWorks. We're pleased to host this training in our library.BeginnerCreativeAudio and Music
Architectural Photography: Interiors0 hour(s) 58 minute(s) Whether you're photographing a room for an architectural magazine, for a real-estate ad, or for an interior decorator friend, interior spaces present a variety of photographic challenges. In this course, photographer Richard Klein visits two homes, photographing their interiors while explaining the essential shooting and lighting techniques behind making these spaces look their best. The course describes the best ways to light interior elements to show their texture and form, and contains tips on staging rooms to make them more inviting. Richard also tackles the tricky challenges that windows and exterior lighting introduce: how do you adjust exposure to capture interior details without overexposing the windows?IntermediateCreativePhotography
Ransomware: Practical Reverse Engineering1 hour(s) 22 minute(s) Ransomware is a growing threat, and it's imperative that IT security professionals have the knowledge and skills needed to protect their networks and systems against these attacks. In this course, instructor Malcolm Shore provides an in-depth look at tools and techniques you can use to reverse engineer malware. He discusses how to use reverse engineering to better understand malware, and demonstrates how to approach static and dynamic malware analysis. To wrap up, he dives into a real-world example of ransomware— the devastating WannaCry malware—using this case study to help you better understand how malware functions.IntermediateTechnologySecurity
Bienestar, coordinación y flexibilidad en casa y en el trabajo0 hour(s) 27 minute(s) Consigue mejorar tu concentración, optimizar tu productividad y sentir bienestar tanto en tu lugar de trabajo como en tu casa. Aprende movimientos simples y ejercicios de respiración consciente, o mindfulness, que te ayudarán a cultivar confort y tranquilidad integral y a liberar el estrés que acumulas durante el día. Estas pautas, que provienen de disciplinas como el Tai Chi y Chi Kung, empleando apenas diez minutos de tu tiempo, lograrán que te sientas bien, trabajes mejor y te relaciones de forma más efectiva con el mundo que te rodea.
Learning SharePoint 20161 hour(s) 22 minute(s) Get up and running with Microsoft SharePoint 2016 to make it easier for you and your team to share content, collaborate, and get things done. In this course, Gini von Courter explains how to use SharePoint to build sites, work with documents, and create custom lists and libraries. Gini kicks off the course by explaining how to navigate in a team site, where your team can share data and documents and have conversations. She discusses how to create and edit documents, and save those documents in SharePoint libraries. She also shows how to use lists to work with data, and how to sync those lists with Outlook. Gini wraps up the course with a few advanced concepts, explaining how to create a new team site, and take your content beyond SharePoint by syncing libraries with computer folders.BeginnerBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Business Software and Tools
Flutter: Part 08 Powering Your App with Live Web Data3 hour(s) 14 minute(s) Users have come to expect true connectivity from their apps, like constant access to real-time data. With Flutter, it’s possible to build apps powered by live web data, such as the weather app you build in this project-based course. Instructor Angela Yu takes you through the process of accessing and requesting live data via asynchronous programming methods in Dart. She shows how to handle errors, access APIs for external data, and parse data types such as JSON. Plus, learn how to use Dart geolocation packages to implement location services in your app and pass data to objects in your app in order to display the information to users. This course was created by London App Brewery. We are pleased to host this content in our library.IntermediateTechnologyMobile Development
Fundamentals of Pro Audio Equipment1 hour(s) 37 minute(s) Modern audio engineers and producers have access to a wealth of cool equipment that simplifies their workflow and enhances their final mixes. While it's possible to get by without a deep understanding of this technology, all creative pros can benefit from learning how the gear they use in the studio actually works. In this course, instructor Greg Wurth explains the inner workings of some of the most influential pieces of pro audio equipment. Throughout the course, Greg shares images, diagrams, and audio examples that can help you grasp how this equipment functions, and why you might want to opt for one piece over another. Greg dives into working with different kinds of microphones and preamps, describes the main types of compressors and equalizers, and shows how an analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog converter works. Plus, he covers analog summing—the process of combining multiple audio channels down to a stereo signal—and analog emulation.BeginnerCreativeAudio and Music
Photoshop Retouching: Hair2 hour(s) 8 minute(s) Hair can be difficult to manage off camera; sometimes even on-set stylists can't make it look perfect on camera. That job often falls to the retoucher. Learn how to enhance the look of different types and textures of hair, under the guidance of master retoucher Timothy Sexton. He shows you how to use Adobe Photoshop's tools, such as Clone Stamp, to maintain the natural flow and appearance of hair while making it look what the industry deems lux—soft, full, and voluminous. Then Timothy shows you how to bump it up a notch for a look you might see in a typical hair care advertisement, and shows how to style curly hair, thin hair, and men's hair.IntermediateCreativePhotography
Aprende Desarrollo Android2 hour(s) 8 minute(s) Aprende a desarrollar aplicaciones para la plataforma móvil Android. Desde componentes de Android, desarrollo de interfaz, acceso a sensores o dialogs, este curso te muestra los principios teóricos del desarrollo móvil, a la vez que generas una aplicación con el IDE Android Studio: un bloc de notas.
Accounting Foundations: Internal Controls1 hour(s) 46 minute(s) Knowingly—or unknowingly—reporting fraudulent information in your financial statements can lead to catastrophic consequences for your business. To prevent fraud, you need a series of internal controls, including a top-down control environment, physical controls, and ongoing monitoring. This course teaches you how to use these internal controls to increase the integrity of your financial statements. Professors Jim and Kay Stice take a look at the types of financial reporting problems that can occur and safeguards to minimize them. They also discuss the impact of Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX), and the compliance requirements for U.S. businesses that fall under the act. Plus, find out how the Securities and Exchange Commission enforces accurate financial reporting in the securities market and beyond. Note: This course does not satisfy compliance training requirements for SOX.IntermediateBusinessFinance and Accounting
AutoCAD 2014 Essential Training: 2 Drawing Fundamentals2 hour(s) 3 minute(s) In this installment of AutoCAD 2014 Essentials, author Jeff Bartels concentrates on the particulars of creating basic geometry in AutoCAD, including assigning imperial or metric units of measurement, using object snaps to control accuracy, and drawing and transforming basic lines and shapes. The last chapter in the course tests your newfound skills in a short project where you'll create a small mechanical part.BeginnerCreativeAEC, Product and Manufacturing
Building Resilience0 hour(s) 34 minute(s) Have trouble getting by when the going gets tough? Everyone wants to perform well when the pressure's on, but a lot of us withdraw in times of stress or adversity. If you can build your resilience, you'll have an easier time facing new challenges and earn a valuable skill to offer employers. In this course, Kelley School of Business professor and professional communications coach Tatiana Kolovou explains how to bounce back from difficult situations, by building your "resiliency threshold." She outlines five training techniques to prepare for difficult situations, and five strategies for reflecting on them afterward. Find out where you are on the resilience scale, identify where you want to be, and learn strategies to close the gap.BusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Professional Development
SOLIDWORKS: Performance Tuning1 hour(s) 31 minute(s) SOLIDWORKS users who contend with hang-ups and slow load times can miss deadlines and lose productivity. In this course, discover how to improve SOLIDWORKS performance and tune your workstation for optimal performance. Instructor David Antanavige teaches a variety of methods for tuning workstation and SOLIDWORKS performance, beginning with basic system updates, and moving on to tweaks and adjustments to SOLIDWORKS itself. Explore how various SOLIDWORKS options affect performance, and learn tips and tricks for avoiding performance problems in the first place. Plus, discover how to squeeze more performance out of SOLIDWORKS using tuning options.IntermediateCreativeProduct and Manufacturing, Visualization and Real-Time, AEC, Animation and Illustration
Measure What Matters (Blinkist Summary)0 hour(s) 19 minute(s) What do Google and Bono have in common? They've both used objectives and key results (OKRs), a goal setting system that involves defining specific objectives and establishing how you'll measure your progress. In his 2018 book, Measure What Matters, John Doerr—an early investor in Google—details how OKRs have helped some of the most innovative people and companies focus, scale, and thrive. This audiobook summary distills some of the book's most significant points into concise, easily digestible clips. Learn more about what OKRs entail, how to track them, how to challenge yourself by implementing stretch goals, and more. Note: This audiobook summary was produced by Blinkist. We are pleased to host this content in our library.IntermediateBusinessBusiness Analysis and Strategy, Leadership and Management
Adobe Dimension: Photo Shoot Composite1 hour(s) 23 minute(s) Adobe Dimension CC is an easy-to-use app for creating photorealistic renders from 3D models. In this course, instructor Steve Caplin covers basic and advanced techniques for working with 3D models in this powerful program. Discover how to combine a 3D model with a background, and automatically match the perspective and lighting to match the background; how to build a box, size it to the proportions of your product, and map your own artwork onto it; how to combine multiple objects in a scene and render them; and how to build a wine bottle mockup, complete with a bottle label, background, and lighting. Plus, learn advanced techniques, such as how to fix broken models in Photoshop.BeginnerCreativePhotography, Graphic Design
Project Portfolio Management Foundations1 hour(s) 15 minute(s) A portfolio connects business strategy to the bottom line: the products and projects that have to achieve business results. Portfolio Management Foundations is targeted at project, program, and product managers, as well as business leaders, who want to learn the art and science of portfolio management and deliver success repeatably and reliably every time. Learn exactly what a portfolio is—a top-down strategy delivery vehicle—and what it isn't—a bottom-up reporting consolidation. Get an overview of the portfolio life cycle, from idea generation and capacity planning through execution and delivery. Find out who plays the important roles and how accountability and empowerment can lead to better results for the entire business. Next, learn how to implement portfolio management and integrate tools and techniques from other business areas. Plus, find out how to assess performance and manage "beyond the project" once delivery has occurred.BusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Project Management
Linux System Engineer: Bash Shell Scripting for Automation0 hour(s) 57 minute(s) Learn how to use bash scripting to automate common tasks on Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL)—one of the most popular Linux distributions. This course covers the foundations of creating and debugging bash scripts, including scripts that accept input via positional arguments, pipes, and file parsing. Plus, learn how to get data out of bash scripts and set up conditional and looping code blocks. Grant also solves some real-world problems, using bash to monitor user space and CPU usage. Note: This course also helps you study to pass the Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) exam—the benchmark certification for Red Hat Enterprise Linux.IntermediateTechnologySecurity, Network and System Administration
Google Ads (AdWords) Essential Training3 hour(s) 7 minute(s) Learn the foundations of pay-per-click (PPC) advertising with Google Ads (formerly known as AdWords) the industry-leading PPC platform. First, explore how Google Ads works and how it fits with what your business—and your customers—need. Then learn how to set up a new Google Ads account and start researching your keywords: the foundation of all great advertisements. After he demonstrates how to set up a new campaign and write your first ad, instructor Brad Batesole shows how to use Google Ads reporting and Google Analytics to monitor your campaign's performance. Brad also shows how to optimize ads to get more clicks, conversions, and ultimately more return on your investment (ROI). Finally, go beyond the basics with ad extensions—a feature which can increase your click-through rate by several percentage points.BeginnerBusinessMarketing
Amazon EC2 Fundamentals1 hour(s) 55 minute(s) Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) provides secure, resizable compute capacity in the cloud. This course describes the fundamentals of this web service. Get introduced to the features of Amazon EC2, find out where it is available, and explore purchasing options based on instance preference: reserved, scheduled, spot, or dedicated. Learn how to work with AMI (Amazon Machine Image), how to launch an instance, and how to connect to an instance using Linux, Mac, or Windows.BeginnerTechnologyCloud Computing
SketchUp Pro: Dynamic Components3 hour(s) 13 minute(s) SketchUp dynamic components are reusable design elements with special attributes: parametric functions, interactivity, animation, and more. Creating your own dynamic components allows you to build a library of custom designs and easily share them with others. This training course shows how to use SketchUp Pro to build dynamic components from scratch. Instructor Scott Onstott starts by reviewing the premade dynamic components found in the Components panel and 3D Warehouse. Then he explores the build process: adding attributes, creating formulas, nesting component parts, and assigning materials. He even shows how to add a dialog box to change attribute values from a user-friendly interface. The last half of the course contains a collection of mini-projects: from fences that automatically add pickets as you scale to cabinets with animated drawers. Each project can be recreated in the Windows or Mac versions of SketchUp Pro. Finally, Scott closes with some tips for scaling materials along with your dynamic components.IntermediateCreativeAEC, Visualization and Real-Time, Product and Manufacturing, Animation and Illustration
Mograph Techniques: Spline Dynamics with Cinema 4D1 hour(s) 13 minute(s) Spline dynamics in CINEMA 4D provide a great way to add physics to splines to create hair, rope, cable, or string-like effects. This course shows how to use C4D's Dynamics module to create energetic animation and motion graphics with realistic motion and elasticity—perfect for bumpers or TV commercials. Learn how to use the spline dynamics tag to make objects react like they would to real-world physics, use constraints to connect splines to other objects, and create realistic tension with springs. EJ also shows how to animate and render your composite and polish the final footage in After Effects.IntermediateCreativeMotion Graphics and VFX
Photography Foundations: Composition5 hour(s) 29 minute(s) Composition can make an interesting subject bland or make an ordinary subject appear beautiful. In this course, photographer and author Ben Long explores the concepts of composition, from basics such as the rule of thirds to more advanced topics such as the way the eye travels through a photo. The course addresses how the camera differs from the eye and introduces composition fundamentals, such as balance and point of view. Ben also examines the importance of geometry, light, and color in composition, and looks at how composition can be improved with a variety of post-production techniques. Interspersed throughout the course are workshop sessions that capture the creative energy of a group of photography students; shooting assignments and exercises; and analyses of the work of photographers Paul Taggart and Connie Imboden.BeginnerCreativePhotography
The Benefits of Standardization and Standard Work2 hour(s) 12 minute(s) Standard work is one of the principles within the lean management body of knowledge that can cause the most confusion, but it is critical to long-term continuous improvement success. Standard work is the practice of setting, communicating, following, and improving standards. It can apply to any type of activity—no matter if you produce widgets in a factory or do so-called creative work in an office environment. This course explores the three steps of the standardization cycle, the benefits of standardization, and the four types of standard work that apply to any type of work or industry. Plus, learn why continuous improvement is such an important part of the standardization process. This course was created by Gemba Academy, a leading provider of lean and Six Sigma training. We are pleased to offer this training in our library.BeginnerBusinessLeadership and Management
Maya: Advanced Materials2 hour(s) 25 minute(s) Using simple Maya shaders in advanced ways can help you create more realistic and interesting materials for your 3D models. Watch this Maya training course to learn how to create and control advanced materials (including mental ray materials) in Maya. Andy Beane includes two methods for creating advanced Maya materials. He starts with smaller, easier materials that can be composited together. He then shows how to combine these same materials in an all-in-one-method for rendering, and evaluate the pros and cons of both techniques. Chapter 3 demonstrates the subsurface scattering (SSS) material in mental ray, which will strengthen your material toolbox, and shows how to composite the results in After Effects.AdvancedCreativeVisualization and Real-Time, Animation and Illustration
Learning Documentary Video: 1 Planning and Pre-production1 hour(s) 38 minute(s) Watch the making of a documentary, from concept to creation. In this first course of a three-course series, instructor Ashley Kennedy introduces her documentary idea, and explains how to develop an idea into a proper story structure containing substance and style. Ashley then goes into the processes of researching, pre-production planning, and forming a crew. She covers how to take the information you've gathered and use it to get your materials and resources ready for production. Then you'll be ready to proceed to the second course where she takes you along as she actually directs the documentary.CreativeVideo
Social Media Video Strategy: Weekly Bites2 hour(s) 7 minute(s) In the social media sphere, videos offer professionals a uniquely powerful way to grab attention, define their brand, and capture genuine human emotion in the process. Looking to create your own video content for social media? In this weekly series, Ashley Kennedy shows you how to get started. Ashley steps through how to understand your audience, craft compelling content, and post it at the right time (and on the right platforms). Discover how to properly use video in content marketing, determine the right length for your videos, repurpose content, and more. Tune in every Thursday for a new tip. Note: Because this is an ongoing series, viewers will not receive a certificate of completion.BeginnerCreativeVideo
Dreamweaver CC 2015: Responsive Design with Bootstrap2 hour(s) 10 minute(s) Bootstrap—the popular HTML, CSS, and JavaScript framework for building responsive mobile-first websites—has been fully integrated into Dreamweaver CC 2015. The combo puts responsive web design within reach of all Creative Cloud members. This project-based course will show you how to define a Bootstrap layout grid in Dreamweaver, and build a responsive webpage using Bootstrap components and Dreamweaver's column tools. Author David Powers also shows how to add a hero image to your front page, create placeholder content with the text editor Emmet, and go straight to the DOM to move page elements around, avoiding the need to restructure the HTML.BeginnerCreativeWeb Design
B2B Marketing Foundations: Pricing Strategies0 hour(s) 45 minute(s) Pricing is one of the most challenging aspects of marketing, especially when marketing to organizations versus everyday consumers. In the business-to-business (B2B) world, buyers demand more value and they expect to be able to negotiate price. Your pricing strategy has to be adjusted accordingly. Learn how to set and communicate prices for B2B products and services in this course with marketing expert Drew Boyd. Drew explains how to think about price when it comes to B2B business transactions-and understand the important relationship between cost, price, and value. He also shows how to define value, identify stakeholders, and link pricing to your overall marketing strategy. Plus, learn to use tools such as the value ladder and pricing tiers to gain leverage in price negotiations.IntermediateBusinessMarketing
Revit: AR and VR Workflows1 hour(s) 37 minute(s) Getting consistent results in virtual reality meanskeeping best practices in mind all the way through the development process. In this course, learn why virtual reality and augmented reality are good for business; which tools to use when incorporating immersive technology in your architecture, engineering, or construction practice; and how to create files in Revit that translate through to VR with predictable outcomes. As he shares how to effectively incorporate VR and AR into your practice, instructor Logan Smith details best practices for using your Revit model with VR and AR. Learn how to leverage tools such as Enscape and the Umbra mobile app, how to efficiently create and populate materials in a project, and how to leverage 3D shortcuts to work faster and smarter in Revit.IntermediateCreativeVisualization and Real-Time, Product and Manufacturing, AEC
360-Degree Feedback0 hour(s) 31 minute(s) An organization's talent is vital to its success. As a result, it's crucial that companies provide their employees with the support they need to grow professionally. When managers and HR professionals ensure that their employees receive meaningful feedback from a variety of sources, they can help to spark positive change within their organization. In this course, learn the value of 360-degree feedback, and how to select and use a reliable 360-degree instrument in order to get reliable information on the behaviors and performance of your employees. Leadership expert Sara Canaday explains how to implement a feedback program, shares best practices in feedback delivery, shows how to help your team members make the most of the feedback they receive, and more.IntermediateBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Leadership and Management, Human Resources
Advanced iOS App Development: Core Motion2 hour(s) 20 minute(s) Want to add motion detection and reporting to your iOS apps? Core Motion is the framework you need to master. Core Motion allows you to access data generated by the accelerometers, gyroscopes, pedometers, magnetometers, and barometers on an iOS device—data that's integral to activity tracking, health and fitness monitoring, interactive gaming, IoT programming, UI gestures, and more. This course introduces Core Motion methods, data, measurements, and its basic underlying physics, before diving into creating a sample pedometer application and a simple game. Learn how to capture device motion such as acceleration, use the altimeter and magnetometer sensors, push and pull data, and access historical recorded data.AdvancedTechnologyMobile Development
Creating Presets, LUTs, and Profiles for Photography2 hour(s) 5 minute(s) Are you looking to save time and unlock new creative options in your photo editing workflow? Learn how to build custom presets, LUTs, and profiles in popular photo editing applications such as Photoshop, Lightroom, Camera Raw, Capture One, and Nik. Instructor Rich Harrington shows how to save your favorite adjustments as presets so you can use them again and again. Then he shows how to create lookup tables (LUTs) to make consistent, creative color adjustments. Finally, explore advanced options for creating lens correction profiles for any lens and camera combination, and use DNG camera profiles to calibrate your software. Once built, your new presets, LUTs, and profiles will become go-to tools, saving valuable time and providing a one-click, signature look for your photographs.IntermediateCreativePhotography
Android Development Essential Training: Create Your First App with Java2 hour(s) 39 minute(s) Explore the world of Android app development. This training course prepares you to create your very first Android app—helping you understand the technologies at work and prepare your computer for development and testing. Learn how to configure Android Studio, the Android SDK, and emulator software, and study the different files in a typical Android app: build scripts, the app manifest file, permissions tags, and icons. Finally, learn how an app is built from the bottom up, with screens, activities, and layouts. David Gassner shows how to define the visual presentation with XML and widgets, and control the logic with Java code. This simple overview is designed to provide you with everything you need to know to understand the Android development process. Later courses in the Essentials series concentrate on the specific skills you need to master.BeginnerTechnologyMobile Development
Photoshop CS 5: Filtros8 hour(s) 59 minute(s) Los filtros en Photoshop forman parte esencial de nuestro trabajo cuando queremos usar creatividad en las imágenes. Si conocemos el funcionamiento de cada filtro, podemos aplicar de forma consciente el adecuado en cada momento o combinarlos para crear efectos impresionantes. Aprende a usar los filtros de Adobe Photoshop de manera lógica y consciente con este curso video2brain.
Financial Accounting Part 13 hour(s) 29 minute(s) Anyone who needs to interpret financial statements or communicate financial results needs a solid understanding of financial accounting. This comprehensive, self-contained training course is designed to give business professionals—including managers, analysts, and entrepreneurs—the confidence they need to use financial data to drive strategic decision-making. Professors Jim Stice and Earl Kay Stice use actual reports from real-world companies like Microsoft and Walmart to drive home ideas such as the difference between net income and cash flow and why the credits and debits system is so important to everyday accounting. They help you understand assets and liabilities; interpret balance sheets, income statements, and statement of cash flows; evaluate and adjust journal entries; and prepare your own financial statements. This is an MBA-level course, layered with case studies and insights that will help you bridge the gap between the academics of accounting and its real-world application. Stay tuned for Part 2 of the training series, which covers ratio analysis, forecasting, and business valuation.BeginnerBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Finance and Accounting, Small Business and Entrepreneurship
Photoshop-Illustrator-InDesign Powercombo for Design2 hour(s) 30 minute(s) Explore ways to use Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, and Adobe InDesign as a powerhouse combination to save time, simplify workflow, and create impressive work. Discover the value and benefits of using native file formats in each application to make round-tripping easy, and learn how you can speed up production workflows using techniques involving nesting, snippets, layers, comps, and more. This course also covers importing and exporting, file placement, working with artboards, embedding files, linking files, and sharing between applications.IntermediateCreativeGraphic Design
Building a Better To-Do List0 hour(s) 50 minute(s) The key to enhancing your productivity is to build to-do lists that actually work. In this course, learn a new approach to creating to-do lists, find out how to better prioritize tasks, and discover proven day-to-day workflows to put into practice immediately. Join productivity expert Mike Vardy as he shares the anatomy of a to do, revealing what goes on a list and what doesn't go on a list. Mike also explains how to gauge your progress and how to create a process that keeps your attention. Plus, explore popular to-do list apps—and learn how to eliminate apps altogether and embrace paper. This course was created by Madecraft. We are pleased to host this content in our library.BeginnerBusinessProfessional Development
Improving Your Memory1 hour(s) 29 minute(s) Memory is not a finite resource, and with techniques like repetition, association, and visualization, you can improve your memory before it starts to fade. This fascinating course shows viewers of all ages how to improve their recall. It explains how and when to employ tricks such as mnemonic devices, rhymes, stories, and alliteration. And it explains the best methods for different situations, like remembering names, important dates, passwords, to-do lists, quotes, and more. These techniques will prove invaluable, whether you're memorizing facts for a test at school, points for a work presentation, or trivia to impress your friends.BusinessBusiness Software and Tools
Networking for Sales Professionals0 hour(s) 55 minute(s) Referrals and relationships are at the core of sales. They can be the difference between winning and losing a deal. That's why growing your network is so critical to your career as a sales professional. Networking can feel overwhelming, or even sleazy, but this course will teach you how to make the most of your time, energy, and effort. Join Robbie Kellman Baxter as she explains how to build and nurture your network. Find out about the seven types of people you need to know, the body language and mindset to attract connections, and specific tactics that really work. Plus, get tips on which events to attend, learn how to ask for referrals, and find out how to bridge the gap between professional networks and personal friends.BeginnerBusinessSmall Business and Entrepreneurship, Sales, Business Analysis and Strategy, Leadership and Management, Finance and Accounting
Pro Tools 2019 Essential Training: 110 - Advanced Techniques5 hour(s) 7 minute(s) Learn next-level techniques to improve your skill and efficiency with Pro Tools. Frank Cook, author of Pro Tools 101, has designed this course in collaboration with Avid. He shares advanced tips and tricks that can improve your productivity, maximize your creativity, and elevate your sound. Frank starts by customizing the Pro Tools interface to meet the needs of a professional sound engineer: adjusting the input and output settings, adding extra tracks, and optimizing the display. He quickly moves into importing media and recording audio, including multiple takes and loops. Next, he explains how to work with MIDI and virtual instruments, including editing individual notes with the smart Pencil tool. He then shows how to warp sound with the Elastic Audio tool and fine-tune a performance. Then learn advanced editing and media-management techniques such as looping and exporting clips. He wraps up the course by demonstrating basic and advanced mixing techniques and effects automation and finishes off the sample project by bouncing down a final mix.IntermediateCreativeAudio and Music
Stay Lean with Kanban1 hour(s) 2 minute(s) In many ways Kanban is counterintuitive. The system relies on basic rules and practices, and these rules can help you start a large-scale organizational change. The kanban board might only appear to be a simple diagram that shows the team's workflow. But it can help build cross-functional self-organized teams, encourage better collaboration, and increase your team's productivity. Kanban is a key way to introduce lean principles in your organization. Lean can help your teams better prioritize their work and continuously improve by removing the waste or "muda" from your process. In this course, explore essential lean principles and discover how to use a kanban board to help your team prioritize more effectively. Learn about starting enterprise lean, setting up a board, optimizing your flow, and more.BeginnerBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Business Analysis and Strategy, Project Management
Try .NET First Look0 hour(s) 27 minute(s) Wish you could give learners a more hands-on experience with .NET as they peruse your documentation on the web? With Try .NET, an embeddable code runner from Microsoft, you can. Using this tool, you can bring the concepts in your articles to life by allowing your readers to try out .NET code in the browser. In this concise course, learn how to get up and running with Try .NET. Instructor Walt Ritscher provides a first look at this powerful tool as he steps through a project, showing you how to add sample code and Markdown to create interactive code examples for .NET documentation.AdvancedTechnologyWeb Development, Software Development
SketchUp: Modeling Exteriors from Photos2 hour(s) 47 minute(s) This course takes you step-by-step through how to use SketchUp to create a texture-mapped 3D model of building exteriors using photos. Learn how to leverage photo-matching features to enhance and evolve a model from several vantage points. Scott Onstott demonstrates how to rough in building volumes and roof slopes, handle complex roof scenarios, adjust the model to match perspectives, work with textures, use a library of materials and more.BeginnerCreativeVisualization and Real-Time, Product and Manufacturing, AEC
Azure App Configuration1 hour(s) 7 minute(s) Azure App Configuration introduces a much-needed paradigm shift in how applications are configured. It offers a secure, remotely hosted service that has the potential to eliminate local app settings—which have been a part of the .NET Framework since its infancy. In this course, Robby "Sap" Millsap delves into this exciting new service, highlighting how to leverage it in your organization. Sap kicks off the course by explaining why you might want to centralize your application settings in the first place. He then highlights the key benefits of App Configuration and demonstrates how to use the product from the portal, as well as import configurations. Next, Sap dives into the code and steps through how to replace a standard app configuration from an ASP.NET Core web application with Azure App Configuration middleware. He also looks at how to integrate the service into your CI/CD pipelines in Azure DevOps, as well as how to use PowerShell with App Configuration.AdvancedTechnologyCloud Computing
Proven Tips for Managing Your Time0 hour(s) 16 minute(s) Every minute counts when you’re on the clock. Learn how to make the most of your time at work and get more done. In this short course, coach Todd Dewett shares time management tips that help everyone from busy executives to brand-new employees get more productivity out of the busy work day. Learn how to embrace the 80/20 rule, find your "Einstein" window, and broadcast your availability. Todd also explains how to scrutinize your workload to make sure you’re spending time on tasks that matter. These concise tips provide simple ways to transform your entire schedule, enabling better focus, clarity, and productivity throughout your day.BeginnerBusinessProfessional Development
Sustainability Strategies0 hour(s) 56 minute(s) A changing climate compels us to change the way we do business. Incorporating sustainability into your business can help your bottom line and build your company's brand. This course shows how to adopt smart sustainability practices to drive financial performance, attract and retain employees, and protect your company's license to operate. David Bennell outlines how to establish your reputation as a company focused on sustainability, manage supply chains more responsibly and effectively, create sustainable products and services, and reduce energy use, waste, toxic substances, and emissions. Last, he helps you figure out how to track key metrics, assess your company's carbon footprint, and improve your environmental, social, and governance (ESG) practices.IntermediateBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Business Analysis and Strategy, Leadership and Management, Project Management
Delivering Employee Feedback0 hour(s) 27 minute(s) As a manager, you’re charged with helping your employees stretch and grow their skills. This is largely accomplished via the feedback you provide. In this course, learn how to create a culture driven by meaningful feedback and deliver coaching and suggestions to help employees move forward. Discover the characteristics of helpful feedback and learn about different feedback types, how to adequately prepare before delivering feedback, and how to refocus difficult employee reactions.BeginnerBusinessLeadership and Management
WordPress Themes: Customizing Themes with Genesis1 hour(s) 23 minute(s) Whether you're a novice or advanced developer, Genesis provides a foundation that takes WordPress to places you never thought it could go. The Genesis framework for WordPress is more than a mere WordPress theme; it's an underlying framework of immaculate code offering three important benefits: SEO optimization, security, and a huge selection of design options. In this course, learn how to work with the framework in order to customize child themes. Carrie Dils discusses key aspects of Genesis—including template files and action hooks and filters—to help familiarize you with the structure and components that make up this framework. With a solid understanding of how Genesis operates, you can modify nearly any child theme.BeginnerTechnologyWeb Development
Cybersecurity for IT Professionals2 hour(s) 27 minute(s) Protect your network from cyberattacks. In this course, Malcolm Shore shows how to use the latest tools to discourage and combat hackers, phishers, and snoops attempting to infiltrate your Windows and Linux systems. Learn what forms cyberattacks can take, as well as the two most common types of protection you can build into your system: antivirus protection and firewalls. Then, learn how to scan your network for suspicious files, detect intruders with Netcat, and identify vulnerabilities at the host level with Nessus scans. Malcolm also shows how to combat application-level threats and monitor packet-level activity on your network.BeginnerTechnologySecurity, Continuing Education (CEU)
Microsoft 365 Essential Training3 hour(s) 35 minute(s) Microsoft 365 is a bundled suite of SaaS applications and services that businesses can subscribe to. A more robust offering than the similarly named Office 365, Microsoft 365 offers Windows 10, Office 365, and Enterprise Mobility + Security, all packaged together. Once configured properly, this portfolio of products can enhance an enterprise's security and productivity and help them meet their compliance requirements. In this course, Andrew Bettany provides a thorough guide to all of the features, capabilities, and opportunities within Microsoft 365. He clearly unpacks each major topic and technology and offers demonstrations for key scenarios. Upon wrapping up this course, you'll grasp how to administrate Microsoft 365, as well as how the technology within the suite fits together.IntermediateTechnologyNetwork and System Administration
macOS Mojave Essential Training4 hour(s) 45 minute(s) Get the most out of macOS Mojave. In this comprehensive course, instructor Nick Brazzi shows Mac users the ins and outs of this powerful Apple operating system. Nick starts with the basics: installing and running the new OS, setting up system preferences and user accounts, and organizing the desktop. He then shows how to save files and find them again quickly, work with email and calendars, send instant messages, video chat, and use the core applications that come bundled with Mojave, including iTunes, Safari, QuickTime, Maps, and Notes. Looking for the latest apps? Nick also shows how to find and install new applications from the Apple Store. Plus, learn how to manage notifications, work with Siri, hand over files quickly using AirDrop, and much more.BeginnerBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Business Software and Tools
Substance Painter 2019 Essential Training3 hour(s) 48 minute(s) Substance Painter is the industry standard for 3D texture creation, especially for physically-based rendering (PBR). In this course, Wes McDermott takes a beginner's look at Substance Painter 2019, walking you through a basic project—texturing a real-world game asset from start to finish. He starts with creating a new project, importing the model, and using the integrated baking system. Next, Wes shows how to work with materials and layers and provides a primer on procedurals, the brush toolset, and time savers like symmetry, stencils, and cloning. Plus, learn how to use layer effects to create realistic wear. Wes wraps up by showing you how to create portfolio renders using Iray, the integrated path-tracing renderer in Substance Painter, and export textures for use in other applications.BeginnerCreativeVisualization and Real-Time, Animation and Illustration
Strategies for Emerging Markets1 hour(s) 25 minute(s) Emerging markets are growing at two to three times the pace of developed markets, and will likely account for over half of the global GDP by 2030. Any company that seeks growth has little choice but to develop a strategy for succeeding in these key markets. In this course, Anil Gupta and Haiyan Wang—world-renowned experts in globalization and entrepreneurship—help you design your strategies to expand into, and capture, the opportunities offered by the rise of emerging markets. Which emerging markets should you enter? How do you enter the targeted market? Do you partner with another company, or go it alone? How should you deal with the regulatory constraints that you might face? Anil and Haiyan address these questions, and more. They also outline some of the issues that arise once you have entered an emerging market, such as how to win out over local competitors, market to the bottom of the pyramid, and deal with the speed of fast-changing market dynamics.AdvancedBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Business Analysis and Strategy, Leadership and Management
Nuke Essential Training (2014)7 hour(s) 36 minute(s) Visual effects dominate at the box office, and Nuke is the compositing software that is used at high-end studios to create those mind-blowing effects. In this comprehensive course, digital compositing pioneer and Nuke authority Steve Wright introduces this complex and powerful tool to visual effects artists new to Nuke. Starting with an introduction to the unique node-based interface and progressing through techniques like color correction, keying, rotoscoping, and tracking, this course covers Nuke from top to bottom. This course was created by Steve Wright. We're honored to host this training in our library.BeginnerCreativeMotion Graphics and VFX, Video
Lessons in Enlightened Leadership0 hour(s) 56 minute(s) Great leaders care about more than just the bottom line. They achieve—or exceed—their goals by bringing humanity to their work. In this course, Carolyn Everson, the vice president of global marketing solutions at Facebook, delves into how (and why) adopting the core tenants of enlightened leadership can boost both your effectiveness and overall happiness. Carolyn shares lessons gleaned from her own experiences at Facebook and other top companies, including how to lead with greater transparency, build successful, diverse teams, find the right mentors, and lead as a woman in tech. Plus, learn about the importance of hiring people that are better than you; approaching sales interactions as an advisor, instead of just a salesperson; making generosity a business practice; and more. This course was created by genconnectU. We are pleased to offer this training in our library.IntermediateBusinessLeadership and Management
Process Improvement Foundations1 hour(s) 18 minute(s) The objective of management is to make improvements—not only to products and services but also to entire processes. The difficult thing is to know what needs improving, and then whether your interventions have made a positive difference. This course provides an overview of the basic tools used for process improvement, such as statistical process control, and how to use these tools to improve the three most critical aspects of your business process: time, quality, and cost. Chris Croft distills the best practices from process improvement frameworks such as Lean and Six Sigma, and combines them into lessons that will help take the core of what your business does, measure it, and do it better.BeginnerBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Professional Development, Business Analysis and Strategy, Project Management, Leadership and Management
Technical Recruiting1 hour(s) 5 minute(s) IT talent is in high demand. If you are a recruiter, focusing on this niche market can be very profitable—if you know what you're doing. Expert recruiter and trainer Barbara Bruno, CPC, CTS, explains the segments that comprise the technical recruiting niche, such as direct hires and contractors, and how you can best build your presence in this area of specialization. She provides advice on how to recruit top technical talent, understand what motivates them, validate their credentials, and build a network of qualified candidates. She also shares tips to effectively negotiate and close more deals. There's a shortage of top technical talent worldwide. The demand for qualified technical recruiters has never been higher. The strategies in this course will help you recruit technical talent faster and meet the ever-growing demands of hiring authorities.IntermediateBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Leadership and Management, Human Resources
JavaScript: Events2 hour(s) 11 minute(s) Learn about the different types of JavaScript events available to use in your applications, including traditional events like mouse, form, and window events, plus events that allow you to manage the DOM and HTML5 events that deal with media. Author Ray Villalobos shows how to propagate and register events during the capturing and bubbling phases, cancel an event or default behavior, and respond to clicks, mouse-overs, right-clicks, following the mouse, and loading images. Plus, Ray demos an audio jukebox project and a drag-and-drop game that shows JavaScript desktop and touch events in action.IntermediateTechnologyWeb Development
Canon Digital SLR: Tips, Tricks, & Techniques1 hour(s) 7 minute(s) You've been using your Canon digital SLR for a while—but are you using it efficiently? These cameras are packed with customization features that enable you to fine-tune the way they handle everything from focusing to exposure. In this course, photographer and educator Justin Reznick demonstrates a set of customizing strategies aimed at making a Canon DSLR far more responsive and effective. That way, you can focus on composition and artistic expression, and let your Canon handle the rest.AdvancedCreativePhotography
Novedades Dreamweaver CC 20171 hour(s) 29 minute(s) Descubre las novedades que ha creado Adobe para Dreamweaver CC y que lo convierten en una gran herramienta de desarrollo web, pensada tanto para trabajar de forma visual como para su uso para programadores. Gracias a esta actualización, Dreamweaver ofrece un sistema mejorado de testeo de los contenidos con comprobación en tiempo real los cambios que se van efectuando. Además dispone ahora de una nueva interfaz simplificada, más profesional y cómoda, y también incorpora mejoras pensadas para programadores, facilitando programar adoptando algunos estandares de otros IDEs de programación e incorporando herramientas pensadas para las tecnologías más actuales, como el sistema de compilación automática para los preprocesadores CSS.
