PowerPoint/Word 2007 Student Workshops for October
The Student Technology Education Labis offering three sets of workshops for students during the month of October to the learn the tricks of the Microsoft trade. If you want to know how to navigate the new version of Microsoft 2007, these workshops are perfect for you. All workshops take place in Brothers College, Room 1 (in the basement, just down the hall from the CNS help desk).
Formatting Theses and Dissertations in MS Word 2007
Oct. 7 10:00AM Oct. 21 9:30AM, Oct. 30 11:00AM
1/2 Hour This short workshop will teach students how to use headers & footers to set chapter numbers and top margins for a dissertation or thesis. Please save a chapter of your thesis or dissertation on your F: drive for use during class.
Advanced MS Word 2007: Creating References, Citations, & Indexes
Oct. 10 1:00PM, Oct. 16 11:00AM, Oct. 28 11:00AM
1 Hour Students will learn how to create a reference library reusable for future academic work, create footnotes and endnotes, and learn the necessary steps for creation of an index. Please bring a bibliography with you or have one saved on the F: drive to work with in class.
Oct. 14 10:00AM
1 Hour, 15 minutes An introductory class that will teach basic PowerPoint skills such as how to create presentations from existing templates, importing slides from other presentations, using animation, changing slide backgrounds, creating hyperlinks, and embedding objects - music and video - into presentations.
If you would like to register for the workshops click on the link below
http://www.drew.edu/depts/its/traini...r_workshop.php, or go to http://www.drew.edu/depts/its/training/calendar.php and click on the link at the top of the page titled, "Workshop Registration Page."
ITS Training Coordinator
Visual Resources Curator
"Wòch nan dlo pa konnen doulè wòch nan solèy."
(The rock in the water does not know the pain of the rock in the sun)
- Haitian proverb
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