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Access and work with high resolution CubeSat imagery available through ASU's partnership with Planet Labs Inc.! Planet Labs Inc. has chosen ASU as its first institutional data partner for higher education. PlanetScope and RapidEye sensors collect imagery at 3-5 meter spatial resolution at daily temporal resolution.

During this two-hour workshop session, ASU participants can expect to:

  • Learn about the ASU Planet Incubator Program
  • Differentiate between Planet satellite sensors (PlanetScope and RapidEye)
  • Gain exposure to methods for accessing Planet imagery data
  • Navigate the Planet Explorer interface and search for scenes
  • Explore and filter by different types of Planet imagery options
  • Order and download Planet imagery
  • Import data into an open source GIS platform (QGIS)
  • Create multi-band false- and true-color composites
  • Re-project (warp) image coordinate reference systems
  • Mosaic (merge) multiple scenes
  • Basic raster calculator functions
  • Raster value extraction by polygon

The Planet Incubator Program provides access to an unprecedented level of Planet's daily stream of imagery data.

All workshop participants must first apply for their Planet Labs Inc. account by completing the registration form found at the PIP website (https://gdcs.asu.edu/programs/planet-incubator-program).

Workshop Instructors:

  • Megs Seely
  • Matthew Toro
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Noble Library Instruction Room 105

For More Information Contact:

Matt Toro
ASU Library
matthew.toro@asu.edu

CANCELLED: Screen Acting Summer Intensive

10 a.m.–5 p.m., July 12–14, July 19–21

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This event has been cancelled.

The School of Film, Dance and Theatre’s Screen Acting Summer Intensive workshop will be held over two weekends in July at ASU Film Spark in Santa Monica at the ASU California Center and will also be available as an online workshop. Students will participate in small workshops and learn about auditions, tools of the trade, monologues, improvised scenes, teleprompter techniques, voice-over and more.

Gene Ganssle, a lecturer in the school, will work with Los Angeles-based coaches to bring students a dynamic live and online experience on the business of screen acting. Ganssle has been acting professionally on stage and screen for 30 years in the Phoenix area, with more than 500 films, radio and television commercials and industrial projects to his credit and with dozens of stage roles. He has directed plays and feature films, runs his own video production company and has taught classes to thousands of students, including almost 10 years teaching acting and video production at ASU.

The continuing education workshop, which also features practical advice on the Los Angeles and Phoenix markets, is for actors of all skill levels, including community college, college and ASU alumni in the L.A. area. For students unable to attend in person, online enrollment is available at a dramatically reduced rate for online viewing of recorded workshops, submittal of questions and professional evaluation of self-recorded exercises.

The workshops are limited to 20 slots for the in-person workshop to ensure individual attention.

Register online

 

Photo of Gene Ganssle acting in front of a green screen.

ASU Film Spark at the ASU California Center

725 Arizona Ave, Santa Monica, CA 90401

Registration costs vary

For More Information Contact:

Gene Ganssle
School of Film, Dance and Theatre
Gene.Ganssle@asu.edu

CANCELLED: Screen Acting Summer Intensive

10 a.m.–5 p.m., July 12–14, July 19–21

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This event has been cancelled.

The School of Film, Dance and Theatre’s Screen Acting Summer Intensive workshop will be held over two weekends in July at ASU Film Spark in Santa Monica at the ASU California Center and will also be available as an online workshop. Students will participate in small workshops and learn about auditions, tools of the trade, monologues, improvised scenes, teleprompter techniques, voice-over and more.

Gene Ganssle, a lecturer in the school, will work with Los Angeles-based coaches to bring students a dynamic live and online experience on the business of screen acting. Ganssle has been acting professionally on stage and screen for 30 years in the Phoenix area, with more than 500 films, radio and television commercials and industrial projects to his credit and with dozens of stage roles. He has directed plays and feature films, runs his own video production company and has taught classes to thousands of students, including almost 10 years teaching acting and video production at ASU.

The continuing education workshop, which also features practical advice on the Los Angeles and Phoenix markets, is for actors of all skill levels, including community college, college and ASU alumni in the L.A. area. For students unable to attend in person, online enrollment is available at a dramatically reduced rate for online viewing of recorded workshops, submittal of questions and professional evaluation of self-recorded exercises.

The workshops are limited to 20 slots for the in-person workshop to ensure individual attention.

Register online

 

Photo of Gene Ganssle acting in front of a green screen.

ASU Film Spark at the ASU California Center

725 Arizona Ave, Santa Monica, CA 90401

Registration costs vary

For More Information Contact:

Gene Ganssle
School of Film, Dance and Theatre
Gene.Ganssle@asu.edu

CANCELLED: Screen Acting Summer Intensive

10 a.m.–5 p.m., July 12–14, July 19–21

Share

This event has been cancelled.

The School of Film, Dance and Theatre’s Screen Acting Summer Intensive workshop will be held over two weekends in July at ASU Film Spark in Santa Monica at the ASU California Center and will also be available as an online workshop. Students will participate in small workshops and learn about auditions, tools of the trade, monologues, improvised scenes, teleprompter techniques, voice-over and more.

