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March 8, 2013

  • Last day to drop a spring class or change a grade option (mid-term)

Storify enables you to collect the top stories of the day from YouTube, Flickr, Google searches, and your social media. Create your own story, by collecting and commenting on pictures, videos, web articles, or any digital content available on the internet.

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Host: Center for Teaching, Research and Learning

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After MARCH 8

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

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Host: Office of Information Technology

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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.

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Host: Office of Information Technology

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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.

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Host: Office of Information Technology

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The Lotus Notes Advanced Level course will build on the skills learned in the Introduction course. You will learn how to work with graphic objects, add tables to a mail object, creating reusable stationery, automating Notes tasks, use Notes as a time management tool, explore the collaborative features of Notes and create both image and HTML signature files.

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Host: Office of Information Technology

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Getting Started with Blackboard

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Host: University Library

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