Freshman spring 2015 semester admission application deadline
10:00 am – noon
Lotus Notes Client - Advanced Level
Anderson OIT Training Lab
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.
A panel of American University faculty discusses diverse approaches to researching health. Panel members will provide insight into different aspects of health-related research and answer questions. Refreshments will be provided.
These events showcase research from across the American University community, with a special emphasis on innovative or multidisciplinary approaches, as well as ...more
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
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
Take your basic PowerPoint presentations to the next level. Build upon the presentation skills learned in the introductory course. Learn how to link to a file from a slide, embed document content on a slide, add narration to a presentation, create a new Slide Master, enhance slide layouts, and add movies to slides.
Piazza: An Alternative to Blackboard's Discussion Board
Hurst Social Science Research Classroom 202
Encourage discussion and student collaboration through Piazza's Q&A forum. The layout of Piazza engages students during class through real time updates, anonymity options, and mobile app accessibility. Piazza's multimedia embedding shows diagrams, images, and videos within the forum, as opposed to linking participants to another site. Piazza eliminates redundant student emails by allowing for ...more