Gene Ganssle, a lecturer in the school, will work with Los Angeles-based coaches to bring students a dynamic live and online experience on the business of screen acting. Ganssle has been acting professionally on stage and screen for 30 years in the Phoenix area, with more than 500 films, radio and television commercials and industrial projects to his credit and with dozens of stage roles. He has directed plays and feature films, runs his own video production company and has taught classes to thousands of students, including almost 10 years teaching acting and video production at ASU.

The continuing education workshop, which also features practical advice on the Los Angeles and Phoenix markets, is for actors of all skill levels, including community college, college and ASU alumni in the L.A. area. For students unable to attend in person, online enrollment is available at a dramatically reduced rate for online viewing of recorded workshops, submittal of questions and professional evaluation of self-recorded exercises.

The workshops are limited to 20 slots for the in-person workshop to ensure individual attention.

Register online

 

Photo of Gene Ganssle acting in front of a green screen.

ASU Film Spark at the ASU California Center

725 Arizona Ave, Santa Monica, CA 90401

Registration costs vary

For More Information Contact:

Gene Ganssle
School of Film, Dance and Theatre
Gene.Ganssle@asu.edu

CANCELLED: Screen Acting Summer Intensive

10 a.m.–5 p.m., July 12–14, July 19–21

Share

This event has been cancelled.

The School of Film, Dance and Theatre’s Screen Acting Summer Intensive workshop will be held over two weekends in July at ASU Film Spark in Santa Monica at the ASU California Center and will also be available as an online workshop. Students will participate in small workshops and learn about auditions, tools of the trade, monologues, improvised scenes, teleprompter techniques, voice-over and more.

Gene Ganssle, a lecturer in the school, will work with Los Angeles-based coaches to bring students a dynamic live and online experience on the business of screen acting. Ganssle has been acting professionally on stage and screen for 30 years in the Phoenix area, with more than 500 films, radio and television commercials and industrial projects to his credit and with dozens of stage roles. He has directed plays and feature films, runs his own video production company and has taught classes to thousands of students, including almost 10 years teaching acting and video production at ASU.

The continuing education workshop, which also features practical advice on the Los Angeles and Phoenix markets, is for actors of all skill levels, including community college, college and ASU alumni in the L.A. area. For students unable to attend in person, online enrollment is available at a dramatically reduced rate for online viewing of recorded workshops, submittal of questions and professional evaluation of self-recorded exercises.

The workshops are limited to 20 slots for the in-person workshop to ensure individual attention.

Register online

 

Photo of Gene Ganssle acting in front of a green screen.

ASU Film Spark at the ASU California Center

725 Arizona Ave, Santa Monica, CA 90401

Registration costs vary

For More Information Contact:

Gene Ganssle
School of Film, Dance and Theatre
Gene.Ganssle@asu.edu

CANCELLED: Screen Acting Summer Intensive

10 a.m.–5 p.m., July 12–14, July 19–21

Share

This event has been cancelled.

The School of Film, Dance and Theatre’s Screen Acting Summer Intensive workshop will be held over two weekends in July at ASU Film Spark in Santa Monica at the ASU California Center and will also be available as an online workshop. Students will participate in small workshops and learn about auditions, tools of the trade, monologues, improvised scenes, teleprompter techniques, voice-over and more.

Gene Ganssle, a lecturer in the school, will work with Los Angeles-based coaches to bring students a dynamic live and online experience on the business of screen acting. Ganssle has been acting professionally on stage and screen for 30 years in the Phoenix area, with more than 500 films, radio and television commercials and industrial projects to his credit and with dozens of stage roles. He has directed plays and feature films, runs his own video production company and has taught classes to thousands of students, including almost 10 years teaching acting and video production at ASU.

The continuing education workshop, which also features practical advice on the Los Angeles and Phoenix markets, is for actors of all skill levels, including community college, college and ASU alumni in the L.A. area. For students unable to attend in person, online enrollment is available at a dramatically reduced rate for online viewing of recorded workshops, submittal of questions and professional evaluation of self-recorded exercises.

The workshops are limited to 20 slots for the in-person workshop to ensure individual attention.

Register online

 

Photo of Gene Ganssle acting in front of a green screen.

ASU Film Spark at the ASU California Center

725 Arizona Ave, Santa Monica, CA 90401

Registration costs vary

For More Information Contact:

Gene Ganssle
School of Film, Dance and Theatre
Gene.Ganssle@asu.edu

CANCELLED: Screen Acting Summer Intensive

10 a.m.–5 p.m., July 12–14, July 19–21

Share

This event has been cancelled.

The School of Film, Dance and Theatre’s Screen Acting Summer Intensive workshop will be held over two weekends in July at ASU Film Spark in Santa Monica at the ASU California Center and will also be available as an online workshop. Students will participate in small workshops and learn about auditions, tools of the trade, monologues, improvised scenes, teleprompter techniques, voice-over and more.

