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ITS is pleased to announce that the Technology Learning Center will be offering training on a variety of computing topics this week, February 25th through March 1st. Click any link below to register online instantly.

Excel Series:
Excel for Windows: Introduction
Excel for Windows: Charts, Graphs, & Pivot Tables

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Operating System Series:
Macintosh: Best Practices for Using Mac OS X

Outlook Calendar Series:
Moving to Outlook Calendar for Macintosh
Moving to Outlook Calendar for Windows

Photoshop Series:
Photoshop: Introduction
Photoshop: Editing Graphics

Sakai Series:
Sakai: Introduction for Instructors
Sakai: Creating Learning Units
Sakai: Project Sites for Everyone
Sakai: Gradebook

ITS offers computing workshops every week on a variety of topics in the Technology Learning Center (101 Friends Hall) at no charge to all faculty, staff, and students.

Current list of training topics offered -- http://www.ithaca.edu/its/workshops 

Online training calendar and registration -- http://ithaca.edu/its/tlc/schedule

Support for Persons with Disabilities: The ITS Technology Learning Center (TLC) in room 101 Friends Hall is accessible by wheelchair and includes a workstation that can be raised or lowered for optimal computer access. Support for visual and hearing impairments is also available. Individuals with disabilities who would like accommodations during training or consulting sessions are encouraged to contact Sharon Beltaine to make arrangements in advance (phone: 274-1045, email: sbeltaine@ithaca.edu).

 

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