Captivate 8: Advanced Techniques4 hour(s) 19 minute(s) Take your Captivate 8 elearning projects to the next level, with this set of advanced techniques. Pooja Jaisingh explores using variables, events, and actions to guide the learning flow. Then she shows how to take advantage of the program's advanced features, like geolocation, responsive animation and interactions, lightboxes, quizzes, and text to speech, to create more interactive content. All the techniques are guided by current best practices for elearning authoring, which are included in the final chapter along with some productivity tips.AdvancedBusinessTraining and Education
Personal Branding on Social Media0 hour(s) 37 minute(s) When it comes to social media, you need more than just a well-lit headshot and a witty tagline to cut through the noise. Professionals of all stripes—from amateur food bloggers to CEOs—need to craft a strong, authentic personal brand that’s consistent across multiple social media platforms. In this course, instructor Jennifer Jessie shows how to do just that, explaining how to create a profile that’s tailored to your ideal customer, craft compelling content, and target your audience on top social media platforms. Jennifer explains how to highlight your expertise without sounding like you’re boasting, determine how often to update your profiles, and track your progress. Plus, learn when to invest in ads, how to create a cross-platform plan for posting content, and more.BeginnerBusinessMarketing, Small Business and Entrepreneurship, Career Development
MySQL Essential Training2 hour(s) 3 minute(s) MySQL is one of the most popular database management systems for small- to medium-sized web projects. In this course, Bill Weinman provides clear, concise tutorials that guide you through creating and maintaining a MySQL database of your own. Bill explores the basic syntax, using SQL statements to insert, update, and delete data from your tables. He also covers creating a new database from scratch, as well as working with data types, operators, and string and mathematical functions. Plus, learn about the key differences between standard SQL and SQL as implemented by MySQL.IntermediateTechnologySoftware Development
Excel: Value Stream Mapping0 hour(s) 44 minute(s) Value stream mapping is a method for documenting business processes, allowing project managers and analysts to analyze the different states and identify areas of improvement. This course shows how to create value stream maps using Excel and PowerPoint. Learn how to document two real-world processes—a manufacturing process and a service process—by calculating measures for various subprocesses, such as process time, cycle time, process utilization, and information flow time, and visualize the results in PowerPoint or other tools. By the end of the course, you will have a basic understanding of value stream maps and be able to create them using these popular Office apps.IntermediateBusinessBusiness Software and Tools
Acrobat DC: Creating Forms1 hour(s) 50 minute(s) Learn how to take static PDF documents and turn them into interactive forms with Acrobat DC. Garrick Chow shows how to add a variety of interactive form fields—everything from text and check boxes to radio buttons and list boxes—and how to trigger actions with buttons. He also explores how to automate form creation with the Form Wizard, perform calculations, and work with signatures, including how to verify signatures on documents you receive. To wrap up, he covers how to distribute forms and use the data gathered from forms.IntermediateBusinessBusiness Software and Tools
OneNote 2016 Essential Training3 hour(s) 46 minute(s) Learn how to use OneNote 2016 to create, edit, and save notes and keep your information organized. Discover easy ways to create notes, add and format text, stay organized with tables, and share and password-protect your notebooks. Plus, learn how to integrate all sorts of content into notes, such as screen clippings, images, audio and video, and even Excel worksheets.BeginnerBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Business Software and Tools
Python: Advanced Design Patterns1 hour(s) 24 minute(s) Design patterns encourage clean programming. In this course, take a look at some advanced design patterns as applied to Python. Instructor Jungwoo Ryoo begins by looking at why-or why not-use design patterns in the first place. Jungwoo then steps through some design best practices, going over topics such as quality attributes and domain-specific patterns. He also introduces some practical design patterns described by the Gang of Four, including Command, Interpreter, and Memento. Plus, he helps you grasp how these patterns actually work at the code level by walking through sample scripts.AdvancedTechnologySoftware Development
Revit avanzado: Tablas2 hour(s) 29 minute(s) Descubre todas las posibilidades que existen en las tablas de Revit: desde las tablas de medición básicas hasta las más complejas. Aprende a usar formatos condicionales, fórmulas, nuevos parámetros, campos combinados, símbolos especiales e imágenes. Expande y mejora tus conocimientos sobre las posibilidades y limitaciones de tablas con archivos vinculados o parámetros compartidos. Conoce, de una forma práctica, cómo exportar tablas a Excel y cómo cambiar el aspecto de estas dentro de tus planos. Además, domina procesos clave de planificación como la organización del navegador para clasificar nuestras tablas y llevar así a tus planos a un nuevo nivel.
Revit Architecture 2016 Essential Training (Metric)11 hour(s) 58 minute(s) Take your Revit skills to the next level with Revit Architecture 2016. This course, recorded entirely in metric units, teaches you the techniques you need to complete solid architectural projects in Revit 2016. First, get comfortable with the Revit environment, and learn to set up a project and add the grids, levels, and dimensions that will anchor your design. Then author Paul F. Aubin helps you dive into modeling: adding walls, doors, and windows; creating and mirroring groups; linking to external assets and DWG files; and working with floors, roofs, and ceilings. Paul also shows advanced techniques for modeling stairs, complex walls, and partially obscured building elements, as well as adding rooms and solid geometry. Finally, discover how to annotate your drawing so all the components are perfectly understood, and learn how to output sheets to DWF, PDF, or AutoCAD.BeginnerCreativeAEC
Banish Your Inner Critic to Unleash Creativity1 hour(s) 2 minute(s) Imagine a world where you trusted your ideas and felt good about what you created. This world, where you can create more easily and more often, exists. Creativity evangelist Denise Jacobs is the founder and CEO of The Creative Dose, where she promotes techniques to unlock creativity and spark innovation in people, teams, and workplaces. In this course, Denise helps you silence the voice of self-doubt and start doing your best work now. Learn how to stop self-sabotage, kick-start idea generation, lose your fear of judgement, and build a fresh and improved mindset—the foundation for maximum unfettered creativity. By the end, you’ll have a roadmap of how to get unstuck, do your best work, and channel your creativity as a force for positive change in the world.Creative, BusinessGraphic Design, Professional Development, User Experience
Microsoft Certifications: Exams, Paths, Certifications, and Resources1 hour(s) 46 minute(s) For over 20 years, the Microsoft certification program has helped IT pros enhance their careers in technology. With a variety of different certification levels and types—including the new role-based paths related to Azure and Microsoft 365—it can be difficult to navigate between the options. In this course, instructor David Elfassy provides guidance around the new role-based certification paths offered by Microsoft, as well as some of the legacy MCSA (Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate) and MCSE (Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert) paths, including Mobility, Cloud Platform and Infrastructure, App Builder, and Data Management and Analytics. Explore the different question types, get some exam-taking tips, discover how performance-based questions will test your skills, learn about the best test preparation tools out there for Microsoft certification candidates, and more.TechnologyCloud Computing
Additive Manufacturing: Short Run Production1 hour(s) 0 minute(s) As an alternative to traditional manufacturing techniques such as injection molding, additive manufacturing becomes an attractive option at quantities up to 1,000 units or even more. It can also function as a backup for making bridge parts before the regular ones are available in a manufacturing plant. This course discusses some of the key advantages of additive manufacturing, including part number reduction and thus reduced assembly time; increased reliability; backup capability in case of a part shortage; and possibly lower tooling costs. Instructors Rich Cameron and Joan Horvath also review some of the real-world manufacturing use cases where additive is cost effective and suggest which materials (filament, liquid resin, or powder) might make the most sense for your company and product.IntermediateCreativeProduct and Manufacturing
Rewarding Employee Performance0 hour(s) 43 minute(s) As a manager, it's your job to make employees feel appreciated. And to properly reward employee performance, you need to consider a lot more than just money. In this course, HR expert Don Phin outlines the purpose and types of employee rewards, and then dives into specific approaches managers can take depending on the strategic needs they're supporting. Don explains how to use discretionary and nondiscretionary rewards to enhance work performance, as well as how to select the right reward for an individual or the team. He also discusses how to make sure employee incentives don't backfire, and how to think about rewards like a marketer so you get a good return on investment.BeginnerBusinessHuman Resources, Continuing Education (CEU), Leadership and Management
Security Testing Essential Training2 hour(s) 48 minute(s) To provide your organization with confidence, you need to perform testing to prove it's secure. However, not all security testing is the same. A risk assessment is not a vulnerability assessment; a penetration test won't measure compliance. For a successful career, a security analyst needs to have an understanding of the many different types of security testing and know when and how to implement them. This course provides the resources you need to set up a testing environment, plan assessments, identify targets, and begin executing security tests. Instructor Jerod Brennen also helps you analyze test results and draft a report of your findings. Plus, see popular testing frameworks tools in action, include Nmap, Nessus, Wireshark, Lynis, OWASP ZAP, Aircrack-ng, and hashcat, as run on a Kali Linux virtual machine. Note: This course aligns with the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) special publication on information security testing (SP 800-115).BeginnerTechnologySecurity
Recursos humanos estratégicos1 hour(s) 13 minute(s) La estrategia es el núcleo del entorno de competitividad. En este curso, revisaremos los principales elementos que debes tener en cuenta a la hora de desarrollar modelos de organización que causen una mayor agilidad y resistencia. Mediante una buena estructura de organización, así como en un continuo intercambio de buenas prácticas y acciones orientadas a la maximización del éxito, trataremos de dotar al interesado en Recursos Humanos de una mayor capacidad para cumplir los requisitos del negocio.
Agile Software Development: Extreme Programming1 hour(s) 2 minute(s) Agility is a necessity in modern software development. Extreme programming (XP) helps teams achieve agility, with higher quality, fewer bugs, and greater flexibility. XP uses ideas from other project management methodologies and takes them to an “extreme” level in order to achieve maximum impact. This course introduces the basic tenets of XP, for software developers, team leads, agile coaches, and others who want to start integrating XP at their organizations. Learn about the history, values, and mindset of XP, and dive into specifics such as user stories, release and iteration planning, test-driven development, pair programming, refactoring, and continuous integration. Each lesson helps you understand the core concepts of XP, so you can start building it into the foundation of your development cycle.IntermediateTechnologyDevOps
Business Analysis Foundations: Competencies1 hour(s) 26 minute(s) Excellence in business analysis requires the mastery of a diverse set of skills. In addition to possessing a variety of analysis skills, business analysts must be great creative thinkers, facilitators of decisions, conflict managers, relationship builders, communicators and facilitators, process and data analysts, and more. If you're currently a business analyst, interested in taking on a business analyst position—or just curious about what the job entails—this course can help you understand the competencies that modern business analysts need to be successful in their role. As instructor Angela Wick dives into each of these competencies, she offers practical examples that illustrate why the highlighted skills are so crucial.BeginnerBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Business Analysis and Strategy, Project Management
Adobe Animate esencial5 hour(s) 57 minute(s) Adobe Animate 2019 es, sin duda, la herramienta más potente de animación, pero es mucho más, ya que también permite crear contenidos en una gran variedad de formatos: animación para vídeo, ilustración vectorial, animación e interactividad HTML5, contenidos webGL y 3D, e incluso contenidos para realidad virtual. En este curso, vamos a aprender a manejar Adobe Animate. Aprenderemos a dibujar y animar nuestros contenidos con distintas técnicas de interpolación: interpolación clásica, animación basada en mallas de deformación y el uso de esqueletos. También aprenderemos a integrar vídeo y audio en los contenidos de Animate y a publicarlos en los diferentes formatos posibles. Todo aquel que quiera crear sus propias animaciones debe conocer Animate, y en este curso aprenderá a usarlo en profundidad.
Enhancing Resilience0 hour(s) 53 minute(s) Resilience is one of the most common traits of successful, happy people. Developing your resilience will not only help you to cope with challenging situations, but it can help you reach peak performance and enhance satisfaction, both in your personal and professional life. Learn how to get an edge at work and build your ability to thrive in the midst of obstacles, changes, and setbacks, by investing in the six pillars of resilience. Executive coach and author Gemma Leigh Roberts shows how to create a proactive plan to build your resilience, maintain it in the face of challenges, and track your progress over time.BusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Professional Development, Leadership and Management
How to Analyze a Wholesale Deal in Real Estate1 hour(s) 12 minute(s) Discover how to evaluate a real estate wholesaling deal—that is, a deal in which you put property under contract and then resell it to other investors. In this course, instructor Symon He shows beginners with little (or no) real estate experience how to calculate and interpret the most important numbers when analyzing wholesaling deals. Symon covers a variety of topics, including how to leverage techniques like the 70% rule and the fixed costs method and use a custom-built wholesaling calculator to analyze deals. Plus, he shares tips for making a persuasive pitch to potential investor buyers.BeginnerBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Finance and Accounting
Premiere Pro Guru: Essential Keyboard Shortcuts1 hour(s) 18 minute(s) Most professionals agree that one way to become more efficient with an video-editing program is to learn and use keyboard shortcuts. Adobe Premiere Pro is no exception to this rule, with a wide range of keyboard shortcuts that can speed up many tasks and workflows. Plus, you can customize Premiere Pro's shortcuts to improve efficiency further, based on your personal preferences. Join Jason Osder, as he introduces his favorite shortcuts and strategies for implementing them in your editing workflow.BeginnerCreativeVideo
Create Interfaces with FXML and JavaFX1 hour(s) 12 minute(s) FXML is an XML-based language that, in conjunction with the JavaFX framework, allows developers to build user interfaces separate from the application logic. FXML is ideal for rapid prototyping and other scenarios where you need to change the interface without affecting the underlying code. Understand how FXML relates to JavaFX and MVC development, and the benefits of incorporating FXML into your workflow, in this introductory course with staff instructor Peggy Fisher. Learn how to structure basic FXML files, add UI components, react to events, define controllers, and fill out the controller file with methods and FXCollections. Take the challenge exercises issued along the way to test your knowledge and put FXML to practical use.IntermediateTechnologySoftware Development
Python for Data Visualization1 hour(s) 21 minute(s) Data visualization is incredibly important for data scientists, as it helps them communicate their insights to nontechnical peers. But you don’t need to be a design pro. Python is a popular, easy-to-use programming language that offers a number of libraries specifically built for data visualization. In this course from the experts at Madecraft, you can learn how to build accurate, engaging, and easy-to-generate charts and graphs using Python. Explore the pandas and Matplotlib libraries, and then discover how to load and clean data sets and create simple and advanced plots, including heatmaps, histograms, and subplots. Instructor Michael Galarnyk provides all the instruction you need to create professional data visualizations through programming. This course was created by Madecraft. We are pleased to host this content in our library.IntermediateBusiness, TechnologyBusiness Analysis and Strategy, Business Software and Tools, Data Science
Articulate 360: First Look0 hour(s) 31 minute(s) Get the most out of your Articulate 360 subscription. Learn about the new features of Articulate Storyline, Rise, and Review—elearning authoring and feedback tools that help you create more engaging content more efficiently. David Anderson demonstrates enhancements such as the responsive player, course completion trigger, and built-in closed captioning and translation editors and discusses how they can impact the creation of elearning through Articulate 360. Articulate 360 is now being updated throughout the year, so check back when new features are added for more training.BeginnerBusinessTraining and Education
CCNP Routing (300-101) Cert Prep: 2 Internet Connectivity1 hour(s) 5 minute(s) Earning the Cisco CCNP Routing and Switching certification indicates that you have the skills needed to plan, verify, and troubleshoot enterprise networks. In this course, instructor Greg Sowell prepares you for exam 300-101 ROUTE, Implementing Cisco IP Routing—a qualifying exam for the CCNP Routing and Switching certification—by reviewing essential internet connectivity concepts that are covered on the exam. Greg covers how to configure a Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) client and discusses how Port Address Translation (PAT) is utilized to allow many internal clients to NAT to a single IP address. He also goes over internet routing, discussing iBGP and eBGP concepts.AdvancedTechnologyNetwork and System Administration
Review and Manage the SAP MRP List0 hour(s) 23 minute(s) The material requirements planning (MRP) list is a key information source for anyone involved in inventory control and manufacturing. This course is focused on review and management of the MRP lists in SAP in order to identify and resolve issues coming out of the planning run. Learn how to access and navigate the MRP lists, decipher the MRP exception messages and traffic lights, and resolve exceptions found in your planning run. Plus, see a demo of the techniques in action. This course was created by Michael Management. We are pleased to offer this training in our library.IntermediateTechnology, BusinessData Science, Business Analysis and Strategy
Human Resources: Managing Employee Problems1 hour(s) 27 minute(s) Every company has people problems. Managing them is one of the core responsibilities for human resources. So how should an HR professional approach the inevitable conflicts that can arise in the workplace? In this course, JoAnn Corley explains the role of an administrator—enforcing policy and legal rules—as well as the need and role of an advisor—coaching and viewing problems as opportunities for growth. First, get an overview of the most common employee problems and why they can present a legal risk to your company. Then learn why, as with most HR functions, problem management starts by putting a good process in place. Discover the importance of training and documentation, and find out how to circle back to the employee handbook when problems occur. JoAnn also explains how to move from the administrator to the advisor mindset by having conversations with employees and partnering with their managers to move situations forward. She shares real-life scenarios that allow you to see how to handle problems in practice, and possibly even anticipate problems before they happen.IntermediateBusinessProfessional Development, Leadership and Management
SharePoint 365: Advanced Workflows with Nintex1 hour(s) 21 minute(s) Do you need advanced forms that can accept, calculate, and validate user input? Nintex Forms for Office 365, the drag-and-drop forms designer, makes it easy to create complex forms for SharePoint and other Office applications. In this course, Tiffany Songvilay walks through adding business logic to forms using this powerful plugin. Learn how to format forms, write formulas, set up custom variables and controls, use validation rules, and leverage the responsive form layout. Tiffany reveals how to change the behavior of existing buttons, cascade lookup formulas, and even export the form for use elsewhere. You don't need to be a developer to benefit from these techniques. Follow along to start building your own interactive forms for SharePoint.IntermediateBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Business Software and Tools
Photoshop CC práctico: Póster fantástico1 hour(s) 41 minute(s) En este curso crearás un fotomontaje de alto impacto visual, que remite a las imágenes utilizadas en los pósters de las películas de acción fantástica. Unas cuantas imágenes, capas, máscaras, modos de fusión y algunos comandos, serán suficientes para recrear la atmósfera y la dinámica tan características en las imágenes de acción utilizadas como posters de la industria cinematográfica y publicitaria.
Novedades Photoshop CS63 hour(s) 3 minute(s) Ha llegado Photoshop CS6, una versión cargada de novedades para todos: renovada línea de tiempo para edición de video, herramientas 3D consolidadas, efectos de desenfoque e iluminación a pantalla completa, un performance totalmente optimizado, nuevos paneles y herramientas, más y mejores puntas de pinceles… y solo por mencionar algunas de las características nuevas que conocerás con este curso video2brain.
Revit for Interior Architecture6 hour(s) 5 minute(s) Autodesk Revit boasts powerful tools that allow you to efficiently plan and manage your projects, and visualize your designs. In this course, discover how to use Revit during the interior design process. Instructor Brian Myers demonstrates how to organize your project browser, assign finishes to rooms, and create new materials and custom wall types. He also shows how to model Revit families; create furniture such as tables and sofas; create a casework family; create, view, and finalize design options; and more.IntermediateCreativeAEC
Google Analytics Essential Training2 hour(s) 36 minute(s) Google Analytics is the industry standard for web analytics. This powerful tool provides the means to track, analyze, and report on site visits, marketing goals, and ad revenue generated from your site. This course explains how to use Google Analytics to better understand who your digital customers are, how they found your website, and how they engage with your site once they get there. This course covers the platform's out-of-the-box functionality, from account creation to reporting fundamentals. Instructor Corey Koberg explains how to glean insights from the vast array of data available: from averages and segments to trends and context.BeginnerBusinessMarketing
iZotope RX 4: Repairing and Enhancing Audio3 hour(s) 38 minute(s) Explore the noise reduction and audio restoration possibilities—for both music and post production—in iZotope RX 4 and RX 4 Advanced. Author Scott Hirsch covers all of the best and latest features of RX 4, demonstrating techniques for fixing audio problems in a variety of situations. He'll show how to reduce noise, connect with a DAW such as Pro Tools or Logic Pro, and use advanced features such as EQ Match, Ambience Match, and the utility modules for resampling, retiming, and pitching audio.IntermediateCreativeAudio and Music, Video
macOS Sierra esencial3 hour(s) 3 minute(s) En este curso nos vamos a centrar en cómo sacar todo el provecho al sistema operativo macOS Sierra, configurándolo adecuadamente para que vaya más rápido y sea mejor. Nos centraremos en tareas habituales como la gestión de aplicaciones y actualizaciones, ajustes específicos para que tu Mac se adapte mejor a tus necesidades, Internet vaya más rápido, la gestión de archivos sea mucho más limpia y transparente o encuentres las cosas más fácilmente. Da igual si eres fotógrafo, diseñador web, o programas aplicaciones, o el nivel de experiencia que tengas con el sistema operativo de Apple. Este curso te ayudará a sacarle más partido y un mayor rendimiento a tu Mac.
Python for Students1 hour(s) 8 minute(s) There is no better time to learn Python than when you are young. Python is a powerful language for automation, game development, and web programming, and a great choice if you’re just starting to learn how to write code. The skills you learn in Python can translate C++, Ruby, and JavaScript. In this course—designed specifically for high-school and college-age students—you can learn how to use Python at an introductory level. Explore variables and functions, calculations, if-else statements, loops, and lists, and then build a complete Python project. Plus, find out where to go to learn more and how to join the Python community. This course was created by Madecraft. We are pleased to host this content in our library.BeginnerTechnologyData Science
Employee Engagement1 hour(s) 23 minute(s) In this course, strategic HR expert and author Don Phin explains what employee engagement is, what engaged work and leadership look like, and how to bring these qualities to your organization. Don shares tested and proven techniques for how to attract, hire, and retain engaged employees. He explains how to keep that engagement growing through feedback, compensation, and other methods so that your most valuable people remain at your company. He also explains how you can measure and evaluate your engagement efforts.AdvancedBusinessHuman Resources, Continuing Education (CEU), Leadership and Management
Modeling a Staircase with AutoCAD0 hour(s) 54 minute(s) This project-based AutoCAD course is perfect for flexing your 3D modeling skills. Learn to master a wide variety of AutoCAD's 3D tools while modeling a complex spiral staircase. Author Kacie Hultgren shows how to extrude 3D steps from a 2D layout, draw on faces, create chamfered edges, and build out the complete staircase from 3D blocks, primitives, and sweeps. The course covers multiple approaches to the same tasks, so you can tailor the techniques to your own workflow.IntermediateCreativeAEC, Visualization and Real-Time, Product and Manufacturing, Animation and Illustration
Salesforce Lightning Essentials: First Look0 hour(s) 14 minute(s) Salesforce Lightning Essentials is the newest Salesforce product for small to medium businesses. Chris Mattia answers the most pressing questions that sales managers and business owners have about Salesforce Lightning Essentials: what it is, who it's for, how it's accessed, and how you get started. Get the answers you need—in plain English, without jargon or marketing spin.BeginnerBusinessBusiness Software and Tools, Customer Service, Sales
SOLIDWORKS 2017 New Features0 hour(s) 50 minute(s) SOLIDWORKS keeps evolving every year. The 2017 version concentrates on speed and efficiency—features and enhancements that help you do the same great design work that much more quickly. Get up to speed quickly with SOLIDWORKS 2017 and unlock the benefits of the latest version of the software. Learn about sketching improvements, transparent views, magnetic mates, bidirectional circular patterns, treehouse improvements, variable chamfers, the Advanced Hole Wizard, and more. Instructor Gabriel Corbett gets you up and running with these new features so you can maximize the time you spend designing with the program, not struggling with it.BeginnerCreativeProduct and Manufacturing
After Effects and mocha AE: Screen Replacement1 hour(s) 40 minute(s) One of the most common visual effects tasks is to replace an image or video in a shot with another—be it a computer screen, a picture on a wall, a bumper sticker on a car, etc. This project-oriented course walks you through the major steps of replacing screens in After Effects, including tracking a screen in mocha AE, matching the new display to the depth-of-field blur and lighting of the original shot, and then cutting out a hand obscuring the screen using the Roto Brush and Refine Edge. A bonus movie at the end of the course discusses alternative approaches, including a demonstration of using reversible stabilization in Warp Stabilizer VFX for the tracking portion of the shot. This course was created and produced by Chris and Trish Meyer. We're honored to host this content in our library.IntermediateCreativeMotion Graphics and VFX
Using Wacom Tablets with Photoshop0 hour(s) 47 minute(s) If you're serious about digital illustration, there's a good chance you use a Wacom tablet. But are you getting the most out of your tools? In this course, Adobe Certified Instructor Kevin Stohlmeyer shows how to optimize your Wacom tablet for use with Photoshop. He reviews each component of the tablet and Grip Pen and shows how to adjust preferences and customize your tablet to work best with Photoshop. Plus, he helps you experiment with Photoshop's default brushes, natural tips brushes, erodible brushes, and Mixer Brush.IntermediateCreativePhotography
Data Rights Foundations0 hour(s) 35 minute(s) The main driver of the technological revolution isn’t artificial intelligence or machine learning. It’s data: data about people like us. So what rights do you have to your own data? What responsibilities do businesses and other institutions have in protecting and respecting those rights? This course helps everyone from laypersons to data science and business professionals understand and move forward in one of the most important issues of our time: In a world driven by data, who owns this valuable resource? Analyst Martin Kemka, a specialist in machine learning and applied AI, helps you understand your rights and how to protect them. He also helps those who work with data understand their responsibilities, including the global policies guiding AI research and applications.TechnologyData Science
Desarrollo para Android: Cliente de Twitter1 hour(s) 57 minute(s) Android es el sistema operativo para dispositivos móviles presente en más de un 50% de los terminales a nivel mundial, y diferentes compañías (como Amazon en su lector electrónico Kindle) utilizan Android como sistema operativo base. En este curso video2brain, eminentemente práctico, aprenderás a crear un cliente de Twitter para Android, viendo cuáles son las opciones de almacenamiento de datos y las mejores técnicas. Aprenderás cómo realizar conexiones con un servidor y cuáles son las mejores técnicas para una conexión eficiente. Para finalizar verás cómo generar tu APK y cómo publicar tu app terminada en Google Play para su distribución.
Consulting Foundations: The Concept of Value0 hour(s) 37 minute(s) Value is the new buzzword in consulting—and for good reason. People buy value, not just products and services. Consultants who maximize the value created for their clients can command a pricing premium and deliver better results. This course teaches consultants what value is, and how to identify and communicate the value they provide to the people they serve. Author, CEO, and coach Robbie Baxter shows how to connect value to your pricing—whether it's for accounting or design services—and handle challenges, from avoiding being seen as a commodity to moving beyond an hourly role. She also provides questions and frameworks to pinpoint your unique value and move to a pricing strategy that better reflects your worth.IntermediateBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Business Analysis and Strategy, Leadership and Management, Professional Development
Fundamentos de Lean Six Sigma1 hour(s) 6 minute(s) Lean Six Sigma combina los principios de Lean Enterprise y Lean Manufacturing con Six Sigma para mejorar el rendimiento y eliminar los despilfarros de manera sistemática. El experto en la cadena logística y profesor Steven Brown explica lo que tienes que saber para poner en práctica Lean Six Sigma como una estructura con la que buscar mejoras. Steven describe las fases del proceso Six Sigma (Definición, Medición, Análisis, Mejoras y Control), junto con los recursos Lean: el principio de las cinco eses, kanban (la planificación), los tiempos de inactividad, poka-yoke (la comprobación de errores) y kaizen (la mejora continua). También explica cómo funciona el liderazgo dentro de Lean Six Sigma, los principios de la ejecución de proyectos y cómo se aplica Lean Six Sigma al sector servicios y a la gestión de la cadena de suministros. En el video de Próximos pasos, encontrarás más recursos.
Unity: Programmatic UI1 hour(s) 51 minute(s) Unity allows for the creation of dynamic, modern user interfaces, where items are generated and displayed based on player actions. This responsiveness makes your games more interesting and easier to create and play, since menus and displays won't clutter up the screen when they're not in use and a single element can be reused for multiple situations. You can make menus appear on demand, change button actions on the fly, and build entirely new kinds of elements from scratch. In this course, Michael House shows us multiple ways to program UI elements in Unity and dynamically trigger them based on game events. Learn how to create items manually, create reusable prefabs and add instances to the game, and create UI elements using C# scripting. Each how-to results in a working interface element such as a text label, button, menu, tooltip, or table.IntermediateTechnologySoftware Development
Teamwork Foundations1 hour(s) 16 minute(s) Learn the qualities of effective teams and the role you, as a member, play in creating an effective team. In addition to the importance of knowing your own strengths and weaknesses, management trainer Chris Croft emphasizes the importance of delivering on expectations, listening to other team members, communicating clearly, playing more than one role, and being supportive.BusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Professional Development, Leadership and Management
Video for Photographers: 1 Filmmaking Essentials0 hour(s) 37 minute(s) With most current digital cameras and a little training, photographers can start shooting video, quickly expanding their creative options and the range of services they can offer to their clients. In this course, Emmy-winning filmmaker Eduardo Angel helps bridge the gap between photography and film—between still pictures and moving images—by showing what it takes to transition to video. The course covers the most essential video production techniques, from framing and lighting for continuous shots to directing the viewer's attention and incorporating camera movement and sound—Eduardo even provides a brief overview of his post-production workflow. By following along with Eduardo and his team, you'll understand why these concepts are so important and start applying them to your video and hybrid projects right away. Look for the follow-up course, Video for Photographers 02: Filmmaking On Location, where Eduardo shows how these lessons apply to a real-world shoot. Coming soon to the library!BeginnerCreativeVideo
BIM Manager: Managing CAD Standards0 hour(s) 55 minute(s) Gain insight on why CAD standards are important to your firm, and what actually goes into a successful standards implementation. To begin, learn about the CAD, BIM, and virtual design and construction (VDC) manager roles. Next, learn about the National CAD Standard (NCS), and look at sheet numbering, approved border formats, text styles, and lineweights as they relate to NCS. Plus, learn about the BIM Level of Detail, COBie and IFC formats, assigning a project CAD lead, reviewing the QA and QC process, and more.IntermediateCreativeAEC
Learning Backbone.js1 hour(s) 34 minute(s) Backbone.js is the key to keeping your JavaScript code neat, and separating your markup from the data powering your web applications. Although it has fantastic server-side capabilities, this course focuses on the most relevant features for front-end developers and web designers that want to learn how to build out their web pages and keep their code organized, move away from the DOM, and use Backbone's useful JavaScript library. Start here and learn how to use models and collections to manage your data, and display it on your web page with views. Then use events and routers to create navigational logic in your web app. Author Kai Gittens shows you just what you need to get up and running with Backbone.js and get the job done.IntermediateTechnologyWeb Development
Master Confident Presentations1 hour(s) 50 minute(s) Giving a talk can be a career-defining moment. Somebody in the audience might offer you a job or submit your next big sales order. The key to a great presentation is confidence. Learn the difference between simply giving (and surviving) a presentation and delivering a confident and engaging talk your audience will love. In this training course, Chris Croft gives you a series of tips and tricks, emphasizing practical techniques you can use before and during a presentation to maximize its effectiveness. Learn how to calm your pre-talk nerves, practice proper body language, write effective openers, manage the time you're allotted, and close strong. Plus, find out how to get more out of PowerPoint and engage your audience by asking the right questions.BusinessProfessional Development, Leadership and Management
Laravel 5.6 New Features0 hour(s) 57 minute(s) Laravel is the PHP framework that developers prefer for its expressive, elegant syntax. Learn what's new in version 5.6 in this quick overview. Instructor Justin Yost walks through the upgrade process, and then reviews the new features: the Artisan Collision package, job queues, dynamic rate limiting, Blade aliases for reusing components, as well as back-end features for working with the console. In chapter two, Justin covers the improvements to existing features that make working with Laravel even better, including API controller generation, date casting, and password hashing.IntermediateTechnologyWeb Development
Learning Reason 104 hour(s) 6 minute(s) Bring your sonic ideas to life with Reason 10, the professional-grade DAW from Propellerhead Software. In this course, Matt Piper demonstrates all of the major features of Reason 10, from setup to recording and mixing to mastering. First, he shows how to set up the preferences, use the Reason browser, and work with various windows and keyboard shortcuts. Next, he moves into recording music, showing how to record audio and virtual instrument tracks, create beats, sample audio, use REX loops, and record automation. He then demonstrates the tools used for editing—including quantization and pitch correction—and shows how to use the mixing functions. To wrap up, he demonstrates how to use the mastering tools in Reason, as well as how to quickly export individual audio tracks.BeginnerCreativeAudio and Music
Learning Mastercam for SOLIDWORKS2 hour(s) 35 minute(s) Discover how to use Mastercam, one of the most popular CAM packages in use today, within SOLIDWORKS. First, instructor Gabriel Corbett shows how to load models and assemblies, set up the machine and fixtures, and configure tools. Then, he demonstrates how to drill, tap, bore, pocket, and mill your material. Plus, see how to simulate the job and make great parts on a CNC.BeginnerCreativeProduct and Manufacturing
Learning OneDrive0 hour(s) 55 minute(s) Discover how to store and share documents, spreadsheets, and other files with Microsoft OneDrive. Instructor Garrick Chow demonstrates how to get started with OneDrive on both Windows and Mac, then shows how to upload, organize, copy, and delete files. Learn about how to view photos in elegant galleries and slideshows, share files using links and the public folder, locate specific files, and create documents with Microsoft Office Online.BeginnerBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Business Software and Tools
SketchUp for Set Design3 hour(s) 34 minute(s) The details of 3D modeling can be overwhelming when you design your first set. Using SketchUp frees the designer and builder from worrying about perspective and proportion. John Romeo guides you through the process of making each piece of scenery contained in the set and creating polished presentation and construction drawings using SketchUp Pro and the SU Podium and V-Ray renderers. Learn how to create a simple ground plan and start adding the walls, posts, beams, skylight, backdrop, and other construction details. Discover how to add furniture and props, and design a realistic lighting grid. By the end of the course, you should be able to put together a drawing package for a basic loft set.IntermediateCreativeVisualization and Real-Time, Product and Manufacturing, AEC, Animation and Illustration
WordPress: Developing Secure Sites2 hour(s) 34 minute(s) Leaving your WordPress site unsecured leaves you, your users, and your data vulnerable to attack. Luckily, with some basic site configuration, code updates, and free plugins, you can make an existing or brand-new WordPress site much more secure. Beginning with the basics (your backup/restore and password settings), author Jeff Starr explains how to harden WordPress by setting up user roles, configuring authentication keys, and setting proper file permissions. Plus, discover advanced WordPress security techniques to monitor user activity, implement a firewall, prevent spam, and block bots, and learn best practices for reporting vulnerabilities to WordPress and auditing your site.IntermediateTechnologyWeb Development
Learn Java with Swing1 hour(s) 43 minute(s) Discover how to use Swing—a graphical user interface (GUI) builder for Java applications—to create a GUI in Java. In this course, Peggy Fisher helps to familiarize you with the basics of Swing, and shares what you need to know to create a GUI in Java. She discusses fundamental concepts, such as MVC architecture and using a WYSIWYG editor. In addition, she covers containers, Swing components, layouts, and handling events—which occur when a user interacts with the interface.IntermediateTechnologySoftware Development
Leading Productive Meetings1 hour(s) 4 minute(s) Feel like you're having too many meetings? Wonder if they're as effective as they could be? In this course, productivity expert Dave Crenshaw demonstrates a simple, usable framework that can help you get the most from your meetings—turning them into productive avenues for communicating, connecting, and accomplishing real work. Dave provides insight into how to effectively schedule, conduct, and follow up on meetings with minimum time and maximum results. LinkedIn Learning ( is a PMI Registered Education Provider. This course qualifies for professional development units (PDUs). To view the activity and PDU details for this course, click here.BeginnerBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Professional Development, Leadership and Management
KONTAKT: Advanced Instrumentation and Sound Design2 hour(s) 41 minute(s) A versatile and cutting-edge sampler, KONTAKT is capable of bringing the sounds you can only imagine in your head out into the real world. In this course, Evan Sutton teaches advanced techniques for customizing instruments and creating sounds with KONTAKT. He shows how to load and route instruments in the Multi Rack, customize sounds with FX and modulation, time stretch audio, and sync and slice loops. Plus, learn how to work with automation and save and archive your sounds.AdvancedCreativeAudio and Music, Video
Mujeres y tecnología: IT0 hour(s) 56 minute(s) Empieza hoy tu carrera como experta en IT. Conoce en este curso cuál es el contexto actual del sector y cuál será tu misión en él. Aprende sobre las personas con las que trabajarás, los procesos que seguirás y los productos y herramientas que usarás para conseguir una posición exitosa en el gremio. Introdúcete en un sector, a día de hoy, con escasez y necesidad de talento femenino, y consigue las herramientas para destacar desde el inicio.
