Small Group / Classroom Training Sessions
Upcoming Training Sessions and Workshops for Faculty, Staff and Students:Part 1: Cascade User Information Part 2: Class registration
|7/22/14||Cascade||This class is intended for individuals who have been appointed as a website contributor or website manager for their department’s website. Participants will learn the basics of the Cascade CMS (Content Management System) during this hands-on session. Please do not register for this session if you have not been appointed as a website contributor or website manager.||9:30 am - 12:30 pm||LTC - Room 42, Studio||
To register, please complete Step 1 and Step 2:
|7/23/14||Camtasia and Snag-It||Interested in creating your own training videos for your students, a class project or for your office colleagues? During this one hour session you will see how this can be accomplished through two TechSmith applications - Camtasia Studio and Snag-It.||10:00 am - 11:00 am||LTC - Room 42, Studio||Class Registration|
|7/31/14||Google Drive/Apps||Learn about Google Drive data security, organizing your data, storage limits and how to collaborate and share data with others. You will also learn the basics of Google applications during this hands-on session.||10:00 am - 11:00 am||LTC - Room 20, Team Space||Class Registration|
|7/31/14||Excel Automation||Do you have weekly tasks in Excel such as cleaning up spreadsheets? Have you tried automating Excel? During this intermediate level class, we will explore automating Excel to speed up your workflow. Feel free to bring your own spreadsheet file for some practical exercises!||2:00 pm - 3:00 pm||LTC - Room 20, Team Space||Class Registration|
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Special note for faculty, staff and students:
Please contact IT Training at (937) 229-2137 or email@example.com to request small group training sessions. Faculty are encouraged to invite IT Training Department instructors to visit first year student classrooms and discuss university essentials such as: Porches, Google Applications (Drive, Docs, Email, Calendar), certification opportunities and Atomic Learning.
On Demand Training
Atomic Learning: Online training solutions that answer “How do I do that?” questions through an extensive library of short, easy-to-understand tutorial movies. Sign on with your university username and password 24/7 and gain access to over 250 applications including Microsoft Office products (for Macintosh OS and Windows), Google Applications, SPSS, Twitter, Photoshop and more!
IT Training Five Minute Flicks: Access short training videos designed specifically for University of Dayton applications through the University's official YouTube channel and IT Training playlist.
Digital Storytelling: Learn how to explain difficult concepts and increase classroom engagement through the use of computer technology and video.
Microsoft Office Training: Training videos and free webinars directly from the Microsoft Office training site.
Safari Books Online: Fast, easy reading of thousands of technical books from industry leading publishers.Back to top from On Demand Training
Contact IT Training to schedule a consultation. Depending on your need, one of the following staff will coordinate a meeting with you or direct you to another source for assistance.
Leah Bergman, eLearning
Shawna Collins, Technology Support Services
John LeComte, eMedia
Mike McClure, IT Training
Jerry Timbrook, eLearning
Elizabeth Timmons, Web Services
The IT Training Department is an authorized testing facility for two industry recognized certification programs - Internet and Computing Core Certification (IC3) and Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS). Take advantage of this opportunity to add certification to your credentials and professional development.
Please contact Mike McClure at (937) 229-5030 for current pricing and additional testing information.Back to top from Certifications