Computer Training & Workshops
We aim to offer you our most popular workshops at a variety of times. The following workshops are available to staff, faculty and currently enrolled students. Alumni may enroll for classes on a space-available basis. Workshop descriptions are available by clicking on the title in the schedule. Pre-enrollment is required for all sessions.
To request enrollment, please use our online training request form or call us at 503-768-7020.
Please note that classes will be limited to 15 participants so sign up early to make sure you have a space in class.
Summer 2013 Workshops
June 11th, 2013
10:00am - 11:30am:
Google Sites Basics
This workshop introduces users to the basics of Google Sites, the new alternative to Moodle and LiveWhale for faculty and class web sites. This workshop is designed to jump start those who want to develop a site from scratch.
June 25th, 2013
What’s New in Office 2013
Come hear about the top new features of the latest version of Office for Windows computers. LC has a campus agreement for Microsoft Office. Windows computers installed this summer will come with Office 2013 installed. If you like what you see and want to upgrade now, let us know.(Until 11:30am on June 25th)
July 9th, 2013
Microsoft Office 2013
Come hear about the top new features of the latest version of Office for Windows computers. LC has a campus agreement for Microsoft Office. Windows computers installed this summer will come with Office 2013 installed. If you like what you see and want to upgrade now, let us know.(Until 3:30pm on July 9th)
July 11th, 2013
Managing Your LCgroup
Google Groups will bring new features and functionality to managing a listserv on campus. Learn how to make the most of these new features, including file sharing and document collaboration.(Until 3:30pm on July 11th)
July 23rd, 2013
Windows 8 Preview
Whether you’ve got it on your home machine, or just want to get the scoop on what’s coming, we’ll show you what’s new, what’s different, and how to navigate this latest release of the Windows operating system.(Until 11:30am on July 23rd)
August 7th, 2013
Google Sites Basics
This workshop introduces users to the basics of Google Sites, the new alternative to Moodle and LiveWhale for faculty and class web sites. This workshop is designed to jump start those who want to develop a site from scratch.(Until 3:30pm on August 7th)
Want to attend, but can’t fit it in your schedule? The following workshops will schedule around you! Once they reach the minimum number of registrants, we will work with you to find a time that works for all who have registered.
Advanced Excel: Formulas and Functions
Learn to create formulas and functions, add filters and sorts, and use multiple worksheets to make the most of the powerful functionality of Excel.
Make your inbox work for you! If you’ve mastered the basics, kick your mail up a notch with filters, email aliases, labs, and labels to truly leverage the power of LCmail.
Getting Started with LCcalendar
Get the most out of LCcalendar including initial set up, adding and removing events, responding to invitations, and setting privacy options.
Go beyond your word processor into the world of page layout. If you are creating a newsletter, guide, program, flier, or brochure, these hands-on sessions use a series of projects to help develop your InDesign skills.
Intro to Photoshop (2-part)
Create high-impact images on your computer. Edit and enhance images for your Web pages. Learn to use the current version of the most popular image editing software package on the market today, Adobe Photoshop.
Whether you’re showing students how to log in to WebAdvisor or demonstrating the correct citation format in Word, screencasts can be far more effective than handouts. In this workshop we’ll look at some of the available options and create some easy screencasts.
Using Social Media at L&C
Get a basic understanding of the social media policies and procedures at Lewis & Clark as well as a general understanding of social media culture
Whether it’s for a one-on-one chat, an invited speaker, or a group video conference, there are several options available including Fuzebox, Google Hangouts, and Adobe Connect. We’ll compare and contrast these applications, and help you determine which is best for your needs.
BY REQUEST CLASSES
As always, if you assemble five or more people who are interested in a class on a specific topic (using our supported software) and we will present the class. It’s that easy. Of course, we will have to work together for the date and time. Contact us for more information or to make arrangements.