D.C. Technology Classes

Arlington Independent Media Beginning, intermediate, and advanced media production workshops address public access, field production, studio production, basic editing, and Final Cut Pro editing. Must be an Arlington Independent Media member to register for classes and complete basic training workshops. $80–$300. 2701-C Wilson Blvd., Arlington. (703) 524-2388. arlingtonmedia.org.

Chinatown Community Cultural Center Basic computer skills training addresses how to use the keyboard and mouse, and navigation of Microsoft Windows XP products. Must be an Asian-Pacific Islander and a D.C. resident. Free. 616 H St. NW, Suite 201. (202) 628-1688. ccccdc.org.

Cue Studios’ Center For Audio Engineering Private and small group classes teach audio engineering, electronic music production, music production, and studio techniques. $199–$9,750. 109 Park Ave., Suite E, Falls Church. (703) 532-9033. centerforaudioengineering.com.

Ledet Instruction in Adobe programs: Captivate, Photoshop Elements, Flash Catalyst, and more. Classes begin at $495. Workshops at 1712 I St. NW. (877) 819-2665. ledet.com.

Search Engine Academy of Washington D.C. Learn how to improve your website’s search engine optimization (SEO) to attract qualified prospects and convince them to buy your products and services. Two-, three-, and five-day workshops available. $1,095–$2,093. 455 M St. NW. (202) 725-1422. search-engine-academy-washington-dc.com.

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Our Readers Say

Chinatown Community Cultural Center appears to be racist. It says that the Chinatown Community Cultural Center offers training only to Asian-Pacific Islanders. I thought racism was not acceptable in today's America. We should protest such behavior. If they exclude blacks, whites, latinos, and others based on ethnicity, that is a shame.

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