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Faculty/Staff Development Training

Signing Up For Classes

Improve your computer skills with our training classes offered on a variety of dates to fit your busy schedule.

Sign up for classes through Sign Up Genius by creating an account and adding your desired selections. When creating an account, please use your LONGWOOD EMAIL, BUT NOT YOUR LONGWOOD PASSWORD, as Sign Up Genius is a separate, third party system.

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Note that once a class is full you will no longer be able to sign up.  A few days before the event, you'll get an email reminder.  Once you sign up for a class, your name will appear beside the event, showing your status.

 

Class Descriptions

Microsoft Office 2010 - For PC users, this class features a summary of changes in the 2010 of office that the university is installing moving forward.

Microsoft Excel 2010 - For PC users, this class provides an introduction to getting around the basics of Excel and basic formulas.

Microsoft Power Point 2010 - For PC users, this class provides an introduction to creating, customizing and presenting with PowerPoint.

Narrating w/ PowerPoint 2010 - For PC users, this class provides info on how to narrate PPT slides and turn them into a video that you can upload to various mechanisms like Echo 360 or YouTube.

Microsoft Outlook 2010 - For PC users, this class provides an introduction to using Outlook for Email and Calendar.

Microsoft Access 2010 - For PC users, this class provides an introduction to using templates and wizards to create a simple database.

Windows 7 - For PC users, this class provides an introduction to Windows 7 and new features that you will have available in Windows 7 if switching from Windows XP.

iPads - For anyone interested in learning more about iPads.  Discussion of iPad minis, and iPhones also included.  Includes gestures, apps and more.

Echo 360 Personal Lecture Capture - For anyone interested in capturing lectures on a computer that include video and or desktop content to display to students through Blackboard or the forthcoming Canvas systems.

 
  • All classes are in 204 Lancaster unless otherwise noted. CSTAC is the Communication Studies Building at the South end of campus.  If there is a change, you will be notified as soon as possible.