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Introduction to Sharepoint 2010
Anderson OIT Training Lab
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.
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.
The Microsoft Excel 2010 Intermediate Level course will build on the skills learned in the Introduction course. You will learn how to work with multiple worksheets in a single workbook by adding three-dimensional references to formulas, and consolidating data from the worksheets; control the appearance of worksheet data with custom formats; organize data using a variety of graph and chart ...more
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
R25/25Live is the web-based application used to schedule space for campus events and publicize on the master calendar. This course will teach pre-approved Sub-Schedulers (space assigners) how to process requests, assign spaces, create new events, run space utilization reports and much more.
Enrollment questions should be directed to University Event Scheduling 202-885-3939.