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Please use this self-service form to sign up for our workshops. Fields marked with a red asterisk must be filled in. Please contact the Technology HelpDesk at 802-443-2200 if you need assistance with this form or have any questions.
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Introduction to Drupal
For beginners/newcomers—learn the basics of managing a department website from creating pages to building and maintaining text-based content. This session will also cover how to embed images, as well as audio and video files.
Thu, 3/13, 3:00 - 4:30 pm, Davis Family Library, Rm 105
Wed, 4/16, 1:00 - 2:30 pm, Davis Family Library, Rm 105
Drupal Work Session
Do you wish there was someplace quiet and peaceful where you could go to work on your departmental web pages, uninterrupted? Well, there is! Come to a Drupal site work session and have someone right there to answer all of your questions and help you with any problems. This is not a formal workshop; we will answer questions and problems as they come up.
Wed, 3/19, 1:00 - 2:30 pm, Davis Family Library, Rm 105
Wed, 4/30, 3:00 - 4:30 pm, Davis Family Library, Rm 105
We can give you access to our Google Analytics reports so that you can look at traffic patterns for your website, but in order to get the most from this tool, you'll need to do a bit of set up work and understand the basics of the platform. What we'll cover: Google Analytics tips & tricks, what number you should care about, search engine optimization, and getting your account set up. What we won't cover: Goals, conversions, AdWords, and on page events. If you need help with these, please send a note to firstname.lastname@example.org and ask for a one-on-one meeting to discuss Google Analytics. Format: The workshop will last an hour with additional time for questions and discussion, as needed. Materials: Available ahead of the workshop at http://go.middlebury.edu/analytics-workshop and hard copies will be made available at the session. [Class size limit: 10]
Mon, 3/3, 1:30 - 3:00 pm, Davis Family Library, Rm 105
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Using Online Learning at Middlebury
Lynda.com is a fabulous video-based online instruction resource available to all Middlebury faculty, staff and students. If you haven’t yet made time to check it out, let us give you a hand. Attend this brief session and learn how to search for desired courses and video segments, queue or bookmark them for ease of access, as well as see how easily you can acquire new skills using these short 2-3 minutes videos. Over 2,000 courses are currently available covering a wide variety of topics -- from popular programs (MS Word & Excel) to specialized applications (Blender & Autocad), from essential skills (computer literacy & running effective meetings) to social topics (Facebook & eBay).
Thu, 3/20, 4:15 - 5:00 pm, Davis Family Library, Rm 105
Mon, 4/14, 4:15 - 5:00 pm, Davis Family Library, Rm 105
Information Security RoadShow
The Information Security RoadShow is a discussion-based presentation designed to raise awareness around cyber security including phishing, surfing the Internet and malware. Workshop attendees will leave better able to protect themselves and the College when working in cyber space, both at Middlebury and at home.
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