Building an iOS Messages Application1 hour(s) 42 minute(s) This hands-on course covers the building of an iOS application that allows two types of extensions: messages and stickers. For the Messages extension demonstration, a basic utility app and a game app are created. For the sticker demonstration, a sticker extension is created, a demo that includes creating artwork and adding it into a message. Join Todd Perkins as he shows you how to lay out your app UI, code the desired behavior into your app's objects, and connect your app to Messages by leveraging extension functionality.IntermediateTechnologyMobile Development
Magazine Design Start to Finish: The Inside Pages0 hour(s) 51 minute(s) You want the inside pages of your magazine to deliver a strong, cohesive look and feel that does justice to the content contained within. In this course, John McWade picks up where he left off in Magazine Design Start to Finish: The Cover and takes you through every part of a typical magazine's interior pages, including the masthead, contents page, and unique feature layouts. John discusses the design decisions that need to be made, as well as some rules of the road that will ensure that you create a design that's both attractive and consistent. Upon wrapping up this course, you'll be equipped with techniques that can help you confidently approach this aspect of your own magazine design projects.BeginnerCreativeGraphic Design
Keynote 6: Delivering Presentations1 hour(s) 49 minute(s) Having a killer Keynote deck isn't enough—you have to wow your audience with a well-planned presentation. Author Rich Harrington shows you how to successfully export a Keynote deck and deliver a compelling presentation. He also covers rehearsing your talking points, connecting to a screen, and creating handouts to accompany your slideshow.IntermediateBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Business Software and Tools
Salesforce Administrator Cert Prep: 2 Security and Data Model2 hour(s) 16 minute(s) Security and customization are key responsibilities of the Salesforce administrator—so it makes sense that they play big roles in the Salesforce Certified Administrator exam. To help you prepare to take and pass the exam, instructor Mike Wheeler has designed the Salesforce Administrator Cert Prep series. In this course—the second installment in the series—Mike covers these two important sections of the exam. He first explains how to identify and apply various security controls, from passwords to IP restrictions, and create roles and profiles with custom security settings and permissions. Then he covers the Salesforce object architecture: working with the objects and fields that come standard with Salesforce as well as creating your own custom objects and fields.IntermediateTechnologyNetwork and System Administration
Modeling Vehicles in Maya4 hour(s) 24 minute(s) In this course, Ryan Kittleson models a fully detailed Shelby Cobra automobile using both polygon and NURBS modeling techniques. The body, wheels, and interior are all modeled from scratch using blueprints and reference photos. The course covers aspects of modeling useful for many types of objects that go beyond automobiles, such as modeling complex shapes, editing NURBs objects, and creating clean models from scan data.IntermediateCreativeVisualization and Real-Time, Product and Manufacturing, AEC, Animation and Illustration
Scaling Your Small Business0 hour(s) 35 minute(s) Take your business to the next level. Many entrepreneurs and small business owners find it difficult to make the transition from startup to mature company. But if you want to make your big idea even bigger, it's critical to shift your mindset. You need to define what you do best, communicate it to customers, and outsource any nonessential tasks. In this course, John Jantsch explains how to scale a startup into a successful business that is prepared for future growth. Learn why it's important to understand and periodically re-evaluate who your customers are and why they value your product or service. Discover how to communicate your unique brand promise, use the most potent marketing channels, and collaborate with strategic, implementation, and co-marketing partners. John also helps you delegate tasks and turn your focus to what matters: demonstrating leadership and innovation. Plus, get valuable tips on measuring your success and hiring the right people.BeginnerBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Marketing, Small Business and Entrepreneurship
Marketing Foundations: Automation0 hour(s) 42 minute(s) Maximize your time and reach by automating repetitive marketing tasks. In this course, join Jon Chang as he covers the foundations of marketing automation and how it can help drive efficiency in your marketing efforts. To begin, Jon goes over the types of tasks you can automate and how to define a clear objective and strategy for doing so. Next, he shares real-world strategies for automating tasks, including how to complete a retargeting plan that allows you to automatically send follow-up messages across ad networks like Facebook and Google. Plus, learn how to use onboarding and offboarding flows, build dynamic personalization, assign meta tags to different types of marketing content, and automate marketing performance reports.BeginnerBusinessMarketing
Insights on Automotive Design with Veejay Gahir0 hour(s) 23 minute(s) Veejay Gahir spent three decades in the automotive industry, in multiple roles: CAD, engineering, project management, and software development. Today he's sharing his knowledge as a consultant and teacher of automotive design. Here, he draws on his experience to share his personal insights and tales from the factory floor. In this interview, Veejay answers questions about getting a foothold in the industry, his favorite projects, and the future of automotive technology, from self-driving cars to the impact of 3D printing.CreativeProduct and Manufacturing
Customer Insights and Consumer Analytics for Organizations: Tools and Analysis1 hour(s) 8 minute(s) To build products that resonate with customers, companies must first understand where their audience is coming from. What do their customers actually want and need? In this course, Chris DallaVilla explores several popular technologies—including Python and Power BI—you can use to analyze your customers' thoughts and behaviors. Learn how to use tools to get in tune with customer behavior trends; determine what drives customer loyalty; organize your customers by segmentation groups to improve business performance; and identify your advocates. These are tools that all organizations require to thrive in today’s changing environment.BeginnerTechnologyData Science
Learning Prelude CS61 hour(s) 27 minute(s) Adobe Prelude, new in CS6, is a tool for ingesting and quickly organizing tapeless media for post-production. In this course, author Jeff Sengstack introduces the Prelude workflow, showing how to ingest raw footage, transcode media to various file formats, assemble assets, and tag clips with searchable metadata. The course also demonstrates creating rough-cut sequences, trimming and rearranging clips, and exporting projects to Premiere Pro and Final Cut Pro.BeginnerCreativeVideo
Learning Autodesk Fusion 3601 hour(s) 41 minute(s) Autodesk Fusion 360 is a complex piece of software for modeling both onscreen assets (3D renders and animation) and offscreen physically manufactured elements. It provides parametric tools that allow a designer to edit components as specs change—without starting over from scratch. What's more, projects can be shared among a group of designers using 360's cloud-based design management system. This course is an overview of the interface and the modeling, sculpting, and rendering workflows in Fusion 360. Taylor Hokanson shows how to import reference images, use the sketching tools, extrude 3D shapes, combine components into assemblies, and render animations that show your designs in action. Plus, learn how to sculpt organic shapes by editing T-Spline forms. This course has everything you need to use Fusion 360 to translate your ideas into elegant CAD drawings and fabrication-ready designs.BeginnerCreativeProduct and Manufacturing
Cybersecurity Awareness: Breaking Down Cloud Security1 hour(s) 48 minute(s) Cloud computing has made the sharing of information and resources significantly easier—but it has also brought about some unique security concerns. In this entry-level course, instructor Scott Hogg provides an introduction to cloud security, including common terminology and vocabulary. Throughout the course, Scott covers the topic of cloud security in a down-to-earth manner, and provides realistic security measures you can put into practice right away. He reviews the current industry-standard guidelines for cloud security. He also goes into several popular cloud service provider (CSP) security models and security controls. This course was created and produced by Mentor Source, Inc. We are pleased to host this training in our library.BeginnerTechnologySecurity
Compassionate Directness0 hour(s) 40 minute(s) In any organization, communicating with directness is vital to success. But to build a truly healthy culture, directness must go hand-in-hand with compassion. When you combine these qualities, the result is truly powerful, creating a culture of increased clarity and productivity that also values and respects people's essential humanity. In this course, Arianna Huffington and Joey Hubbard discuss the art of effective, compassionate communication, giving you tools and strategies to be a more honest, kind, and director communicator.BusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Professional Development, Leadership and Management
Improving Your Judgment for Better Decision-Making0 hour(s) 30 minute(s) Join critical thinking and applied curiosity expert Becki Saltzman as she explains the difference between being judgmental and exercising good judgment. This short course is designed for anyone who would like to improve decision-making ability. Learn about how to identify your default judging style, and how to expand that style and make better decisions. Discover a formula for practicing good judgment in challenging situations, when making decisions about the future, and when interacting with others at work.BeginnerBusinessLeadership and Management, Professional Development
Social Media Video for Business and Marketing1 hour(s) 2 minute(s) In the world of business and marketing, well-planned and well-executed social media videos are more important than ever. But not all videos are the same. Each type of video is a specific tool, and it’s important to use these tools in the right ways to achieve the best results. In this course, senior staff instructor Ashley Kennedy provides a thorough introduction to the role of video in social media marketing campaigns—and discusses how to best leverage video in your overall content strategy. She then delivers a rundown of the top types of social media videos, including explainers, vlogs, product videos, interviews, long-form content, and more. After watching this course, you'll be familiar with various video strategies and prepared to learn more about how to create each type of video.BeginnerCreative, BusinessVideo, Marketing
Agile Product Owner Role: Foundations1 hour(s) 9 minute(s) Learn what it takes to be the product owner on an agile project team. This course clarifies the role of the product owner and looks at the mindset, techniques, and competencies critical to being successful in the job. Angela Wick defines the typical collaborators, the product roadmap and minimum viable product, and your touch points in the agile workflow, including planning, prototyping, user research, sprints, and backlog refinement. Plus, learn about the average day in the life of a product owner and get clarity on common myths: that planning, a clear scope, and documentation get in the way of agile development.IntermediateBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Project Management, Business Analysis and Strategy
Code Clinic: Ruby5 hour(s) 42 minute(s) Many successful programmers know more than just a computer language. They also know how to think about solving problems. They use "computational thinking": breaking a problem down into segments that lend themselves to technical solutions. Code Clinic is a series of six courses where authors solve the same problems using different programming languages. Here, Kevin Skoglund works with Ruby. Kevin introduces challenges and provides an overview of his solutions in Ruby. Challenges include topics such as statistical analysis, searching directories for images, and accessing peripheral devices. Visit other courses in the series to see how to solve the exact same challenges in languages like C#, C++, Java, PHP, and Python.IntermediateTechnologySoftware Development
OctaneRender for Cinema 4D Essential Training4 hour(s) 59 minute(s) OctaneRender is a popular third-party render engine for Cinema 4D. It renders images in a much shorter time than a standard CPU renderer. In this course, mograph artist Andy Needham introduces members to this critical tool for 3D modeling and design. It begins with a quick-start guide, designed to get you up and running with Octane in 30 minutes or less. Andy then explores the Live Viewer—the heart of the engine, which provides instant visual feedback on your project—and C4D layouts for Octane. Then dive deep into materials, including the blend and metallic materials introduced in Octane 3.08; the Octane lighting system; and the thin-lens camera, which enables effects such as depth of field and motion blur. Andy also reviews Octane Scatter, volumetric effects like fog, and the new Toon materials and lights. He shows how to optimize your render settings and use a multi-pass workflow to enable you to get the most flexibility and control over your scene. The course wraps up with a challenge that will allow you to practice your newfound skills.IntermediateCreativeVisualization and Real-Time, Product and Manufacturing, Motion Graphics and VFX, AEC, Animation and Illustration
InDesign 2020 New Features1 hour(s) 33 minute(s) InDesign gets better every year. 2020 is no exception. This course is your tour of the latest and greatest, and will keep you up to date with new features as soon as they are released. Anne-Marie Concepción reviews the refreshed interface as well as the changes that take place under the hood, such as stability, speed, and accessibility enhancements. Get familiar with the new image and text features that are most exciting to today’s designers, including long-awaited support for variable fonts and SVG images, as well as automatic column rules and style shortcuts. Learn how to find and use enhancements to Data Merge, spell check, and Creative Cloud search. Like the Creative Cloud, this course will keep evolving. Check back for new videos every time Adobe releases an update.IntermediateCreativeGraphic Design
Python for Data Science Essential Training Part 23 hour(s) 44 minute(s) Python for Data Science Essential Training is one of the most popular data science courses at LinkedIn Learning. It has now been updated and expanded to two parts—for even more hands-on experience with Python. In this course, instructor Lillian Pierson takes you step by step through a practical data science project: building machine learning models that can generate predictions and recommendations and automate routine tasks. Along the way, she shows how to perform linear and logistic regression, use K-means and hierarchal clustering, identify relationships between variables, and use other machine learning tools such as neural networks and Bayesian models. You should walk away from this training with hands-on coding experience that you can quickly apply to your own data science projects.IntermediateTechnologyData Science
CompTIA IT Fundamentals (FC0-U61) Cert Prep 3: Computer Maintenance and Troubleshooting, Databases, and Programming1 hour(s) 13 minute(s) Learn the fundamentals you need to ace the CompTIA IT Fundamentals (FC0-U61) exam. Passing the exam earns you the ITF+ certification, designed for advanced users considering a career in IT. This certification is a great entry point for novices transitioning to IT pros—and this three-part cert prep series provides "self-help" style guidance that you can use to study for the exam. The third course covers computer maintenance, troubleshooting, databases, and programming. Instructor Scott Jernigan shows how to clean and maintain computers, troubleshoot the most common issues, identify the essential components of databases, and understand the building blocks of programming—in any language. This course was created by Total Seminars. We are pleased to offer this training in our library.BeginnerTechnologyIT Help Desk
Marketing Foundations: Integrated Marketing Strategies2 hour(s) 5 minute(s) The evolving media landscape has resulted in the omnichannel consumer, who uses traditional, digital, and social media. Integrated marketing is all about how marketers can leverage the best of these channels to engage their customers. Learn how brand choreography, an innovative integrated marketing communications (IMC) framework, can help breathe new life into your marketing efforts. TEDx speaker and author Mark Burgess helps you use brand choreography—and real-world best practices established by leading brands—to deliver the right message, to the right customers, at the right place and the right time. Learn about brand value propositions, strategic positioning, buyer personas, the latest thinking on content marketing, and traditional, digital, mobile, and social marketing vehicles. Discover how metrics can help you make better data-driven decisions. Find out how to develop integrated campaigns that offer better customer experience and better ROI.IntermediateBusinessMarketing, Small Business and Entrepreneurship
Lean Software Development1 hour(s) 35 minute(s) The concept behind lean software development is simple: understand what customers want and figure out the most optimal way to deliver it quickly and sustainably. There are seven principles in lean software development to guide this optimization quest. Each principle acts as a unique lens through which you can look at the process of delivering software and see new ways to improve. In this course, instructor Julia Wester will take you through key principles from the practitioner point of view, highlighting techniques to help you jump start your lean software development journey. Learn how to identify customer needs and business goals, eliminate waste, build in quality from the start, create and share knowledge, deliver quickly, and create a culture of mutual respect. Using these principles, you can deliver better products—without sacrificing capability or quality for speed.BeginnerTechnologyDevOps
Google Presentaciones esencial (2018)1 hour(s) 40 minute(s) En este curso de Presentaciones de Google, aprenderás, una a una, las características de esta herramienta de creación de presentaciones que permite, entre otras cosas, el trabajo colaborativo y el acceso a todas tus presentaciones sin importar el dispositivo que utilices. Veremos cómo crear una presentación desde cero. Aprenderás a darle formato, y a aplicar e importar temas o estilos. Descubrirás las ventajas del acceso y edición simultáneo con tu equipo de trabajo para ser más productivos.
Security Testing: Vulnerability Management with Nessus1 hour(s) 45 minute(s) It only takes one misconfigured device or missing patch for hackers to infiltrate your network. Fix the flaws in your systems before attackers can find them with Nessus, the network vulnerability scanner popular among cybersecurity analysts, sys admins, and network engineers. Using Nessus, you can scan servers, endpoints, and other network devices and check them against a database of thousands of known vulnerabilities. In this course, instructor Mike Chapple teaches you how to install Nessus, configure scans, and interpret the output. He explains how to create a vulnerability management program as well as a remediation workflow that will help you detect, understand, and resolve vulnerabilities before they are exploited.IntermediateTechnologySecurity
Kubernetes para administradores IT esencial2 hour(s) 24 minute(s) Aprende a administrar los contenedores Kubernetes, cuál es su rol en tu infraestructura IT, cómo se comportan y cómo desplegar las aplicaciones. Conoce los diferentes módulos que componen Kubernetes, cuál es su relación con servicios como Google Kubernetes Engine o Azure Kubernetes Service. Obtén todos los conceptos generales necesarios para trabajar con un cluster Kubernetes, despliega los tuyos, gestiona las aplicaciones y trabajos corriendo en él, monta volúmenes externos, lanza aplicaciones en alta disponibilidad, y crea servicios más avanzados utilizando la documentación de la que nos provee Kubernetes en su web.
Connecting with Executives0 hour(s) 43 minute(s) Develop confidence connecting with executives in a one-on-one meeting. In this course, John Ullmen, PhD, from the UCLA Anderson School of Management, explores common concerns employees have about engaging executives and shares winning strategies to connect with executives one-on-one—and make sure the relationship endures after the meeting is over. John shares insights into how executives view time, as well as how junior and mid-level employees can land a meeting with a senior leader. Plus, he steps through how to foster genuine connections with executives by asking the right questions, replying with confidence, and successfully following up after a meeting.IntermediateBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Leadership and Management, Professional Development
Photography 101: Shooting in Low Light0 hour(s) 56 minute(s) Exploring the world of nighttime and low-light shooting is a great way to expand your photographic horizons. In this installment of Photography 101, photographer Joseph Linaschke provides an introduction to the creative options and technical considerations behind night and low-light shooting. Joseph explores indoor, candlelit scenes; bright cities, where he shows how to capture spectacular traffic trails; and the great outdoors, under the natural light of the moon and stars. The course also contains tips on using your iPhone or other smartphone for low-light photography—or even as a light source—and enhancing noisy, high-ISO images in post-production.BeginnerCreativePhotography
Learning from Failure0 hour(s) 26 minute(s) Failure and fault are not necessarily the same thing, yet many of us are raised to believe that if we fail, we have done something wrong. In fact, failure is a normal and necessary part of life. In this course, coach Todd Dewett explains the psychology of failure, the difference between good failure (thoughtful experimentation) and bad failure (reckless negligence), and why all failure is an opportunity to learn. Dr. Dewett offers a series of techniques for learning from failure and how we might use it as a tool for building trust, authenticity, compassion, humility and courage, and perspective.BusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Professional Development, Leadership and Management
Azure: Políticas para DevOps esencial1 hour(s) 18 minute(s) Descubre todo el potencial de Azure Policy a la hora de administrar y prevenir problemas de IT con la creación y aplicación de reglas y directivas para tus recursos. Entiende las características y capacidades que provee este servicio de Azure para los despliegues con Azure DevOps y su impacto en tus flujos de trabajo de desarrollo.
Substance Painter: Petrol Pump Game Asset1 hour(s) 32 minute(s) Substance Painter is shaking up the asset development workflow in the 3D game industry. To introduce users to the tools and techniques in Substance Painter, Joel Bradley introduces another fun, basic project that starts with an existing model from 3ds Max and ends with a completely textured asset that can be used in any game engine. The petrol pump featured in this project requires materials like painted metal, bare metal, rubber, plastic, and glass. Joel will show how to use custom bitmaps, custom materials from Substance Designer, fill layers, and particle brushes to apply the textures and create realistic wear and tear. By the end of the course, you'll have another Substance Painter project under your belt and a new asset for your library.IntermediateTechnology, CreativeSoftware Development, Visualization and Real-Time, Animation and Illustration
A Career Strategist's Guide to Getting a Job0 hour(s) 49 minute(s) Explore strategies designed to increase the chances of hearing back from potential employers, including how to get a resume past applicant tracking systems (ATS). Job search expert Jenny Foss walks through the elements of a successful job search, from crafting a great resume to finding the right job listings. She discusses how to create a career plan, how to prepare for an interview, and how to negotiate for the best salary and benefits. Plus, Jenny covers how to make your first 60 days on the job a success.BusinessCareer Development
SOLIDWORKS: Customize the User Interface0 hour(s) 46 minute(s) Discover ways to maximize the power of SOLIDWORKS by optimizing the interface to suit any workflow. Learn about how to personalize the command ribbon and toolbars to display frequently used features, as well as how to customize mouse gestures to make mouse movements more effective. Plus, explore default keyboard shortcuts that expedite common operations, and see how to customize shortcuts for even more efficiency.BeginnerCreativeProduct and Manufacturing, AEC, Visualization and Real-Time, Animation and Illustration
Illustrator CC 2013 One-on-One: Advanced11 hour(s) 35 minute(s) This course is the third in a four-part series devoted to mastering the premiere graphics creation application, Adobe Illustrator. Industry pro Deke McClelland takes a project-based learning approach to the key features in Illustrator CC, including Recolor Artwork, transparency, masks, blend modes, strokes and fills, and dynamic effects. The course also covers techniques for creating custom gradients, designing logos, generating photorealistic neon text, and wrapping type around objects. Plus, Deke shows how to call up the most essential features by organizing your workspace and employing time-saving keyboard shortcuts, how to manage the color settings, and how to adjust a few settings to make the program work even better.AdvancedCreativeAnimation and Illustration, Graphic Design
Microsoft Azure Security Center: Securing Cloud Resources1 hour(s) 41 minute(s) Microsoft Azure Security Center was designed to help you monitor security across hybrid cloud workflows, as well as detect—and quickly react to—threats. In this course, instructor Martynas Valkunas helps you deepen your understanding of how Microsoft Azure Security Center can help you keep your cloud resources safe from attackers. Martynas details how to work with the Azure Security Center console and fully utilize its functionality, as well as how to set up resources and leverage advanced cloud defense capabilities. He also shares a variety of cloud security best practices, providing recommendations for Azure data security, SQL security, network security, and more.IntermediateTechnologyCloud Computing
Practical Success Metrics in Your Training Program0 hour(s) 41 minute(s) Training is hard; measuring the effectiveness of training is even harder. Learn how to explain the value of your L&D program by tracking the metrics that matter. In this course, instructor Ajay Pangarkar explains how to measure training effectiveness on four levels. First, find out how to evaluate participant engagement using "smile sheets" to assess training effectiveness. Then discover how to measure learning and knowledge retention with quizzes and assessments. The third measure of training success is on-the-job behavior, where Ajay explains how to evaluate improvements in real-world performance. Finally, examine how to assess the organizational impact of your program and communicate the results of all four measures with written reports and visual representations of your discovery work.IntermediateBusinessHuman Resources
Machine Learning for iOS: Core ML and Create ML0 hour(s) 38 minute(s) Want to incorporate machine learning into your iOS app? With the Core ML SDK and the Create ML app from Apple, you can quickly start integrating machine learning features into your projects. In this course, Emmanuel Henri covers the basics of machine learning, as well as how to work with Core ML and Create ML to add machine learning models to your apps. Emmanuel covers the different parts of the Core ML SDK, how to set up a new project using Create ML, and how to get input values into and test a model. He also steps through how to integrate your machine learning model into an iOS application and convert models from non-iOS sources.AdvancedTechnologyMobile Development
Talent Management0 hour(s) 40 minute(s) Effective talent management drives benefits for an organization. In this course, leadership, team, and organizational development consultant Katy Sharon reveals how aligning talent management with your company's strategic plan directly impacts business success. She reveals how to build a top-notch talent management strategy, use that strategy to create a talent management plan, and bring it all together using best practices. Along the way, she explains how to identify talent needs, assess existing talent, recruit the right people, and develop employees to meet talent needs. Plus, Katy provides you with a high-level look at succession planning.BeginnerBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Leadership and Management, Human Resources
Managing and Analyzing Data in Excel 20101 hour(s) 32 minute(s) In this course, Dennis Taylor shares easy-to-use database commands and methods for maintaining an Excel database. The course covers sorting, adding subtotals, auto-filtering, and using the Excel Advanced Filter feature and specialized database functions.IntermediateTechnology, BusinessData Science, Business Software and Tools, Business Analysis and Strategy
CSS: Gradients1 hour(s) 13 minute(s) Join Justin Seeley as he introduces gradients, a somewhat hidden strength of CSS that allows you to add depth and texture to your web designs while reducing load times—creating a better viewing experience for your visitors versus static images. Discover how to create simple linear and radial gradients; apply them to backgrounds, buttons, and text; and write browser-specific syntax to ensure your designs look the same across multiple platforms. The course also shows how to create metallic textures, diagonal gradients, and repeatable patterns. Along the way, Justin demonstrates real-world uses for gradients and techniques to extend them beyond the basics.BeginnerCreative, TechnologyWeb Design, Web Development
Lightroom Quick Tips0 hour(s) 17 minute(s) This collection of Adobe Lightroom quick tip videos is designed to show you workarounds, demonstrate helpful tricks, and quickly explain useful features. Discover quick ways to remove spots, lines, and other distractions. Plus, explore how to smooth wrinkles, tone down reflections, whiten teeth, and more.BeginnerCreativePhotography
Docker on Azure1 hour(s) 26 minute(s) Containers are the future of app development. Microsoft has developers covered. In this course, learn how to use Docker and the powerful features in Microsoft Azure to build container-based applications. Instructor Robert Starmer begins by going over the basics of containerization, explaining why it's often easier to manage than the equivalent manual deployment process. Robert then shows how to create an Azure Container Registry (ACR), use ACR locally, connect Azure Repos with ACR, and automate container builds. He then shows how to leverage Azure Container Instances (ACI) as a way of managing containers, sharing networking, storage, and general troubleshooting tips and techniques along the way.IntermediateTechnologyDevOps, Cloud Computing
Fundamentos del interiorismo3 hour(s) 56 minute(s) Normalmente confundimos la palabra decoración con la definición de interiorismo. Este curso pretende dotarte de las herramientas necesarias para llevar a cabo un proyecto de interiores, más allá de decorar, elegir muebles o un color para el muro del fondo. Te mostraremos cómo crear ambientes que provoquen sensaciones y transformen un espacio. Hablaremos de conceptos como color, luz, estilos de interiorismo, mobiliario y tipos de iluminación; aprenderás a crear un paleta de materiales que se convierta en la esencia de un espacio y defina de manera gráfica su concepto.
Photoshop para diseñadores: Color6 hour(s) 31 minute(s) El color dentro del diseño se configura como uno de los principales elementos a tener en cuenta. Si tenemos una buena base de color, podremos afrontar nuestros diseños de manera creativa y como un instrumento más que nos ayude a mejorarlos. En este curso aprenderemos a crear diseños apropiados a nuestros proyectos, de gran impacto visual y muy atractivos.
After Effects CC 2013 Essential Training14 hour(s) 51 minute(s) Delve into the world of motion graphics, keying, and compositing in After Effects CC. In this course, Ian Robinson lays out six foundations for becoming proficient with After Effects, including concepts such as layers, keyframe animation, and working with 3D. To help you get up and running with the program, the course begins with a project-based chapter on creating an animated graphic bumper. Next, explore the role layers play in compositions and find out how to add style to your projects using effects and graphic elements. Last, see how to build 3D objects with CINEMA 4D Lite, as well as stabilize footage, solve for 3D cameras, and paint in graphics with the Reverse Stabilization feature.BeginnerCreativeVisualization and Real-Time, Product and Manufacturing, Motion Graphics and VFX, AEC, Animation and Illustration, Video
Excel 2016: Cleaning Up Your Data2 hour(s) 26 minute(s) Imported data isn't always pretty. In this course, Dennis Taylor explains how to take data from a system file, database, text file, or poorly designed Excel worksheet, and whip it into optimal shape. Dennis explores the functions, commands, and techniques in Excel that restructure data, remove unwanted characters, convert dates into the desired format, and prepare data for efficient analysis. He covers adjusting column and row placement, transposing data with the REPLACE and SUBSTITUTE functions, the Text to Columns command, the new Flash Fill feature, and more.IntermediateBusiness, TechnologyContinuing Education (CEU), Business Software and Tools, Data Science, Business Analysis and Strategy
Video for Photographers: Shooting with a DSLR2 hour(s) 32 minute(s) In Video for Photographers: Shooting with a DSLR, photographer and videographer Rob Sheppard provides the essential foundation that photographers need to make the leap from still pictures to moving ones. From technical considerations, such as audio and frame rates, to aesthetic issues, such as composition and story development, this course presents concepts and techniques photographers need to get the best results from their gear and learn the art of video-based storytelling. Exercise files are included with the course.BeginnerCreativeVideo, Photography
Excel in the Real World0 hour(s) 42 minute(s) Excel is more than just a number cruncher. It's a Swiss Army knife that helps you work with data from anywhere—numbers, dates, times, text, and more. In this short course, Microsoft MVP Oz du Soleil shows how Excel can help solve real-world problems featuring any kind of information. Learn how Excel can be used in interesting, out-of-the-box ways: to manage property, calculate prices for a new product, simplify music arrangements, keep your kids on top of their chores, or even build seating charts for an event. There's nothing Excel can't do. So make it do more for you.Business, TechnologyBusiness Software and Tools, Business Analysis and Strategy, Data Science
R Statistics Essential Training5 hour(s) 59 minute(s) R is the language of big data—a statistical programming language that helps describe, mine, and test relationships between large amounts of data. Author Barton Poulson shows how to use R to model statistical relationships using graphs, calculations, tests, and other analysis tools. Learn how to enter and modify data; create charts, scatter plots, and histograms; examine outliers; calculate correlations; and compute regressions, bivariate associations, and statistics for three or more variables. Challenge exercises with step-by-step solutions allow you to test your skills as you progress.BeginnerTechnology, BusinessSoftware Development, Business Software and Tools, Data Science, Business Analysis and Strategy
Creating an Interactive PDF Brochure0 hour(s) 59 minute(s) Whether the recipient of your PDF file decides to print it or keep it digital, you can get more value out of your brochure by designing it with interactivity. Digital publications can behave similar to a webpage, allowing readers to quickly jump to another section, visit a related website, start an email, and even play a video right in the document. Join Mike Rankin as he shows you how to add interactive elements to your materials.IntermediateCreativeGraphic Design, Web Design
Sketch: Mobile Design Workflows1 hour(s) 30 minute(s) Great UX designs start with a good idea, but they are perfected with research and prototyping. Tools like Sketch and InVision help you validate your ideas faster and prototype more engaging user interfaces. In this course, UX designer Diane Cronenwett steps through the workflows she's learned as a UX designer on the mobile app and the sites of many other established companies and startups. She'll help you set up a project and apply the tools and techniques required to create production-ready graphics and designs for mobile apps. Learn how use Sketch to define a color palette, create reusable symbols, build home and detail screens, and add tabs to views. Then migrate your assets to InVision to apply hotspots and create a clickable prototype. During the final stage, Diane shows how to export assets for development.IntermediateCreativeUser Experience, Web Design
Photo Restoration: Removing Paper Texture0 hour(s) 20 minute(s) Many vintage photos were printed on textured, "silk-finish" photographic paper. If you're restoring an old photo, you'll want to remove this texture to get the cleanest, sharpest results. In this course, master retoucher Neil Rhodes shows a variety of techniques for removing paper texture, from scanning the photo in multiple angles to using a sophisticated Photoshop plugin called FFT to process photos on Windows.IntermediateCreativePhotography
Google Tag Manager avanzado1 hour(s) 38 minute(s) Google Tag Manager cambió para siempre la forma de implementar Google Analytics y otras herramientas de medición, ya que con él ahorras tiempo y recursos, que puedes utilizar para tareas de mayor impacto. En este curso aprenderás cómo exprimir al máximo el potencial de esta herramienta, viendo de forma precisa y descriptiva cómo implementar las recetas más útiles de implementación para tu sitio web.
Adobe Captivate 2017: Animations and Effects1 hour(s) 18 minute(s) Adding animations and effects to your elearning materials can help make your courses more engaging and interactive. Adobe Captivate 2017 boasts features that can help you create subtle animations and digital effects. In this intermediate-level course, learn how to leverage this functionality to make your elearning content stand out. Pooja Jaisingh covers a variety of topics, including how to include SWF, GIF, and HTML5 animations, work with transitions, and add emphasis with object and text effects. In addition, she demonstrates how to apply the concepts and techniques covered in the course to build several different animations.IntermediateBusinessTraining and Education
An Insider's Guide to Today's Music Biz: 1 The Big Picture1 hour(s) 4 minute(s) If you are looking to do something big in the music business, something great, getting your head around the big picture is one of the most important elements of success. It's not about marketing and promotion, how to make records, how to book a tour, or how to manage your social media. Those are all important pieces of the puzzle if you want to be successful. But it's been Steve Rennie's experience—from working in the music biz over 36 years—that if you can understand how the music business works, what's really important, then the rest of the pieces will fall in line. This course kicks off An Insider's Guide to Today's Music Biz, a series of 9 courses designed to teach the ins and outs of the music business to bands, managers, and songwriters. Here, Steve provides tips on assessing your talent, committing to a plan, picking partners, figuring out financials, finding ideas, and surviving in what can be a tough business. Steve's experience, and his honest take on the ups and downs of the industry, will help anyone interested in breaking through be better prepared for the realities of getting by in the music biz.BeginnerCreative, BusinessAudio and Music, Small Business and Entrepreneurship
Introduction to Quantum Cryptography0 hour(s) 32 minute(s) The frequency and severity of hacking and other attacks on our information systems are increasing. Despite remarkable progress in cybersecurity innovation, too many vulnerabilities continue to exist, and the threats are increasingly sophisticated. Quantum cryptography may offer some optimism in the long term. By leveraging the fundamentals of quantum mechanics, this set of emerging technologies allows information to be protected in novel new ways. Consequently, it's poised to shake up the world of information security. In this course, Jonathan Reichental lays out what quantum cryptography is, as well as the journey ahead to operationally realize quantum-based encrypted communications.TechnologySecurity
MicroStation 3D Essential Training3 hour(s) 37 minute(s) The latest version of MicroStation V8i SELECTseries from Bentley is a highly optimized 2D and 3D CAD and information-modeling program. This project-based course is designed to help you acquire the 3D tools and skills you need to view, model, document, and visualize your designs with MicroStation so you can confidently tackle design projects of any size or complexity. David Martin goes over the user interface and explains how to set drawing preferences and working units. After providing you with an introduction to the software, he dives into several drawing and dimensioning projects—a basic one-view drawing, a three-view orthographic projection drawing, an auxiliary-view drawing, and a four-part assembly drawing.BeginnerCreativeAEC
Customer Service Leadership1 hour(s) 12 minute(s) Customer service leadership is an exciting responsibility—and it's never been more important. Fast-evolving customer expectations, emerging service channels, and the multifaceted nature of delivering service are just a few of the challenges customer service teams face. Learn to lead with intention, and set a direction that is right for your customers, employees, and organization. This practical course covers how to align customer service with company goals, identify and meet customer expectations, cultivate an engaged team, and get the support and resources you need. Whether your approach involves in-person services, contact centers, social media, self-service, or any combination, this course is designed to get you up to speed fast on the factors essential for success.AdvancedBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Customer Service
Construction Management: Reading Drawings & Specifications2 hour(s) 20 minute(s) Construction drawings are instructions that a designer has drawn up to translate the owner's ideas, tell you what materials, parts, and pieces you need for a project, and explain where to place those items in the field. If you're in the construction industry, having the ability to decipher these drawings makes you a more valuable team member, and can generally help you advance your career. In this course, learn how to read construction drawings. Jim Rogers helps you acquire this important skillset by taking you through the different components that make up construction plans, and helping you understand the language of construction drawings. He covers types of views, highlights different kinds of construction drawings—including architectural drawings, electrical drawings, and plumbing drawings—explains how to read general notes, and more.BeginnerCreativeAEC, Continuing Education (CEU)
Learning Video Production and Editing0 hour(s) 18 minute(s) Find out how to get started in video production and editing. Rob Garrott, a content manager at Linkedin Learning, reviews the tools and techniques video editors, cinematographers, directors, and anyone else who wants to start a career in video need to know. First, learn about the core genres, everything from documentary filmmaking to corporate video, and the three main phases of production. Then Rob dives into topics such as planning and writing, lighting and shooting, storytelling via editing, and color correction and sound design. By the end of this course you'll have a firm grasp on what it takes to create professional video.BeginnerCreativeVideo
Learning Hadoop (2015)4 hour(s) 48 minute(s) Hadoop is indispensible when it comes to processing big data—as necessary to understanding your information as servers are to storing it. This course is your introduction to Hadoop, its file system (HDFS), its processing engine (MapReduce), and its many libraries and programming tools. Developer and big-data consultant Lynn Langit shows how to set up a Hadoop development environment, run and optimize MapReduce jobs, code basic queries with Hive and Pig, and build workflows to schedule jobs. Plus, get a sneak peek at some up-and-coming libraries like Impala and the lightning-fast Spark.BeginnerTechnologySoftware Development, Database Management, Data Science
CySA+ (CS0-002) Cert Prep: 3 Identity and Access Management1 hour(s) 38 minute(s) Identity and access management systems help organizations accomplish several fundamental tasks: identifying users, authenticating them, and ensuring that they can access only the resources and information that they are privy to. In this course—the third installment in the CySA+ (CS0-002) Cert Prep series—instructor Mike Chapple delves into the identity access management portion of domain two of the CompTIA Cybersecurity Analyst (CySA+) (CS0-002) exam: Software and Systems Security. Mike discusses different means of verifying identity, including biometrics; key authentication techniques, systems, and protocols; authorization and privilege management; the identity management lifecycle; and how to address common security issues in the realm of identity management.AdvancedTechnologySecurity
Python esencial1 hour(s) 45 minute(s) Si quieres aprender a programar, este curso te presenta los conceptos básicos, usando como referencia el lenguaje de programación Python. Descubre qué son y cómo se usan las variables, los ciclos, los condicionales y otras muchas palabras relacionadas con el mundo de la programación. De una manera práctica y sencilla este curso te introduce paso a paso en el mundo de la programación y sienta las bases para que aprendas Python y otros lenguajes, ya que en el fondo, los conceptos básicos son siempre los mismos.
Cómo desarrollar la capacidad de ingenio0 hour(s) 28 minute(s) Ser capaz de hacer más con menos es una habilidad muy valorada en cualquier organización, y no solo en tiempos de crisis. En este curso Todd Dewett, consultor y experto en gestión, te ayudará a medir tu ingenio evaluando primero tus recursos profesionales (red personal, experiencia, información y acceso a capital) y cómo decidir cuándo y cómo usarlos. También te ofrecerá asesoramiento sobre el desarrollo de hábitos para desarrollar tu ingenio, como hacer las preguntas correctas, y la construcción y ampliación de tu red profesional.
Bootstrap 4 Migration2 hour(s) 14 minute(s) Bootstrap 4 boasts a number of major changes and improvements to the popular front-end framework. If you've been curious about making the switch to Bootstrap 4, this course can prepare you to tackle the migration process. Join Ray Villalobos as he highlights the new features and changes you can access in this upgrade. Ray explains how to approach new components such as cards, as well as how to work with flexbox containers and display properties. After he familiarizes you with what's new in Bootstrap 4, he explains how to migrate a website from Bootstrap 3 to 4. Ray also goes over how to handle some of the more challenging aspects of the migration process, including migrating carousels and navigation tables.IntermediateTechnologyWeb Development
Designing and Animating a Mind-Bending Illusion1 hour(s) 26 minute(s) Learn what it takes to design your own mind-bending illusion, in this installment of Designs dekeConstructed—the series that breaks down popular graphic designs and show you how to re-create them on your own. Deke starts out by drawing an "impossible" Penrose triangle and a golden ball in Adobe Illustrator. Next, he plots a path for the ball to follow around the triangle. Last, he moves to Photoshop, where he shows you how to animate the ball with a combination of layer masks and the timeline.IntermediateCreativeAnimation and Illustration
Own Your Voice: Improve Presentations and Executive Presence0 hour(s) 37 minute(s) The ability to deliver a powerhouse presentation isn't reserved for a gifted few. With enough practice, anyone can learn how to express themselves with confidence. In this course, join communication coach Jackie Miller as she shares practical tips for exuding executive presence and poise when speaking to audiences large and small. Explore different communication styles (and how to embrace your own). Get theater-based techniques for improving eye contact and harnessing the power of breath. Plus, learn best practices for amplifying voices that may otherwise go unheard; ridding your speech of qualifiers, fillers, and apologies; communicating effectively when English isn’t your first language; and more. This course was created by genconnectU. We are pleased to offer this training in our library.BeginnerBusinessProfessional Development
Adobe Connect Essential Training2 hour(s) 26 minute(s) Get started with Adobe Connect, the popular web conferencing software from Adobe. Join instructor Garrick Chow as he demonstrates how to use Adobe Connect to bridge real-world gaps and help anyone with an internet connection link up online. Garrick begins by showing how to set up meetings, establish audio connections, and create users and groups. Next, he covers managing attendees, including how to manage passwords and assign user roles. Garrick also explores all the features of running a presentation, from using the Share pod to providing downloadable content and managing participant questions.BeginnerBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Business Software and Tools
Excel esencial (Office 365)4 hour(s) 12 minute(s) En este curso de Excel, hablaremos mayormente de su versión de escritorio, que podemos instalar en nuestro ordenador y que se mantendrá siempre actualizada, ya que es la más completa. Además, haremos hincapié en las adiciones de la versión online. Hablaremos de cómo introducir y editar información en celdas, y de cómo crear tablas dinámicas desde cero. También dedicaremos un capítulo especial a las funciones, tanto las más utilizadas en el universo Excel, como las nuevas funciones incorporadas por Microsoft en esta versión. Por supuesto, también abarcaremos temáticas como gráficos, formatos, impresión, listas desplegables y funciones para potenciar la colaboración con otras personas.
After Effects for Graphic Design2 hour(s) 33 minute(s) As a designer, you're constantly challenged to create new and compelling imagery for your projects. That sometimes requires new tools. After Effects is known for animation, but it's also a powerful program for graphic designers. Its panels and basic features are similar to Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign, which makes After Effects easier for designers to learn. This course offers a unique workflow, combining Photoshop with After Effects to create stunning, unique, and professional-quality assets for print, web, and photography. Instructor Chris Converse—founding partner of Codify Design Studio—shows how to create special effects, add dramatic lighting to photos, color key images, build textures and patterns, and generate artwork from almost nothing, producing effects like water, bubbles, lightning, and rain. The course is for any designer—even if you've never used After Effects before. Chris demos each example step by step, and shows how the results can be used in real-world design projects.IntermediateCreativePhotography, Graphic Design, Animation and Illustration
Creating Cinemagraphs with Photoshop After Effects Flixel and Cliplets3 hour(s) 15 minute(s) Learn how to use Photoshop, After Effects, and two dedicated tools—Flixel and Cliplets—to explore the creative possibilities of cinemagraphs: static photos that contain areas of motion. Rich Harrington explores assembly techniques in each program and illustrates effective shooting and post-production techniques to improve the end results. The final cinemagraphs can be used in websites, banner ads, emails, presentations, or even digital signage.AdvancedCreativeWeb Design, Photography
Maya: Bifrost Extension1 hour(s) 45 minute(s) Explore the Bifrost graph, a powerful new procedural content creation framework from Autodesk. Instructor Aaron Ross covers the Bifrost Extension, a free Maya plugin for creating tools to accelerate almost every aspect of 3D production. Using the Bifrost visual programming environment, artists and technical directors in all 3D disciplines can automate complex processes and generate assets without writing a single line of code.IntermediateCreativeAnimation and Illustration, Visualization and Real-Time
Adobe Acrobat DC: PDF Commenting for AEC2 hour(s) 3 minute(s) Architects, engineers, and construction professionals use Acrobat DC in a unique way. They review and share more complex, large-scale CAD drawings than the typical Acrobat user. Luckily, there are some tips and tricks that can help AEC professionals navigate, review, and share PDF documents in Acrobat with ease. This course is specifically tailored for people in these industries who need to communicate more efficiently and effectively with their teams and clients. Learn how to locate the markup tools, choose the right tool for the job, get quick access with keyboard shortcuts, and customize your Acrobat workspace. These lessons can be applied to a variety of PDFs, from technical manuals to 3D models, floorplans to wiring diagrams. Instructor Kelly Vaughn—a technical documentation expert—also shows how to sort, track, share, and print comments, and introduces some scripts designed to temporarily enlarge comments and color code sticky notes.IntermediateCreativeAEC
Selling into Industries: Financial Services0 hour(s) 43 minute(s) The financial industry can be a particularly challenging vertical to sell into. Factors such as rigorous reporting deadlines and shifting regulations provide obstacles that aren't easily navigated. In this course, Lisa Earle McLeod and Elizabeth McLeod equip you with practical tips and strategies for selling to financial buyers. Discover how to unpack an annual report and leverage that information in your sales process, as well as how to identify the key metrics that drive your buyer's decision making. In addition, learn how to prove your ROI and develop authentic relationships in an inherently untrusting industry.IntermediateBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Sales
Windows Server 2016: DNS1 hour(s) 50 minute(s) The Domain Name System (DNS) is the lifeblood of the Internet; making sure it is configured properly is a key skill for network administrators. DNS connects everything from resources on internal enterprise networks to domains on the World Wide Web. This course explains basic DNS concepts such as zones and name resolution and shows sysadmins how to configure DNS in a Windows Server 2016 environment. Ed Liberman shows how to deploy DNS; create DNS zones; work with different record types; configure queries, caching, and forwarding; and make sure your DNS deployment is secure.BeginnerTechnologyContinuing Education (CEU), Network and System Administration
Cybersecurity Awareness: Security Overview0 hour(s) 27 minute(s) Get acquainted with today's cybersecurity reality. In this course—which is part of a series of cybersecurity awareness courses—familiarize yourself with the current state of cybersecurity. Steve Maciejewski identifies, categorizes, and discusses cyber threats, covering the types that would concern a CIO, as well as ones that could endanger any user. Steve also defines the responsibilities of the cyber citizen. Throughout the course, he focuses on risks, threats, and root cause analysis. Note: This course was recorded and produced by Mentor Source, Inc. We're pleased to host this training in our library.BeginnerTechnologySecurity, Continuing Education (CEU)
Esther Dyson on Cultivating Health at Scale0 hour(s) 21 minute(s) Health care is ripe for disruption. There is a case to be made for shifting the focus from a cost to an asset. But how do we get there? What and who has to be involved? LinkedIn Influencer, startup investor, and technology expert Esther Dyson lays out the key components that will help us address one of most urgent problems of our time. She discusses possible solutions to the healthcare crisis, including social impact investors and prevention-oriented funding, and her involvement in the Way to Wellville, an organization that inspires people to do simple things to stay well and to create a healthy community. She also explains how technology can help, and what role for-profit hospitals and hospital admins have to play in any resolution.BusinessBusiness Analysis and Strategy, Leadership and Management
S/4 Finance: Fiori General Journal Boot Camp0 hour(s) 52 minute(s) The modernized Fiori UX bring an app-like experience to SAP. This quick, one-hour course teaches you how to use Fiori to create financial reports and manage different types of accounting journals in S/4HANA. Discover how to run a financial statement, an account balance, and line item details, and post and manage journal entries, including recurring entries, using Fiori apps. Plus, check out the “Appendix” video for a quick reference guide that links Fiori apps to corresponding SAP GUI transaction codes. This course was created by Michael Management. We are pleased to offer this training in our library.IntermediateBusinessBusiness Software and Tools, Finance and Accounting
Excel 2010: Advanced Formatting Techniques3 hour(s) 2 minute(s) In Excel 2010: Advanced Formatting Techniques, author Dennis Taylor shares simple and powerful tips for making spreadsheet information readable and understandable, from emphasizing specific cells to adding style and readability to worksheets. It also covers automation techniques that take the drudgery out of formatting even the largest amounts of data. Exercise files accompany this course.AdvancedBusinessBusiness Software and Tools
Cómo gestionar los puntos ciegos del liderazgo0 hour(s) 41 minute(s) ¿Estás sumido en la rutina laboral, aunque has trabajado intensamente para posicionarte como líder? En ese caso, puede que haya ciertos factores de los que no eres consciente y que impiden que se considere que tienes madera de liderazgo. Descubre en este curso cómo identificar las dificultades ocultas o los puntos ciegos que te frenan, y cómo gestionarlos para acelerar tu crecimiento profesional. La instructora Sara Canaday se sumerge en los matices de los puntos ciegos y te explica por qué son tan importantes a la hora de progresar profesionalmente. Además, verás qué habilidades intangibles pueden ayudarte a identificar y eliminar esos obstáculos. Sara también muestra cómo reconocer incongruencias entre la percepción que tienes de ti mismo y tu reputación, te da algunos ejemplos específicos de los puntos ciegos del liderazgo típicos en el entorno empresarial y te enseña los pasos necesarios para paliar tus problemas de percepción.
Dan Roarty: Creating Realistic 3D Portraits0 hour(s) 35 minute(s) In this Start to Finish, character artist Dan Roarty walks us through the process of creating one of his hyperrealistic 3D portraits, "Happy Birthday, Nana," a tribute to his late grandmother. Dan shows how he uses the sculpting tools in Mudbox and Maya to create the basic bust form and adds the layers upon layers of detail, texture, and tone with programs like Knald and Shave and a Haircut. Finally, he lights the scene and composites the final render passes in Photoshop to create a realistic portrait that honors his grandmother's memory. Dive in to find out how he does it.CreativeVisualization and Real-Time, Product and Manufacturing, AEC, Animation and Illustration
Photoshop CC 2019 One-on-One: Fundamentals17 hour(s) 57 minute(s) Go one-on-one with world-renowned Photoshop expert Deke McClelland in this comprehensive course. Part one of a three-part series, this is your chance to learn more about Photoshop than anyone you've ever met, possibly more than you even thought possible. It's everything you need to know, in the order you need to know it, complete with exciting examples and practical advice. Deke shows how to open images, modify image size and resolution, and crop and straighten photographs. You can learn how to adjust brightness and contrast, correct color cast, and retouch portrait photos. Deke shows how to work with layers, leverage the Quick Mask mode, and develop photos in Camera Raw. He also covers text, printing, and the web. Come with questions, leave with answers—and a real sense of accomplishment.BeginnerCreativeGraphic Design
Windows Server 2019: Remote Access Solutions1 hour(s) 18 minute(s) Learn how Windows Server can be used to create a bridge and a secure gateway between the private networks of organizations of all sizes. System admins, whether experienced with or new to Windows Server 2019, can learn how to install and configure remote access services in this course. Instructor Scott Burrell covers planning and implementing Network Address Translation (NAT), implementing virtual private networks, using RADIUS to secure remote access, working with a network policy server (NPS), troubleshooting VPNs, and more. Upon wrapping up this course, you'll have the knowledge you need to set up remote access to an entire Windows network.BeginnerTechnologyNetwork and System Administration
Migrating from Microsoft SharePoint 2013 to SharePoint 20161 hour(s) 7 minute(s) Are you interested in making the move from SharePoint 2013 to SharePoint 2016? If so, this course can help by providing you with the knowledge you need to migrate from a previous version of SharePoint. Follow SharePoint MVP Brian Alderman as he reviews the new, changed, and deprecated features of SharePoint 2016, sharing reasons for making the switch. He highlights what you need to consider when planning your migration and helps you avoid common pitfalls, such as from lack of testing. To wrap up, he walks through the steps needed to complete a migration and verify that it was a success.IntermediateTechnologyNetwork and System Administration
Typography: Choosing and Combining Typefaces0 hour(s) 51 minute(s) With the hundreds of thousands of typefaces that are now available, knowing which to choose and how to combine them (or not) can seem intimidating and complicated. Art director and typography expert Ina Saltz demystifies the process in this course. She'll show you how to choose the right typeface for the job, considering factors such as readability, typographic anatomy, and historical context. She'll then demonstrate how to combine your chosen fonts effectively and harmoniously, based on contrast, similarity, or mood. Finally, knowing there's always an exception to the rule, Ina explains how breaking these guidelines might make sense for your design. Watch and start learning how to simplify your selection process, while taking advantage of the powerful visual arsenal typography can provide for your designs.IntermediateCreativeAnimation and Illustration, Motion Graphics and VFX, Graphic Design
Mastering for iTunes0 hour(s) 18 minute(s) In this free bonus course, author and recording engineer Bobby Owsinski explains best practices for mastering music and audio destined for sale on Apple iTunes with their new Mastered for iTunes high-resolution audio program. Bobby demonstrates how to use all of the Mastered for iTunes and iTunes Plus tools used in this process, such as AURoundTripAAC, which allows you to instantly compare the quality of the iTunes Plus AAC file format to your source file. He wraps up with an explanation of the Test Pressing feature, which allows you to preview and approve the encoded file before it's published on the iTunes Store.IntermediateCreativeAudio and Music
Adobe Captivate Essential Training4 hour(s) 6 minute(s) Captivate is a leading elearning authoring tool from Adobe that allows for the rapid creation of interactive learning content. In this course, David Rivers helps you get acquainted with the 2019 version of Adobe Captivate. David demonstrates how to create new elearning projects, add assets and interaction, work with audio and video, set up quizzes, and publish your elearning content in HTML5 to ensure that learners can view it on their mobile devices. Plus, David highlights features in Captivate 2019 that can help enhance the workflow of users who are familiar with Captivate, but have yet to work with this version of the software.BeginnerBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Training and Education
Creating a Finished Character Animation in Blender1 hour(s) 29 minute(s) With its free, professional-grade toolset, Blender gives 3D artists the ability to animate and tell stories they only dreamed of in the past. In this course, you will learn to use Blender to breathe life into a character and tell a story with animation and dialogue. The goal of the course will be to combine video references with the principles of character animation to create a walking, talking animated person: Arthur, a disgruntled office worker and thwarted musician. You'll learn how to use Blender's animation tools, work with a dialog track, and flesh out and light the scene. Your guide, David Andrade, will provide tips to help you imagine your own character's inner life and an overview of the post-production process for rendering the final video.IntermediateCreativeAnimation and Illustration, Visualization and Real-Time
PowerPoint 2013: Tips, Tricks, and Shortcuts3 hour(s) 5 minute(s) Make your PowerPoint presentations dazzle with these expert tips and tricks from David Rivers. Designed to help you use PowerPoint 2013 more efficiently, this course begins with the top 10 tips you should know, including how to repurpose slides from other presentations, create custom shapes and animations, and insert online video into a slide. From there, the course offers pro tips on managing files; using little-known keyboard shortcuts; getting the most out of your text, objects, and media; sharing your presentations; and much more. Need quick tips and shortcuts for other Office apps? Check out our other Power Shortcuts courses.IntermediateBusinessBusiness Software and Tools
Learning the iPad Pro (2019)0 hour(s) 53 minute(s) Learn how to set up and use the iPad Pro. Nick Brazzi offers a tour of the largest, fastest Apple tablet, explaining how it differs from standard iPads and how to leverage its unique features. Nick shows how to work with the Smart Keyboard and innovative pencil stylus, as well as how to use the USB-C port to charge the battery and connect to other accessories. Plus, he shares how to use the iPad Pro with popular creative and productivity apps, including OneNote, PowerPoint, and Excel.BeginnerBusinessBusiness Software and Tools
R para data scientist avanzado2 hour(s) 12 minute(s) Aprende R, uno de los entornos y lenguajes de programación enfocados al análisis estadístico más populares en el campo de la ciencia de datos. Domina su aplicación en el ámbito del machine learning, conoce la visualización a través del paquete ggplot2 y desarrolla tu análisis de manera efectiva a través de uno de los métodos estadísticos más destacados del último siglo para el trabajo con grandes volúmenes de datos: bootstrap.
WordPress Ecommerce: WooCommerce2 hour(s) 39 minute(s) Learn how to build an online store using one of the most popular and trusted ecommerce solutions for WordPress. WooCommerce provides advanced store management for physical, digital, and even subscription-based products in a clean and easy-to-understand package. Simply put, WordPress plus WooCommerce equals your online shopping portal on your terms. Join WooCommerce expert Patrick Rauland as he shows how to build your online store, complete with payment processing and shipping. Learn how to navigate the inventory, tax, and shipping settings; add products; manage sales; and customize your store's layout. Plus, learn how to integrate external services like Google Analytics and MailChimp for customer analytics and email marketing.BeginnerTechnologyWeb Development
Design the Web: Graphics and CSS Pseudo-Elements0 hour(s) 18 minute(s) Learn to combine graphics and pseudo-elements to add more design and layout possibilities without adding more HTML to your web pages. Combining web graphics and CSS3 pseudo-elements allows you to style text, add graphics, and position objects, all while keeping your HTML clean and organized and without sacrificing responsive elements of your design. This course was created by Chris Converse. We are honored to host this training in our library.BeginnerCreative, TechnologyWeb Design, Web Development
Learning JVM Languages: JVM, Java, Scala3 hour(s) 35 minute(s) Java virtual machine (JVM) interprets Java bytecode and translates it into action, enabling Java applications to be run on any computer. JVM apps can be written in Java or Scala—two object-oriented languages with their own feature and benefits. This course provides in-depth coverage of JVM and the basics of imperative, object-oriented, and functional programming in Java and Scala. Learn why you should develop on JVM and discover the tools, such as Eclipse and Gradle, that you need to start programming. Explore the Java Development Kit (JDK) and the toolkits and prebuilt classes included in the Java Class Library. Learn how to write Java code to implement classes and to create a simple web service, and then explore more complex topics in Scala, including the difference between functional and imperative programming. By the end of the course, you will have written multiple programs for JVM and will better understand the differences between the Java and Scala languages.IntermediateTechnologySoftware Development
Learning to Write Marketing Copy1 hour(s) 51 minute(s) Copy is the heart and soul of almost every marketing endeavor. Get a great foundation for all your campaigns with this course. Ian Lurie shows how to write copy that tells your story and sells your product or brand. Learn about the different types of copywriting, the benefits of drafting on paper (yes, paper!), observing general rules, writing headlines, selling the page, and rewriting existing copy to optimize it for different outlets and platforms. Ian shows how to manage a copyediting team, a brand voice, and an editorial calendar.BeginnerBusinessProfessional Development, Marketing
Learning FileMaker Go 161 hour(s) 16 minute(s) Get started with FileMaker Go 16, the free app that allows you to run your FileMaker custom apps on iOS devices like the iPhone and iPad. FileMaker expert Cris Ippolite begins the course by providing examples of real-world FileMaker Go custom apps. He shows how to navigate the FileMaker Go 16 interface, design custom apps for iOS devices, and use container fields to play movies, capture signatures, and scan barcodes. Cris helps you gain a practical understanding of the concepts covered in this course by providing guidance and examples based on his own experiences developing FileMaker Go apps for clients.BeginnerBusiness, TechnologyBusiness Software and Tools, Database Management, Data Science, Business Analysis and Strategy
Introducing Jupyter0 hour(s) 53 minute(s) Present your projects like a pro with a new tool, Jupyter Notebook. Jupyter Notebook is an open-source web application that allows you to create and share documents that contain live code, charts and graphics, and descriptive text. It’s ideal for machine learning, statistical modeling, and other projects that require analysis and visualization. Join instructor Josh McQuiston as he shows how to run Jupyter notebooks, streamline workflows, and use common graphs to visualize your data in uncommon ways. The lessons are illustrated with examples based in real data, so you get an accurate picture of the real-world impact Jupyter can make on your development projects.BeginnerTechnologySoftware Development
Learning Squarespace1 hour(s) 39 minute(s) You don't have to be a web designer or a programmer to make your own website. With the drag-and-drop features of the Squarespace website builder, you can build a professional and complete website for your small business or personal use. In this course, Brian Wood shows you how to use Squarespace to create a site quickly and get it up and running. Learn how to design your site, add pages and navigation, edit the content for pages, and finally launch your site.BeginnerCreative, BusinessWeb Design, Small Business and Entrepreneurship
Pro Tools 12 Essential Training9 hour(s) 53 minute(s) Pro Tools is the industry-standard software for music and post-production. Updated for version 12.5, this course covers the essential concepts and techniques necessary for recording, editing, mixing, and mastering in Pro Tools. Composer/producer Skye Lewin teaches you how to create music with virtual instruments and plugins, work with audio and video files, and make both basic edits and more advanced edits with tools like Elastic Time and Pitch. Plus, learn to create a musical score, write and edit automation, and mix with effects loops and more. Finally, discover how to bounce down a final master and export and archive your session. Whether you're a producer, a sound engineer, or a hobbyist, this course can help you become proficient in Pro Tools 12.BeginnerCreativeAudio and Music
Logo Animation Techniques2 hour(s) 56 minute(s) Bring a logo to life with After Effects. Logo animation is the bread and butter of many designers. After Effects gives you the creative and technical options to achieve about any effect your client desires. This course takes six real-world vector designs and uses After Effects to build short openers for each logo. Each method produces a different and unique result that communicates the story of the brand. All the techniques rely on the built-in tools inside After Effects, so there's no need from third-party software or plugins. Instructor Eran Stern introduces many popular effects, such as animated type, animated scribbles, and a series of reveals, including a particle reveal.IntermediateCreativeMotion Graphics and VFX
Illustrator: Seeing Through Transparency2 hour(s) 50 minute(s) In this installment of Illustrator Insider Training, Mordy Golding shows experienced Illustrator users how to create transparency effects and ensure reliable printing results. This course reviews the history of vector transparency and covers features such as knockout groups, opacity masks, and transparency flattening. Mordy also shows how to establish a safe workflow when placing Illustrator graphics containing transparency in PostScript, PDF, and InDesign files. A free worksheet is included with the course.IntermediateCreativeAnimation and Illustration, Graphic Design
Learning Articulate Storyline3 hour(s) 13 minute(s) In this course, David Rivers introduces you to Articulate Storyline, an elearning tool to help you build interactive content. Learn how to plan a Storyline project, create a presentation using all of the different assets and elements, work with media such as audio and video, and publish your project. You'll also discover how to assess the effectiveness of an elearning experience using the Storyline quiz features.BeginnerBusinessTraining and Education
Building and Securing RESTful APIs in ASP.NET Core4 hour(s) 25 minute(s) Most people have heard of RESTful APIs, but the underlying concept—representational state transfer (REST)—still causes confusion. REST is all about modeling resources that change. RESTful APIs use REST architecture along with HTTP requests to transfer data and changes in application state between clients and servers. This course breaks down the principles of RESTful design and show how to build secure RESTful APIs on top of ASP.NET Core. Nate Barbettini answers questions such as: What is RESTful design? How do you perform RESTful routing? How can you build reusable classes to represent resources? What role does caching play? And how do you secure RESTful APIs? He also covers topics such as data modeling, hypermedia relationships, and authentication and authorization. By the end of the course, you should know the basics—how to properly request and return data in ASP.NET Core—and the best practices for building secure and scalable APIs to serve web clients, mobile clients, and beyond.AdvancedTechnologyWeb Development, Software Development
Creative Thinking0 hour(s) 47 minute(s) While we often think of creativity as an inherent trait, anyone—whether they're an artist or an actuary—can learn how to be more creative. In this course, explore the different ways to learn creativity, and discover how to be more creative both on an individual basis and in a team setting. Instructor Drew Boyd shares a set of behaviors and techniques that can help you generate novel ideas or solutions to problems. He helps you understand the barriers to creativity, shares how to facilitate effective group sessions for a better creative output, explains how to select the best ideas, and more.BeginnerBusiness, CreativeContinuing Education (CEU), Professional Development, Graphic Design, Leadership and Management, Marketing
Illustrator: Symbols2 hour(s) 5 minute(s) Illustrator symbols can save designers a ton of time. They allow you to reuse pieces of artwork and update all the instances where you've used it all at once. And, as Justin Seeley explains, they also happen to reduce your document's file size. Follow along with Justin in this course as he shows you how to create your own symbols, save them to libraries, and make changes to symbols and their instances. You'll learn to scale, nest, resize, colorize, and even randomize the symbols in your documents. Plus, get three different practical uses for symbols: a simulated "master page" like you'd find in Adobe InDesign, a product mockup, and a website prototype.IntermediateCreativeAnimation and Illustration, Motion Graphics and VFX, Graphic Design
Learn Salesforce 2017: Lightning1 hour(s) 47 minute(s) Salespeople are responsible for knowing their customers inside and out. This means staying on top of contacts, as well as revenue numbers, product releases, and related news. Salesforce is the leading CRM for managing this data throughout the sales cycle. With the new Lightning platform, which saves reps time and maximizes sales productivity, there's no better time to get started using it. Watch this introductory course to explore Salesforce for managing sales clients and leads, as well as the many tasks associated with closing deals. Christine Pereira walks through the entire process from start to finish as she illustrates the sales flow through Salesforce. She shows how to create leads, convert leads into opportunities, track tasks, build simple reports, and create dashboards to visualize the sales pipeline. Follow along and discover how to use this powerful tool to make your job easier.BeginnerBusinessBusiness Software and Tools, Customer Service, Sales
Prototyping Microinteractions with Adobe Animate1 hour(s) 50 minute(s) Progress bars, ripple and pulsing effects, and other microinteractions should achieve a single task, and do so in a way that feels unobtrusive. But while these elements may be understated, they play an important role in a user's overall experience with your project. In this course, join Joseph Labrecque as he demonstrates how to prototype gestures and design a number of useful microinteractions for UX design projects using Adobe Animate. Explore the basics of creating motion within Animate, as well as how to prototype common gestures such as the double tap and long press. Finally, learn how to design a variety of microinteractions, including stretch and fill, icon transformation, and bouncing icons.IntermediateCreativeUser Experience
Running Microsoft Workloads on AWS2 hour(s) 14 minute(s) Amazon Web Services (AWS) has been running Microsoft workloads-the majority of workloads for enterprise customers-since 2006. This course provides guidance for successfully running Microsoft workloads after a migration to the Amazon cloud. Instructor Brien Posey teaches you how to create Windows EC2 instances, creating a native cloud-based Active Directory environment, join an instance to a Cloud AD, and manage resources with Amazon Lightsail.IntermediateTechnologyCloud Computing
Advanced NoSQL for Data Science1 hour(s) 56 minute(s) Many organizations are turning to NoSQL databases to store large volumes of complex data, sparking an increased need for data scientists and analysts to understand non-relational data stores. If you're a data scientist or business analyst who needs to work with NoSQL, then this course is for you. Learn about the differences between relational and NoSQL databases, review types of NoSQL databases, and see how to perform common data science tasks, including data preparation, exploration, and building and applying models. The course begins with an introduction to NoSQL, and then delves into the specifics of document, wide-column, and graph databases. Learn key details for performing data preparation, exploration, and extraction for each type of NoSQL database. Review case studies that show how to use various NoSQL databases with popular data science tools, including the document database MongoDB, the wide-column database Cassandra, and the graph database Neo4j.AdvancedTechnologySoftware Development, Database Management, Data Science
Creativity for All4 hour(s) 6 minute(s) The word "creativity" can conjure up images of groundbreaking stand-up routines and paintings that inspire awe hundreds of years after the artist's final brush stroke. But creativity isn't just possessed by a brilliant few. All of us—from accountants to event planners—regularly perform creative acts. It's what allows us to reorient a project gone awry or capture the perfect shot of our friend beaming at their birthday party. Our brains already have the built-in machinery to be wildly creative—some of us just need a bit of clarity on the process. This lively course provides you with precisely that. Get tips that can help you nurture your spontaneous impulses, reignite dormant creative powers, and leverage your innate creativity in all areas of your life. New instructors will be introduced as the course unfolds, allowing you to access a variety of unique takes on the creative process.Business, CreativeProfessional Development, Graphic Design, User Experience
3D Content Creation for Virtual Reality1 hour(s) 57 minute(s) Virtual reality is a booming industry. The technology for consumers and designers just keeps getting better. Learn how to take advantage of the newest advances in VR modeling, texturing, and rendering in this course with 3D artist and expert Craig Barr. Using Maya and Unity, you'll look at how to create assets that are efficient and effective, contributing to an overall more compelling virtual reality experience. If you're new to VR, watch the introductory chapter to get an overview of the terminology, technical considerations for designers (like refresh rate), and the most popular VR hardware, including the Oculus Rift. Craig then dives into modeling, texturing, and rendering, and offers some tips for making more sophisticated content with ambient lighting and effects. Plus, get insights on cutting-edge VR techniques, such as creating content in VR projects with Unreal Engine 4, Tilt Brush, SculptrVR, MakeVR, and more.IntermediateCreativeVisualization and Real-Time, Motion Graphics and VFX, Product and Manufacturing, AEC, Animation and Illustration
Cybersecurity Awareness: Malware Explained0 hour(s) 51 minute(s) Malware poses a threat to anyone who uses a computer. Malware is malicious software that "infects" your machine, giving control to hackers who may delete your files, access your credentials, or even drain your bank account. This course arms learners with the knowledge to avoid and defend against malware. Find out about the history of malware and how it works, and learn about the precautions you should take to protect yourself and your devices. Learn cybersecurity techniques to combat malware, including the most effective antimalware tools for dealing with viruses, ransomware, adware, and spyware. This course was created and produced by Mentor Source, Inc. We are honored to host this training in our library.BeginnerTechnologySecurity
Job Hunting for College Grads1 hour(s) 10 minute(s) Today's job market is different: more competitive and more volatile. College grads need to use every tool at their disposal in their job search. They need to know how to create a career plan, understand what companies are looking for, and stand apart from the competition. Personal branding expert Lida Citroën shows you how to present yourself to employers in the best light, from your resume to your social media presence, to your interview attire. Lida also shares best practices for finding and applying to jobs, and setting yourself up for success before graduation. She helps you understand how to use social media strategically to network with future coworkers and mentors, and research the companies you really want to work for. Her advice is focused on helping you find a good fit with an employer that matches your passion, salary requirements, and values.BusinessCareer Development
Muse: Business Catalyst Integration1 hour(s) 4 minute(s) Learn how to integrate Business Catalyst, Adobe's web hosting and marketing platform, with Muse CC, their one-stop shop for website creation. In this course, Justin Seeley shows how to create your first hosted website using the free version of Business Catalyst included with every Creative Cloud subscription. He then demonstrates how to make design changes to the site with Muse, and upload those changes to Business Catalyst. Plus, find out what you get when you upgrade to the premium hosting plan.IntermediateCreativeGraphic Design
Creating Reports and Presentations with R Markdown and RStudio2 hour(s) 40 minute(s) The pinnacle of a data science project is often the presentation of your findings. Data science is, after all, about deriving insights from data and then sharing those insights with others. This course shows how to design high-quality reports and presentations, including interactive web experiences and printable PDFs, using R Markdown and RStudio, the authoring framework designed specifically for data science. Instructor Martin John Hadley starts with an overview of the PDF and HTML reporting options. He then shows how to include R code in your documents and add visual interest with slides, charts, images, and tables. Plus, learn how to customize the styles in your document, override markdown, and insert prebuilt data visualizations with htmlwidgets. Last but not least, Martin explains how to publish your R Markdown documents for sharing and distribution.IntermediateTechnology, BusinessData Science, Business Analysis and Strategy, Business Software and Tools
Técnicas innovadoras de atención al cliente0 hour(s) 45 minute(s) Cuando hablamos de ofrecer un servicio de atención al cliente excelente, las empresas suelen querer que sus empleados piensen de manera innovadora. Los jefes y los empleados de primera línea, a su vez, quieren aprender nuevas técnicas para mejorar la evaluación del cliente sobre su servicio de atención. Este curso te presenta investigaciones que puedes utilizar para llevar tu servicio de atención al cliente al siguiente nivel. Jeff Toister te muestra cómo influir en la percepción de los clientes, mejorar tu sensibilidad para la atención al cliente y consolidad el trabajo en equipo para exceder las expectativas del cliente.
Lightroom Classic CC: Tips and Quick Fixes (2017)1 hour(s) 42 minute(s) Fix problem photos fast—and learn Classic Lightroom in the process—with this collection of quick fixes. In this course, Richard Harrington presents a just-the-facts approach to fixing problems in Lightroom. In each video, Richard addresses a specific problem—such as poor color balance or excessive noise—and then shows how to fix it. He demonstrates how to size images and retouch photos and shares tips and techniques for controlling focus, perspective, backgrounds, and more.BeginnerCreativePhotography
CASP+ Cert Prep: The Basics0 hour(s) 57 minute(s) Are you an information security or cybersecurity professional who wants to further your career and demonstrate your advanced skills to employers? The CompTIA Advanced Security Practitioner (CASP+) certification may be right for you. CASP+ validates advanced knowledge and skills in the areas of risk management, enterprise security operations and architecture, research and collaboration, and technical integration. This training course provides a high-level overview of the CASP+ certification and the qualifying exam. Find out if CASP+ is the right certification to meet your needs, learn about IT security careers where CASP+ can benefit you, and get an overview of the five domains that make up the CASP+ exam objective blueprint. Instructor Jason Dion also introduces test-taking tips to help you study for and pass the exam. We are a CompTIA Content Publishing Partner. As such, we are able to offer CompTIA exam vouchers at a 10% discount. For more information on how to obtain this discount, please download these PDF instructions.TechnologySecurity
VMware vSphere 6.5 Security0 hour(s) 38 minute(s) Learn how to administer the critical security components of vSphere 6.5, the data center virtualization platform from VMware. This course covers core vSphere security concepts, topics which are part of the VMware Certified Professional exam. Instructor Rick Crisci starts the course by demonstrating single sign-on (SSO) setup, followed by user role and permission configuration using vCenter. Then he explains how to secure virtual machines, harden host servers, and select encryption options. Explore ESXi, vMotion, and more, as he demonstrates common tasks that you may need to perform as a vSphere system administrator.IntermediateTechnologySecurity, Network and System Administration
Mastering Xamarin.Forms Development: 6 Data and Storage Strategies1 hour(s) 2 minute(s) The ability to store, access, and synchronize data across multiple devices—including phones, desktops, and tablets—is crucial to a high-quality user experience. Xamarin.Forms can help you address this need by making it easier to work with different platforms that have dissimilar concepts of local storage. In this installment of the nine-part Mastering Xamarin.Forms Development series, Scott Peterson tackles data storage in cross-platform apps built with Xamarin.Forms. Here, he discusses three common storage strategies in detail: local storage using dependency services to abstract platform differences, local database storage using SQLite, and offline storage and synchronization.IntermediateTechnologyMobile Development, Software Development
iOS 13 and iPadOS: iPhone and iPad New Features0 hour(s) 50 minute(s) Explore new features of iOS 13, including improvements to existing apps including Reminders, Health, and Photos, and discover features completely new to the iPhone and iPad, including Dark Mode, QuickPath typing, and the ability to attach external storage devices. Instructor Garrick Chow covers ways to remove location data from your photos before sharing, and new, easier ways to share and manage files. Find out about unique features of iPadOS, including Slide Over and Split View, and the ability to use a Bluetooth mouse with your iPad.IntermediateBusinessBusiness Software and Tools
UXPin for UX Design2 hour(s) 31 minute(s) Provide stakeholders with realistic, interactive prototypes so they can test and experience the intuitiveness of your designs. You can accomplish this by using a tool with features that help you achieve current user experience (UX) industry standards. In this course, learn how to use the popular UXPin platform to create wireframes, enhance mockups, add animation, share interactive prototypes, test responsiveness, and more. Discover how to create layouts for devices ranging from smartphones to tablets to desktops, and learn how to work with layered design files from Photoshop or Sketch.IntermediateCreativeUser Experience
Capture NX 2 Essential Training5 hour(s) 38 minute(s) In this course, photographer and teacher Ben Long shows how to use the Nikon Capture NX2 photo-editing software to perform nondestructive sharpening, white balancing, tonal and color corrections, and more. The course covers how to set preferences and define an efficient postproduction workflow, how to perform and automate a wide variety of image edits, how to work with RAW files, and how to get the best results when printing.BeginnerCreativePhotography
Access 2010 avanzado3 hour(s) 45 minute(s) Acompañado con los vídeos de video2brain podrás entender las reglas de normalización de Microsoft Access, importar datos existentes en otros sistemas, generar consultas de búsqueda y otros tipos, visualizar adecuadamente formularios y crear informes listos para ser enviados a una impresora.