Gene Ganssle, a lecturer in the school, will work with Los Angeles-based coaches to bring students a dynamic live and online experience on the business of screen acting. Ganssle has been acting professionally on stage and screen for 30 years in the Phoenix area, with more than 500 films, radio and television commercials and industrial projects to his credit and with dozens of stage roles. He has directed plays and feature films, runs his own video production company and has taught classes to thousands of students, including almost 10 years teaching acting and video production at ASU.

The continuing education workshop, which also features practical advice on the Los Angeles and Phoenix markets, is for actors of all skill levels, including community college, college and ASU alumni in the L.A. area. For students unable to attend in person, online enrollment is available at a dramatically reduced rate for online viewing of recorded workshops, submittal of questions and professional evaluation of self-recorded exercises.

The workshops are limited to 20 slots for the in-person workshop to ensure individual attention.

Register online

 

Photo of Gene Ganssle acting in front of a green screen.

ASU Film Spark at the ASU California Center

725 Arizona Ave, Santa Monica, CA 90401

Registration costs vary

For More Information Contact:

Gene Ganssle
School of Film, Dance and Theatre
Gene.Ganssle@asu.edu

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Access and work with high resolution CubeSat imagery data available through ASU's partnership with Planet Labs Inc. 

Join the ASU Library Map and Geospatial Hub for this two-hour workshop on accessing and working with the robust Planet Labs' satellite imagery data available to ASU affiliates.

Planet Labs Inc. has chosen ASU as its first institutional data partner for higher education. PlanetScope and RapidEye sensors collect imagery at 3–5 meter spatial resolution at daily temporal resolution.

During this two-hour workshop session, ASU participants can expect to:

  • Learn about the ASU Planet Incubator Program.
  • Differentiate between Planet satellite sensors (PlanetScope and RapidEye).
  • Gain exposure to methods for accessing Planet imagery data.
  • Navigate the Planet Explorer interface and search for scenes.
  • Explore and filter by different types of Planet imagery options.
  • Order and download Planet imagery.
  • Import data into an open source GIS platform (QGIS).
  • Mosaic (merge) multiple scenes.
  • Create multi-band false- and true-color composites.
  • Re-project (warp) image coordinate reference systems.
  • Basic raster calculator functions.
  • Raster value extraction by polygon

The Planet Incubator Program (PIP) provides access to an unprecedented level of Planet's daily stream of imagery data.

All workshop participants must first apply for their Planet Labs Inc. account by completing the registration form found at the PIP website (https://gdcs.asu.edu/programs/planet-incubator-program).

Workshop Instructor(s):

  • Matthew Toro
Image of Grand Canyon Village satellite imagery from Planet Data.

Noble Library Instruction Room 105

For More Information Contact:

Matt Toro
Map and Geospatial Hub
matthew.toro@asu.edu
480-965-3582 https://lib.asu.edu/geo

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Global Advocacy Certificate Program 2019-2020 — Become a Global Advocate

The Global Advocacy Certificate Program (GACP) is for ASU faculty and staff who wish to cultivate a globally-minded campus. By attending a series of workshops, participants will broaden their awareness of intercultural topics and learn specific strategies for supporting international students and scholars in the classroom and workplace and promoting a more diverse community for all. 

To earn a certificate as a Global Advocate, participants must register for and attend the Foundations of Global Advocacy core course plus at least three elective courses during an academic year. All courses are free of charge and fill on a first-come, first-served basis.

Facilitators*:

Renee Bhatti-Klug, Senior University International Educator

Jennifer Malerich, Executive Director, Academic and Global Engagement

Description: This introductory session will familiarize participants with the GACPby offering an overview of ASU’s international population and its vision for and efforts in internationalization, facilitating activities to allow people to determine their worldviews and build Cultural Intelligence (CQ), and providing strategies for advocating for and engaging students. Special emphasis will be placed on understanding and developing a culture of intersectionality and global citizenship. 

Participants of this session will be able to:

  • Identify the purpose of the GACP and understand how to work more effectively with ASU’s international population
  • Articulate an overview of the international students and scholars at ASU
  • Recognize students’ cultural adjustment and assist in their academic and cultural transitions
  • Engage in developing ASU’s participation in intersectionality and global citizenship

 *Facilitators are subject to change

Computing Commons 120 or via ZOOM

For More Information Contact:

Renee Bhatti-Klug
Office of the University Provost
renee.klug@asu.edu
480-727-2386 http://links.asu.edu/GACP

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Many people use Google Earth but only scratch the surface of its potential. In this workshop, we'll dig deeper to start doing more with it.

Join the ASU Library Map and Geospatial Hub for this two-hour workshop on Google Earth.

Google Earth Pro on desktop is free and offers users more advanced options and functionality. Users can import and export geographic information systems (GIS) data in a variety of formats while exploiting the rich satellite and historical aerial imagery datasets available through the platform.

We'll be focusing on Google Earth Pro, but will also introduce the growing functionality of the web-based client of Google Earth.

Registration is free and open to the public, but seats are limited and priority will be given to ASU students, faculty and staff.

Please see the full calendar of Map and Geospatial Hub events.

Image of A Mountain and ASU in Google Earth

Lattie F. Coor Hall Room 5505

For More Information Contact:

Map and Geospatial Hub
480-965-3582 https://lib.asu.edu/geo

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