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  • 2013
  • 07/16
Tuesday
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API Offering iMovie Training Today

The Academic Partnership for Instruction (API) will offer a hands-on training session on iMovie, the video creation and editing software freely included with Apple Macintosh computers. The session will be held from 3-5 p.m. today, Tuesday, July 16, in Kayser Hall room 543.

Participants will have the opportunity to explore the basic features of the iMovie software suite, learning how to assemble a movie from video clips, still images, and audio files. Videos created with iMovie will be exported into web-friendly formats for sharing on such sites as YouTube and Facebook. Included in the session will also be a discussion of the use of video to support teaching and learning.

Basic familiarity with Apple Macintosh operating systems is required. Space is limited, and early registration is encouraged. Registration information is available on the API Event Calendar here.

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Campus Recreation Offering Massage Special July 14-August 3

Get a professional massage from Campus Recreation to help decrease stress and relieve joint and muscle pain. For more information visit the Campus Recreation website. Massages must take place and be paid for during the July 14 - August 3 time frame. Call 402.554.3016 to schedule a massage.

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East and West Parking Garages Closed for Maintenance July 20-21

The East and West Garages will be closed for power washing on Saturday, July 20, and Sunday, July 21.

Parking is available in any surface lot (faculty, staff or student) during these times. Parking is not allowed on access roads, in reserved or handicap stalls (unless they display a valid handicap permit), fire lanes or drive aisles.

Contact Parking Services with questions at 402.554.PARK (7275).

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Free Toner Cartidges Listing

Limited quantities of free toner and inkjet cartridges are available from Mail Services for department use only. To reserve any of the following, contact Kathy Hartle at 402.554.2337.

HP
Q5952A
Q7551A
C3906A
C4092A
C4193A
C4191
C4194A
64192A
11
940
96
14
29
26
95
94
92
93
98
20
49A
41
40
HP 51640M
HP 51640Y
HP 51640C

Lexmark
60
50

Dell
15
9

Brothers
DC-501
TN-250

Xerox
6110/6110MFR

Epson
SO 20118
800
1000

Cannon
BC-05
BC-02
BC1-15 Black
8-yellow

Campus Notices

Lot W Closed for Construction Zone Access Through July 31

Sidewalk replacement is scheduled between the main entrance on the north side of Arts and Sciences Hall and the south entrance to Kayser Hall. This construction project is scheduled from July 1-31. Lot W, on the east side of Arts and Sciences Hall, will be closed during this project.

Dump trucks, concrete trucks and construction equipment will be entering and exiting Lot W during the project.

Handicap parkers should contact Parking Services to arrange access to Lot V for temporary handicap parking.

Alternate surface parking for faculty and staff is available all day in Lot A, north of Kayser Hall and St. Margaret Mary Church Lot.

Contact Parking Services with questions at 402.554.PARK (7275).

Campus Notices

Lots D and E Closed for Construction Through August 15

Lots D and E, located between the Strauss Performing Arts Center and the Criss Library, will be closed for construction from July 8 to August 15. These lots will be modified for visitor and special event use.

Through August 25, the following temporary changes will be made to parking enforcement:

Surface lots on Dodge and Pacific Campuses will be open for all permits.
-Vehicles must park in white striped stalls.
-No parking is allowed in drive aisles, fire lanes and cross hatched areas.
-Reserve and Handicap parking is limited to authorized vehicles only.
-All valid permits, including Garage Only permits, will be accepted to park in surface lots, except metered stalls.
-Vehicles without valid permits will be subject to ticketing.

The East Parking Garage, behind Arts and Sciences Hall, will provide open parking.
-All three levels (Lots T, U and V) will be available for faculty, staff, student and visitor parking with no permit required.

Visitor Only pay parking will continue to be enforced at the meters from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., Monday through Friday.

On Monday, August 26, the start of the fall semester, new 2013–2014 parking permits must be displayed and standard parking regulations will be enforced.

Contact Parking Services with questions at 402.554.PARK (7275).

Campus Notices

Parking Permits Available for Purchase

Parking permits for the 2013-2014 academic year are now available for purchase online at www.unomaha.edu/parking/.

On the UNO Parking website, click MavPark. The site will require a NetID and password (same as your Blackboard login) and vehicle information for all vehicles parking on campus. Your vehicle information will include the vehicle's make, model, color, and license plate number. Before going online, please have this information available. Permits must be displayed beginning Monday, August 26, 2013.

Parking Services will mail permits on Wednesday, August 7, for all orders received by Wednesday, July 31. After July 31, online orders must be picked up at the following locations:

-Monday, August 19 to Friday, August 23: Eppley Administration Building: Auditorium
-Monday, August 26 and Tuesday, August 27: Milo Bail Student Center: 3rd Floor, Council Room

New updates from Parking Services for the 2013-2014 academic year can be found here, and you can visit www.unomaha.edu/parking/ for information on parking rules and regulations and campus maps.

Contact Parking Services at 402.554.PARK (7275) or unoparking@unomaha.edu with questions.

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  • 7/23

TIAA-CREF Representative on Campus July 23

A TIAA-CREF representative will be on campus Tuesday, July 23.

To set up an appointment, please call Robyn Galvin at 402.548.3614.

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NBDC Bringing Lean Product Development Workshop to UNO July 26

Nebraska Business Development Center (NBDC) is offering a new workshop aimed at getting products to market faster. This half-day intensive workshop will be held Friday, July 26, from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at Mammel Hall room 320 A/B and will introduce companies to the process of how to become sustainable.

The goal of the workshop is to focus participants on their companies’ shortcomings in the product development and launch arena, and to demonstrate that methods and tools are available to make rapid and significant improvements in resource utilization, product differentiation, time-to-market, and risk mitigation. All of which will translate directly to their bottom line.

The fee to attend is $299, and up to five employees are included for that price. Individual pricing is not included.

To register, visit the NBDC website at http://nbdc.unomaha.edu/NBDCstore/store.cfm?courseID=595&do=detail.

For more information or if you have questions about this workshop, you can call 402.554.2521 or email unonbdc@unomaha.edu.