Cinema 4D R17 Essential Training6 hour(s) 23 minute(s) Learn CINEMA 4D R17. From polygonal and spline modeling to lighting, rendering, and shading, this series of CINEMA 4D tutorials will get you up to speed quickly so that you can make great looking 3D graphics and animations with ease. CINEMA 4D (aka C4D) is a vital tool for anyone considering a career in motion graphics, visual effects, or animation. Whether you're just starting out or migrating to C4D from another program, CINEMA 4D R17 Essential Training has you covered. Craig Whitaker explores some of the new features in R17—the version released in August 2015—and segues into a quick-start chapter that reviews the entire CINEMA 4D workflow in just eight steps. The rest of the course divides CINEMA 4D's core functionality into individual chapters on spline modeling, polygonal modeling, deformers, materials and shaders, lighting, the MoGraph toolbox, animation, and rendering. Craig also shows how to composite your C4D work with live-action footage and other effects in After Effects, using the AEC or CINEWARE workflow. By the end of the course, you should be comfortable working with all of C4D's powerful tools.BeginnerCreativeVisualization and Real-Time, Animation and Illustration, Motion Graphics and VFX, Product and Manufacturing, AEC
Adobe Animate CC New Features3 hour(s) 0 minute(s) Adobe Animate is the focused animation software that takes all the best tools from Flash Professional and bundles them with the Creative Cloud. In this course, learn about the features and enhancements in the latest releases of Adobe Animate—including the November 2019 update—by following along with expert Joseph Labrecque. Explore the modern user interface, advanced Onion Skin settings, and GPU-accelerated vector brushes such as Fluid Brush. Explore the enhanced animation tooling, including Frame Picker enhancements and ease presets for classic and shape tweens. Plus, learn about interactivity enhancements, including global JavaScript declarations, the ability to include references to external JavaScript libraries, and two new properties for HTML5 Canvas video components: mute and poster.IntermediateCreativeWeb Design
Desarrollo Android avanzado: Librerías2 hour(s) 51 minute(s) Si desarrollas apps móviles para Android y percibes complejos los procesos de carga de imágenes, descarga de archivos o peticiones de servicios web, este curso te mostrará cómo las librerías pueden ayudarte. Descubre cuáles son las librerías más usadas en Android, comprueba cómo te pueden ayudar y aprende a utilizar las funciones principales de cada una de ellas. Conoce mediante ejemplos la lógica detrás de Gradle, Butter Knife, Picasso y OkHttp, y reduce el tiempo de desarrollo de una aplicación a la vez que mejoras sus funcionalidades.
Financial Record Keeping2 hour(s) 1 minute(s) Bookkeeping—financial record keeping—is the cornerstone of a healthy business. Accurate records ensure you can make intelligent decisions, stay on the right side of the IRS, and demonstrate the value of your business should you decide to sell it. Join accounting professors Jim and Kay Stice for this overview of financial record keeping. Learn how to create forecasts and a quantitative business plan, capture rudimentary business data such as sales and expenses, understand income tax reporting, and prepare detailed reports to help you attract financing from banks and other investors. This is an introductory course—no prior accounting knowledge is required. After taking it, you should understand the basics of this critical business function.BeginnerBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Small Business and Entrepreneurship, Finance and Accounting
HTML5: Animación e interactividad con canvas2 hour(s) 23 minute(s) Canvas es la herramienta ideal para añadir contenidos de alto nivel en nuestros desarrollos web en HTML5. En este curso video2brain aprenderemos a sacarle partido aprendiendo con ejemplos prácticos a realizar las tareas habituales, creando gráficos dinámicamente, ejecutando animaciones, añadiendo interactividad y creando filtros sobre imágenes, efectos de partículas y entornos 3D.
Ethical Hacking: Denial of Service1 hour(s) 33 minute(s) Ethical hacking involves testing to see if an organization's network is vulnerable to outside threats. Denial-of-service (DoS) attacks are one of the biggest threats out there. Being able to mitigate DoS attacks is one of the most desired skills for any IT security professional—and a key topic on the Certified Ethical Hacker exam. In this course, learn about the history of the major DoS attacks and the types of techniques hackers use to cripple wired and wireless networks, applications, and services on the infrastructure. Instructor Malcolm Shore covers the basic methods hackers use to flood networks and damage services, the rising threat of ransomware like Cryptolocker, mitigation techniques for detecting and defeating DoS attacks, and more. Note: The Ethical Hacking series maps to the 20 parts of the EC-Council Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) exam (312_50) version 10.IntermediateTechnologySecurity
Practical Test-Driven Development for Java Programmers3 hour(s) 50 minute(s) Learn how to use tests to drive the writing of your code, a key component of agile programming. More than just theory, this course covers a range of practical topics that can help Java developers get up and running with test-driven development (TDD). Instructor Matt Greencroft helps to acquaint you with the process that's required for TDD, as well as how to deal with real-world challenges you may encounter when carrying out TDD. Discover how to write your first test and determine what makes a good or bad test. Plus, learn how to test code where there's a dependency on third-party resources, how to create mocks and stubs with Mockito—a popular third-party library—and more.IntermediateTechnologySoftware Development
Creating Your First Spring Boot Microservice1 hour(s) 48 minute(s) Turbocharge your back-end Java RESTful API development with Spring Boot and Spring Data technologies. This course is intended for experienced Java developers who want to rapidly build microservices that connect with relational databases via the Java Persistence API (JPA). Here, Mary Ellen Bowman walks you through a step-by-step process for building a microservice with an exposed RESTful API featuring HATEOAS, paging, and sorting. Learn about technologies such as Spring Boot, Spring Data JPA, and Spring Data REST, and see how they all come together into smart and elegant solutions. To wrap up, Mary Ellen guides developers in migrating a microservice to a MongoDB data source.IntermediateTechnologyWeb Development, Software Development
Herramientas para teletrabajo: Trucos1 hour(s) 39 minute(s) El teletrabajo se ha convertido cada vez más en una realidad. Poder trabajar en movilidad, remotamente, desde cualquier parte del mundo es, sin duda, una ventaja en todos los sentidos, pero trabajar cómodamente y tener todas las herramientas y archivos a mano requiere de ciertos conocimientos. En este curso te daré consejos y trucos para que puedas trabajar como si estuvieses en tu oficina, sin importar el lugar donde te encuentres.
Photoshop CC práctico: Colorización de fotos2 hour(s) 51 minute(s) En este curso dedicado a la colorización vamos a dar color a diferentes imágenes en blanco y negro, procediendo de dos maneras que implican una gran cantidad de herramientas y conceptos dentro de Photoshop CC. El primer método, más intuitivo y artesanal, va dirigido a quienes tienen una inclinación al trabajo manual con el pincel; el segundo método utiliza capas de relleno asociadas a diferentes máscaras. Por último, daremos un repaso a lo que sería la luz lógica que va a tener nuestra fotografía con el color aplicado y de esta manera obtener unos mejores resultados en nuestro retoques.
Social Media in the Classroom1 hour(s) 55 minute(s) Learn how to harness common social media platforms—such as Twitter, Facebook, Google, YouTube, and Flickr—to accelerate student learning. Kevin Kelly explores using social media to aid content mastery, increase academic focus, and foster effective classroom debate. He covers engaging students with backchannels and polls, soliciting feedback for presentations, and assessing learning with Twitter, Facebook, and other tools. In a bonus chapter, he'll show how social media can extend students' experiences outside the classroom, providing opportunities for collaborative reading, group projects, fieldwork, and shared student portfolios.IntermediateBusinessTraining and Education
Video Gear: Cameras & Lenses6 hour(s) 45 minute(s) What's one of the best parts about being a video professional? All the cool gear! Rich Harrington and Robbie Carman team up in Video Gear to discuss the latest and greatest equipment for video production and post. In this course, they discuss some of the most popular cameras for video production, like the Blackmagic URSA 4K, Sony Alpha a7, Olympus OM-D E-M1, and Canon 5D Mark III. They review high-end prime and zoom lenses, as well as more cost-effective options, filters, and adapters, and show how to get high-quality results from an iPhone or iPad. Learn the right camera and lens combinations to use in tight spaces and for specific scenarios like product shots and time-lapse video. Find out how to avoid lens flare, rack focus shots, and match footage from different cameras. At the end of the course, they host a wide-angle "shootout" that puts a couple lenses to the test. Both cost and quality are evaluated at every turn, so you'll never have to worry about blowing your budget or compromising production value.IntermediateCreativeVideo
Insights on Long-Term Photojournalism Projects0 hour(s) 33 minute(s) When you think of a photo essay or photo story, chances are you think of a collection of photos that were shot over a relatively short period of time. But a photo essay can span years. Long-term photography projects are a great creative outlet that can yield a powerful body of work. For photojournalist Paul Taggart, long-term photography has been part of the assignment. Taggart lived in Beirut during the 2006 Lebanon War, and covered Haiti in the aftermath of the 2010 earthquake. While he took the typical photos demanded by international news agencies and magazines, he also shot dramatic panoramas that showed the full scope of these events. In this course, Paul shares images from Beirut and Port-au-Prince, and discusses the painstaking challenges and the rewards of this type of photojournalism.AdvancedCreativePhotography
Fundamentos de la gestión de programas0 hour(s) 51 minute(s) ¿Qué diferencias existen entre un proyecto y un programa? ¿A qué se dedican los gestores de programas? En este curso, responderemos a estas y otras preguntas, y veremos los fundamentos de la gestión de programas. Aprende las habilidades necesarias para ser gestor de programas, descubre los hitos y las fases implicadas en el ciclo de vida de un programa: desde la planificación hasta la entrega. Descubre cómo gestionar programas, vincular los programas a las estrategias de negocio, ofrecer resultados beneficiosos, comunicarte con las partes involucradas, dirigir actividades, trazar organigramas de programas y ofrecer asistencia a los procesos.
Prepara tu entrevista de trabajo2 hour(s) 30 minute(s) Si estás buscando empleo o estás pensando en cambiarte de trabajo, tienes que dedicar tiempo a analizar, planificar y practicar cómo realizar una entrevista de trabajo exitosa. En ese curso aprenderás qué evalúan las personas de selección a la hora de hacer una entrevista para que puedas prepararte convenientemente. Se analizarán los distintos tipos de entrevistas, los distintos tipos de evaluaciones que se suelen realizar y las preguntas posibles y te daremos consejos de qué deben hacer antes y durante la entrevista, cómo prepararte y qué preguntas conviene realizar y cuáles no.
Adobe Captivate Essential Training [2017]3 hour(s) 41 minute(s) Captivate is a leading elearning authoring tool from Adobe that allows for the rapid creation of interactive learning content. In this course, David Rivers helps you get acquainted with the 2017 version of Adobe Captivate. David demonstrates how to create new projects, add assets and interaction, work with audio and video, set up quizzes, and publish your elearning content in HTML5. Plus, David highlights new features in Captivate 2017 that can help enhance the workflow of users who are familiar with Captivate, but have yet to work with this version of the software.BeginnerBusinessTraining and Education
Aprende Behance1 hour(s) 39 minute(s) En términos generales Behance es una red social diseñada para conectar a los profesionales creativos de todos los ámbitos y disciplinas. La idea básica es compartir y exponer el trabajo con otras personas de todo el mundo, compartiendo ideas para hacer revisiones, colaborando con clientes o compañeros de trabajo, o simplemente utilizando el sistema para obtener nuevas ideas y seguir a otros creativos de cualquier lugar del mundo. Y esto es justo lo que aprenderás a hacer en este curso.
Branden Hall: Interactive Architect and Digital Maker0 hour(s) 44 minute(s) This course introduces Branden Hall, a software architect and programmer, who has spent well over a decade pushing the limits of the web, and teaching others how to do the same. The cofounder and CEO of Automata Studios, Branden is an acknowledged expert in the field of interactive media, producing award-winning work and authoring books that serve as touchstones for the design community. Branden opens up his personal studio and explains his fascination with "making," whether through programming or woodwork, and the magic behind bringing his ideas to life. Branden and crew also visit the BLOOM installation, a project designed to display artwork for La Plaza de Cultura y Artes, a museum dedicated to Mexican American history and culture in Los Angeles. Lynda then interviews Branden one-on-one, and they talk about Branden's beginnings, most notable projects, and where he sees himself and technology headed in the future.TechnologyNetwork and System Administration, Software Development
Learning Autodesk MatchMover1 hour(s) 6 minute(s) Autodesk MatchMover is the perfect camera-tracking companion for Maya, and it now comes bundled with Maya 2010 and later. Staff author George Maestri gives you an introduction to MatchMover's interface and automatic matching capabilities, and then shows how to import MatchMover scenes into Maya, solve for cameras, and do object-based tracking.BeginnerCreativeMotion Graphics and VFX
Drupal-Bootstrap práctico: creación de web corporativa para hotel3 hour(s) 2 minute(s) Para que sean competitivos, es muy importante que nuestros contenidos web tengan la mayor calidad posible. Una herramienta muy importante para conseguirlo es utilizar la tecnología adecuada. Esto es lo que enseñaremos en este curso de manera completamente práctica: vamos a combinar el mejor CMS con el mejor Framework RWD para crear contenidos de alta calidad para todo tipo de dispositivos. Por un lado, crearemos un sitio basado en Drupal, y sobre él, crearemos un tema basado en Bootstrap. Aprenderemos a aplicar técnicas de este framework para dar aspecto a nuestros contenidos. Para ello, utilizaremos algunos de los módulos más importantes de Drupal.
After Effects & Element 3D: Animating a Scene with Water1 hour(s) 31 minute(s) Learn how to create an animated shower scene for a product visualization inside Adobe After Effects. The complete scene features a chrome showerhead, water streams, steam, and a realistic background—all built in true 3D space with Element 3D, an AE plugin that makes it easy to build 3D objects and particle systems. Explore different shooting angles with the scene camera, and learn to add a depth-of-field camera. Discover how to completely automate the stream speed and thickness in a very natural looking way, all with sliding controllers. Then turn that effect into multiple similar (but not identical) streams, for a realistic shower spray. This is a project-based learning experience. Each step of the process is rich with object lessons that are applicable to the variations that a motion design and compositing artist will face in the real world.IntermediateCreativeMotion Graphics and VFX, Visualization and Real-Time
Lighting with Flash: Portrait of a Beekeeper and His Bees0 hour(s) 29 minute(s) In this installment of the Lighting with Flash series, photographer and publisher David Hobby employs compact flash units to light an outdoor environmental portrait of a beekeeper and his bees. For the portrait, David balances the light from two strobes with late-afternoon sunshine, using a snap-on grid to focus the light from one strobe and adjusting his camera's white balance to add warmth to shade-lit skin tones. Next, David addresses a more challenging subject: a humming hive of honeybees. Working quickly for obvious reasons, David uses his camera's automatic, through-the-lens (TTL) flash-exposure mode along with a ring-light adaptor for the strobe. The course concludes with some insights on David's approach to lighting and his choice of subject matter.IntermediateCreativePhotography
OS X Lion esencial6 hour(s) 8 minute(s) Si eres fan de Apple o apenas llegaste a esta plataforma, este curso video2brain es para ti, porque te presentamos Mac OS Lion desde cero para que sepas cómo funciona, cuáles son sus alcances y capacidades y conseguir usarlo al máximo. Verás todas sus novedades, que llevan al óptimo performance entre hardware y software a través de la experiencia de usuario multitouch, y otras tantas nuevas características que te dejarán claro que este león viene con todo para ser el rey del escritorio.
Google Docs Essential Training1 hour(s) 30 minute(s) Take a closer look at Google Docs and discover how to build and share documents with rich formatting, images, and tables. In this course, Jess Stratton shows how to get around the web-based interface, create new documents, and add features such as footnotes, headers and footers, and page numbering. You can also see how to make your documents more engaging by adding images, Google drawing objects, and tables. Then learn how to share docs with others—for real-time, simultaneous collaboration—and take your docs on the go with the Google Docs app for mobile devices.BeginnerBusinessBusiness Software and Tools
Enhancing a Sunset Photograph with Lightroom and Photoshop0 hour(s) 56 minute(s) Learn how to make your dusks and dawns more vivid, vibrant, and alive with Lightroom and Photoshop. This short, project-based course walks you through the steps needed to transform a dull sunset image into a beautiful photo worth sharing, using the tools in Lightroom and Photoshop. Leveling, cropping, retouching, and tone and contrast adjustments are par for the course, but Chris Orwig also shows how to take advantage of virtual copies to create different color treatments, and then combine those treatments in Photoshop for a really stunning final effect.IntermediateCreativePhotography
Excel para principiantes: Buscar datos1 hour(s) 1 minute(s) Aprende a optimizar tus búsquedas en Microsoft Excel para obtener los resultados esperados. Conoce funciones esenciales para tu día a día, como BuscarV, Si.Error, Indice o Coincidir, entre otras. Entiende todos los secretos de una búsqueda eficiente con este curso y alcanza nuevos niveles de productividad en tu trabajo con Excel.
Insights on Architectural Photography0 hour(s) 45 minute(s) Photographing architecture can mean many things: capturing a dramatic space for a magazine spread, shooting a flattering view of a room for a real estate advertisement, or just taking photos of interesting structures that you encounter in your travels. In each case, your goal is to make the building or room look its best through a combination of composition and lighting. You might also use props or do some furniture arranging to make a photo work better. And for exteriors, you might time your shot for a specific time of day to best capture the building's design. In this course, photographer Richard Klein discusses the art and science of photographing architecture, from interiors to exteriors and from small houses to skyscrapers.CreativePhotography
CompTIA A+ (220-1001) Cert Prep 1: The Basics1 hour(s) 18 minute(s) CompTIA A+ is one of the most widely recognized credentials for operational and support technicians, and is a springboard to a career in IT. CompTIA A+ Cert Prep is a comprehensive series designed to help you prepare for and pass the qualifying exams. This course covers topics from the CompTIA A+ Core 1 (220-1001) exam, including hardware basics and best practices for safety, communication, and professionalism. Instructor Mike Meyers reviews the tools of the trade, troubleshooting tips, and the anatomy of a typical PC. Details of the CompTIA A+ exams, including blueprints for the current exam, can be found at We are a CompTIA Content Publishing Partner. As such, we are able to offer CompTIA exam vouchers at a 10% discount. For more information on how to obtain this discount, please download these PDF instructions.BeginnerTechnologyIT Help Desk
Advanced 3ds Max and Maya Integration2 hour(s) 8 minute(s) Maya and 3ds Max are two of the most widely used commercial software packages for 3D graphics. Artists and studios commonly leverage the strengths of both toolsets, resulting in production pipelines that use more than one package. Whether you're switching to one of these programs, using both at the same time, or simply need to move assets back and forth, this course illustrates invaluable techniques and best practices for integrating these two powerful Autodesk applications. Aaron F. Ross shows how to manage assets, harmonize the interfaces and preferences, and transfer data, materials, and scenes, making the transition between Maya and 3ds Max as seamless as possible.AdvancedCreativeMotion Graphics and VFX, Animation and Illustration, Product and Manufacturing, AEC, Visualization and Real-Time
Learning Higher-Order Functions with Swift1 hour(s) 6 minute(s) By taking the time to truly grasp higher-order functions, you'll go from merely understanding the Swift language to mastering it. In this course, Bear Cahill shines a spotlight on higher-order functions in Swift, exploring what they are and how to use them. Bear starts by discussing the importance of higher-order functions and the basics of closures and functions as a basis for the rest of the course. He then covers a variety of higher-order functions—including sort, reduce, and compactMap—with a breakdown of the concepts behind each one (so you know when best to apply them). Learn about passing functions, closure optimizations, higher-order functions on strings, and more.AdvancedTechnologyMobile Development
Advanced Selenium: 3 Synchronization Strategies2 hour(s) 30 minute(s) One of the most common issues associated with automating GUI applications is flakiness: when sometimes a test works, but sometimes it fails—even though neither the application nor the test changed. One of the most common causes of intermittent execution is a failure to synchronize effectively. In this course, learn how to avoid flaky tests by effectively synchronizing your test code with the application state using Selenium WebDriver. Instructor Alan Richardson shares fixes to common problems and discusses the range of solutions available to help make WebDriver test automation robust and reliable. Discover how to use built-in WebDriver classes such as WebDriverWait, as well as external libraries like Awaitility. Plus, learn how to use JavascriptExecutor to run JavaScript as part of your WebDriver code; this can help you create workarounds and synchronize against internal application state.AdvancedTechnologySoftware Development
3ds Max 2010 esencial7 hour(s) 31 minute(s) Lánzate al mundo de las 3D con este completo curso en el que aprenderás el manejo de una de las herramientas más potentes de creación de gráficos en el mundo de las tres dimensiones. Crea objetos, construye escenas, maneja texturas e iluminaciones y disfruta a la vez que aprendes con este curso online de 3D Studio Max.
Learning Lean IT0 hour(s) 49 minute(s) How capable are you, your team, and your organization of responding quickly and efficiently, with quality and continuous improvement, to demands placed on you at high velocity? Lean IT provides a core set of principles, models, and practices to take your capabilities to the next level. This course covers that core set, including concepts such as value, value streams, flow, pull, and perfection. It helps you leverage lean for the current realities and driving needs in IT, especially “continuous everything.” Follow along with instructor David Pultorak to learn the basics of lean IT and prepare for the Lean IT Foundation exam. By the end of the course, you should be able to understand lean IT concepts and apply them to achieve high velocity and quick time to value, quality, and continual improvement. Learn more about Lean IT Foundation certification at and System Administration
Gamification of Learning2 hour(s) 16 minute(s) Gamification is an underutilized element in instructional design, but it's crucial to engaging today's learners and enabling content mastery. In this course, professor, instructional game designer, and author Karl Kapp lays the foundations of the theory, provides examples of gamification in three real-world learning scenarios, and breaks down the dynamics of gamification (aka what makes games fun!): escape, collection, discovery, pattern recognition, and other risk/reward activities. Plus, learn to put the different elements of gamification—from setting goals to providing multidimensional feedback and leveling up—to work for your classroom. If you don't have experience gaming, don't worry. Professor Kapp focuses on gamification as a design sensibility, making the principles clear to gamers and nongamers alike.BeginnerBusinessTraining and Education
Unity práctico: Videojuego 3D runner4 hour(s) 30 minute(s) Aprende a crear juegos 3D del tipo runner usando Unity. A partir de elementos ya creados por el equipo de diseño, en este curso verás cómo importar tu personaje y tu escenario, cómo agregar objetos de colisión y power-ups y cómo darle a cada pieza la animación, la lógica y los efectos necesarios para tener un videojuego totalmente funcional. Sigue el ejemplo propuesto paso y paso y aprende a crear atractivos juegos en 3D usando el poder de Unity y programación en C#.
Photoshop CS6: Fotografías panorámicas2 hour(s) 33 minute(s) Crea tus imágenes panorámicas de forma fácil y profesional. Te introduciremos al mundo de las imágenes panorámicas, donde ningún paisaje se nos resistirá. Paso a paso desde la selección, la composición, los contrastes y el toque final de la mano de video2brain.
Novedades Premiere Pro CC 2019.10 hour(s) 56 minute(s) Desde que Adobe Premiere Pro CC salió al mercado en abril de 2013, hemos visto cómo se han ido introduciendo múltiples herramientas nuevas, modificando los flujos de trabajo e incorporando funcionalidades que demandaban los usuarios de Final Cut o Avid, a un ritmo vertiginoso de actualizaciones bianuales. En este curso vamos a ver las novedades que nos trae la nueva versión del software, que en esta ocasión son menos numerosas que en el pasado, pero igual de importantes. Esta vez los cambios se orientan hacia la optimización de aspectos de trabajo con la aplicación, con múltiples mejoras en muchas de las características de la aplicación.
Creating a Calculation Tool with AngularJS 11 hour(s) 20 minute(s) Learn to create a useful web tool that calculates and converts results for your users. In this project, you'll help webpage visitors calculate their energy savings from switching to efficient LED and CFL light bulbs. Chris Converse walks through each step in the process: building the main HTML page, creating the form elements, styling the layout with CSS, and performing calculations on the input using JavaScript and AngularJS's data binding elements. Chris also helps you adjust the layout to display better on small screens and mobile devices. Using these lessons, and the free exercise files, you can build any kind of calculation tool for your clients, from shipping cost to mortgage payment calculators.IntermediateTechnologyWeb Development
Sketch Essential Training: The Basics2 hour(s) 34 minute(s) Sketch is one of the most popular UX design tools around. This course can help designers of all skill levels be productive with its focused, comprehensive workflow. Follow along with Chris Converse and learn the ins and outs of the Sketch interface, and how to design modern user experiences with Sketch, starting with project setup and working through to interactive prototyping. Chris shows how to create custom shared libraries, draw icons, work with imagery and typography, and share your designs across the web using the Sketch Cloud service. Finally, see how to export your work for developers or project teams for integration into their workflows. By the end of the course, you'll be able to use artboards, share libraries, draw icons, create prototypes, and export assets to high-definition PNGs, JPEGs, and PDFs.BeginnerCreativeUser Experience, Web Design
OneNote 2016 esencial0 hour(s) 56 minute(s) OneNote 2016 de Microsoft es una aplicación de toma de notas disponible en múltiples plataformas que se ha convertido en un auténtico servicio, dentro de las diferentes opciones existentes. En este curso aprenderás cómo funciona OneNote para Mac y verás cómo utilizarlo eficientemente. Descubre cómo tomar y gestionar notas desde tu equipo Windows para llevar a cabo un trabajo práctico y productivo.
Final Cut Pro X & Logic Pro X: 2 Mixing Dialog, Music, and Effects4 hour(s) 21 minute(s) Many filmmakers and editors who are comfortable with lighting, casting, and shot selection will cringe when it's time to work with sound. But if you're a filmmaker and can't afford a specialist, you should add audio to your skillset.   Award-winning sound designer Joe Godfrey has developed a system for handing off the dialog, music, and effects mix from a Final Cut Pro timeline to Logic Pro. Why Logic? Many of the tools the Final Cut editor is using began there, and Logic has great tools that can be applied to dialog, music, and effects, as well the final mix. There are some things you want to do—in the right order—and some common mistakes you want to avoid. This course covers them all. Learn how to import audio from Final Cut Pro X in Logic Pro X, fix any syncing issues, edit dialog to perfection, add special effects such as pitch shifting and automated EQ, enhance music, and bounce out the final mix, either as a composite track or stems that can be mastered separately.IntermediateCreativeVideo, Audio and Music
Creative Spark: Grammar Girl, Changing Writing One Word at a Time0 hour(s) 10 minute(s) Grammar is one of those topics that leaves even confident writers scratching their heads. But Grammar Girl, aka Mignon Fogarty, realized there was another way to teach it: Grammar could be fun! She started recording a podcast in her closet, which quickly became a website, a series of books—and a phenomenon, reaching over 50 million listeners. Find out how Grammar Girl evolved into the Quick and Dirty Tips network and led Mignon to develop her own iOS app—and see how she's using crowdfunding to support the development of her next venture: a board game called Peeve Wars.BusinessProfessional Development, Leadership and Management
Audio Foundations: Delay and Modulation2 hour(s) 20 minute(s) In this installment of Foundations of Audio, author Alex U. Case explains the fundamentals of delay and modulation effects and how to apply these effects, technically and creatively, to improve the sound of a mix. The course covers adjusting individual parameters such as delay time, level, and feedback; working with long delays to create echoes, enhance groove, and add support; using delay modulation for chorus and doubling effects; and dialing-in spectral effects from delay, such as flanging. This course also includes Get in the Mix (GITM) sessions for both Avid Pro Tools and Apple Logic Pro. Exercise files are also included with the course.BeginnerCreativeAudio and Music
AWK Essential Training2 hour(s) 1 minute(s) So you've got a large data set. New information is always coming in, and it's messy and inconsistent. Text files, Excel spreadsheets, web forms, email messages, and so on. You'd like to find a way to format it into something clean and consistent you can use in a database, and you'd like to automate that process as much as possible. Enter AWK, a command-line tool for Mac, Unix, and Linux that allows you to manipulate data in powerful ways. In this course, award-winning author and teacher David D. Levine shows you how to use AWK to read and write data in a variety of formats, produce reports, and automate repetitive tasks. He reviews the nuts and bolts of the language, such as field separators, pattern matching, variables, operators, expressions, and control structures; functions available for manipulating data; and integration with other programs like Excel.BeginnerTechnologyContinuing Education (CEU), Network and System Administration, Software Development
Photoshop CC: Retoque de joyería3 hour(s) 15 minute(s) En este especial de retoque fotográfico dedicado a la joyería, hemos hecho una selección de imágenes que pueden darnos problemas al realizar un catálogo de joyería. Los brillos perdidos, los reflejos de ventanas, los colores que no corresponden al real, y cómo no, el oro o la plata que no aparentan lo que vale. En este curso te ilustraremos cómo cambiar fondos, cómo solventar los problemas comunes y cómo potenciar tus imágenes de joyas.
Vanilla JavaScript: Mobile Game Programming2 hour(s) 29 minute(s) Every developer wants to write fast and mobile-friendly projects. Using a game to practice JavaScript programming will enhance your skills in all areas of development: whether you’re designing corporate websites, ecommerce apps, multimedia players, complex interactive navigation, or yes, games. Join instructor Tom Duffy as he guides you through practical exercises that will build your JavaScript skills the fun way. Learn how to create and animate HTML objects, handle user input, implement a game loop, determine how objects interact, and style all the elements with CSS. Tom also shows how to incorporate music and sound effects and test the final game using Android and iOS emulators. By the end of the course, you’ll have “gamed” your way to better vanilla JavaScript skills.IntermediateTechnologyMobile Development, Web Development
Project Management Foundations: Integration0 hour(s) 44 minute(s) In order to keep a project on track from kickoff to completion, it's critical that you have a mastery of integration management. Project Integration Management ensures all processes in a project run smoothly, and results in a properly synchronized series of deliverables such as the project charter and plan. In this course, Oliver Yarbrough details how to properly approach Project Integration Management, providing project managers with tactical knowledge on how to successfully integrate all the components of a project. Along the way, Oliver goes over each of the key processes in the Project Integration Management Knowledge Area; shares best practices for managing project constraints and facilitating interactions; and acquaints you with emerging trends, including artificial intelligence.BeginnerBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Project Management
Cert Prep: CompTIA Security+ Exam (SY0-501): The Basics0 hour(s) 46 minute(s) Are you interested in taking the CompTIA Security+ exam to become certified? Pursuing this certification requires a thorough understanding of how to secure networks and devices, participate in risk mitigation activities, and more. This overview course provides CompTIA Security+ candidates with essential information they need to register and prepare for the exam. Cybersecurity expert Mike Chapple goes over the six knowledge domains for exam SY0-501-all of which are covered in greater depth in the other courses in this series-and shares study tips that can help you feel prepared to take and pass the test on your first try. This course works in coordination with the six-course Security+ series and provides a 90-question practice exam as a post-course assessment. We are a CompTIA Content Publishing Partner. As such, we are able to offer CompTIA exam vouchers at a 10% discount. For more information on how to obtain this discount, please download these PDF instructions.BeginnerTechnologySecurity
Learning Microsoft Power BI Desktop3 hour(s) 12 minute(s) Power BI Desktop—the powerful data analysis and visualization software from Microsoft—can help you get more insights from your data, whether that data is stored on your computer or in the cloud. In this course, learn how to connect to and merge data with Microsoft Power BI Desktop. Discover how to connect various data sources, including Excel, Access, and web data sources (including Facebook), and search and transform the data with simple queries. Instructor Gini von Courter also shows how to create relationships between data sources, merge data, and build and share reports.BeginnerBusiness, TechnologyBusiness Analysis and Strategy, Data Science
After Effects CS6 esencial8 hour(s) 9 minute(s) Con este completo curso de After Effects CS6, video2brain te enseña a utilizar esta potente aplicación de composición y generación de efectos y por su puesto a utilizar las novedosas funcionalidades que incorpora esta versión. Descubre las novedades de la versión CS6, aprende a usar todos sus paneles y características y, en definitiva, saca todo el jugo a esta potente herramienta de postproducción de vídeo y creación de efectos.
Execute a Design Sprint with Framer X0 hour(s) 55 minute(s) Design sprints are fast-paced processes that help UX designers and researchers. Curious about how design sprints work in a real-world environment? In this course, Emmanuel Henri helps you get up to speed, showing how to complete design sprints using Framer X, a powerful design prototyping tool that allows users to craft intricate designs, design responsive layouts, and create interactions. After going over the basic daily steps involved in a design sprint, Emmanuel helps you get up and running with Framer X, gather visual inspiration for your project, build your very first prototype, and add interactions to it.IntermediateCreativeUser Experience, Graphic Design
Designing Icons for the Web2 hour(s) 50 minute(s) Learn techniques and best practices for designing smart, visually interesting web icons in any software, in this guide with senior author James Williamson. First, find out what makes icons most effective and how to plan your design right from the start. Then review the best practices for brainstorming, sketching your ideas, and finding the right visual metaphors. James shows how to build your designs at high resolutions and create variations that will work at smaller sizes. Finally, learn how to export your work to multiple file types, and optimize SVGs, one of the most popular formats for icons.IntermediateCreativeWeb Design, User Experience
Articulate Storyline: Advanced Techniques2 hour(s) 11 minute(s) Do more with Articulate Storyline. Author and Storyline pro Daniel Brigham shows you how to used its advanced features to make your courses more consistent, engaging, and robust. After reviewing the core concepts behind Storyline, Daniel covers working with layers and triggers and using templates and master slides to decrease your development time and increase the consistency of your slides. He'll also show you how to embed web and interactive video in your slides, and use variables to individualize the learning experience.AdvancedBusinessTraining and Education
Gestión de proyectos simplificada1 hour(s) 26 minute(s) Con algunas técnicas sencillas sobre la gestión de proyectos podrás optimizar tu trabajo ya que, en el fondo, casi todo lo que haces en el trabajo es un proyecto; desde la tarea más pequeña hasta tu labor más grande. En este curso, aprenderás los doce pasos de la gestión de proyectos, que podrás aplicar sin mucho esfuerzo, y verás cómo usar herramientas tradicionales de gestión de proyectos, como los diagramas de Gantt y los diagramas de red para que gestiones tu carga de trabajo.
