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Peoplechamp31 - QPS Board approves higher 2014 tax levy - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Oh I'm for getting read of these building just don't make it sound like the walls are coming down around them! Hell we still have kids in there so I know it isn't that bad!
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I wasn't going to go to this movie, but I fear the cancellation is the beginning of the end of freedom of expression. Now any loser can hack into a business' computers to get them to stop selling something. Is this progress?
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Quinn should butt out and let Rauner appoint an interim comptroller and decide if an election is needed or even wanted by Illinois citizens. Why waste more tax payer dollars for a special session, especially if Rauner disagrees with Quinn's stance. The earliest election would be 2016, so what's the hurry Quinn? The special session is a total waste of tax payer dollars
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There are very few truly victimless crimes. If you look at Quincy, the arrests and names you see over and over again aren't usually getting picked up for smoking a joint, they're getting arrested for cooking and selling meth. Many times they're putting kids in danger, and the majority of the time they're also sucking from the public teat instead of cleaning up their act and getting…
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Bud, to his credit, is one of the only board members that ever sets foot in the schools. During one of his visits, he found a book in a second grade classroom he took an interest in and asked the teacher if he could borrow it, bless his heart.

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JWCC offering Web Graphic and Interactivity Class in Spring

1 year, 11 months ago by Paige Traeder

Topics covered in the course include working with objects, importing, selecting, modifying graphics, creating animations and special effects, and much more

John Wood Community College will offer Web Graphics and Interactivity (Adobe Flash and Fireworks) (CSC 247) in the Macintosh Lab using Adobe Creative Suite CS5 during the Spring 2013 semester.

Topics covered in the course include working with objects, importing, selecting, and modifying graphics, creating animations and special effects, working with symbols, creating interactive applications, preparing and publishing movies, adding sound and video, creating sophisticated Web page navigation, and much more. 

Other Graphic Design classes offered in the spring include Graphic and Photo Manipulation (Adobe Photoshop) (CSC 220), Advanced Web Page Design (Adobe Dreamweaver) (CSC 246), Introduction to Web Page Design (CSC 146), Desktop Publishing with InDesign (CSC 186), Portable Document Format (CSC 190), Computerized Illustration (Adobe Illustrator) (CSC 248), and Advanced Graphic Applications (CSC 249). 

Web Graphics & Interactivity and Advance Web Page Design are blended courses (part classroom and part online).  The classroom portion of Web Graphics & Interactivity will meet Tuesdays from 9:00 to 10:45 a.m.

The classroom portion of Advance Web Page Design will meet on Tuesdays from 2 to 3:45 p.m. 

Graphic and Photo Manipulation is offered in a traditional classroom. It will meet on Mondays and Wednesdays from 9:30 to 10: 45 a.m.  

The other five classes are being offered through JWCC’s open learning center (self-paced instruction) on Mondays from 1 to 4 or 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.

To register, call JWCC at 217.224.6500.  Class size is limited, so students are encouraged to register as soon as possible.  For more information about these classes and prerequisites please call Barbara Stoll at 217.641.4520.

 


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