All WKU faculty and staff wanting to use a database.
Intended for beginning users, this workshop assumes no prior experience with Microsoft Access. Class defines a database application. Concentrates on the design of a table, field types, properties, form view, data entry,and record selection.
Must have completed Blackboard New Course Instructors Workshop OR New Organization Leaders Workshop
Who Should Attend:
Any WKU faculty or staff member who has completed the Blackboard New Course Instructors Workshop OR New Organization Leaders workshop and is interested in tracking and posting grades online.
Blackboard offers a way to manage student grades online and allow students to review those grades. This workshop will cover building a gradebook, managing items and grades, setting up weighting, and other options offered in the Grade Center.
New this month is a session on Microsoft Outlook. Using Outlook 2010 is an introductory class covering all the basic information needed to successfully use Outlook at WKU. This session is scheduled on Wednesday, January 16 at 1:30 PM.
Additional sessions in January include Blackboard topics, OU Campus and Adobe Photoshop Basics.
All sessions listed on this calendar are free of charge. Training offered by the IT Division is intended for faculty and staff, with some sessions open to students also. The description of each workshop contains information about who should attend.
Training Available COMPLETELY Online
The IT Division is now offering the Blackboard New Course Instructor training completely online as an alternative to the face-to-face session with the same name. You can register for this course through the IT Training tab in Blackboard (https://blackboard.wku.edu). There are a number of other workshops available online through the IT Training tab, including additional Blackboard topics, Respondus, Tegrity, Adobe Captivate, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Photoshop Basics, Clickers, OU Campus, and Creating ADA Compliant Course Materials.
IT provides a number of video tutorials that cover a wide variety of technology topics. Most tutorials are less than five minutes long and can be accessed anytime, anywhere, as many times as desired by way of the Internet. While viewing these videos, you can pause and rewind them to make sure you get the information you need. Videos are added periodically and marked as “NEW!” on the Video Tutorials page. This will make it easier for you to identify videos that have been added. Our library of videos currently houses over 370 tutorials.