New York City is hosting a Digital Printing course for students this fall.
It’s part of the NYC Digital Science Initiative, which aims to teach students about how technology can change how we produce and distribute data.
The course, called Digital Printing: The Complete Course, will run from July 27 to Sept. 11, 2018.
It starts with a class of about 100 students who have been assigned to the course.
The first day of class will cover the basics of digital printing.
The students will then move onto printing with Adobe Creative Cloud, and then on to digital imaging, video, and digital video editing.
The course is part of a partnership between the NYC Department of Education, the NYU School of Law, and Digital Science Institute, which is a partnership of the NYU College of Engineering, NYU School for Social Research, NYU Tech, and the NYU Langone Medical Center.
The program is called Digital Science and will provide students with the basics needed to work with digital data and data visualization.
“We’ve had a tremendous amount of interest from students to learn more about the digital printing process, and we hope that this course will help to bring some of those skills to students as they learn how to print with Adobe,” said Christine Mennen, a partner at the NYU Center for Data Science and the Digital Printing initiative.
Digital Printing:The Complete Course was created by the Digital Science Program at NYU, a partnership with the NYU Tech School, the Center for Digital Literacy, and a partnership partner at Columbia University.
It was launched in 2019 with a goal to train the next generation of digital technology leaders.
The NYC Digital Prints Initiative is a collaboration between Columbia, NYU, the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, the New York Public Library, and other institutions, including Johns Hopkins University, Cornell University, Harvard University, and Stanford University.