Teaching Civility in the Workplace0 hour(s) 50 minute(s) Focusing on eradicating negative behaviors isn’t always enough to create a happy workplace. Employees and managers also need to learn what they should do to make their environment a respectful and pleasant one. In this course, join Catherine Mattice Zundel as she shares how to create a happier, healthier workplace by teaching civility and setting a good example with your own behavior. Learn about negative behavior as a social phenomenon, what microaggressions look like in action, and how to replace negative language with positive words. Plus, get tips for becoming a more active listener, standing up for yourself when you experience microaggressions and incivility, and coaching others.BeginnerBusinessHuman Resources, Continuing Education (CEU), Leadership and Management
PHP: Performance Optimization2 hour(s) 25 minute(s) User retention and sales conversion is directly impacted by a site's speed. However, enhancing the performance of a large website can be tricky, and requires a mix of art and science. In this course, learn about a variety of tools and techniques for developing high-performing PHP software. Instructor Justin Yost discusses how to think about performance optimization, measure the performance of your PHP software, test to ensure you're not losing users to a slow page load, optimize your database queries, and more.IntermediateTechnologyWeb Development
Docker Essential Training: 2 Orchestration1 hour(s) 4 minute(s) Enhance your Docker skillset by learning about Docker container technologies, with an emphasis on container orchestration. In this course, instructor David Davis covers how Docker container orchestration works and shares important tips you'll need to prepare for the Docker Certified Associate (DCA) exam. Specifically, he steps through how to set up a Docker Swarm cluster, deploy Swarm services, troubleshoot Docker Swarm, and more. By reviewing these concepts, he helps to prepare you for the first domain of the Docker Certified Associate exam.IntermediateTechnologyDevOps, Software Development
Photoshop Color Correction: Low Contrast0 hour(s) 10 minute(s) Low-contrast images pose a special challenge when it comes to color correction. Join Taz Tally in this quick project-based course, as he shows you how to analyze a low-contrast image using histogram data, and select the proper tools in Adobe Photoshop to correct its problems.IntermediateCreativePhotography
React: Replacing Legacy Projects1 hour(s) 29 minute(s) While it's lots of fun to create new applications from scratch using the latest and greatest technologies, porting old applications to new approaches requires stepping back a bit. Updating to a modern framework means reconsidering many other connected decisions. In this project-based course, Emmanuel Henri helps you tackle the conversion process with confidence by demonstrating how to upgrade legacy apps or websites to React. To illustrate the different steps in this workflow, Emmanuel takes you through the conversion of a Vanilla JS project into a React app. He covers the tools you'll need to build a React app, and shows how to dissect an old webpage into components, set up the state with static data, add an external backend with Firebase, add navigation and routing, and ensure that you're following best practices.IntermediateTechnologyWeb Development
Learning PowerPoint Desktop (Office 365)1 hour(s) 11 minute(s) Get started with PowerPoint for Office 365. This course is for anyone who's new to PowerPoint and would like to create and present slideshows and presentations. Staff instructor Garrick Chow begins by showing how to create a new presentation from scratch or by choosing a template from the hundreds available in the PowerPoint Presentation Gallery. Next, Garrick explains how to add content such as text, images, audio and video, and even links in PowerPoint slides. You can also learn how to add engagement with animated transitions, and export, share, and deliver your presentation.BeginnerBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Business Software and Tools
Remixing Techniques: Time Stretching2 hour(s) 51 minute(s) In this course, author Josh Harris demonstrates time-stretching techniques in four of the major digital audio workstations: Pro Tools, Logic Pro, Reason, and Ableton Live. Josh covers the basic time-stretching treatments, where minimal tempo adjustment is needed, and then moves into more difficult territory—remixing at a much slower or faster tempo than what the original tracks were recorded at—where time stretching is pushed to the extreme. Another technique shows how to create a composite vocal from multiple time-stretched tracks. Each lesson employs real-world musical examples to clearly show where each time-stretching technique is useful and how the results of time stretching affect the sound of a song.IntermediateCreativeAudio and Music
IT Service Desk: Customer Service Fundamentals1 hour(s) 51 minute(s) Put the "help" in help desk and the "support" in support specialist by implementing proven techniques that both resolve issues and increase customer satisfaction. In this course, join Fancy Mills as she shares how to take your IT service desk beyond identifying and resolving problems, to also building rapport with customers by alleviating their frustrations. She discusses how to update your operations to include the customer service skills needed for today's customer. First, Fancy provides guidance on how to use the right types of questions to gather information about an issue. Then, she explains how to professionally handle common customer service tasks, like escalating and transferring calls. Then, she shows how to hone interactions with customers by refining communications—acknowledging how tone and word choice can diffuse tension. She wraps up by covering common customer behavior scenarios in which the tools, techniques, and strategies from the course can be applied.BeginnerTechnologyIT Help Desk, Continuing Education (CEU)
Learning Visio 20131 hour(s) 56 minute(s) Learn how to quickly create professional diagrams with Microsoft Visio 2013. In this course, instructor David Rivers takes you on a tour of the new Visio interface, and shows how to customize the ribbon, Quick Access toolbar, and preferences to suit your needs. Then learn how to build diagrams from templates, import images, and work with shapes. David also explores how to apply a variety of themes, effects, and colors to diagrams; manipulate SmartShapes; and create your own customized themes. The last chapter covers the ins and outs of collaborating and sharing diagrams through printing, SkyDrive, external sources, and the cloud.BeginnerBusinessBusiness Software and Tools
Algorithmic Trading and Stocks Essential Training1 hour(s) 29 minute(s) Many stock market trades are now conducted with algorithms: computer programs that buy or sell stocks according to mathematical formulas. These trades are conducted at a speed and frequency that is hard for humans to replicate. Therefore, it's important for finance professionals, and indeed everyone who invests in the stock market, to know how these algorithms work. This course shows how to develop a back-tested, rules-based trading strategy and program a simple trading algorithm of your own. Professor Michael McDonald provides a brief primer on securities markets. He explains how data helps investors forecast performance and automate trading. Then he moves into the practical steps: coming up with algorithmic trading rules and developing and testing an algorithm. Finally, he shows how the algorithm can be applied and eventually expanded to other securities. Anyone working in financial services, or interested in investing in the stock market, will be able to use these tutorials to understand and develop simple trading algorithms of their own.IntermediateBusiness, TechnologyContinuing Education (CEU), Business Analysis and Strategy, Data Science
Windows Server 2012 R2: Configuración de servicios de red avanzados2 hour(s) 40 minute(s) Aprende a gestionar la configuración avanzada de DHCP para escenarios complejos, trabajando con conceptos como superámbitos e implementando entornos de alta disponibilidad. Configura correctamente las DNS, revisa los tipos de zona, su comportamiento, replicación, registros y opciones avanzadas, así como la securización de nuestros servidores DNS. Configura el enrutamiento y el acceso remoto con una red virtual privada VPN y DirectAccess y el Servicio de administración de direcciones IP o IPAM en Windows Server 2012 R2.
AWS for Developers: Simple Email Service (SES)1 hour(s) 20 minute(s) Amazon SES is one of the most cost-effective solutions for reliably delivering email. SES eliminates the hassle of managing outgoing SMTP servers and Amazon maintains relationships with all the large email providers, which will improve your reputation as an email sender and increase your delivery rate. To learn more about using SES for email delivery, join Jeremy "JV" Villeneuve in this hands-on, introductory training course. JV explains how to configure your domain for SES and set up your credentials so you can start sending email with SES using SMTP. He then walks through a practical example that shows how to send email from a WordPress site. In chapter three, JV explains how to monitor your sender reputation and reduce the number of bounces and complaints you receive, so your account avoids the risk of probation. Plus, learn how you can automatically remove bounced email addresses from your lists using customized Lambda functions.IntermediateTechnologyCloud Computing
Figma: Working with Clients0 hour(s) 33 minute(s) Explore an effective client workflow with Figma, the team-oriented design tool. Learn about the best ways to structure a Figma project for client interaction, how to use Figma to create an experience from static designs, and ways to use Figma to iterate a design project alongside developers and clients. Plus, see how to present Figma designs, experiences, and prototypes.IntermediateCreativeUser Experience
VFX Techniques: Compositing an Explosion with Fusion 72 hour(s) 55 minute(s) Make your films more "explosive" with Fusion, Blackmagic Design's free compositing software. This course covers the steps necessary to create a 3D scene integrating live-action footage with 3D virtual renders of a car explosion. Artist/author Lee Lanier shows how to import the assets you'll need for the shoot (including video, static artwork, and 3D renders), assemble the footage with node-based compositing, and make the composite seamless with color grading. Fluid dynamics simulations from Maya are used to emulate the explosion, dust, and debris of the explosion, and Lee achieves realistic rendering through the use of materials, lights, cameras, reflections, shadows, motion blur, and depth of field. Start watching to put this essential VFX technique into practice in your own films.IntermediateCreativeMotion Graphics and VFX
Data scientist: Estadística esencial1 hour(s) 10 minute(s) Aprende estadística para ciencia de datos. Conoce esta disciplina indispensable en prácticamente todas las áreas profesionales, especialmente ahora gracias al auge imparable del big data. Entiende cómo trabajar con grandes volúmenes de datos y obtener información veraz para una toma de decisiones eficaz, en base a la descripción y el posible comportamiento de los mismos. Profundiza en cuáles son los diferentes tipos de variables, cómo se representan visualmente, o qué es la tendencia o la dispersión, entre otros conceptos esenciales.
Learning Dropbox1 hour(s) 27 minute(s) Get up to speed quickly with Dropbox, the ubiquitous cloud storage and file-sharing service. In this concise course, Keith Gilbert shows how to set up and configure Dropbox, and leverage its features to protect and share your files. Keith demonstrates how to use Dropbox for file backup, synchronization, version control, collaboration, and photo and file sharing. He also shows how Dropbox can extend the power of apps on your mobile devices. DISCLAIMER: This course includes trademarks owned by Dropbox, Inc. This course has not been prepared, approved, or endorsed by Dropbox, Inc.BeginnerBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Business Software and Tools
The Basics of 360 Video1 hour(s) 25 minute(s) 360-degree videography offers new possibilities for storytelling and immersive user experiences. It is a growing trend in content creation—and a valuable skill to incorporate into your production toolset. In this course, author Nick Harauz covers the basics of shooting and editing 360 video. He discusses what 360 video is, how the technology is evolving, and the tools and techniques you need to plan, shoot, and edit compelling 360 content. Explore topics such as acquiring the right equipment, capturing 360 audio, and editing footage into a professional-looking project. Nick also provides a tour of the Insta360 One X and Vuze XR cameras, as well as some overlooked features built right into your iOS or Android phone. Plus, learn the best platform to share your 360 projects, from Facebook to Flickr VR.BeginnerCreativeVideo
Empathy for Customer Service Professionals0 hour(s) 20 minute(s) Customer service people may answer questions accurately and resolve problems swiftly, but the interaction can still end badly if a customer doesn't feel positive. Learn about how practicing empathy—building a connection—makes customers feel cared about and creates rapport. Instructor Myra Golden shares three keys to empathy in customer service and reveals how to use empathy to put customers at ease and reduce callbacks. Learn about how to use empathy to your advantage with difficult customers. Plus, if genuine empathy is challenging, Myra shares a formula for conveying empathy even when it doesn't come naturally.BeginnerBusinessCustomer Service
CISSP Cert Prep: 3 Security Architecture and Engineering4 hour(s) 21 minute(s) Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) is the gold standard in IT security certification. Prepare for domain three of the exam-Security Architecture and Engineering-in this installment of CISSP Cert Prep. Security engineering ensures systems are designed to deal with all sorts of risks and disruptions, from hackers and database meltdowns to electrical outages. In this course, security expert Mike Chapple covers everything you need to know to balance business needs with security risks and design more secure systems. He covers cloud computing, as well as hardware, web, and mobile security; client and server vulnerabilities; smart device security; and physical security, such as site design and monitoring. Plus, get a deep dive into cryptography, one of the most powerful tools that IT pros can use to secure data and accounts. Find the companion study books at the Sybex test prep site and review the complete CISSP Body of Knowledge at You can also join Mike's free study group at Computing, Security
Vehicle Rigging in Maya3 hour(s) 38 minute(s) Learn to rig a car model in Autodesk Maya for use in animation, games, design visualization, and visual effects. Author Adam Crespi starts with an overview of parenting and hierarchy, moving into separating the model into working components. From there, you'll learn about creating controllers, constructing functioning wheel assemblies, and constraining the suspension. Expressions are used to tie the rig components together and add a degree of autonomous motion and rotation. Last, a bonus chapter on materials shows how to add realistic shaders onto the car and tie the controls to functionality such as operable headlights and taillights. Note: Some experience with polygonal modeling in Maya and beginning knowledge of rigging and constraints will help you get the most from this course.IntermediateCreativeAnimation and Illustration
Prototyping AR User Experiences with Framer0 hour(s) 51 minute(s) The possibilities for augmented reality (AR) are nearly endless. Developers and designers can leverage this technology to create lively experiences that educate and entertain users. In this course, join instructor Emmanuel Henri as he steps through the conception and creation of an AR-based app prototype using Framer. He begins the course by providing a brief overview of AR and demonstrating how to set up a project in Framer. He then shows how to build AR elements in Framer, explaining how to use modules, add 3D elements into a scene, insert UI elements, and add a few interactions. To wrap up, he shares how to insert a video background to simulate a full AR experience.IntermediateCreativeUser Experience
Aprende a trabajar con gráficos de Gantt1 hour(s) 44 minute(s) Un uso correcto de los gráficos de Gantt les convierte en la herramienta mas útil para la gestión de proyectos. Esto es así porque permiten una comunicación clara y precisa de un proyecto, así como la optimización en el uso de los recursos. Por lo tanto, la gestión del tiempo, el coste e incluso la calidad se facilita a través de este gráfico. En este curso no solo aprenderemos esto, sino que te mostraremos algunos trucos para crearlos de forma sencilla y rápida. Independientemente de tu conocimiento en la gestión de proyectos al final de este curso, entenderás perfectamente los gráficos de Gantt y no querrás dejar de usarlos.
SharePoint: Mobilizing Workflows with PowerApps0 hour(s) 52 minute(s) Access your existing SharePoint applications wherever you go by creating a PowerApp. In this course, Gini von Courter explains how to access the lists and workflows you've built in SharePoint on a mobile device or in a browser by creating a PowerApp. Gini covers topics such as how to create an app from SharePoint, how to package the app, and deployment to mobile devices. These techniques will work only for SharePoint and SharePoint Designer workflows, and not workflows created in Microsoft Flow.IntermediateBusiness, TechnologyContinuing Education (CEU), Business Software and Tools, Business Analysis and Strategy, Data Science
Learning ARKit for Developers1 hour(s) 33 minute(s) If you're intrigued by the potential of augmented reality (AR)—and want to start incorporating this exciting technology in new and existing products—then this project-based course is for you. Here, learn what you need to know to create AR apps using the powerful ARKit and SpriteKit frameworks. Explore how SpriteKit and ARKit work together, how to set up an ARKit project, how to use 3D anchors, and more. In addition to covering the fundamentals of both frameworks, this course provides you with an opportunity to apply what you learned by creating a fun AR game.IntermediateTechnologySoftware Development
Illustrator para diseño web4 hour(s) 35 minute(s) La creación de bocetos para web con Illustrator es una tarea de lo más cotidiana hoy en día. Este curso video2brain nos lleva por todo el flujo de trabajo de creación de vectores para web, desde los conceptos básicos hasta la exportación optimizada, con excelentes trucos y consejos profesionales.
After Effects Compositing: 3 Advanced Matching and Looks2 hour(s) 9 minute(s) Compositing is all about matching, and in this course we go beyond the fundamentals of matching foreground and background, into the realm of the truly cinematic. Learn how to use the Curves control to surpass what is possible with any other color-adjustment tool in After Effects. Discover how to match the full conditions of the shot as the camera sees it, including back lighting, lens distortion, and other lens and frame-rate artifacts. To make a shot or sequence that belongs in your movie, you need to know how to flatten the shot so that you can use tools such as Magic Bullet Mojo or Looks to make it look truly cinematic. But even beyond making it flat, it's best for it to have the full depth and response of color as we see it in the natural world, and that requires the use of 32-bit-per-channel HDR. And for maximum drama, you want to be able to play with time itself, and motion blur as well. In this course, Mark Christiansen takes you through all these scenarios and the next step in After Effects compositing: matching a shot and making it look not only realistic, but cinematic.AdvancedCreativeMotion Graphics and VFX
Agile at Work: Getting Better with Agile Retrospectives1 hour(s) 3 minute(s) Designed to help increase the pace and quality of a team’s work, agile retrospectives utilize a structured format to gather insights, identify challenges, create a more agile mindset, and make a team more productive and successful. Author Doug Rose outlines the five phases of a successful retrospective: setting the right direction, getting all the issues on the table, gathering insights from the team, making decisions, and applying changes. He describes how to use a starfish diagram or PANCAKE approach to facilitate a comfortable and effective retrospective, and finally, discusses the importance of closing a retrospective with clear action items for the next sprint.BeginnerBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Project Management
Protecting Profitability by Reducing Financial Risk1 hour(s) 53 minute(s) Running a company is inherently a risky business. But with a cohesive risk management program, you can reduce financial liability, protect your property and your people, and make sure you stay open for business—no matter what happens. This course offers practical and implementation-ready solutions to protect organizational knowledge and valuation while reducing financial risk for businesses of all sizes and industries. It is designed for business owners, executives, and risk managers who want to protect digital, intellectual, and physical assets; keep employees safe; and guard against cyber threats as well as natural and man-made disasters. Business continuity expert Dan Weedin first reviews the risk management process, from identifying exposures to implementing and monitoring a risk management program. Then he shows how to protect your company by building a strong team that keeps organizational knowledge in-house and operational. Plus, learn how to plan for risks that are unique to the digital age, such as IP theft and cyberattacks, and buy insurance to mitigate financial loss in the worst-case scenario.IntermediateBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Finance and Accounting
Pro Tools: Mixing and Mastering10 hour(s) 32 minute(s) After recording and editing a session, take advantage of the lessons in Pro Tools Mixing and Mastering to refine the final mix and master of your project. Avid Certified Expert and pro mix engineer Brian Lee White covers all the basic mixing tools that every producer and engineer should know, from using EQ to add clarity and focus to applying compression and limiting to control dynamics and maximize track levels within a mix. The course stresses the importance of creating a solid mixing plan and setting up the studio before beginning any work in Pro Tools. Throughout the course, Brian lends his insights, inspirations, and studio secrets from over a decade of professional mixing to help you become a better mixer.IntermediateCreativeAudio and Music
An Insider's Guide to Today's Music Biz: 5 Managers0 hour(s) 51 minute(s) Most artists know they need a great manager. But finding one is tough. Before focusing on who your manager will be, you need to look at the what, where, why, and when of the manager's role. Once you understand those job requirements, it will make identifying a manager a lot easier. This installment of Steve Rennie's series, An Insider's Guide to Today's Music Biz, talks about the artist-manager relationship and how to get the most out of it, whether you are an artist or other music professional. Learn how to get the attention of managers, the right questions to ask when you meet with a manager, and the important things to think about when you hire your manager.BeginnerCreative, BusinessAudio and Music, Small Business and Entrepreneurship
One Minute Motivational Tips for Songwriters0 hour(s) 48 minute(s) Songwriters sometimes encounter creative roadblocks. Even the most passionate musicians can get discouraged. In this course, Cliff Goldmacher offers a series of quick tips to keep yourself motivated and focused on your music. He breaks the advice down into three key areas: songwriting pointers, career tips, and big-picture observations to keep everything in perspective. The tips range from mental nudges and motivators, to setting up your environment and planning your session to make the most of your time. You can also learn how to overcome writer’s block and find inspiration to write when creativity is at a low. Whether you’re an experienced pro that needs a fresh start or a new songwriter that doesn’t know where to begin, Cliff’s tips will help you reset and refocus, so songwriting feels effortless and enjoyable again.BeginnerCreativeAudio and Music
C#: Creación de una app con machine learning1 hour(s) 26 minute(s) Aprende a desarrollar una aplicación con el framework ML.NET de Microsoft. Dedicaremos una parte del curso a los aspectos teóricos de Maching Learning. Conoceremos sus fundamentos, historia y aplicaciones. Luego, pasaremos a la parte práctica y desarrollaremos una aplicación que implementa Machine Learning para clasificar sentimientos, es decir, que categorizará los comentarios de los usuarios como buenos o malos, según lo que expresen. Al acabar el curso, entenderás los conceptos de Machine Learning y sabrás elegir el algoritmo adecuado a lo que necesitas.
Excel for Corporate Finance Professionals2 hour(s) 25 minute(s) Discover how to use Microsoft Excel for the bread-and-butter tasks required by corporate finance and financial planning and analysis (FP&A) professionals. In this hands-on course, professor Michael McDonald steps through how to leverage this powerful tool to pick corporate investments, determine your firm's cost of capital, and perform operational budgeting. Michael steps through how to estimate weighted average cost of capital (WACC), build a budget, perform stress testing and scenario analysis, and more. Throughout the course, Michael includes exercises—together with downloadable exercise files—that can provide you with a practical understanding of these key topics.IntermediateBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Business Software and Tools, Finance and Accounting
InDesign CS6: Distribución de apps en iOS1 hour(s) 55 minute(s) Este curso video2brain cubre la preparación de una aplicación creada con la Edición Sencilla de Adobe Digital Publishing Suite (DPS), para envío al App Store. De esta forma podrás distribuir tu aplicación iOS a tablets iPad, iPad Mini y iPad con pantalla retina. En este curso v2b aprenderás a preparar los activos, generar los certificados y perfiles requeridos para crear tu aplicación y luego publicarla y distribuirla en el App Store.
After Effects CC 2017 avanzado: Importación y gestión de media2 hour(s) 49 minute(s) Para diseñar y publicar gráficos animados y efectos profesionales con After Effect debes conocer en cada uno de los procesos de los que es capaz el software y en este curso aprenderás en profundidad cómo funciona la importación y la gestión de media. Descubrirás algunos secretos sobre formatos e importación y te mostraremos cómo dominar esta primera parte de tus proyectos visuales digitales.
Cassandra Data Modeling Essential Training1 hour(s) 38 minute(s) Apache Cassandra is a NoSQL database capable of handling large amounts of data that change rapidly. In this course, learn about the architecture of this popular database, and discover how to design Cassandra data models that support scalable applications. Dan Sullivan highlights the differences between Cassandra and relational databases, discusses the Cassandra Query Language (CQL), and shows techniques for modeling based on application query requirements. He also dives into Cassandra implementation details that impact data modeling choices, to help you reason through other design decisions while taking into account the database's architecture and limitations.IntermediateTechnologyData Science
Understanding Business0 hour(s) 43 minute(s) Learn the foundational concepts underlying all businesses, small to large. Arizona State University professor Eddie Davila covers all the basics, explaining concepts such as how revenues and costs influence a company's profit and which teams play a key role in any organization's success. He then provides a basic explanation of how finance teams operate in a business, so that you can better understand what drives financial decisions in an organization. He also reviews how companies communicate with customers via marketing and branding; how supply chains function in an organization; and how accounting, HR, and IT teams work to manage an organization's money, employees, and information.BeginnerBusinessBusiness Analysis and Strategy, Leadership and Management
Cisco ICND1 Prep. Cert. 2: Router, switch y equipos Cisco3 hour(s) 0 minute(s) Consigue la certificación CCNA Routing and Switching de Cisco. Amplía y expande tus conocimientos sobre los switches y routers dentro de una red de comunicaciones. Domina conceptos como el enrutamiento estático, las listas de control de acceso (ACL) o la pila de protocolos TCP/IP, entre otros. Conoce, además, la información básica de un switch o un router Cisco y la configuración inicial que requieren dichos equipos.
Cómo desarrollar la inteligencia emocional1 hour(s) 24 minute(s) En este curso podrás descubrir qué es la inteligencia emocional y por qué es importante gestionar las emociones. Aprenderás a decodificarlas a través del análisis detallado de las emociones clave. También podrás comenzar a trabajar en tu propia emocionalidad, en tu automotivación y tu autocontrol. Además, te compartiremos herramientas para que te puedas relacionar de la mejor manera posible con los demás en tu entorno laboral. Para concluir, focalizaremos en los conceptos de empatía e influencia como fundamentales en la vida laboral.
LinkedIn para la búsqueda de empleo1 hour(s) 21 minute(s) Consigue empleo con LinkedIn, la red social profesional más grande del mundo. Aprende a optimizar tu perfil, tu red de contactos y tu forma de interactuar para expandir tu visibilidad y, con ello, tus posibilidades de encontrar trabajo. Tanto si buscas empleo por cuenta ajena como si buscas clientes porque eres autónomo, con este curso llevarás a un nuevo nivel tus posibilidades profesionales.
Windows Server 2019: Manage, Monitor, and Maintain Servers1 hour(s) 24 minute(s) How healthy is your Windows Server? Everyone wants a perfect system, with no vulnerabilities or errors. But a key part of managing a Windows Server-based network is keeping it up to date and recognizing when things go wrong. In this course, Scott Burrell provides you with the knowledge and skills needed to keep Windows Server 2019 running properly and, when necessary, take steps to diagnose and resolve issues. Classic tools such as PowerShell are joined by Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) and the new Windows Admin Center to provide a complete toolset to keep servers running in peak condition.BeginnerTechnologyNetwork and System Administration
Programming Foundations: Algorithms1 hour(s) 45 minute(s) Algorithms are the universal building blocks of programming. They power the software you use every day, whether it's a spreadsheet, a social network, or a driving assistant. Algorithms offer a way to think about programming challenges in plain English, before they are translated into a specific language like C# or JavaScript. In this course, author and developer Joe Marini explains some of the most popular and useful algorithms for searching and sorting information, working with techniques like recursion, and understanding common data structures. He also discusses the performance implications of different algorithms and how to evaluate the performance of a given algorithm. Each algorithm is shown in practice in Python, but the lessons can be applied to any programming language.BeginnerTechnologySoftware Development
Developing UWP Apps: 10 Voice, Speech, and Cortana0 hour(s) 48 minute(s) Of all of the elements of the user experience, voice and speech can provide some of the most immediate and demonstrable benefits. In this course, learn how to make Universal Windows Platform (UWP) apps richer by incorporating voice and speech. Plus, learn how to make your apps smarter by leveraging Cortana. Instructor Scott Peterson covers integrating speech recognition, Cortana logic flow, personal assistant actions, and more. Note: This course was created by Wintellect. We are pleased to host this training in our library.IntermediateTechnologySoftware Development
Extending Laravel with First Party Packages6 hour(s) 20 minute(s) Extending Laravel with First-Party Packages focuses on four packages built by the official Laravel team. These packages are reliable, since they are updated with each new Laravel release, and add functionality that you can pull in as needed, without adding unnecessary bloat. First, discover how to extend the native authentication system and add social sign-on capabilities with Laravel Socialite. Then learn how to implement efficient search indexing and enable live search results with Laravel Scout. Next, find out how to handle payments and subscriptions, including free trials, with Laravel Cashier, and implement broadcasting and live updates—without refreshing the page—using Echo. By the end of the course, you will know how to install, configure, and leverage these packages for all of your Laravel app development needs. Note: This course was created and produced by Packt Publishing.IntermediateTechnologyWeb Development
Word: Templates in Depth (Office 365/Word 2019)1 hour(s) 13 minute(s) Microsoft Word templates consist of predefined page layouts, fonts, margins, and styles, and offer the power to reuse the same structure and styles in numerous documents. In this course, Gini von Courter demonstrates how to work with premade Word templates and create custom templates that you can share with your team. Discover how to quickly build professional forms, resumes, invoices, fax cover letters, and more. Plus, explore advanced template options including the use of field codes and the building block gallery.IntermediateBusinessBusiness Software and Tools
Toma de notas para profesionales1 hour(s) 2 minute(s) En este curso de toma de notas te explicaremos por qué es importante disponer de la habilidad de toma de notas de una manera eficaz. Esta habilidad te permitirá explorar horizontes laborales, así como aumentar tu eficacia en el trabajo, que se verá recompensada con creces por tu capacidad de sintetizar conceptos. Te será útil en reuniones, presentaciones, charlas y al preparar documentación. Exploraremos cuáles son los factores importantes que a nivel personal debes mejorar, así como los errores a evitar. Te contaremos técnicas y estrategias que de forma narrativa o gráfica te permitirán capturar conceptos de forma eficiente y, finalmente, repasaremos una serie de contextos o situaciones en unas plantillas que te posibilitarán ser eficaz en la realización de una lista de tareas, una reunión, la definición de un proyecto o un análisis DAFO, entre otras.
Axure esencial3 hour(s) 51 minute(s) Axure es una herramienta pensada especialmente para los arquitectos de la información. Con ella serás capaz de crear prototipos web de forma profesional. En este curso video2brain te enseñamos a usarla con un enfoque práctico para que crees tus wireframes interactivos sin conocimientos de programación.
Acoustic Guitar Lessons: 3 Rhythm & Voicings2 hour(s) 53 minute(s) Learn how to play bluegrass guitar—one of the most rewarding and technically demanding ways to play guitar. In part 3 of the Bluegrass Guitar Lessons series, Grammy-winning flatpicker Bryan Sutton concentrates on big-picture techniques that will help you develop your own personal sound. Learn intermediate techniques for fretting without tension and embellishing your sound with hammer-ons and pull-offs. Find out how to move beyond basic rhythms into more complex bass strum patterns, phrasing, and scale walking. Open up the fretboard with some exciting new scales and chord shapes. Bryan shows how to apply what you've learned to intermediate versions of popular bluegrass tunes, such as "Turkey in the Straw" and "Soldier's Joy." Watch at your own pace; start and stop where and when you need. Each lesson helps you add a challenging new dimension to your sound, and improve your overall musicality. Note: This course was recorded and produced by ArtistWorks. We are honored to host this training in our library.BeginnerCreativeAudio and Music
Coding Faster with Emmet0 hour(s) 53 minute(s) Looking for a tool to make you a faster and more efficient programmer? Emmet provides a shortcut language for writing HTML, XML, and CSS, based on an abbreviation structure most developers already use that expands into full-fledged HTML markup and CSS rules. Let Ray Villalobos show you how to install the Emmet plugin for your favorite text editor and start using its handy shortcuts for making copies of elements; climbing, grouping, and numbering; matching tags; and even complex CSS3 features like gradients.IntermediateTechnologyWeb Development
Novedades Acrobat X1 hour(s) 16 minute(s) Adobe Acrobat es la herramienta por excelencia para el trabajo con documentación electrónica y en su versión X trae interesantes novedades tanto en su versión Acrobat Pro X, como en el lector gratuito Adobe Reader. Descubre antes que nadie las mejoras con este curso online de video2brain.
Software Testing: Exploratory Testing1 hour(s) 45 minute(s) How does tester stay relevant in the world of modern software development? The key is exploratory testing: unscripted testing that is both disciplined and flexible enough to be put into practice in any environment, from regulated industries to brand-new startups. This course teaches you how to use exploratory testing to immediately add value at any point in a product’s development. Instructor Dave Westerveld introduces some of the core terminology: things like heuristics, oracles, and models. He explains how to think like an explorer and apply structure to testing, so you can use your skills in any environment, including agile and DevOps. You can discover strategies and techniques that help you effectively pinpoint important information, keep your test ideas fresh, and reveal deep new information. Dave also explains how exploration ties to test automation and data analysis. Use the challenges along the way to apply the concepts and practice what you’ve learned.IntermediateTechnologySoftware Development
Tumblr Quick Start2 hour(s) 42 minute(s) In this course, author Justin Seeley shows how to share content quickly and easily using the Tumblr microblogging platform. The course walks through creating an account, setting preferences, choosing a theme, and adding Facebook and Twitter integration, as well as creating audio, video, and text posts; building custom themes with CSS and HTML; and publishing posts remotely. The course also covers working with pages, creating page templates, and tracking blog traffic with Google Analytics.BeginnerTechnologyWeb Development
Revit Structure 2016 Essential Training2 hour(s) 44 minute(s) Learn how to create accurate foundation plans and framing plans, with details such as brace frames and trusses, with Revit Structure 2016. Starting with referencing an architectural model, author Eric Wing shows how to create grids, set up views, add foundations, rebar, and framing, and create slopes, slabs, trusses, elevator pits, and a whole lot more. This course caters to members with little to no experience with Revit, as well as more advanced users that want to just jump to a topic of interest and start from there. Either way, this comprehensive course will teach you what you need to know to master Revit Structure.BeginnerCreativeAEC
Azure Administration: Configure and Manage Virtual Networks1 hour(s) 25 minute(s) Learn how to configure and manage virtual networks on Azure. Virtual networks (VNETs) connect your virtual machines and other resources, forming the foundation you need to run cloud-based applications. This course provides hands-on coverage of the essential tasks for implementing and managing VNETs using either the Azure portal or PowerShell, for quick, command-line control. Instructor Sharon Bennett covers configuring private IP addresses, network interfaces, peering, and Azure DNS. Plus, learn how to create network security groups and effective security rules. This demo-heavy course can also be used as a resource in preparation for the Microsoft Azure Administrator exam (AZ-103) or the Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies exam (AZ-300).IntermediateTechnologyCloud Computing
Communicating to Drive People to Take Action0 hour(s) 35 minute(s) Deciding to champion an important initiative, a great cause, or a new idea is only half the battle. To get results, you need to inspire other people to take action. Luckily, persuasion is a skill you can learn. All it takes is the right preparation and approach. In this course, you can develop the mindset and skillset to drive results—for yourself, for your company, and for the people who can be positively impacted by your ideas. Discover how to connect with your audiences and speak to the conversation going on in their heads, and to frame your big asks so that people are eager to say yes. Professional speaker and coach Alexia Vernon teaches a simple and effective process to make heart-centered, high-impact persuasive communication your new norm.BeginnerBusinessLeadership and Management, Professional Development
SAS® 9.4 Cert Prep: Part 06 Exporting Results0 hour(s) 18 minute(s) Want to get ahead in a crowded job market? Get certified with SAS. This course is part of a series by the SAS Institute, designed to prepare you for the SAS 9.4 certification. The following videos introduce you to methods that you can use to convert your SAS tables and reports into accessible formats, including CSV, Excel, and PDF. Instructor Stacey Syphus explains how to use the export command to kick off your data output pipeline, use the SAS output delivery system, and export your analysis results into CSV, Excel, PowerPoint, Word, and PDF files. This course was created by SAS Institute. We are pleased to offer this training in our library.BeginnerTechnologyData Science
Django: Forms2 hour(s) 0 minute(s) Most websites require the use of forms to receive data from users, so it is crucial to know how to safely collect and handle data while maintaining a user-friendly experience on your website. In this course, learn how to use Django to create forms from scratch. Instructor Nick Walter also explains how to deploy forms to your site, access stored data, leverage submitted form data, work with widgets, customize formsets, and more.IntermediateTechnologyWeb Development
Responsive Images1 hour(s) 21 minute(s) Responsive images are the next evolution in web design. Learn how to implement them today, with these real-life best practice scenarios for implementing responsive images in production sites. Morten Rand-Hendriksen explains what responsive images are and how they work, and how to use the Picturefill JavaScript polyfill to get responsive images to work in browsers that do not yet support them. Then explore the two main types of responsive images (using the tag with srcset and w and the new tag), and work with the production-ready code examples in the practice window to get hands-on implementation experience.IntermediateCreative, TechnologyWeb Design, Web Development
Time Management with Outlook for Mac 2016 Calendar and Tasks2 hour(s) 2 minute(s) Learn how to use the robust calendar and task management capabilities of Outlook for Mac 2016 to manage your work. Author Gini Courter explains how to use Outlook as a full-fledged time management system: for scheduling appointments, tracking and delegating tasks, and finding and organizing your high-priority items. She also shows how to schedule recurring meetings and tasks, and use flags to follow up on important items and quick to-dos. Plus, learn how to set Outlook preferences and options to support your work styles. With these tips and techniques, you'll spend less time planning your schedule, and more time working on what matters most.IntermediateBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Business Software and Tools
Desarrollo web accesible esencial2 hour(s) 19 minute(s) Aprende accesibilidad web. Conoce las normativas y directrices esenciales que se deben tener en cuenta a la hora de evitar las barreras de accesibilidad. Entiende cuáles son los puntos más importantes que debes tener en cuenta para que tu sitio sea accesible, cómo trabajar en entornos webs avanzados para lograrlo y cómo testear que, efectivamente, los resultados son los correctos. Domina el arte de crear sitios accesibles, de manera que cualquier persona pueda navegar sin dificultades por ellos.
Learning SSL/TLS2 hour(s) 24 minute(s) Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) and the succeeding Transport Layer Security (TLS) provide the backbone of securing intranet and internet network communications through encryption and authentication. SSL and TLS standards are widely used to secure network communications for services such as websites, VoIP, VPNs, and email messages. In this course, learn the skills you need to plan, implement, and maintain a public key infrastructure (PKI) ecosystem that supports SSL/TLS security certificates. Instructor Daniel Lachance dives into how to install and configure PKI solutions in both Windows and Linux. Learn about how certificates are issued and managed throughout their lifetime; how hashing provides integrity and digital signatures provide authentication; and more.BeginnerTechnologySecurity
Advanced Microsoft Project5 hour(s) 18 minute(s) Building on the skills learned in the popular Project 2010 and Project 2013 Essential Training courses, author Bonnie Biafore teaches more advanced aspects of the popular project management software, first introducing powerful shortcuts for opening and saving files, and then moving into assigning resources, managing project costs, and setting up earned value tracking. She also provides handy tips for exchanging data with other projects as well as linking and embedding data. Viewers will then learn how to customize fields and generate cool graphical and visual reports. Finally, the course shows how to share various customizations and configurations as well as best practices for managing multiple projects.AdvancedBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Business Software and Tools, Project Management
DevOps Foundations: Accelerating Continuous Delivery in the Enterprise0 hour(s) 59 minute(s) To fully reap the benefits of continuous delivery (CD), organizations must stop seeing it as a set of technical practices that only engineering teams care about. Instead, they need to map out current end-to-end processes and be willing to dramatically change how things have been done in the past. In this course, instructor Manuel Pais shows leaders how to rethink CD in their organization to boost the speed and safety of their delivery workflow. Manuel explains why true continuous delivery is an organizational capability, and why software releases should be treated as business decisions. Plus, learn how to define a single path to production that balances speed and reliability; extract and transform data to enable faster release decisions; improve key metrics for high performance sustainably; and more.AdvancedTechnologyDevOps
Learning Rhino 5 for Mac7 hour(s) 25 minute(s) Rhino for Mac is here. While it doesn't have the exact same features as its Windows counterpart, Rhino for Mac offers a compelling 3D modeling experience for designers who prefer to work in the Mac environment. This short course covers the key differences between the Mac and Windows versions, basic interface navigation, 3D modeling, lighting, and rendering. Author Chris Reilly builds from viewing models to creating complex geometry from simple points and curves to extruding solid objects for 3D printing. No prior experience with Rhino is required! Simply start watching to get up and running with this powerful 3D modeling software.BeginnerCreativeVisualization and Real-Time, Animation and Illustration, Product and Manufacturing
Gulp.js, Git, and Browserify: Web Project Workflows2 hour(s) 40 minute(s) Modern front-end development means more than just writing HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. Developing an efficient workflow will help you write better code and test and deploy your web applications easily and efficiently. Staff author Ray Villalobos is here to show you how to generate a workflow that makes it easier to build websites with processed languages like Sass, Compass, and CoffeeScript. He'll show how to automate development and production versions of your sites, track and share project files with Git and GitHub, and add libraries like jQuery and Mustache.js with Browserify. All of these techniques should easily translate to building your own web projects.IntermediateTechnologyWeb Development
FileMaker 16 Platform: Advanced Features4 hour(s) 49 minute(s) If you're comfortable with the basics of FileMaker Pro, you're ready to expand your skillset and tackle advanced FileMaker 16 development techniques. In this course, FileMaker database expert Cris Ippolite dives into advanced features that can help you take your custom apps to the next level. Cris kicks off the course by exploring uses of the calculation dialog, the concept of query relationships, and some advanced reporting tricks. He also discusses securing your custom apps and sharing some of them with FileMaker Server, making your custom apps communicate with other apps on iOS devices, and working with JSON. To wrap up, he takes you through some of the new features in FileMaker 16.Business, TechnologyBusiness Software and Tools, Database Management
Novedades de Premiere Pro 20200 hour(s) 45 minute(s) Descubre las novedades del software Premiere Pro 2020 gracias a este curso. Conoce las principales funciones que se incorporan a la aplicación en esta nueva versión y cómo puedes mejorar tu flujo de trabajo incorporando esta herramienta insignia de Adobe en cuanto a edición de vídeo.
