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Office of Information Technology (OIT) Events

January 28 - February 27, 2020

Tuesday, January 28

LinkedIn Clinic

Students get ready for the upcoming job fairs! Each spring and fall, OIT partners with the Center for Career Development to host a LinkedIn Clinic where you...

Wednesday, January 29

LinkedIn Clinic

Students get ready for the upcoming job fairs! Each spring and fall, OIT partners with the Center for Career Development to host a LinkedIn Clinic where you...

Zoom: Introduction to LiveOnLine@UT

If you currently use tools like Skype and FaceTime, or require an alternative tool for video conferencing for administrative or teaching needs, you’ll want...

1/29 12pm
Adobe Photoshop: Layers, Frames, and Edges

Participants will learn advanced layer techniques to selectively hide and reveal portions of artwork, to align images, and to add layer effects to a type layer.

Thursday, January 30

Canvas: Analytics for Student Success

Analytics can improve student success by providing insight into student learning behaviors. Faculty will learn how to assess the effectiveness of their...

Monday, February 3

Excel & R: Best Practices in Data Visualization

Excel lets you visualize data quickly and easily. In this hands on workshop you will learn the grammar of graphics and create a wide range of graphs...

Creating Instruction with Camtasia

Would you like to record your desktop and make amazing videos to deliver instruction? Need an easy way to provide course guidance or feedback on an...

Adobe Photoshop: Banners, Brushes, and Colors

Unravel the mystery of Photoshop. Learning how to use layers is the key! This class teaches the fundamentals of layering. To understand layering, think of...

Tuesday, February 4

R: Basics

R Basics – In this hands-on workshop you will learn to use the R programming language to create vectors, factors and data frames; how to manage your files...

Microsoft Excel: Worksheet Basics

Students will learn the basics of using the Excel interface to accomplish the following tasks: create and edit worksheets, enter data and formulas, format...

Wednesday, February 5

R: Markdown

R Markdown – In this hands-on workshop you will learn how to blend your research writing, programming, and output into a single word processing style...

Adobe Photoshop: Improving your Photos

In this class, participants learn to use masks to protect parts of an image from change, just like using masking tape to paint a room or a vehicle, or using...

Thursday, February 6

R: Data Visualization

R’s ggplot2 package lets you visualize data, making even complex graphs easily. In this hands-on workshop you will learn the grammar of graphics approach and...

Friday, February 7

R: Statistics

In this hands-on workshop, you will learn to program common statistical analysis including frequency tables, descriptive statistics, chi-square, correlation,...

Python: Introduction

In this hands-on workshop you will learn to use the Python programming language to create list, dictionary, tuples, and strings; how to manage your files and...

Tuesday, February 11

Microsoft Excel: Forms, Charts, and Macros

The class covers topics in Microsoft Excel beyond the beginning basics. Topics include calculations, functions and macros on a form, creating and customizing...

Wednesday, February 12

QuestionPro: Introduction

Introduction to QuestionPro: In this hands-on workshop, you will create and deploy a web-based survey using QuestionPro. Basic question construction (single...

Thursday, February 13

Presentations: Creating Effective Posters that will get Your Topic Noticed

Sometime during the semester, you'll need to create a poster for a class presentation or a conference poster session. In this short workshop, you'll learn...

Monday, February 17

Adobe InDesign: Basics

InDesign can be used to create works such as posters, flyers, brochures, magazines, newspapers, and books. This is an introductory class that will give you a...

Tuesday, February 18

Microsoft Excel: Advanced Features

This workshop should be taken after Excel 2 and covers Pivot Tables & Charts, Advanced Formatting, Advanced Filtering, and Macros from formulas.

Wednesday, February 19

OER: Avoiding Copyright Issues With Open Educational Resources (OER)

This workshop features technologies that can be used to find and create free and copyright-free Open Educational Resources (OER) to use as learning materials...

Thursday, February 20

JMP: Basics

New workshop! Students will learn the basics of using the JMP interface to accomplish the following tasks: manage data effectively; explore data by using the...

Presentations: Best Practices for Presentations

In this workshop, attendees will get tips on the best practices for designing, delivering and assessing presentations. Software covered will include...

Friday, February 21

Monday, February 24

PowerPoint: Getting Started

Get started right with PowerPoint! Take a walk through the basics of creating a great PowerPoint. Learn some of the best practices, how to tweak a template,...

Tuesday, February 25

Web: Introduction to HTML and CSS

This course will cover HTML and CSS fundamentals, including structure, syntax, and semantics, and will provide participants with a basic understanding of how...

OER: Avoiding Copyright Issues With Open Educational Resources (OER)

This workshop features technologies that can be used to find and create free and copyright-free Open Educational Resources (OER) to use as learning materials...

Wednesday, February 26

PowerPoint For Conferences: Making a Memorable Presentation (Special Topic)

Stand out from the rest of the conference presenters with a visually appealing PowerPoint. Learn how to use a video as your background, set videos to...

Thursday, February 27

SAS: Programming Basics

SAS is one of the most popular software packages for data analysis and visualization. It is a powerful tool that enables programmers to perform various tasks...