This October, Academic Computing is offering many workshops on a range of instructional technologies, including creating effective presentations, working with digital images, learning about emerging technologies and copyright issues, and setting up a Blog with the Blogs at UMass Amherst system.
Most sessions are only 50 or 75 minutes long!
October workshop topics include:
- Previews of Window’s MovieMaker and Apple’s iMovie
- Charts and Graphs in Excel
- Digital Image Basics
- Mac Tips & Tricks
- Social Bookmarking with Delicious
- Setting up a Wiki with PBWorks
- Copyright Issues for Faculty
To view the full schedule and register for workshops online, please visit:
Please note that our workshop registration process has changed. To access the workshop registration form, you will need to enter your NetID and password (typically the same ID and password you use for your UMail account). Once you have logged in, you‘ll be able to register for workshops and view a schedule of the events you’ve signed up for (including an easy cancel option). Our new registration system will also help us keep track of people who are interested in certain topics or who have been previously waitlisted for specific workshops.
Interested in training, but none of the scheduled times work for you? Contact the Instructional Media Lab (545-2823) to set up a one-on-one consultation.