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For the week of September 16, 2019

Korean Conversation

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New event this semester: Korean Conversation through K-Drama


Dear Faculty, Lecturers and TAs,

The Grant Hall Oasis is hopping!  In addition to our weekly conversation hours and film series, there are a variety of special celebrations.

TODAY, Monday 9/16, 12-2pm, you're invited to a Moon Festival celebration hosted by Chinese.  There will be special tea, moon cakes, and a trivia contest!

Last week, there was a joyous celebration of Korean Thanksgiving (see photos). 

More to celebrate⁠—LCLC Language Peer Tutoring is serving lots of your French, German, and Italian BLP students.  We look forward to working with Spanish BLP students in October.  Our tutoring schedule and more information about peer tutoring is here:  lclc.uic.edu/peer-tutoring

Syllabus envy?  The thing where you talk to another teacher and think, wow, that website project looks amazing!  LCLC staff can help you decide if a project will work in your class⁠—contact us at lclc@uic.edu.

This week's workshop is on Basic photo editing⁠—see more info in the LCLC Weekly Workshop box below to find out when to stop by GH 308 and what there is to learn!


Do you have a project in mind but aren’t sure how to make it work? Is there a technology that you’d like to learn more about or possibly use in your course? The LCLC is here to help! We have tech tools for every kind of project - in any kind of class from beginning language to advanced graduate - and can help you find the best way to integrate them effectively and meaningfully into your teaching. Email us at lclc@uic.edu with all your questions!

A teaching with technology tip of the week:

Print multiple pages per sheet in MS Word

Here is an easy way to print multiple smaller copies of a document on one sheet of paper:

1) Write your document in MS Word
2) Click "file", then "print" to bring up the usual print screen
3) For the last option in "settings", choose the number of pages you want for each sheet of paper
4) Important! For "pages", type in "1" as many times as the number you chose above (e.g. for 4 pages per sheet, type "1, 1, 1, 1" (see a screenshot here)
5) Choose how many copies of the sheet you want (e.g. 10 copies x 4 pages per sheet = 40 total)
6) Click "print", get your pages from the printer, and cut out your miniature documents!

UIC LCLC social media! Encourage your students and colleagues to check out the UIC Language and Culture Learning Center Facebook page and Instagram and Twitter feeds. Stay up-to-date with LCLC happenings. Promoting our pages is a good way to ensure your students know about your conversation hour or film series.

LCLC Weekly Workshop: Basic photo editing
Week of September 16th
Wednesday
11-12
GH 301
Thursday
1-2
GH 301


Weekly Workshop: Basic photo editing. 
While a powerful, multi-faceted program like Adobe Photoshop packs plenty of power and features, there is a lot that you can do with free photo-editing programs and even the programs that come pre-loaded on your computer. For everyday photo-editing needs, a little creativity and familiarity with the tools right in front of you can go a long way! Programs like Paint/Paint 3D as well as Microsoft Photos provide quick and simple ways to crop, re-size, change file type, and apply basic edits such as filters and light correction that help make your photos better-looking and easier to use and share. For more elaborate creative projects, the free online program Paint.net provides an intuitive and innovative user interface with support for layers, unlimited undo, special effects, and a wide variety of useful and powerful tools. Stop by GH 308 during the times listed above and learn more!


Can't make the scheduled workshop times? Email us to set up a meeting at the LCLC or in your office: lclc@uic.edu

Weekly events for you and your students in 308 Grant Hall, listed below and on our calendar: lclc.uic.edu. All events at the LCLC are free and open to students of all levels (and the whole UIC community). To request 308 for your cultural event, click here.

CONVERSATION HOURS & FILMS
GRANT HALL 308 (LANGUAGE OASIS)

Please see lclc.uic.edu for the most up-to-date schedule.

All UIC students, staff, and faculty are welcome to attend and practice their language skills.
All films are shown with English subtitles.

Click a flag to view event details including film titles and descriptions.

Monday


Chinese Conversation

12 - 1




2 - 2:30

 

Tuesday
Korean Conversation

10 - 11

 

 
Wednesday
German Conversation

12 - 1



3 - 5
every other week



1 - 2



3:30 - 4:30
every other week

Italian Conversation

2 - 3
Thursday


Korean Conversation

2-3


Spanish Conversation

3-4


Japanese Conversation

4-5

Friday
French Conversation

12-1



2-4
starting 9/27
 

Scroll down to see our featured Cultural Events in the Chicago area. If you know of an event you think would fit, please send it to us by 9AM on Friday mornings, and we'll include it in our Monday newsletter.

Visit us online: http://lclc.uic.edu

To set up an individual appointment or suggest a workshop topic, contact us at lclc@uic.edu.


This Week's Featured Chicago-Area Cultural Event

Arina Dähnick, The MIES-Project (Photography exhibition) - Monday, September 16th (runs until October 11th)
With the legendary Leica M rangefinder camera - an unusual choice for architectural photography - Arina follows her photographic intuition, choosing viewing angle and distance, the different light at various times of day and year, adjusting aperture, exposure, and focusing manually. The photographer captures the soul of the architecture with her camera, designing interlocking image levels, initiating a multifaceted game with reality and perception, between the reality and imagination.
Fee: FREE
Location: Goethe Institut Chicago: 150 North Michigan Avenue Suite 200, Chicago, lL 60601
Click here for more information.

Next Week's Featured Chicago-Area Cultural Event

In Guerra per Amore (At War for Love) [Film Screening]- FRIDAY, September 27, 2019
Part comedy, part love story, part WWII drama, this heartwarming film will have you cheering for the Brooklyn waiter who gets a "free trip back to Italy" by joining the Army in 1943. His mission: romance. 
Film screened in Italian with English subtitles.
Fee: FREE
Location: Casa Italia - Ball Room, 1621 N. 39th Avenue, Stone Park, IL 60165
Click here for more information.