Learn digital scrapbooking
By Guy Harrison, Media & Marketing Specialist
APACHE JUNCTION, Ariz. - Scrapbooking is an age-old process people use to save images and documents that hold significance in their lives.
As is the case with most hobbies, the interest in scrapbooking has not gone away as much as it has evolved.
Central Arizona College's community education program is offering Digital Scrapbooking for Beginners on Thursday, Oct. 6 from 6-9 p.m. at the Superstition Mountain Campus in Apache Junction. The cost of attending the three-hour class is $25.
Students will learn how to create digital storybooks of their favorite photos using digital software templates. Students are to request a materials list upon registration.
Melinda Medina instructs the course. She is an instructional designer for an international publishing company where she works with a cross-functional team to develop digital products for K-12 science classroom markets.
Medina has more than 10 years experience in training and development and has over six years experience as an educator in higher education. She has a master of science degree in instructional design for online learning from Capella University, a master's in educational leadership from Northern Arizona University, and a bachelor's degree in journalism and mass communication from New Mexico State University.
To register for this class, or for more information about the community education program, contact Joel Beck (480-677-7721 / firstname.lastname@example.org).