Learn how WordPress can allow you to manage and maintain your online content through your very own public website or blog. Blogging can help engage students, facilitate discussions out of the classroom, and grow interest in your subject well after the semester is over. In this session, we will look at exciting examples of successful WordPress sites, discuss how to use WordPress in the classroom, ...more
This course will build upon skills learned in the Introduction to SharePoint 2010 course. You will learn how to customize standard list templates such as the Discussion Board and Calendar templates, and how to create a custom list, You will also learn how to customize SharePoint libraries, and how to create Slide and Wiki libraries. Security and permissions will be discussed in detail, including ...more
Geospatial Research Lab & Idea Space Grand Opening
Geospacial Research Lab & Idea Space
Join the University Library for the grand opening of the Geospatial Research Lab and the Idea Space, October 21st from 3–4:30pm with remarks at 3:30pm. Tour the facilities and learn about GIS and instructional technology support at AU.
Expand your expertise with Lotus Notes. Build upon the skills you learned in the Lotus Notes Introduction course. Learn how to work with graphic objects, add tables to a mail object, create reusable stationery, automate Notes tasks, use Notes as a time management tool, explore the collaborative features of Notes, and create both image and HTML signature files.
The Microsoft Excel 2013 Advanced Level course builds upon the data organization and spreadsheet skills learned in the Introduction and Intermediate Excel 2013 courses. In this course, you will: apply conditional formatting to emphasize specific data elements, work with comments, use Paste Special options, create dynamic named ranges, set up a basic pivot table, show data trends with sparklines, ...more
This workshop is designed to help students develop skills for timed writing assignments and exams. Key topics include reducing stress, outlining, and revising. Experienced Writing Center consultants will offer tips on how to best survive in-class exams. Students are invited to participate by asking questions. This workshop is open to all undergraduate students.
The Successful Student Series is a weekly, one-hour offering of topic-based discussions related to academic skills to help students build confidence in their abilities as college students. Topics will cover academic areas such as using the course syllabus, using time effectively, and developing effective class participation habits. The discussions are open to accepting new students from week to ...more