Lumosity – Brain and Memory Training Games for Skill Improvement – Online and Mobile

At Lumos Labs (Lumosity.com), we believe in improving brains — and lives. That’s why we created the most effective online tool for cognitive enhancement. Drawing on the newest developments in neuroscience, Lumosity.com offers brain training exercises that work. Regardless of your age, Lumosity can make you smarter and more mentally fit. If you want a brighter brain, join Lumosity.com today. Over 25 million people already use Lumosity.com, and we’re adding hundreds of thousands more each month. These users join us because they know Lumosity.com offers the web’s most comprehensive and effective training program. Thanks to this training, users report positive and often profound results. Lumosity.com grounds all of its brain exercises in extensive research and cutting-edge science from around the world. Under the guidance of our Scientific Advisory Board — which includes researchers from such institutions as UCSF and Stanford — our neuroscientists design our training programs to produce noticeable cognitive benefits. Using novel, engaging and constantly adapting challenges, our exercises strategically target brain areas such as memory, attention and processing speed. Cognitive training produces proven benefits. Clinical trials have shown that Lumosity.com can improve such brain attributes as working memory, visual attention, fluid intelligence, and executive function. By enhancing these attributes, Lumosity.com produces real-world cognitive benefits in individuals of all ages. Benefits Lumosity exercises can help you with: Memory Recalling the location of objects Remembering names after the first introduction Learning new subjects quickly and accurately Keeping track of several ideas at the same time Focus Maintaining focus on important tasks all day Improving productivity and precision at work or home Concentrating while learning something new Avoiding distractions Speed Decision-making...

Final Cut Pro X Training in Iowa City at the University of Iowa: $250 for Five Half-Day Sessions

Overview & Registration When: Monday – Friday, July 23 – 27, 2012 Where: At the University of Iowa What: High quality training in Apple Final Cut Pro X video editing software. Training spans over five days with half-day sessions each day to leave enough time for people to go home and practice. Cost: Normally over $1,200 NOW ONLY $250! Save about $1,000. Similar training workshops nation-wide cost $1,200 or more, so this is a great deal. Registration: Click here to register. Deadline is 22 June 2012 so act now! Contact: Write to mark-hale@uiowa.edu or call 335-5825 if you have questions. Trainer / Instructor: Jeff Fortune – his previous workshop at the UI was two years ago and was well received. Deadline: Friday, 22 June 2012 Limited Seating: This event is limited to 24 and is already half-full, so act fast. Preference given to UI personnel first, but please inquire anyway even if you’re not at the UI. Registration Registration: Click here to register. Deadline is 22 June 2012 so act now! Event Details for Final Cut Pro X Training 5 half-day sessions, Monday – Friday, July 23 – 27, 2012, $250/person total. Morning sessions recommended for less experienced Afternoon sessions recommended for more experienced Class will only be held if there is enough registration to bring cost to this level (12 in each session.) Preference given to UI personnel first. Additional activities are planned for the training week (evening consultation on your projects, an iBooks Author demo) Workshop Outline Monday Interface Overview Media management Importing Tuesday Editing Evening session – work on your own projects with your own personal trainer Wednesday Editing Audio editing Evening session – iBooks...

Technology Workshop and Training – Friday – 7 October 2011 at the ICPL

 Technology Date: Friday October 7, 2011 Time: 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM Location: Iowa City Public Library. Click here for the ICPL website event page. Registration: Registration is not required, but an RSVP is appreciated (use our Contact Page). Please use our Facebook Event Page if possible to indicate your ability to attend. Summary. In presentation format, small group, and/or one-on-one support, this special interactive forum and workshop will cover a variety of topics based on the desires and needs of those who attend — offering 90 minutes of free training and consulting from Greg Johnson of ResourcesForLife.com. Click here to read about the previous workshop and listen to the audio. Details. Here are the main points you’ll want to know before planning to attend. Your Questions. Questions sent in advance by email from those who plan to attend are appreciated, and will help plan our agenda. Your Stuff. Feel free to bring your own photo camera, video camera, laptop computer, or other portable electronic devices. Your Support. Support provided and topics covered will be first come first serve. Our Focus. Meetings will focus on helping non-profits, community organizations, small business owners, entrepreneurs, seniors, and students — but anyone is welcome. This Session’s Focus. For the October 7 workshop, we’ve not received any specific RSVP requests, so we’re anticipating general walk-in attendees. Topics will be selected in the first 5 to 10 minutes of the workshop. Available Topics. When you RSVP and select an available training topic from the list below it helps tailor these sessions for everyone’s interests and needs. Computer Purchasing how to purchase the right computer for...

Peter King Workshop: How to Build a Small Wood Frame House

Activism | Effective Living > Housing > Small House Society Summary. Join Peter King, tiny house builder, at the 7th Annual Connecting for Change: A Bioneers by the Bay Conference, October 21-23, in downtown New Bedford, MA. Peter King’s workshop, How to Build a Small Wood Frame House, will be joined by dozens of other workshops and keynotes throughout the conference weekend. The conference is a three-day, solutions based gathering that brings together a diverse audience to create deep and positive change in our communities. This conference is likely one of the most inspiring gatherings that you will experience. This conference can change the way you see the world and the experience can help you change the world! Register: Click here to register now. Learn More. If you want to join Peter visit or learn more, click here for a full list of conference events or go to ConnectingForChange.org. Event Details. Below are the details of Peter King’s presentation. [source] Video. Below is a video from the 2010 Connecting for Change Conference. [source]   FacebookTwitterLinkedInPinterestTumblrGoogleMorePocketRedditPrintEmailLike this:Like...

Technology Workshop – Monday – 26 September 2011

Technology Date: Monday September 26, 2011 Time: 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM Location: Iowa City Public Library. Click here for the ICPL Website Event Page. Registration: Registration is not required, but an RSVP is appreciated. Click here for our Facebook event page, or use our Contact Page. Summary. In presentation format, small group, and/or one-on-one support, this special interactive forum and workshop will cover a variety of topics based on the desires and needs of those who attend — offering 90 minutes of free training and consulting from Greg Johnson of ResourcesForLife.com. Video Review. Below is a video review of the information that was covered in the workshop. Audio. Below are audio clips from the workshop, including some follow-up sessions. Click on a link to open the audio file in your browser or audio player. Note that part 3 of 3 was finished abruptly because the OpenOffice.org download was not completing properly. Part 1 of 3 (approximately 73 minutes / 70 MB) Part 2 of 3 (approximately 38 minutes / 37 MB) Part 3 of 3 (approximately 3 minutes / 2.6 MB) Details. Here are the main points you’ll want to know before planning to attend. Your Questions. Questions sent in advance by email from those who plan to attend are appreciated, and will help plan our agenda. Your Stuff. Feel free to bring your own photo camera, video camera, laptop computer, or other portable electronic devices. Your Support. Support provided and topics covered will be first come first serve. Our Focus. Meetings will focus on helping non-profits, community organizations, small business owners, entrepreneurs, seniors, and students — but anyone is...
%d bloggers like this: