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Sharepoint Team Site Administration
Anderson OIT Training Lab
Sharepoint Team Sites are a new way to collaborate at American University. Explore the various templates that are available and find out how to request a team site. Learn how to administer your team site, control access, and invite new members, manage documents and other content, and customize the site to best meet your needs.
The General Ledger course prepares you to utilize the Datatel Colleague Financial System to manage your department's financial data. You will learn how to perform standard look-ups such as GLST, ACBL and AHST and run reporst including LGLA, GLSA, GLBR and XGAR. You will also receive an overview of the Budget Cycle, and learn about key dates and events within the cycle.
This Purchasing course provides you with an overview of the AU Purchasing Cycle and gives you hands-on experience creating Purchase Requisitions and researching Purchase Order and Vendor/Voucher information in the system.
Prerequisite: A valid Datatel account and supervisory permission is required to attend this course.
(Prerequisite: A valid Informer account) Generating accurate, timely reports is an essential tool in today's workplace. Learn how the powerful Entrinsik Informer reporting tool provides you with access to real-time data from one or more databases through an intuitive web interface. Explore how to navigate through the tool, search for reports, and export results into multiple formats. Participants ...more
The Advanced CommonSpot course is for American University staff who will serve as departmental contributors to CommonSpot, American University's Content Management System.
In this course, add video to a News template and as an element on a webpage, edit the left navigation bar, create a form with fields for visitor input, customize Twitter and Facebook elements, update staff/faculty profile ...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.