The Teaching, Learning and Technology Center is offering free workshops on SPSS software for the spring semester. SPSS (originally, Statistical Package for the Social Sciences) is a widely used application for statistical analysis in the social sciences. This software is commonly used by graduate students and faculty, along with market, health and government researchers. Even… Continue Reading »
2012 February 03
Android – Working in the Cloud
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Example of Student Work from 2012 Workshop: Nursing Student Service Leaders under Maureen Byrnes, Nursing Faculty – Lisa Donofri, Debby Garriques, Sho Park, Melanie Kim, Namrata Patel, Aida Palomino rippleeffect-1 This workshop will focus on working with images and text following effective graphic design principles. Your presentations will never be the same after attending… Continue Reading »
This session will cover designing your poster, handling charts and graphs, working with templates, getting the most out of your poster session as well as before and after examples. Come with an open mind and your poster will be best of show. Wednesday, March 28, 2012 from 6-7:30 p.m. Register here » Thursday, … Continue Reading »
These sessions will cover two products that will make you more productive by being more mobile. First, Evernote is an application that allows you to create and synchronize notes across all of your devices, including Android tablets / smartphones, iOS tablets / smartphones, Blackberry smartphones, and your computer(s). Secondly, Dropbox is an application that allows you to synchronize documents across multiple computers and mobile devices. It also provides an easy way to share files with others. This is the ultimate solution for anyone who has a hard time remembering to back up files since the application does it for you automatically!