Skip to main content

Technology Services Calendar

Training Session Type Events

Important Dates

February 28, 2013

The application of effective project management skills, tools and techniques enables project managers to successfully deliver projects within the constraints of time, cost, quality and scope. This course prepares you to immediately start implementing the principles and techniques of project management within your organization. This course focuses on the essential skills, tools and techniques to …more

Type: Training Session

Host: Human Resources

Full Event Information

Export to my Calendar

Email

Representatives from the Borrowing Desk, Tech Services, Reserves and Interlibrary Loan will give an overview of services available to students. Attendees will learn how to make requests for these services.

Type: Training Session

Host: University Library

Full Event Information

Export to my Calendar

Email

Information Literacy Session for ARTS-420

Type: Training Session

Host: University Library

Full Event Information

Export to my Calendar

Email

This class introduces users to Zotero and Mendeley, two free citation management tools that represent powerful alternatives and/or supplements to programs such as EndNote. Attendees will come away with a clear sense of comparison between major online citation tools, including key strengths and weaknesses. Laptops encouraged but not required.

Type: Training Session

Host: University Library

Full Event Information

Export to my Calendar

Email

This class will help you learn to access and use subject-specific databases that index the scholarly literature necessary for completing a literature review assignment. In addition, the basic aspects of what a literature review looks like will be covered. Bring your research topics and literature review questions with you so that the class can be as useful as possible.

Type: Training Session

Host: University Library

Full Event Information

Export to my Calendar

Email

After FEBRUARY 28

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.

Type: Training Session

Host: Office of Information Technology

Full Event Information

Export to my Calendar

Email

HIST/SIS 296 Dana Hercbergs (Clement Ho)

Type: Training Session

Host: University Library

Full Event Information

Export to my Calendar

Email

Erin Luckett from Readex (Ho)

Type: Training Session

Host: University Library

Full Event Information

Export to my Calendar

Email

The Introduction to Microsoft Excel 2010 course will demonstrate to users the functionality of a spreadsheet and the ease of use in storing, manipulating, analyzing, and visualizing data. You will learn the basic benefits of working with Excel and how to create and format an Excel worksheet. You will also learn how to navigate the Microsoft Excel 2010 environment, customize the Quick Access …more

Type: Training Session

Host: Office of Information Technology

Full Event Information

Export to my Calendar

Email

The Introduction to Adobe Dreamweaver course is for users who want to learn how an HTML editor can help them create great looking Web pages, even if they don’t know any HTML. You will learn the basics of Dreamweaver including how to create simple web pages, work with hyperlinks, format text to visually enhance a web page, create a mail link, add graphics and manage your web files using the site …more

Type: Training Session

Host: Office of Information Technology

Full Event Information

Export to my Calendar

Email