Maya 2017 Essential Training8 hour(s) 2 minute(s) Get the essential training you need to create high-quality 3D models and animations in Maya 2017. This course covers the core Maya skills—modeling, texturing, rendering, and animation—within a real-world project-based workflow that translates equally well to film, motion graphics, and game design. It starts with the basics of selecting and manipulating objects and organizing scenes, as you learn the interface and explore Maya's features. Author George Maestri then takes you through polygonal modeling, creating and refining meshes, sculpting, and NURBS modeling. Once you understand modeling, George will show how to create and apply materials to surfaces—adding color, texture, and reflectivity. He'll then integrate cameras, lighting, and depth-of-field effects into the rendering process, using the built-in software renderer, mental ray, and the new Arnold for Maya renderer. Last but not least, he'll show how to add movement and life to your work with Maya's animation tools.BeginnerCreativeVisualization and Real-Time, Animation and Illustration, AEC, Product and Manufacturing
Jazz Piano Lessons: 1 Fundamentals2 hour(s) 7 minute(s) Learn how to play jazz piano. Join Grammy-winning keyboardist George Whitty as he helps you get started as a jazz pianist. George helps you tackle the F7 blues, so that you can quickly start playing a recognizable jazz line. He also discusses the importance of time in jazz, as well as scales—in particular, bop scales—that keep you in sync with the harmony in a unique way. In addition, George covers using approach patterns and comping with your left hand with guide tones. Note: This course was recorded and produced by ArtistWorks. We're pleased to host this training in our library.BeginnerCreativeAudio and Music
Agile Software Development: Transforming Your Organization1 hour(s) 21 minute(s) While numerous modern organizations are trying to transform themselves with agile software development, many don’t stick the landing. What does it take to successfully adopt and scale agile in an IT organization? In this course, Kelley O’Connell shares the essential ingredients to any successful agile transformation, highlighting specific, practical techniques along the way. To begin, she goes over the benefits of agile methods and some of the common problems that organizations encounter when trying to adopt these methods. Next, she explains how to draw in your internal customers, engage your external customers, and assess and prioritize customer requests. Plus, learn how to transform your team from the top down, modify existing IT silos, and leverage metrics to keep tabs on your progress.BeginnerTechnology, BusinessDevOps, Project Management
Learning REAPER 42 hour(s) 36 minute(s) REAPER stands out among other digital audio workstations for its customization options and the fact that it integrates with almost any hardware. Join author Garrick Chow as he shows you how to get around the interface and get started capturing your music. He shows how to set up a new project, record live audio and MIDI, and import prerecorded tracks, and demonstrates the record modes, input settings, and auto-punch features. Then learn how to perform common editing techniques in REAPER, including trimming, ripple editing, creating fades, and looping. Finally, Garrick dives into the REAPER mixing features, showing how to apply effects, use sends, add automation, and mix down and export the final track.BeginnerCreativeAudio and Music
Blender: Rendering with Cycles1 hour(s) 28 minute(s) The open-source 3D graphics suite Blender now offers Cycles, a rendering engine that adds a new degree of realism and professionalism to your projects. In this course, George Maestri introduces Cycles, and reviews its lighting types, materials, and render settings. Learn how to layer shaders, enhance surfaces with texture and gloss, and add lifelike lighting and shadows to your scenes. In the final chapter, follow along with a small, self-contained project, where a simple architectural interior will be rendered.IntermediateCreativeVisualization and Real-Time, Product and Manufacturing, Motion Graphics and VFX, AEC, Animation and Illustration
Creating Interactive Tableau Dashboards3 hour(s) 28 minute(s) Learn how to create compelling, informative, and eye-catching dashboards using Tableau, the interactive data visualization software. This course covers how to take the connected data you’ve analyzed and share it on presentable dashboards. Data analytics expert Matt Francis first encourages you to consider four main questions before creating each dashboard: who is your dashboard for, what do they need to know, where will the dashboard be displayed, and why is the information important. Then he takes you step by step through the process of making a dashboard, including designing a good layout, adding charts, labeling items, coloring elements, filtering the data displayed, and adding interactive features. Lastly, Matt discusses how to use storytelling and narrative to make data more engaging.IntermediateBusiness, TechnologyBusiness Analysis and Strategy, Business Software and Tools, Data Science
JavaScript: Prototypes1 hour(s) 5 minute(s) The JavaScript approach to object-oriented programming feels alien to many developers. While prototypes are core tools for intermediate and advanced programming, even experienced developers may not understand how they work. This course explains how to write more efficient JavaScript code using the prototype chain. Learn fundamental concepts underlying prototypes, such as object literals and constructors, and discover how prototypes can reduce memory usage, improve code organization, and help you cascade changes site-wide with a single update. Instructor Sasha Vodnik also explains how to use ES6 classes to build prototypes with less code and more features.IntermediateTechnologyWeb Development
Photoshop for Teaching and Learning3 hour(s) 54 minute(s) Whether you're a teacher working on a presentation or a student tackling an assignment, you'll likely need to use images to explain concepts. And while students, educators, and instructional designers don't necessarily need to be Photoshop power users, understanding how to work with the core tools in the powerful image-editing software can both empower individuals and help them produce more compelling images. In this course, join Chris Mattia as he shares key techniques that can help you successfully use Photoshop for teaching and learning. Chris helps you get started with Photoshop, demonstrating how to navigate the user interface, use actions for repetitive tasks, and create clean image compositions. He also shares how to fix common image problems, prepare images for presentations, work with time-lapse videos, and more.IntermediateBusinessTraining and Education
Graphic Design for Business Professionals2 hour(s) 8 minute(s) Not a graphic designer? No problem. In this course, staff author and designer Justin Seeley shares graphic design secrets anyone can apply to make their business documents look great. No graphic design knowledge necessary! Justin breaks graphic design into an easy-to-follow acronym, PARC, or proximity, alignment, repetition, and contrast, and shows how to apply these principles to everyday design challenges. He also shows how to use the two major tools in a designer's arsenal, typography and color, to grab attention and set the appropriate mood for your documents. Then you'll work together on four different design projects that you might encounter in any office: a business card, an envelope, a flyer, and even a presentation.BeginnerBusinessProfessional Development, Leadership and Management
Sketch avanzado2 hour(s) 4 minute(s) Aumenta tu conocimiento de Sketch y su interfaz, además del uso avanzado de símbolos, la creación, gestión e implementación de componentes e instancias. Conoce algunos plugins o complementos de Sketch para solucionar necesidades específicas como organización de librería, creación de prototipos interactivos y diseño responsivo además de documentación para el equipo de desarrollo.
Finding Your Time Management Style1 hour(s) 14 minute(s) When it comes to time management strategies, one size does not fit all. To create your optimal workday, you must consider many factors, including the nature of your job, the level of interaction you have with others, and your personal preferences. In this course, productivity expert Dave Crenshaw expands upon the concepts covered in his other time management courses to help you boost your productivity by crafting a personalized approach to time management. Dave takes you through an assessment to discover your time management style and then shows how to adapt fundamental time management strategies to suit your unique needs. Plus, discover how to work productively with coworkers whose time management style differs from yours.BusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Professional Development, Business Software and Tools
Consulting Foundations1 hour(s) 35 minute(s) Consulting is a top-paying, high-growth career path that comes with benefits like being able to set your own schedule and define the type of work you do. Whether you want to make the move into the consulting field or become more established and competitive as a consultant, this course can help you both set up and manage a consulting business. Join Mike Figliuolo as he covers the critically important components of consulting—including marketing, selling, contracting, managing engagements, and business administration. Learn how to optimize the time and effort you spend, follow best practices, and avoid common pitfalls. He shares instructions and insights related to expanding client relationships, running engagements, responding to RFPs, protecting intellectual property, getting licensed, and more.BeginnerBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Small Business and Entrepreneurship
Photoshop CS6 for Photographers12 hour(s) 20 minute(s) In Photoshop CS6 for Photographers, author, photographer, and teacher Chris Orwig explores Photoshop from the perspective of the photographer. The course details the features and techniques behind enhancing and retouching photos, preparing them for print and online publishing, and much more. Chris demonstrates how to make basic edits in Camera Raw, develop and save color profiles, work with layers and selections, tone and sharpen, and retouch images while retaining their natural character. Chris also shares some creative tips and project ideas, such as converting a photo to black-and-white and enhancing a portrait with hand-painted masks. The course also covers workflow details, such as organizing images in Bridge and Mini Bridge, optimizing Photoshop preferences, and calibrating your monitor.BeginnerCreativePhotography
UX Design for Developers2 hour(s) 5 minute(s) Interested in adding UX design to your professional tool kit? In this course, Billy Hollis provides developers with an entry point to the principles and process of UX design for typical business apps. Billy begins by going over the state of business applications today, as well as what a well-designed business app looks like. Next, he digs into design principles, discussing how to leverage the human visual system to help users intuitively see what they need. He also goes over the visual and cognitive problems with crowded screens, presenting alternatives that can help you deal with cluttered interfaces. Plus, learn how to refine your ideas using storyboarding. Upon wrapping up this course, you'll be ready to start creating your own intuitive, elegant UX designs that delight users.BeginnerTechnology, CreativeWeb Development, Web Design
Premiere Pro Guru: Compositing and Masks1 hour(s) 58 minute(s) Master compositing and masks using the native effects in Adobe Premiere Pro—with no third-party plugins. Adobe Premiere Pro Master Instructor Luisa Winters shows how to make these crucial techniques part of your everyday editing workflow. She covers creating and modifying alpha channels, keying blue and green screen footage with Ultra Key, using track mattes to affect moving parts of clips, changing the look of footage with blend modes, and so much more.IntermediateCreativeVideo
Scaling Applications with Microsoft Azure1 hour(s) 30 minute(s) A key benefit of cloud services is the ability to scale to meet changing demands. In Microsoft Azure, developers need to understand autoscaling through roles, configurations, and appropriate code for various instances. In this course, instructor Tiago Costa introduces key autoscaling concepts and prepares developers for optimal configurations and coding, sharing best practices along the way. He explores scaling options in Microsoft Azure; demonstrates how to configure and write code for autoscale; and explains how to configure and develop code to implement Azure CDN.IntermediateTechnologyCloud Computing
Fundamentos de big data1 hour(s) 35 minute(s) Hoy en día, es clave entender las bases del Big Data en nuestro mundo y nuestra realidad. Con este curso, te introducirás en el mundo del Big Data o Macro Datos, y sabrás cómo puede afectarte a ti y a tu empresa. Conocerás la evolución y los avances en Big Data de los últimos años y las diferentes aplicaciones que tiene, para obtener las herramientas necesarias que te permitan aplicarlo a tu organización, independientemente de su sector o tamaño. Conseguirás identificar las mejores formas de optimizar el Big Data adecuándolo a tus recursos o entendiendo qué recursos buscar al externo o desarrollar en tu equipo para poderlo implementar.
Learning Node.js1 hour(s) 57 minute(s) Node.js is a platform built on the Chrome JavaScript runtime that can help you build fast, scalable network applications. Node.js uses an event-driven, non-blocking I/O model that makes it lightweight and efficient—perfect for data-intensive real-time applications that run across distributed devices. In this course, learn the basics of Node.js, and discover how to build a simple application. Alexander Zanfir goes into topics such as npm, reading and writing files, and Node.js frameworks. He covers Node.js features, such as async/await, and dives into popular web development concepts. Alexander also walks through how to build a demo chat app from start to finish.BeginnerTechnologyWeb Development
DSLR Video Tips: Lighting1 hour(s) 43 minute(s) Every video professional knows the need for good lighting. Many elevate it to an artform. But sometimes you need to resolve technical challenges just to get the shot. This installment of DSLR Video Tips provides simple solutions to the most common video lighting challenges. Rich Harrington and Robbie Carman provide step-by-step instructions for attaching lights to a camera, controlling exposure and depth of field in brightly lit locations, dealing with backlit subjects, working with available light, lighting without on-site electricity, and enhancing lighting in post-production with tools like Premiere Pro and SpeedGrade. Using these tips, you'll be able to shape the direction and intensity of the light to achieve just the look and feel you want for your scene.IntermediateCreativeVideo
Excel: Filtering Data for Beginners0 hour(s) 29 minute(s) Did you know Excel enables you to zero in on exactly the data you need with the click of a mouse? In this short course, Microsoft Excel content publisher Dave Ludwig shows the ins and outs of filtering in Excel. He shows how to filter for text, numeric values, and ranges of data. Dave also shows how to filter with color coding, and how to use advanced filtering options such as slicers and shortcuts. Advance your Excel skills in minutes with this mini course.BeginnerBusinessBusiness Software and Tools
Desafío de dibujo con Juan Silva0 hour(s) 43 minute(s) ¿Te gusta dibujar? ¿Lo hacías y lo dejaste? ¿Has querido hacerlo por algún tiempo y no te das el tiempo? Si contestaste sí a cualquiera de las preguntas anteriores, este desafío es para ti: vamos a dibujar juntos por 5 días, 5 cosas diferentes, sólo por el gusto de dibujar y los vamos a llevar a nuestras redes sociales, para compartir inspiración y aprendizaje. No nos vamos pre-ocupar de si está bien dibujado, mal dibujado o si es tal o cual estilo; nos vamos a ocupar en dibujarlo, con atención, dedicando unos minutos de nuestro día a hacerlo y a disfrutar el proceso. ¿Qué necesitas? Muchas ganas, una libreta y un lápiz, pluma, plumón o lo que sea que quieras usar para plasmar tus dibujos y acceso a una red social para compartirlos, usando el hashtag #5Dibujosen5 para acompañarnos.
iOS App Development: Essential Courses0 hour(s) 37 minute(s) Have an idea for the next blockbuster app—but you've never written a line of code? Or do you want to transition your existing programming skills to the lucrative iOS market? We have training for anyone who wants to get started in iOS app development. Our library covers everything from beginner-level programming skills to advanced design pattern theory. This course will help you identify and find the right training for you. With over 15 years of experience in the software industry, Mike Wong reviews the tools, language choices, and high-level concepts behind iOS app development. Dive in and learn about storage requirements, interface design, and the tricks to promoting iOS apps in a crowded marketplace. In each video, Mike will point you to training videos, articles, and forums for learning more. When you're done with this overview, make sure to subscribe to our curated playlist, Develop Apps for iPads and iPhones, which includes a selection of our most relevant iOS app development training.BeginnerTechnologyMobile Development
Time-Saving Tips Using Illustrator1 hour(s) 45 minute(s) Saving time on routine tasks in Illustrator CC means you have more time reserved for creativity. Learn time-saving tips and tricks to speed up your Illustrator workflow and build more precise and flexible artwork that can be easily adapted to meet client needs. Adobe Certified Instructor Chad Chelius shows how to invoke commands with keyboard shortcuts, build layer efficiencies into your artwork, save selections, and reuse artwork by duplicating objects and leveraging symbols. Plus, learn how to create swatches, styles, and libraries that you can use globally, in any Illustrator file you open, and work more efficiently with objects and type.IntermediateCreativeGraphic Design
Programming the Internet of Things with iOS2 hour(s) 49 minute(s) The "Internet of Things" is a catchy way of describing the variety of devices connected through the Internet. This includes webcams, wearable tech-like smartwatches, car sensors, appliances, and even rudimentary robots. What the Internet of Things (IoT) offers is a way to manipulate the real world—the physical world—from the web. In this course, Michael Lehman shows how to program these "things" and build companion apps to monitor and record their activities from iOS devices. Learn what's inside a thing, how location-awareness technologies such as iBeacon connect the IoT in public spaces, and how you can create your own things with hardware like the Arduino and Raspberry Pi kits. Michael also shows how to use IFTTT services to control things on iOS, and muses on the future of IoT. Along the way, you'll gain experience with real-world IOT-driven projects, like a mini weather station and a home lighting system.IntermediateTechnologyNetwork and System Administration, Software Development
Learning Android Malware Analysis0 hour(s) 55 minute(s) In response to the exponential growth of mobile device use, malicious apps have increased. Yet the industry is lacking professionals capable of identifying and combating these threats. Adding malware analysis to your skill set can help set you apart to employers and clients—and help you keep your users and organization safe. Security intelligence engineer Kristina Balaam introduces the basic tools and techniques needed to detect and dissect malicious Android apps. Learn how to set up your analysis lab, with tools like APKTool, Dex2Jar, and JD-Project, and find malicious apps to deconstruct. Kristina shows how to search the codebase for indicators of malicious activity, and provides a challenge and solution set that allows you to practice your new skills.IntermediateTechnologySecurity, Mobile Development
Revit: Phasing and Design Options1 hour(s) 54 minute(s) Phasing in Autodesk Revit allows you to show the complete life cycle of a project, such as a before and after or existing and proposed status, while design options allow you to save multiple iterations of a concept in a single project file. In this course, Paul F. Aubin shows how to use phasing and design options to organize multipart, multifaceted projects in Revit. The course also covers adding and assigning phases to views, scheduling phases and designating future work, working with design option sets, and presenting complex designs to clients.IntermediateCreativeAEC
Six Sigma: Green Belt1 hour(s) 53 minute(s) Six Sigma is a customer-focused, data-driven methodology that is widely used to analyze and improve the performance of processes, products, and services. In this course, get the training you need to become a Six Sigma Green Belt. Green Belts participate in—or lead—Six Sigma projects on a part-time basis under the guidance of a Black Belt. Operational excellence expert, master Black Belt trainer, and professor Dr. Richard Chua explains how to use Six Sigma and its process, quality, and statistical tools as he prepares you to become a Six Sigma Green Belt. Note: Dr. Richard Chua builds upon his Six Sigma Foundations and Learning Minitab courses, and covers an array of topics, including measurement system analysis, descriptive statistics, hypothesis testing, design of experiments, statistical process control, and more.IntermediateBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Business Analysis and Strategy, Project Management
Revit 2017 Essential Training: MEP (Imperial)3 hour(s) 52 minute(s) MEP (mechanical, electrical, and plumbing) design is one of the major components of the BIM chain—and Revit is the design tool of choice for many MEP engineers. This course focuses on the MEP features of Revit 2017, the latest version of the software. It's designed for the novice user who prefers to work in imperial units (inches and feet). The videos are broken down into trades, as follows: Electrical Mechanical Plumbing Fire protection General MEP workflows and trade coordination You can dive into a specific trade, or take the entire course to learn about all aspects of the vast Revit MEP ecosystem. Upon completion, you'll know how to create basic floor plans, design electric circuits and lighting systems, model air intake and exhaust systems, create plumbing plans, and design fire alarm and sprinkler systems, and document your designs for construction and fabrication.BeginnerCreativeAEC
Word for Mac 2011 Essential Training7 hour(s) 3 minute(s) In Word for Mac 2011 Essential Training, author Maria Langer shows how to create, format, and print a wide variety of documents in Microsoft Word 2011. The course covers building outlines, formatting text and pages, working with headers and footers, using themes and styles, adding multimedia, and more. It also shows how to customize and automate Word 2011, including how to record macros. Exercise files accompany the course.BeginnerBusinessBusiness Software and Tools
HTML for Educators3 hour(s) 9 minute(s) If you teach and engage with learners online, then you have probably encountered a need for knowing how to code. That's what this course is for—to help you learn the basics of HTML so you can enhance your teaching and learning materials with dynamic pages. Learn web coding basics, including how to format text, link to other pages, add images, embed resources, use CSS, and add targeted customizations to a learning management system (LMS) or WordPress site. In this course, instructor Chris Mattia demonstrates using HTML and CSS to help you take your lessons to the next level.IntermediateBusinessTraining and Education
Novedades Character Animator0 hour(s) 50 minute(s) Adobe Character Animator ha sido la última aplicación que ha pasado a engrosar el grupo de las destinadas a la creación audiovisual de Creative Cloud. Esta es la razón de la alta carga de novedades y en este release que acompaña a CC 2017, Character Animator viene con algunas mejoras importantes, de las que nos ocupamos en este curso.
Managing Generation Z0 hour(s) 32 minute(s) Today’s managers understand the importance of bridging generation gaps—uniting traditionalists, baby boomers, Generation X, and millennials. But many fail to recognize that a new generation is here. Generation Z is significantly different than its predecessors: more realistic, competitive, and motivated. So how are managers going to adapt to the needs of these workers and future leaders? Join experts David Stillman and Jonah Stillman, a father and son team spanning Gen X and Gen Z, to learn what makes Gen Z unique as employees. Explore how Gen Z communicates, collaborates, receives feedback, and derives value from work. Using David and Jonah’s tips, you’ll be better prepared to recruit, retain, and manage this incredibly unique and diverse generation.BusinessHuman Resources, Leadership and Management
V-Ray 3.0 esencial2 hour(s) 55 minute(s) V-Ray es el motor de renderizado líder en el mercado para la creación de visualizaciones arquitectónicas, presente en muchas aplicaciones de modelado 3D; sin embargo, su integración con 3ds Max es el núcleo del motor, dotándote de total control en la producción. Este curso es esencial para quienes deseen comprender los conceptos críticos de V-Ray y el comportamiento de sus principales parámetros, desde su configuración global hasta la optimización de tiempos en producción y resolución de problemas frecuentes.
Simplifying Business Processes1 hour(s) 11 minute(s) Explore today's best tools, technologies, and tactics for simplifying business processes. Professional organizer and productivity trainer Suzanna Kaye explains how to streamline and automate the most tedious tasks to help make your business more productive. She discusses ways to simplify communication with autoresponders and response templates, and manage event and project communications, customer service, social media, and email marketing endeavors. The course then explores outsourcing and delegation—including criteria for determining what can and should be outsourced. Finally, Suzanna explores top apps for simplifying and automating aspects of a business, including transcription and paper management.BeginnerBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Professional Development, Business Software and Tools
Introducing AI to Your Organization0 hour(s) 53 minute(s) Artificial intelligence (AI) is taking the world by storm. Manufacturing, healthcare, and a host of other industries are steadily adopting this technology to streamline processes, enhance predictability, and generally keep ahead of the curve. In this course, discover what it takes to successfully introduce AI to your organization. Instructor Jonathan Fernandes steps through how to determine whether your organization is ready for AI, as well as how to develop and present a compelling business case for adopting the technology. Plus, he shares how to successfully implement AI—including how to do so using the scrum methodology—how to handle data collection and AI modeling, deploy, and finally monitor AI models once in production.BeginnerBusiness, TechnologyLeadership and Management, Professional Development, Data Science
Oracle Database 12c: Basic SQL3 hour(s) 12 minute(s) Mastering the SQL language is an essential skill for any Oracle professional and is the first step in becoming a true Oracle expert. As with any database platform, Oracle has its own take on the SQL language that builds on top of industry standards. In this course, Oracle instructor and consultant David Yahalom covers the basics required to code with SQL in an Oracle Database 12c environment. Learn how to select and filter data, and manipulate data using functions, including SUBSTR, UPPER, MIN, MAX, AVG, SUM, and more. Then find out how to combine data from two or more tables in a single statement with joins. Discover how to modify data with DML and DDL commands like DELETE and UPDATE, and group data with aggregate functions. David also provides an overview of advanced concepts, such as constraints and subqueries. Note: This training course is appropriate for beginning database developers with no prior experience with SQL or Oracle.BeginnerTechnologyDatabase Management, Software Development
Photoshop CC for Photographers: The Basics8 hour(s) 26 minute(s) Adobe Photoshop has many powerful features designed specifically for photographers interested in creating better photographs. Learn how to turn them to your advantage with these tutorials from teacher and photographer Chris Orwig. In this introductory course, Chris combines practical tips and creative insights, showing how to enhance and improve your photographs. The course also includes live-action interludes designed to help you think photographically, and shoot with the capabilities of Photoshop in mind.BeginnerCreativePhotography
Sales Prospecting0 hour(s) 34 minute(s) Sales prospecting is largely a mental game. You can say all the right things, but if your attitude doesn't match your words or if your prospecting process is inconsistent, your success will be in jeopardy. In this course, author and Fortune 500 sales coach Jeff Bloomfield helps you cultivate the right mindset for prospecting: showing how to shut off distractions so you can focus on your prospects and their objectives/concerns and how your service or product can help them in a unique way. He also provides insight on setting up your schedule for success and rewarding yourself to stay motivated.IntermediateBusinessSales, Professional Development, Leadership and Management
Aprende Google Drive1 hour(s) 10 minute(s) Domina a fondo Google Drive, el servicio online que puedes usar para almacenar, crear o editar gran cantidad de archivos. Descubre todas las opciones de su interfaz y cómo crear y editar tanto documentos de texto como hojas de cálculo y presentaciones. Por último, conoce también sus aplicaciones para dispositivos móviles para continuar tu trabajo desde cualquier lugar, incluso sin conexión a Internet.
Learning Natural Light Portrait Photography2 hour(s) 30 minute(s) Lighting can make or break a portrait. Photographers often try to improve light using flash or lighting panels, but that hardware can be expensive, tricky to learn, and a pain to carry around. Learning how to harness natural light instead can help you enhance your work without requiring you to invest in new equipment, whether you're a creative pro who has to take the occasional headshot for your job or an enthusiast who wants to explore portraiture. In this course, photographer Chris Orwig shows how to shoot effective portraits in natural light—even when the light isn't great. Chris explains how to find the best light, use open shade to your advantage, and leverage the uniqueness of doorway light. He also goes into camera and lens considerations, creating better compositions, working with people, planning for a shoot, and tackling a live shoot. Plus, he shares some tips for earning income as a people photographer.IntermediateCreativePhotography
Microsoft Project 2016 Essential Training5 hour(s) 5 minute(s) Master the core features of Microsoft® Project 2016, the powerful project management software. Learn how to best set up such project components as work tasks, summary tasks, milestones, and recurring tasks. Author Bonnie Biafore, a Project Management Professional (PMP)®, also explores the different types of resources used in projects, and how to set up their availability and cost. She also shows how to link tasks together and assign resources to tasks to build a realistic project schedule. Finally, the course explains how to use Project 2016 to help evaluate your schedule and resource workloads to make sure you're bringing a project in on time and within budget. Bonnie also shows how to use the new features in Project 2016, such as multiple timelines and the "Tell me what you want to do" field. NOTE: This course updates our Microsoft Project 2013 Essential Training course for Project 2016, and most videos will work with both versions of the software. For Microsoft Project 2010 compatibility, see Project 2010 Essential Training.BeginnerBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Business Software and Tools, Project Management
Digital Matte Painting: 1 Concept1 hour(s) 40 minute(s) Learn to create new worlds, both fanciful and totally realistic, in our series on digital matte painting in Adobe Photoshop with David Mattingly, a matte artist for many groundbreaking motion pictures such as Tron and I, Robot. In this installment, he shows you how to set up your palettes and workspace, tone the underlying plate, create silhouettes in your background, and paint in light and other details. Plus, learn to paint waterfalls, smoke, and other elements that make for fascinating movie backdrops.BeginnerCreativeAnimation and Illustration
PHP: Email with Swift Mailer3 hour(s) 9 minute(s) Sending emails programmatically is a common task for developers. Although you can use PHP's native mail() function, it's not very efficient or secure. And there's no easy way to send attachments or HTML email with mail(). If you're looking for an alternative, then Swift Mailer is the tool for you. Swift Mailer is free and feature-rich, and it integrates into any web app written in PHP 5 or 7. Swift Mailer offers a flexible and elegant object-oriented approach to sending emails, including HTML email and bulk email. This PHP tutorial guides developers through the process of installing and loading Swift Mailer, and sending emails using SMTP and encrypted SMTP connections. David Powers teaches secure methods that protect users and support MIME standards. He also introduces advanced techniques for sending attachments, personalizing email, and limiting the send rate. Want to see how Swift Mailer solves a real-world programming challenge? Chapter 6 is a case study that shows how to use Swift Mailer to send an email registration form.IntermediateTechnologyWeb Development
Publishing Sites with SharePoint 20131 hour(s) 14 minute(s) Learn how to easily author and publish sites the no-code way using SharePoint 2013. In this course you'll receive a high-level overview of the SharePoint publishing workflow and examine the three different publishing templates in action. Next, author Ron Davis reviews SharePoint's authoring capabilities, including video and branding features that allow you to truly customize your sites. Plus, get an introduction to cross-site publishing, which allows product-oriented sites to scale, and explore the benefits of managed navigation and analytics.BeginnerBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Business Software and Tools
Windows Server 2019: Configure Hyper-V0 hour(s) 54 minute(s) Microsoft offers Windows Server 2019 users the ability to create virtualized computing environments with Hyper-V. This course explains how to install, configure, and work with the Hyper-V role in Windows Server 2019. Instructor Ed Liberman guides you through creating virtual switches, virtual machines, and virtual hard disks, and shares how to install a guest OS and manage checkpoints. He also covers how to efficiently implement storage migration and live migration.IntermediateTechnologyNetwork and System Administration
Drawing Good and Evil Comic Book Characters2 hour(s) 1 minute(s) Learn how to draw comic book characters with unique personalities in these simple drawing tutorials from comic creator Ben Bishop. The process starts with roughing out a sketch of your character and building a profile that defines the person behind the drawing: who they are, where they come from, and how they got their powers. Then Ben shows how to incorporate those qualities in the character's facial features: eyes, nose, mouth, and distinguishing marks such as wrinkles, scars, and tattoos. Ben goes back and forth between good characters and evil ones, so members get a feel for what kinds of details give a sinister impression vs. a trustworthy one. He also shows how to use clothing and props to further tell the character's story. The work is completed in Adobe Photoshop, but everything Ben teaches is as relevant on paper as it is on screen.IntermediateCreativeAnimation and Illustration, Graphic Design
Hanson Hsu with Bobby Owsinski: Radically Rethinking Room Acoustics0 hour(s) 47 minute(s) In this series, music producer Bobby Owsinski interviews iconic audio- and music-industry personalities: the outliers, forward thinkers, and rule breakers. This installment features studio designer Hanson Hsu. As a young man, Hanson had his heart set on hard science, but ended up falling in love with acoustics: achieving epic sounds in both production studios and live performance spaces. In an effort to marry his technical and creative passions, he founded Delta H Design studio. At DHD, Hanson creates groundbreaking technologies that are redefining the acoustics industry—and what it means to acoustically treat a music studio. In this interview, Bobby and Hanson chat about Hanson's career, influences, and the inspirations for his world-class studio designs.CreativeAudio and Music
Grasshopper: Generative Design for Architecture3 hour(s) 15 minute(s) Generative design is a set of technologies that give you a computerized copilot for your design process, helping you engage the power of computation and algorithms to create designs. In this course, learn how to use the Grasshopper visual programming plugin with Rhino to create designs that would have been impossible in the past. Instructor Walter Zesk explains how to use physics solvers and evolutionary solvers to set goals and constraints for your designs, as well as how to use computation to meet those goals and work within your constraints. Plus, he covers how to use LunchBoxML to apply machine learning to your projects and unleash the full power of artificial intelligence to create designs.IntermediateCreativeAEC, Product and Manufacturing
B2B Marketing Foundations: Positioning1 hour(s) 4 minute(s) Messaging is the fuel of your marketing efforts. Good messaging positions your brand for success. It distinguishes your offerings from the competition and helps customers understand your unique value. In this course, author, marketing consultant, and expert Ken Rutsky shows how to create powerful and effective messaging and positioning for B2B products and services. First, learn what targeting is and how it drives value. Then explore the difference between benefits and business value and find out how to craft effective benefits and positioning statements. The messaging Ken helps you create will communicate value more effectively, win customers, and grow your bottom line. Last but not least, Ken provides tips for engaging the rest of your team in your efforts and implementing your messages in the market.IntermediateBusinessMarketing
Taylre Jones, colorista de video y cine0 hour(s) 16 minute(s) Si los editores son buenos, el público no percibe los cortes. Lo mismo ocurre con los coloristas como Taylre Jones. En este documental podrás ver su proceso de etalonaje y muestras de su trabajo. Fíjate cómo cambia la película de la cámara a la pantalla y escucha cómo Taylre explica las seis responsabilidades de un buen colorista. ¿Te interesa saber qué hace falta para empezar una trayectoria en etalonaje digital? Taylre explica cómo encontró su lugar en el sector y que aprendió a trabajar con programas como Premiere Pro y Colorista, creando la plataforma dedicada al color DaVinci Resolve en su tiempo libre gracias a la formación de bibliotecas como la nuestra.
After Effects CC 2019 Essential Training: Editors and Post4 hour(s) 9 minute(s) In this course, Alan Demafiles covers the core aspects of After Effects commonly used in editing and post production: masks, shapes, type, logos, stills, animating, rendering, and exporting. To begin, Alan compares After Effects to Premiere Pro so you can see the similarities and differences. Then he dives into hands-on demonstrations of how to limit effects with masks, create elements with shape layers, use text templates, animate a logo, and create a 3D type extrusion. Next he shows you how to work with imported pictures, create a Z-space camera montage, change the speed of animations, and more. He wraps up by walking through outputting steps and then kicks off a challenge exercise where you can put your skills into practice.BeginnerCreativeMotion Graphics and VFX
Excel 2013: Financial Functions in Depth2 hour(s) 38 minute(s) Analyzing financial data can seem intimidating, but Excel 2013 has a wide range of functions that you can use to perform these analyses quickly and easily. This course shows users how and when to use each of the functions available to them in Excel 2013. Learn how to evaluate cash flows; calculate depreciation; determine rates of return, bond coupon dates, and security durations; and more.IntermediateBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Business Software and Tools
Deploying Azure File Sync0 hour(s) 21 minute(s) Azure File Sync replicates files from an on-premises Windows Server to an Azure file share, eliminating the need to choose between the benefits of the cloud and the benefits of an on-premises file server. This helpful service provides you with the ability to centralize file services in Azure while maintaining local access to data. In this course, instructor Sharon Bennett provides a hands-on look at the steps required to deploy Azure File Sync. Sharon demonstrates how to create an Azure file share and Azure File Sync service, prep and register a server, back up a file share, and remove Azure File Sync once it's no longer needed.IntermediateTechnologyCloud Computing
C# Design Patterns: Part 31 hour(s) 28 minute(s) Design patterns help programmers build better code and approach design problems more efficiently by reusing critical code patterns. This course continues the exploration of intermediate C# design patterns, defining patterns not covered previously in this series. Here, Reynald Adolphe dives into creational patterns—such as Prototype—and structural patterns—like Bridge, Façade, and Flyweight. He also covers behavioral patterns such as State, Strategy, and the Template Method.BeginnerTechnologySoftware Development
AutoCAD 2013: Customization Techniques1 hour(s) 44 minute(s) In this workshop, expert and author Scott Onstott teaches you how to modify AutoCAD to better fit the way you work. He begins by showing you how to create a complex dynamic block that uses multiple visibility states, parameters, and actions so that one dynamic block can do the job of many static blocks. Then learn how to configure physical output devices, edit command aliases, and create custom panels and linetypes. Finally, discover how to automate repetitive tasks with action macros, scripts, and Lisp routines to craft tools for increased productivity.AdvancedCreativeAEC, Product and Manufacturing
Sales: Business to Consumer Online Sales1 hour(s) 21 minute(s) In the online business to consumer (B2C) business model, companies sell their products and services directly to their customers on the internet. In a landscape where consumers increasingly prefer the simplicity of online purchasing, many companies are evolving to sell directly to customers online. In this course, learn about the opportunities and challenges of B2C, and how you can effectively adopt this business model in your own organization. Jeff Bloomfield explains how to target your real customers using detailed buyer personas, as well as how to create high-quality website content. He also dives into social media marketing and pay-per-click (PPC) campaigns, along with other tools to help you find your customers and make it easier for them to find you.BeginnerBusinessSales, Business Analysis and Strategy, Project Management
Rhino and V-Ray: Architectural Rendering3 hour(s) 53 minute(s) A detailed rendering job can make your building models look more realistic and professional—and help sell clients on your ideas. This course teaches everything you need to know about rendering interior and exterior architectural scenes with Rhino and V-Ray. Using a pavilion of his own design, author Dave Schultze shows how to set up Sun, Sky, and V-Ray lighting systems; apply glass, metal, stone, and wood materials; and insert trees, grass, and people for additional scale and interest. Plus, learn how to use cameras and compositing techniques to add a sense of depth and realism to your designs.IntermediateCreativeVisualization and Real-Time, Product and Manufacturing, Motion Graphics and VFX, AEC, Animation and Illustration
Landscape Photography: Tropical Scenes1 hour(s) 21 minute(s) Tropical destinations offer a wealth of photographic opportunities, from lush forests to waterfalls to dramatic foliage. In this course, join photographer and educator Justin Reznick as he showcases these and other options. With the breathtaking Hawaiian island of Maui as the backdrop, Justin explains how to protect your gear in humid, tropical settings and shows how to convey the essence of tropical scenes. He also discusses lens choices, compositional considerations, post-processing, and more.IntermediateCreativePhotography
Dreamweaver CC esencial: Creación sencilla de sitios web2 hour(s) 58 minute(s) Dreamweaver es desde hace años un referente en la creación de contenidos para la web. Su principal punto fuerte es la posibilidad de creación de contenidos HTML para desarrolladores de todos los niveles: desde el más novel, gracias a su forma visual de añadir los contenidos, hasta a programadores experimentados, gracias a todas sus herramientas de ayuda a la creación de código. Este curso video2brain te enseñará los conceptos básicos para comenzar a trabajar con texto e imágenes en un sitio web usando las capacidades de Adobe Dreamweaver CC.
