The Introduction to CommonSpot course is for American University staff who will serve as departmental contributors to CommonSpot, American University's Content Management System.
This first class in a series will introduce you to CommonSpot access, user roles, page types, and image requirements. You will learn to log on to the system, and create News and Success Stories based on AU Content ...more
The Introduction to Lotus Notes course provides training on the industry leading groupware application facilitating data sharing and communications between staff. You will learn the basic skills and knowledge necessary to use the essential features including how to customize the components of the Notes workstation environment, manage your mail, personalize email letterhead, use address books, ...more
Do you need to add pizazz to your professional presentations and slide shows? Learn how to identify on-screen features; navigate through a presentation; create and edit slides; use Slide Master to format multiple slides at one time; visually enhance slides using Clip Art, Smart Art, and Word Art objects; create organization charts; create and edit graphs; run a slide show; add notes to a slide; ...more
The Microsoft Excel 2010 Advanced Level course builds upon the data organization and spreadsheet skills learned in the Introduction and Intermediate Excel 2010 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
The Adobe Dreamweaver Advanced Level course will build on content learned from the Introduction class. You will learn how to create rollovers, create a navigation bar, create Flash text and buttons, create Library items, create templates, and uploading files to a website.
Managing your content pages on the new MyAU portal is easy, if you have the basic Sharepoint knowledge you need. Learn about the fundamentals of Sharepoint, the technology on which the portal was built. Participants will also develop content pages, add webparts to their pages, and manage existing content.