[Micronet] Free workshops at Haas Computing: MS Project, Dreamweaver and Social Media

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[Micronet] Free workshops at Haas Computing: MS Project, Dreamweaver and Social Media

Kathleen Valerio

Hi All,

 

They’ve added some additional workshops up at the Business School.

Haas Computing is offering the following workshops in S300T.

 

Tuesday Oct 25th    1 day – 2 parts – morning and afternoon attend 1 or both   

9-12 MS Project Part 1

1-4 MS Project Part 2

 

Monday Oct 31st  2 ½ day sessions – content repeats

9-12 Social Media Business Basics

1-4  Social Media Business Basics

 

Monday Nov 7th 1 day – 2 parts – morning and afternoon attend 1 or both   

9-12 Dreamweaver CS5: Website Development

1-4 Dreamweaver CS5: Website Modification

 

As these are taught at the business school, content and examples focus on b-school examples. For instance, the website workshops is designed around helping student volunteers create and maintain a basic “student club” website.  

 

You sign up on-line through the UCB Learning Center

Go to http://Blu.berkeley.edu

Authenticate using your Calnet ID

select “UCB Learning Center” in the “Self Service” section.

Once in the Learning Center you can browse categories or search by keyword e.g. “Excel” to find the course you want to enroll in.

 

Let me know if you need further assistance.

 

Kathleen Valerio
CalPact Coordinator &
Data Compliance Manager
Center for Organization & Workforce Effectiveness (COrWE)
191 University Hall
2199 Addison St.
Berkeley, CA 94720-3548

 

Ph 510 643-0452
[hidden email]

 

 

 


 
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