Python: Data Analysis (2015)2 hour(s) 16 minute(s) If you're going to work with big data, you'll probably be using R or Python. And if you're using Python, you'll be definitely using Pandas and NumPy, the third-party packages designed specifically for data analysis. This course provides an opportunity to learn about them. Michele Vallisneri shows how to set up your analysis environment and provides a refresher on the basics of working with data containers in Python. Then he jumps into the big stuff: the power of arrays, indexing, and DataFrames in NumPy and Pandas. He also walks through two sample big-data projects: one using NumPy to analyze weather patterns and the other using Pandas to analyze the popularity of baby names over the last century. Challenges issued along the way help you practice what you've learned.IntermediateTechnologySoftware Development, Data Science
Excel para principiantes: Automatizaciones con Macros y VBA1 hour(s) 16 minute(s) Aprende a automatizar Excel gracias a las macros y a la programación con VBA. Conoce en este curso, paso a paso y de manera sencilla, cómo estas herramientas pueden aumentar tu productividad y ayudarte a producir un trabajo más preciso automatizando tareas repetitivas.
Normas de calidad en el servicio de atención al cliente1 hour(s) 2 minute(s) El servicio al cliente abarca muchos negocios diferentes, pero en todas las actividades relacionadas con el cliente existen unos principios unificadores. Tanto si trabajas en un centro de atención, en venta directa, en la red social que se encarga de gestionar los problemas del servicio o en cualquier otro tipo de organización, este curso te proporciona los conocimientos prácticos, ejemplos reales y las pautas que necesitas para aprovechar tu iniciativa de calidad. Aprende a establecer normas de calidad para el servicio al cliente, y a mejorar la fidelidad, los beneficios, la satisfacción del cliente y el compromiso de los empleados. Brad Cleveland divide el curso en tres capítulos, en los que define la calidad y el servicio al cliente, y explica las normas de calidad tanto para los empleados como para toda la organización. En este curso, te muestra cómo llevar a cabo un proceso, medir el progreso y formar a tus empleados eficazmente.
Google Hojas de cálculo esencial (2018)2 hour(s) 32 minute(s) En este curso aprenderás a sacarle el máximo partido a Google Sheets, conociendo todas sus características y las herramientas que ofrece. Aprenderás a partir de cero con una hoja de cálculo y conseguirás aprender las fórmulas más comunes y las más complejas. Descubrirás la importancia que tiene el acceso y la organización multidispositivo en Google Sheets y decidirás adoptarlo en el día a día de tu empresa.
Revit 2020: Essential Training for Architecture (Metric)12 hour(s) 10 minute(s) Learn the basics of using Revit 2020 for architectural design. This course is designed for those who have no prior Revit experience and want to work in metric units (meters and centimeters). First, get comfortable with the Revit environment, and learn to set up a project and add the grids, levels, and dimensions that will anchor your design. Then, instructor Paul F. Aubin helps you dive into modeling: adding walls, doors, and windows; using joins and constraints; creating groups; linking to DWG files; and modeling floors, roofs, and ceilings. Paul also shows advanced techniques for modeling stairs and complex walls, adding rooms, and creating schedules. Finally, discover how to annotate your drawings so all the components are clearly understood, as well as output sheets to PDF and AutoCAD.BeginnerCreativeAEC
Soporte IT: Trucos2 hour(s) 39 minute(s) Estos trucos e ideas te facilitarán las tareas de administración en entornos Microsoft. Profundizaremos en el increíble mundo de PowerShell, veremos cómo resolver problemas en Active Directory, delegaremos permisos correctamente, protegeremos las cuentas iniciales de dominio, limpiaremos los clientes de archivos innecesarios y protegeremos de ataques de ransomware nuestras carpetas más importantes.Haz que el día a día de la administración de sistemas sea mucho más simple. Dedica tus esfuerzos a modernizar la infraestructura en lugar de repetir tareas tediosas y con poco valor añadido.
Learning FM80 hour(s) 41 minute(s) In this quick Up and Running course, author J. Scott Giaquinta demonstrates the power of FM8, giving a brief overview of its features and main sound-making components, including the Browser, Master, Effects, Arpeggiator, and Easy/Morph windows. He also dives deep into the Expert window, LFOs and envelopes, and automation in FM8. By creating a range of sounds—clean and dirty, sweet and sour—he helps producers and engineers understand the extent of FM8's many features and sound-making abilities.BeginnerCreativeAudio and Music, Video
Design the Web: SVG Rollovers with CSS0 hour(s) 23 minute(s) Learn how to change the color and visibility of SVG graphics with CSS. In this installment of Design the Web, author Chris Converse shows how to control the properties of SVG elements with external CSS, and make your graphics update on rollover. Plus, learn how to group multiple SVG graphics and control them with a single rollover state. The exercise files for this course are free to all members, so dive in and start following along now.IntermediateCreativeWeb Design
Cómo mejorar tu confianza0 hour(s) 21 minute(s) Aprende a aumentar o recuperar la confianza en ti mismo con este breve e inspirador curso, en el que Todd Dewett nos muestra lo importante que es tener confianza en ti mismo para conseguir tus objetivos, y te da 10 consejos que, si sigues paso a paso, te ayudarán a mejorar tu confianza.
C++ Best Practices for Developers0 hour(s) 50 minute(s) There have been several updates to C++ over the years. In this course, learn best practices that can help you produce higher-quality C++ code by leveraging tools and new features. To begin, instructor Troy Miles provides a high-level overview of the major features introduced in the 2011, 2014, and 2017 updates to the C++ language. Next, he goes over a few tools that can help you improve your code, including how to boost your code's quality and reliability using static analyzers. Troy also shares practical tips for using the new C++ features correctly, as well as rules and techniques for managing objects.BeginnerTechnologySoftware Development
CompTIA A+ (220-1002) Cert Prep 6: Networking, Security, and More1 hour(s) 29 minute(s) The eight-part CompTIA A+ (220-1002): Cert Prep series was designed to help IT professionals prepare to take and pass the Core 2 (220-1002) exam, one of two required exams for the CompTIA A+ certification. In this installment of the series, CompTIA expert Mike Meyers helps you get up to speed with the essential networking concepts covered on the exam. Mike covers how to troubleshoot hardware failures, work with connections, and use the Windows Firewall. Plus, he goes over Active Directory, port forwarding, and wireless encryption. We are a CompTIA Content Publishing Partner. As such, we are able to offer CompTIA exam vouchers at a 10% discount. For more information on how to obtain this discount, please download these PDF instructions.BeginnerTechnologyIT Help Desk, Network and System Administration
Creating a Program Strategy0 hour(s) 45 minute(s) Programs benefit from a vision statement, but vision statements are commonly mistaken for mission statements. This course provides information on the difference between the two, why a vision is important in any type of program, and how it can be used effectively for stakeholder engagement. Join Claudine Peet as she explains how to plan a program, ensuring that it aligns with corporate strategy, ultimately increasing the success of the program. After outlining an overview, she shares tips for how to achieve program objectives, define a strong vision statement, spearhead communications between participants, create a target operating model, conduct a gap analysis, and more.IntermediateBusinessProject Management
Leading with Purpose0 hour(s) 54 minute(s) Purpose—not profit—is the single best motivator to get everyone in an organization rowing in the same direction. Purpose-driven leaders and their companies are more successful, highly regarded, and make more money. In this course, you can learn the short-term and long-term performance impact of purpose-driven leadership through exploring quantitative research and case studies. Lisa Earle McLeod—author of Leading with Noble Purpose—helps you craft a purpose statement and leadership story that engages customers and employees, and provides tips for building lasting purpose into your life and business.IntermediateBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Leadership and Management
Creating a Short Film: 04 Working with Actors1 hour(s) 49 minute(s) Creating a Short Film is a 13-part training series that shows the actual struggles and challenges filmmakers have to overcome to get films made. Chad Perkins and his team made a short film,The Assurance, and documented the process: from writing and directing to editing and screening the film. This installment helps you understand how to direct actors and get the best performances for your own short film. Learn about finding and auditioning actors for different roles and get a deep dive into the theory of acting: being vs. pretending, understanding character motivation, and interpreting the script. From theory, we segue into application, with some acting exercises to keep actors focused and in the zone. Chad also touches on the importance of rehearsals, and provides tips for directing actors on set and getting great voiceover in post. The course closes with an interview with Eva Jane, the lead in The Assurance, and her thoughts on getting into character and working with directors.BeginnerCreativeVideo
CASP+ Cert Prep: 4 Technical Integration of Enterprise Security2 hour(s) 46 minute(s) Designing and building a secure enterprise network ensures a business is ready to meet the security challenges of today's threats. In this course—the fourth installment of the CASP+ Cert Prep series—instructor Jason Dion shows IT security professionals how to secure diverse systems, detailing how to properly integrate various key technologies into a secure enterprise architecture. The fundamental concepts Jason covers throughout this course can prepare you to ace domain 4 of the CompTIA Advanced Security Practitioner (CASP+) exam: Technical Integration of Enterprise Security. He shares real-world examples as he covers how to securely integrate hosts, storage, networks, applications, the cloud, authorization systems, and more into the enterprise architecture. We are a CompTIA Content Publishing Partner. As such, we are able to offer CompTIA exam vouchers at a 10% discount. For more information on how to obtain this discount, please download these PDF instructions.AdvancedTechnologySecurity
AutoCAD for Mac 2016 New Features0 hour(s) 55 minute(s) With every release of AutoCAD, new features are developed and old features are refined. AutoCAD for Mac is no exception. The newest version, AutoCAD for Mac 2016, is a large step forward, including the addition of Express Tools and XREF mapping tools. This AutoCAD training course provides a thorough overview of these new features, as well as dimension and PDF enhancements, general application improvements, and changes to working with text, geometry, and lines.IntermediateCreativeAEC, Product and Manufacturing
Audition CC: Montaje musical3 hour(s) 48 minute(s) En este curso nos adentramos en el increíble mundo de la mezcla sonora, realizando el montaje de una canción a partir de una grabación por pistas utilizando Adobe Audition. Descubriremos cómo crear sesiones multipista, aplicar múltiples efectos, ecualizar y procesar nuestras pistas de manera independiente, para mezclarlas finalmente entre ellas y conseguir el mejor resultado global. También aprenderemos a terminar nuestro proyecto exportando nuestro montaje en los mejores formatos de audio.
Lightroom Classic CC: Creative Color2 hour(s) 58 minute(s) With the color controls in Adobe Lightroom Classic CC, you can ensure that a photo's colors are accurate; however, these controls are about more than just color correction. In this course, photographer and educator Chris Orwig shares techniques for working creatively with color in Lightroom. Follow along as Chris explains how to add vibrant colors to your shots and enhance the hair color of your subjects. He shows how to use split-toning controls to make your images cooler or warmer, fine-tune colors with HSL controls, create and work with presets, and produce a variety of other effects.IntermediateCreativePhotography
Learning GitHub Actions1 hour(s) 47 minute(s) GitHub Actions is a continuous integration tool that allows developers to automate tasks for their web projects. In this course, learn how to use this powerful tool to build workflows triggered by events, develop a continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) pipeline, and create custom actions. Instructor Michael Jenkins shows how to create your first actions and then construct a workflow that runs them. He also demonstrates how to use actions from the GitHub Marketplace and public repositories, leverage the capabilities of GitHub Actions to support your CI/CD workflow, and plan and develop custom actions.BeginnerTechnologyDevOps, Software Development
Learning SAP Fiori: End User0 hour(s) 40 minute(s) SAP Fiori—the redesigned, modernized, consumer-style user interface for SAP applications—provides users with a more streamlined interface, allowing them to easily access the information that's most pertinent to their role. In this course, learn how to navigate and personalize SAP Fiori, and discover what Fiori apps look and feel like for end users. Discover how to navigate your Fiori launchpad and set up your own groups and apps. Plus, see how to process SAP transactions using Fiori apps. This course was created by Michael Management. We are pleased to offer this training in our library.IntermediateBusiness, TechnologyBusiness Analysis and Strategy, Data Science, Business Software and Tools
Cómo evitar el burnout0 hour(s) 30 minute(s) Los periodos prolongados de estrés relacionados con el trabajo, la vida personal o la salud pueden conducir al desgaste. El burnout reduce nuestra productividad y socava nuestra energía, dejándonos abrumados por las tareas cotidianas y volviéndonos más cínicos y resentidos. En este curso, Todd Dewett te ayudará a reconocer algunas de las causas más comunes de agotamiento, como el trabajo excesivo, la sobrecarga de viajes, los plazos de entrega ajustados y la falta de vacaciones. Encuentra la manera de prevenir la acumulación de estrés y aprende a recuperarte.
3ds Max and V-Ray: Interior Lighting and Rendering1 hour(s) 47 minute(s) Explore the lighting and rendering features of V-Ray for 3ds Max with this hands-on, project-based course. Instructor George Maestri explains how to generate high-quality renderings of interior scenes and environments—a necessary skill for residential and commercial building design, animation, and gaming. Find out how to create realistic daytime and nighttime lighting, while examining the benefits and limitations of different tools, such as photometric lighting, auxiliary and fill lights, and environmental lights. Then see how to render a scene and then take your render layers into Photoshop to add shadows, reflections, and other finishing touches. You’ll learn everything you need to light rooms in any scenario—from sunrise to sunset and around the clock again.IntermediateCreativeVisualization and Real-Time, AEC, Animation and Illustration, Motion Graphics and VFX, Product and Manufacturing
Design the Web: Sprite Sheets0 hour(s) 20 minute(s) Many web animations and rollovers make use of sprite sheets to reduce the number of graphics a web experience requires, making the design process easier and your site load faster. Learn techniques in Adobe Photoshop to make sprite sheet creation fast and versatile. Chris Converse shows you how to combine Smart Objects and guides to help you measure and produce perfectly aligned sprite sheets for your web design projects.IntermediateCreativeWeb Design
Marketing Foundations: Customer Decision Journey0 hour(s) 50 minute(s) The customer decision journey is a time-tested tool for connecting your brand with customers and differentiating your company from the competition. But like any tool, it has evolved with time. Learn how the decision journey has developed, with digital as the catalyst, and why it's more critical than ever to your business. Dina Shapiro walks you through the process of creating buyer personas, defining and mapping customer touchpoints, and aligning your marketing message to the customer decision journey. This framework will help you create customer-focused, integrated campaigns and experiences by connecting your brand with customers at their most influential points throughout their decision journey.BeginnerBusinessMarketing
InDesign CC: Maquetación y automatizaciones1 hour(s) 52 minute(s) Adobe InDesign es, por defecto, el mejor programa para maquetación de textos de manera profesional. Abarca tantos ámbitos que podemos usarlo tanto para crear documentos sencillos, como para otros muchos más elaborados en los que se requiera realizar operaciones complejas de búsquedas, variables, scripts o hipervínculos, por mencionar solo algunas de ellas. En este curso vamos a trabajar con las automatizaciones que nos van a permitir agilizar los procesos de trabajo de una manera considerable. Nos vamos a adentrar en los entresijos de la aplicación para trabajar de una forma mucho más seria que nos permitirá rentabilizar nuestro tiempo y conseguir resultados que, de otra forma, nos llevaría muchísimo obtener.
CSS: 50 trucos3 hour(s) 15 minute(s) Tal vez ya conoces las bases de CSS pero, ¿sabes aprovechar al máximo este lenguaje? Este curso te presenta 50 trucos prácticos, organizados temáticamente y que van desde las bases: CSS para fondos, textos, gráficos, listas o bordes, entre muchos otros usos. Aprende a personalizar tus proyectos web con efectos gráficos complejos y animación y a optimizar los tiempos de carga conociendo los secretos de los CSS.
Graphic Design History: The Arts and Crafts Movement1 hour(s) 30 minute(s) Learning about graphic design concepts and approaches of the past can help inform and inspire your work in the present. This is the premise of Foundations of Graphic Design History, a series aimed at designers, artists, and anyone else who wants to understand the history of design. In this installment, Sean Adams focuses on Arts and Crafts, a movement defined by a reaction against the industrial age and Victorian excess, and a renewed focus on the handmade. Sean reviews the factors leading to the rise of Arts and Crafts, and the designers and companies who led the charge, including William Morris, Gustav Stickley, and Frank Lloyd Wright. Since Arts and Crafts spanned more than print, Sean reviews its impact on architecture, textile and furniture design, ceramics and glasswork, and bookmaking. He also explains what led to the decline of the Arts and Crafts movement , and how its influence on contemporary design lives on.IntermediateCreativeGraphic Design, User Experience
Novedades Muse CC 20170 hour(s) 12 minute(s) Muse es la aplicación de Adobe que te permite crear sitios web sin escribir código, es decir, mediante el uso de herramientas gráficas similares a otras aplicaciones de diseño. En este curso conocerás las novedades que Adobe va incorporando a Muse en cada una de sus actualizaciones y de esta manera siempre estarás aprovechando al máximo esta genial aplicación y podrás generar sitios web de aspecto profesional de una forma fácil y rápida.
Migrating from Office 2010 to Office 20162 hour(s) 10 minute(s) Get the productivity-boosting tips you need to migrate smoothly and efficiently from Office 2010 to 2016. Author David Rivers begins with an overview of the new features and improvements to Office 2016, including the new interface, Touch mode, and cloud storage features. The course then steps through the crucial new features in each of the major applications—Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook—and shows you how to import and use content created in Office 2010 in the new version of the software.IntermediateBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Business Software and Tools
Word 2007: Formatting Long Documents4 hour(s) 41 minute(s) Whether it’s a short story, a product catalog, a technical manual, or a business report, every document needs a compelling format. Although the content and the length may differ, long documents have similar formatting challenges. In Word 2007: Formatting Long Documents, David Rivers uses his 20 years of training expertise to demonstrate efficient methods of formatting entire documents and making changes to specific sections and pages. He covers the details of how to use field codes and building blocks to streamline the workflow, and shares best practices for producing printed documents with a professional look. Exercise files accompany the course.IntermediateBusinessBusiness Software and Tools
A Toolkit for Giving and Receiving Better Feedback0 hour(s) 28 minute(s) At every stage of your career and in every professional role, feedback is tricky. Giving it in such a way that it’s accurate, openly received, and effective. Taking it in without unnecessary anxiety or defensiveness. But regardless of your role, having a coach in your corner is an invaluable asset. This course teaches you how to give and receive feedback in ways that benefit the professional growth of the individual and the organization, leading to more creativity and innovation. Instructors like Tim Harford, the “Undercover Economist,” and Harvard Law lecturer Sheila Heen, explain how you can coach others effectively, give unbiased and useful feedback, and understand feedback as essential to growth. This course includes videos from: Robert S. Kaplan, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas Michelle Tillis Lederman, author focusing on workplace communications and relationships Sheila Heen, partner at Triad Consulting Group and lecturer at Harvard Law School Valerie Purdie Greenaway, director of the Laboratory of Intergroup Relations and the Social Mind Tim Harford, economist, author, columnist for the Financial Times Note: This course was produced by Big Think. We are pleased to host this content in our library.IntermediateBusinessLeadership and Management, Professional Development
Excel 2016: Tips and Tricks5 hour(s) 51 minute(s) Excel expert Dennis Taylor helps Excel 2016 users take their spreadsheet skills to the next level with this collection of tips and tricks. He begins with his top 10 productivity boosters, and then highlights navigation, display, and selection techniques to keep you moving quickly. The course then dives into data entry and editing techniques, formatting and drag-and-drop tricks, keyboard shortcuts for working with formulas, data management strategies, and chart tricks. Short on time? Make sure to check out the "10 Tiny Tips" chapter for a quick productivity boost.IntermediateBusinessBusiness Software and Tools
Managing for Better Ideas (UK)0 hour(s) 26 minute(s) Collaborative creative thinking in organizations is more important than ever, but the usual brainstorming approach is typically ineffective. In a course ideal for current and aspiring managers, creativity and innovation expert Dave Birss shares a practical approach to managing groups toward inspired, creative thinking. Dave begins by examining the importance of defining the problem or opportunity, and goes on to outline his framework for guiding teams to come up with potential solutions. Dave also explores ways to test, refine, and simplify raw ideas to improve the chances of selling them to decision makers.IntermediateBusinessProfessional Development, Leadership and Management
Learning Video Live Streaming1 hour(s) 49 minute(s) Using little more than a smartphone, it's now possible to produce a live broadcast that can be viewed by anyone with a connected device. In this course, learn tools and techniques for live streaming video content on the internet. Mark W. Gray provides a detailed walk-through of how to set up and start a live webcast using a variety of inexpensive software solutions, including Wirecast Go, Periscope, and Open Broadcaster. Plus, he shares best practices for both mobile and desktop streaming, and discusses strategies for connecting with a live audience.BeginnerCreative, BusinessVideo, Marketing
Gestión de equipos remotos2 hour(s) 21 minute(s) Aprende a gestionar equipos profesionales formados por personas que trabajan a distancia, o que están físicamente separados en diferentes oficinas. En este curso descubrirás métodos para mejorar la cohesión, generar confianza y buenas relaciones, establecer expectativas y acuerdos de colaboración mutua, comunicarse de manera efectiva, superar posibles conflictos, sacar el trabajo adelante y hacer que el equipo crezca y se desarrolle de manera excelente. Echa además un vistazo a los cinco retos principales de todo manager en remoto así como alguna de las soluciones más útiles para corregir el rumbo y devolver la excelencia a la gestión del equipo.
Photoshop avanzado: Retoques de imágenes para e-commerce2 hour(s) 40 minute(s) Muestra tus productos de manera impactante y profesional y mejora la imagen de tu tienda online con la ayuda de Adobe Photoshop. Aprende a hacer retoques, a generar un fondo blanco y a hacer selecciones simples rápidamente. La imagen de producto puede ser un elemento fundamental en el proceso de decisión, y optimizar una tienda online pasa por mostrar los productos de la forma más profesional. Este curso te da los conocimientos técnicos y conceptuales con los que podrás mejorar tus imágenes de producto.
Linux Foundation Cert Prep: Storage Management (Ubuntu)1 hour(s) 42 minute(s) Storage is a critical component of any system. Linux offers a variety of approaches to storage management, depending on the size and importance of your data. Mastering this topic is key to finding a job in Linux administration—and it's a core component of Linux Foundation Certified System Administrator (LFCS) certification, one of the most popular Linux certifications around. Join instructor Scott Simpson, as he shows how to manage and optimize file storage on Ubuntu Linux. First, learn how to create, modify, and mount partitions and filesystems, and manage swap space. Scott then combines these basics into more sophisticated solutions using volume management, and shows how to secure Linux storage and configure disk quotas and backup policies.BeginnerTechnologyNetwork and System Administration
Oficina sin papeles2 hour(s) 9 minute(s) El 80% del papel que usas en tu oficina podría eliminarse, ahorrando tiempo y dinero gestionando tu documentación, como veremos en este curso, en el que aprenderás la estrategia más adecuada para reducir la cantidad de papel en el ámbito profesional. Tipos de archivo, formato disponible y trabajo con ellos, documentación en la nube, copias de seguridad, PDF e impresión. Todos conceptos fundamentales para conseguir una gestión eficaz de tu documentación, aprendiendo a usar las ventajas de la documentación digital.
3ds Max 2018 New Features1 hour(s) 8 minute(s) 3ds Max 2018 includes several new features for content creation and visualization. Notably, the Arnold renderer replaces mental ray as the high-end global illumination render engine. In this course, take a first look at materials, lighting, and rendering in Arnold. Examine the new features introduced in 3ds Max 2017 updates, such as the Data Channel Modifier and the Blended Box Map. Additionally, see how easy it is to customize the user interface. By the end of this course, you'll have received an overview of what's new in 3ds Max 2018.IntermediateCreativeVisualization and Real-Time, Product and Manufacturing, AEC, Animation and Illustration
Audio for Video: Production and Post Sound Techniques3 hour(s) 8 minute(s) Video producers are adept at making all the visual aspects of their carefully shot projects look great. However, when it comes to the sound, many suffer unnecessarily. Audio for Video: Production and Post Sound Techniques is aimed at video professionals who are looking to manage their audio better—from start to finish. The course will take a three-point approach to Capturing audio and following the proper workflow for optimum results Sound editing—improving and restoring audio in post-production Mixing and exporting audio or preparing it for handoff to a professional audio engineer The second and third steps feature Adobe Audition CC, a powerful audio post-production program with a host of tools to clean up, sculpt, and finesse your sound design. The seamless workflow to and from Adobe Premiere Pro makes it a powerful audio toolset. However, author Scott Hirsch's techniques work equally well in other video and sound editing applications. Watch this course to learn practical techniques for getting better sound in all your productions.IntermediateCreativeVideo
Succeeding as a First-Time Tech Manager0 hour(s) 43 minute(s) Do you have what it takes to successfully lead a technical team? You were promoted because you exceeded expectations in your individual contributor role—but now you’re evaluated on your team’s performance. This new position can be challenging. In fact, many excellent developers and engineers decide to not opt for vertical growth because they don't want to manage other people. Can you successfully transition from “lone wolf” to leader? Rashim Mogha is a former executive at Oracle, Amazon, and VMware. Join her in this course, as she explains the secrets of being a great manager in the fast-paced, high-stakes world of tech. Learn how to build the right team, implement your company’s vision, create team goals, communicate technical information, effectively lead a global team, and more.IntermediateTechnologySoftware Development
CSS Layouts: From Float to Flexbox and Grid1 hour(s) 46 minute(s) For decades, CSS developers fiddled with floats to create flexible layouts that worked across browsers. But their brilliant hack had a lot of downsides. The latest generation of CSS specs offers a better and vastly more intuitive set of tools, but moving from floats to Grid, Flexbox, or both means adjusting how you think. In this course, Christina Truong guides you though this process, from initial concepts to complete conversion, highlighting the different ways to create page layouts with modern CSS. Explore how to work with the display and float properties; use relative, absolute, and fixed positioning for laying out components; create basic Grid and Flexbox layouts; and more.IntermediateTechnologyWeb Development
Photography Foundations: Exposure (part 2)1 hour(s) 39 minute(s) Arriving at the best exposure for a photo is part science and part art. In this course—the second and final installment in the Photography Foundations: Exposure series—Ben Long helps photographers expand their artistic options by giving them a deeper understanding of shutter speed, aperture, ISO, and other critical exposure practices. Here, Ben expands upon the basic concepts covered in the previous installment, taking an in-depth look at priority modes, manual mode, and depth of field. Learn how to assess your camera's high ISO options, how to shoot with post-production in mind, and more. By the end of the course, you'll know how to develop an exposure strategy that will allow you to effectively employ your exposure knowledge in any shooting situation.BeginnerCreativePhotography
Fundamentos de la fotografía: Composición 11 hour(s) 40 minute(s) La composición puede hacer que un tema interesante se vuelva soso o que un tema ordinario se muestre hermoso. En este curso en tres partes, el fotógrafo y autor Ben Long explora conceptos de composición desde lo básico, como la regla de tercios; hasta temas más avanzados, como la forma en que el ojo viaja a través de una foto, y diversas técnicas de postproducción de nuestras tomas. En esta primera entrega, profundizamos en conceptos básicos, formas de observar, contenido y geometría en nuestra toma.
Photoshop CC 2015 One-on-One: Fundamentals14 hour(s) 54 minute(s) Learn everything you need to know about Photoshop, in the order you need to know it, in this top-to-bottom overview of the world's most powerful image editing software, Adobe Photoshop. With all new movies and all new exercise files, Deke McClelland's flagship One-on-One series is completely refreshed for Photoshop CC 2015. In this Fundamentals installment, the first of three, Deke takes you on a personalized tour of the basic tools and techniques that lie behind great images and graphic design, while keeping you up to speed with the newest features offered in Creative Cloud. Learn to open images from multiple sources, crop and straighten images, navigate panels and menus, and work with layers—the feature that allows you to mask parts of an image, combine effects, and composite artwork. Deke shows you how to perform important editing tasks, adjusting brightness and contrast, correcting color, and retouching and healing portraits. He also reviews formatting text, printing, and preparing web graphics in Photoshop. Check back every time Photoshop updates for new movies, new feature reviews, and new ways to work.BeginnerCreativePhotography
Integrating Temporary Workers and Third-Party Employees0 hour(s) 55 minute(s) Contractors and temps are an ever-larger percentage of the workforce. Flexible staffing has tremendous advantages—including eliminating risks and reducing costs—but it needs to be used intelligently if you want to maximize your return on investment. In this course, Barbara Bruno shows how to find, hire, assess, and track temporary workers and third-party employees and integrate them into your workforce. First, understand the new business model of surrounding core employees with flexible staff, and the pros and cons of hiring temps and contractors. Learn how to determine the organization's needs and how to hire people who will succeed. Barbara also shows how to conduct the interview process, onboard new hires, and evaluate their performance once the job is done. Finally, learn how to determine your ROI for contractors and temps and optimize your hiring strategy.IntermediateBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Leadership and Management, Human Resources
Modeling Work Schedules with Calendars in Microsoft Project1 hour(s) 59 minute(s) Modeling realistic work schedules can be a challenge for project managers. This course, taught by an expert project manager, demonstrates best practices for modeling work schedules with calendars in Microsoft Project. Instructor Bonnie Biafore first digs into calendars, explaining how they apply to projects, tasks, and resources, and demonstrates how to set up a new default calendar for your organization in Project. She shows how to modify the standard workweek and create exceptions to suit your team. Next, Bonnie explains how to create shift calendars by setting work schedules for specific tasks and assigning schedules to resources. Then learn how to fine-tune project, task, and resource calendars, including biweekly schedules. Last, she covers working with multiple calendars, including copying and sharing custom calendars with all Project files and integrating multiple projects with different calendars into a single master Project file. Note: This course was designed in collaboration with John Riopel.IntermediateBusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Business Software and Tools, Project Management
Final Cut Pro X Guru: Advanced Trimming1 hour(s) 27 minute(s) Cutting a video means being able to trim your clips effectively in the timeline. This integral part of the editing process can make or break a production, determining how all of the captured video will play together as a whole. This course covers the tools in Final Cut Pro X that allow you to fine-tune your projects so you can become a trimming master. Join Nick Harauz as he demonstrates advanced techniques for shortening clips, trimming video, and selecting ranges on clips. He shows you how to extend edits, deal with connected clips, compare cuts, use dynamic trimming, and more. Along the way, he includes shortcut commands, so you can expedite your workflow, driving all your editing from the keyboard. To ensure you're ready to use his tips in the real-world, he wraps up the course by going through two examples, cutting dialogue and cutting documentary footage in the timeline.AdvancedCreativeVideo
Creating a Short Film: 01 Producing1 hour(s) 6 minute(s) With the proliferation of inexpensive video cameras and powerful editing and effects software, anyone can make a short independent film. Short films are used to practice filmmaking, get experience working with a cast and crew, showcase talent at film festivals, and pitch film concepts to potential producers and investors. But there's so much to learn in the undertaking that many would-be filmmakers are paralyzed at how to get started, or how to see a project through to completion. Creating a Short Film is a 13-part training series that features some of the best actors and crew in the Seattle area, sharing their expertise on how to create a brilliant short film. The series is not just conceptual; author Chad Perkins and his team make a short film, The Assurance, and share the actual struggles and challenges that they had to overcome to get the film made. In this installment, Chad covers the basics of producing, the process that kicks off every new film, and sees it through to completion. Learn about the role of the producer, the difference between producing shorts and features, and what you should look for when selecting a producer for your script—or when you're a producer looking for the next great film idea. Make sure to look for the follow-up episodes to learn more about screenwriting, directing, working with actors, editing and visual effects, and everything else that goes into filmmaking. This is a one-of-a-kind educational experience you won't find anywhere else.BeginnerCreativeVideo
GDPR: Reglamento europeo de protección de datos1 hour(s) 17 minute(s) El Reglamento General de Protección de Datos entra en vigor y es importante adaptarse a este reglamento. GDPR es una norma de máximo nivel dentro de la Unión Europea que afecta a todos los paises miembros, y por consiguiente, todas las empresas que quieran trabajar en estos mercados deberán aceptar estas obligaciones y asumirlas para seguir ejerciendo su labor y respetando al máximo el tratamiento de datos de sus clientes y la privacidad de los mismos.
Graphic Facilitation for Productive Team Meetings0 hour(s) 40 minute(s) Explore how to use graphic facilitation to make your team meetings more engaging, memorable, and effective. Graphic facilitators use large, hand-drawn graphics created in real time to help teams see conversations unfold visually, fostering understanding, productivity, and engagement. Instructor Nevada Lane introduces the building blocks of visual thinking, shares how to combine those blocks to create a compelling record of a conversation, and offers visual templates to get you started. Learn how to listen for key words and phrases while creating simple yet meaningful graphics during a meeting.IntermediateBusinessProfessional Development, Leadership and Management
Revit: Modeling Best Practices for BIM1 hour(s) 5 minute(s) Explore ways to leverage Revit in the building information modeling (BIM) process. Discover the value of developing a BIM Execution Plan and how it affects modeling in Revit. BIM expert Fanny Angeles shares best practices for naming and code conventions and covers how they impact a BIM model. She also explains how to optimize time and concentrate efforts by defining a level of development (LOD) and creating a responsibility matrix. Plus, learn about how to choose the most effective approach and tools for a project.IntermediateCreativeAEC, Product and Manufacturing, Animation and Illustration, Visualization and Real-Time
Agile New Product Development for Manufacturers1 hour(s) 50 minute(s) Agile isn't just for software. It can also be applied in the creation of manufactured physical objects. Manufacturers who bring new products to market are under unique pressures. They must consider the time to market, health and safety, and the cost of materials—all while trying to deliver great products under tight deadlines. In this course, learn how to streamline your project pipeline by leveraging the agile project management methodology within the context of new product development. Discover where agile works best, how to prepare your team and organization to apply agile methods, and how to expand the use of agile for new product development. Upon wrapping up this course, you'll have a foundational understanding of how to use the agile methodology to quickly deliver high-quality results.IntermediateCreative, BusinessContinuing Education (CEU), Product and Manufacturing, Project Management
C# avanzado: Creación de una aplicación web SQL2 hour(s) 42 minute(s) Aprende a usar C# para crear una aplicación web conectada a una base de datos. Si tienes conocimientos previos de programación en C# y quieres aprender a desarrollar sitios o aplicaciones web, este curso es para ti. Repasa los conceptos básicos de trabajo para web y aplica las ideas con los ejercicios prácticos. Este curso será una guía perfecta para crear una aplicación web que contenga formularios, y envíe, guarde y actualice información en una base de datos SQL que también crearemos.
Rigging a Winged Animal in Maya1 hour(s) 54 minute(s) Learn how to rig an entire bird character from start to finish in Maya. Jason Baskin takes you through the complete process, starting with a virtual skeleton—positioning joints and orienting them so that they behave predictably. You'll add controls so an animator can later keyframe and pose the character, concentrating on the wings and then moving to the feet and back. Then you'll establish the feather behavior, adding controls and attributes that allow the wing to be shaped for flight or rest. Jason even shows how to create squash, stretch, and bend deformations for more cartoonish animation styles. Finally, you'll bind the mesh to the skeleton and take your bird for a test flight.IntermediateCreativeAnimation and Illustration
Windows Server 2016: Active Directory Federation Services2 hour(s) 50 minute(s) In today's complex computing environment, data is often shared across organizations and domains. How do you verify user identity across boundaries like these? Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS) provides a single sign-on solution for Windows-based networks that need to access external applications or share resources with business partners. This course shows how to configure AD FS authentication, including multi-factor authentication and Web Application Proxy, in Windows Server 2016. Instructor Scott Burrell also shows how to configure claims-based authentication, look up user identities in an LDAP directory, integrate Azure and Office 365, register mobile devices, and protect your organization from document leaks and other content theft with Active Directory Rights Management.IntermediateTechnologyNetwork and System Administration
3ds Max 2018: Modelado de personajes cartoon3 hour(s) 33 minute(s) Existen diferentes estilos para modelar un personaje en 3D y el objetivo de este curso es mostrarte las técnicas de modelado que te permitirán crear personajes de tipo cartoon dentro de 3ds Max. Los personajes de tipo cartoon son un estándar en la creación