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Date: July 11, 2006
Media Contact: Elizabeth Homan, 301-251-7970; Steve Simon, 301-251-7952

Montgomery College to Preview New iLife Computer Course, July 29
Students Will Learn Tips and Tricks of Apple’s Macintosh iLife Suite

Are you an artist who just got your first Macintosh computer? Or, are you a longtime designer who would like to learn how to better utilize your Mac? Montgomery College can help. This fall, it is offering a brand-new course, iLife for Communication Design. It is a hands-on lecture and lab course crafted to give artists and designers the tips and techniques they need to succeed with today's digital software hub: Apple's iLife suite, which includes iPhoto, iMovie, iTunes, iWeb, and iDVD.

Before registering for the class, you can get a sneak peek on what you’ll learn by visiting Montgomery College on Saturday, July 29, at 10 a.m. Professor Harry St. Ours will offer a one-hour preview of the course at the College’s Rockville Campus, Technical Center, Room 136, 51 Mannakee Street in Rockville.

There are still openings for the full semester course, which will be taught in one of the College’s Mac labs at the Rockville Campus. The course is taught Monday evenings, starting September 11. Students will be encouraged to bring a digital camera, digital video camcorder or iPod to the semester course, where they will learn how to archive your older videos and slides and publish them online.

Registration for all fall classes at Montgomery College is currently underway. For more information on the new course, iLife for Communication Design or AA112X, contact Professor St. Ours at 301-251-7518. To register online, visit www.montgomerycollege.edu.

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Montgomery College is a public, open admissions community college with campuses in Germantown, Rockville, and Takoma Park/Silver Spring, plus workforce development/continuing education centers and off-site programs throughout Montgomery County, Md. The College serves more than 55,000 students a year, through both credit and noncredit programs, in more than 100 areas of study.

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