Learning & Organization Develop (L&OD) has seats available for upcoming technology courses. See details below. Go to: http://www.hr.duke.edu/training/workshops/ to register. For more questions, call: (919) 613-7600 or (919) 613-7613 or e-mail: email@example.com
Windows and File Management: March 25, 2015 (8:30 AM – 4:30 PM)
Why take an “intro” course? Many of us successfully taught ourselves the basics of operating a computer. This is an admirable accomplishment, but it usually means that there are functions, techniques, and shortcuts that we never discovered. Make time to formally learn Windows now, and you will get a quick payoff in improved efficiency and new skills. And if you are a novice computer user, this is a great opportunity to start with core knowledge and skills that will also help you explore other software programs.
Intro to Windows and File Management is designed for anyone who wishes to enhance their understanding of computer basics and use key board short cuts to do various tasks, or operate a computer effectively. Though many novice users benefit from the course, it is not uncommon for someone with a little more experience to benefit from Windows shortcuts (old and new), better multi-tasking techniques, and also get a refresher on forgotten techniques.
Finally, while it is important to understand the Windows environment and work proficiently, it is equally important (if not more), to understand file and folder management, Network and Personal drives, and also learn some terminology associated with Windows and File management.
Access 2010 Level 1: March 31 – April 1, 2015 (8:30 AM – 4:30 PM)
In this two-day workshop, you will learn the concepts of a relational database, practice building a database from scratch, and modify that database. We will examine database concepts and explore the Access environment through
- designing a basic database
- building a new database with related tables
- managing data in a table
- querying a database using different methods
- designing forms
- generating reports
Learning to use Access effectively will impact the way your databases function, and also save you time and money.