Free Creative SoftwareTo aid members of the UNO community and others in continuing to work from home, we've compiled an active document of open source creative software, and media resources available on a creative commons license. Access the document HERE
Adobe has compiled a series of tutorials and expert tips for the Creative Cloud and other Adobe products.
Autodesk ResourcesAutodesk produces a compilation of software for makers. The Autodesk Knowledge Network is filled with tutorials and troubleshooting articles for their software. Autodesk University features additional classes and presentations from the industry.
Canva is a great site for designing posters. Design for free or just a few dollars.
Laser Cutting Materials
Many patrons find materials at craft or home improvement stores. Popular woods include hardwoods such as birch, maple, poplar, cherry, alder, and walnut.
The CPL sources all our acrylic stock from Midwest Plastics in Omaha NE. Compatible products for purchase include cast and extruded acrylic sheet in various thicknesses. They are available to cut materials down to our max 12" x 24" bed size.
Laser Cutting Guides
Resources to help you begin laser cutting.
Microsoft Office TrainingMicrosoft Office Help & Training gives you access to everything you need to know about Microsoft Office.
This page offers UNO logos and templates for design. You will need your UNO credentials to log in.
This guide from the UNO Criss Library is a great resource for those interested in including technology in traditional study.
Guide to Finding Public Domain & Creative Commons Media
It is important to make sure you are following proper copyright guidelines when working on a multimedia project. The Harvard Law Library has a lot of great content to get you started.
Lynda.comThe CPL has an active Lynda.com account available for use here in the Lab. Watch online learning videos covering an ocean of multimedia subjects.