Do you need to add pizazz to your professional presentations and slide shows? Learn how to identify on-screen features; navigate through a presentation; create and edit slides; use Slide Master to format multiple slides at one time; visually enhance slides using Clip Art, Smart Art, and Word Art objects; create organization charts; create and edit graphs; run a slide show; add notes to a slide; …more
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.
Do you want to further enhance the skills learned in the introductory CommonSpot course? Create a basic page from a News story template and a custom page based on a Layout template. Learn how to a upload photo and .PDF files, utilize custom elements on a page, including a Tout with a Call to Action, filtered elements, a textbox with photo and a Hero filmstrip. (Prerequisite: A valid CommonSpot …more
The Microsoft Excel 2010 Advanced Level course builds upon the data organization and spreadsheet skills learned in the Introduction and Intermediate Excel 2010 courses. You will learn how to apply conditional formatting to emphasize specific data elements, work with comments, differentiate between formulas, values and formats when using the Paste Special command, create range names, set up a …more
Blackboard is a powerful Learning Management System that can serve as the central communication hub for your traditional face to face classes. Learn how to use some of the free tools available in Blackboard to enhance your course. The Technology in the Classroom Series is produced for AU faculty members by the Center for Teaching, Research, and Learning
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.
Take your basic PowerPoint presentations to the next level. Build upon the presentation skills learned in the introductory course. Learn how to link to a file from a slide, embed document content on a slide, add narration to a presentation, create a new Slide Master, enhance slide layouts, and add movies to slides.