Technology Services Calendar

 
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Important Dates

OCTOBER 7, 2013

Monday
      • 11:45 am – 1:00 pm
      • CTRL Research Support Workshop: Introduction to MatLab
      • Hurst Social Science Research Classroom 202
      • VSPACER
      • CTRL's research support workshops are running. Join us today for an introduction to MATLAB. MATLAB is a high-level programming language which has been the standard in technical computing for many years. Researchers can use MATLAB for data analysis, numerical computation, optimization and visualization. This workshop provides shows you how to: start MATLAB and obtain help; work in Desktop View; ...more

        Type: Workshop
        Host: Center for Teaching, Research and Learning

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AFTER OCTOBER 7

      • Tue 10/08/13
        10:30 am – 11:30 am
      • CTRL - Making the most of your Gmail and Google Drive
      • Hurst Social Science Research Classroom 202
      • Google Drive allows instructors to easily access and edit documents from any device, share assignments, review student progress and collaboration, and streamline the grading process.

        If you are interested in learning other instructional tools or software, please visit the Technology in the Classroom Series website for a full listing of workshops at http://www.american....more

        Type: Training Session
        Host: Center for Teaching, Research and Learning

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      • Tue 10/08/13
        11:45 am – 1:00 pm
      • CTRL - Research Support Workshop: Intermediate STATA
      • Hurst Social Science Research Classroom 202
      • CTRL's research support workshops are running. Join us this week for Intermediate STATA. STATA is one of the most common general-purpose statistical packages used at American University. Designed for users with a basic understanding of the software, this workshop teaches the following skills: Merging data, recoding string variables, collapsing data and creating aggregate level variables, using ...more

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        Host: Center for Teaching, Research and Learning

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      • Tue 10/08/13
        4:00 pm – 5:15 pm
      • CTRL - Research Support Workshop: Intermediate SPSS
      • Hurst Social Science Research Classroom 202
      • CTRL's research support workshops are running. Join us this week for Intermediate SPSS. SPSS is one of the most user-friendly statistical programs, used widely by faculty and students at American University. Designed for users who already have a basic understanding of the software, this workshop teaches you how to: merge data sets, aggregate data summary cases, and split files; shift values using ...more

        Type: Workshop
        Host: Center for Teaching, Research and Learning

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      • Thu 10/10/13
        noon – 1:00 pm
      • CTRL - FACEBOOK & TWITTER: From Distraction to Engagement
      • Hurst Social Science Research Classroom 202
      • In this workshop, you'll learn how to leverage social media to engage and build a foundation for student learning. From the creation of an account, a social media page can become an interactive tool both inside and outside the classroom.

        If you are interested in learning other instructional tools or software, please visit the Technology in the Classroom Series website for a full listing of ...more

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        Host: Center for Teaching, Research and Learning

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      • Thu 10/10/13
        4:00 pm – 5:15 pm
      • CTRL - Research Support Workshop: Introduction to Mathematica
      • Hurst Social Science Research Classroom 202
      • CTRL's research support workshops are running. Join us this week for Introduction to Mathematica. Mathematica is a computational software program used in scientific, engineering, mathematical fields and other areas of technical computing. In this introductory workshop you will learn how to: evaluate simple expressions, find decimal approximations, and use palettes; manipulate some simple ...more

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        Host: Center for Teaching, Research and Learning

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