June 2013 Technology Training Schedule


WebEx Training for New Hosts – Training 1 of 4
June 3 from 10:00-11:00 in Nicarry 210 or via WebEx– Logging in and Scheduling a Meeting

WebEx is a synchronous online web-conferencing option for faculty teaching online or hybrid courses.  This session will detail how to log into WebEx as a host and schedule a meeting with students.

Interested in possibly using WebEx?  Contact Linda Macaulay (macaulayl@etown.edu or x1554) for more information and to have a host account created.


Publisher 2010 Introduction – Non-Credit Computer Training

Tuesday, June 4, 2013 from 9:00-3:00

Meets in Nicarry 108

Publisher, a program in the Microsoft Office 2010 suite, is a desktop publishing program that makes it easy to layout simple flyers to complex newsletters.  You will learn to insert and edit  pictures, clip art and shapes, tables, WordArt, headers and footers and building blocks. We will investigate and setup varied page layouts such as brochures and greeting cards and apply designs that make  your publication eye-catching.

This class is open to faculty, staff and students for only the $30 book fee. The general public may also attend for $90. Contact Kathy Kellie (x1582 or kelliek@etown.edu) to enroll. 


WebEx Training for New Hosts – Training 2 of 4
June 10 from 10:00-11:00 in Nicarry 210 or via WebEx– Sharing Content, Identifying Icons, Buttons and Panels, Differences in Meeting Center vs. Training Center

WebEx is a synchronous online web-conferencing option for faculty teaching online or hybrid courses.  This session will describe the key features of the interface.

Interested in possibly using WebEx?  Contact Linda Macaulay (macaulayl@etown.edu or x1554) for more information and to have a host account created.


PowerPoint 2010 Introduction – Non-Credit Computer Training

Tuesday, June 11, 2013 from 9:30-3:30

Meets in Nicarry 108

Explore the PowerPoint environment and create a new presentation. Format text on slides to enhance clarity, add graphical objects to a presentation and modify them. Add tables, charts and learn how to apply animations. Then finalize the presentation and deliver the slide show.

This class is open to faculty, staff and students for only the $30 book fee. The general public may also attend for $90. Contact Kathy Kellie (x1582 or kelliek@etown.edu) to enroll. 


WebEx Training for New Hosts – Training 3 of 4
June 17 from 12:00-1:00 in Nicarry 210 or via WebEx – Troubleshooting and Teaching with WebEx

WebEx is a synchronous online web-conferencing option for faculty teaching online or hybrid courses.  This session will focus on troubleshooting and ways to use this tool in teaching.

Interested in possibly using WebEx?  Contact Linda Macaulay (macaulayl@etown.edu or x1554) for more information and to have a host account created.


WebEx Training for New Hosts – Training 4 of 4
June 18 from 10:00-11:00 in Nicarry 210 or via WebEx – Advanced Features: Polling and Breakout Sessions

WebEx is a synchronous online web-conferencing option for faculty teaching online or hybrid courses.  This session will detail advanced interactive features.

Interested in possibly using WebEx?  Contact Linda Macaulay (macaulayl@etown.edu or x1554) for more information and to have a host account created.


Fostering and Encouraging Academic Integrity Webinar Series

Six online webinars from late May through June

Click here to register and learn more!

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