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Organized into 7 modules, Banner Finance Training Online introduces you to the university?s chart of accounts, forms, and terminology used to convey business transactions, financial reporting, and record keeping in the Banner environment. After seeing how to navigate Banner, you will learn about how forms are named and organized, their application, and how to locate financial data regarding projects, funds, organizations, accounts, and programs. The most common Banner forms are reviewed in detail, along with instructions on how to access each form. Resources, such an online glossary and most-used non-Banner finance forms are also included in the course. Forms and charts may be downloaded to your computer. More
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Learn how to transform PowerPoint presentations, Word documents, and outdated lectures into interactive and engaging lessons that can be embedded into Blackboard. More
Starts: Mon, 9/26/2016 10:00 AM
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In this session, you will learn to quickly create exams or quizzes with multiple test questions. You will learn to import tests from Word, create and upload blocks of questions, and upload tests and test banks/pools directly into Blackboard. More
Starts: Mon, 9/26/2016 3:00 PM
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Learn how to access Blackboard and manage or create course settings, menu, folders or lesson modules and announcements; and how to upload documents and create simple assignments and create announcements. More
Starts: Tue, 9/27/2016 10:00 AM
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Do you want to learn how to write proposals? Are you interested in understanding the grant writing process and how it can help you with your business and personal goals? If you are interested in learning more about proposal writing this workshop is for you. This workshop will introduce strategies for writing business proposals. During the course of workshop, the facilitator will cover the RFP process, the difference between for-profit and non-profit writing, and strategies for developing your ideas into full blown proposals. Facilitator: Dr. Kimberly Harper, Department of English More
Starts: Tue, 9/27/2016 10:00 AM
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Do you want to get creative and make interesting compositions with layers? Are you looking for tips to make your Photoshop collages more realistic? Join us as we use the tools and concepts we discovered in the Photoshop Essentials workshop to take photocompositions to the next level. Together we will fully uncover the power of layers and layer masks as well as working with text in this hands-on learning experience. More
Starts: Tue, 9/27/2016 1:00 PM
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In this workshop, participants will learn how to manage groups, assign work to groups, and share group work during a live Collaborate session. More
Starts: Tue, 9/27/2016 2:00 PM
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The target population for this training is all employees. This workshop will cover basic grammar and mechanics. The facilitator will go over subject-verb agreement, punctuation, writing complete sentences, and other writing challenges that people might struggle with. Attendees are welcomed to bring specific questions and receive one-on-one feedback. Facilitator: Mrs. Veloisa Marsh, Department of English More
Starts: Wed, 9/28/2016 10:00 AM
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Do you love listening to Podcasts? Have you thought about creating one? In this workshop, we will record ourselves using Garageband on iPads and Audacity on our computers, edit our recordings and walk away knowing the steps to publish. More
Starts: Wed, 9/28/2016 10:00 AM
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Worried about academic dishonesty during online tests? Join this session to learn about two new Blackboard enhancements, Respondus LockDown Browser and Respondus Monitor, designed to reduce cheating during online tests and protect academic integrity. You will learn to use the LockDown Browser to prevent students from printing, copying, and accessing other applications and URLs. You will also learn to use Respondus Monitor to record videos of test sessions. This workshop will also cover tips and best practices that should help reduce cheating opportunities during online tests. More
Starts: Wed, 9/28/2016 3:00 PM
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