Upcoming One-Hour Workshops
A quick reminder about workshops Monday and Tuesday . . .
Monday, November 24: Dreamweaver Level I: The Basics of Creating a Personal Web Page at WOU
Learn to use Dreamweaver to create and update Web pages located in your “public_html” folder. It's much easier than you think. Location: HL108. Instructor: Scott Carter (firstname.lastname@example.org). Time: 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
Tuesday, November 25: Introduction to WOU Online / Moodle
Come find out what this new online course management system has to offer. You'll get a chance to create your own course shell and play around with many of the tools. WOU Online uses a program called Moodle, and it has many of the same features as WebCT (which the university still offers), but it is configured so you use the same login and password you use to login to the campus network. You can put course content in a password-protected environment, facilitate online discussions, and create multiple choice quizzes, among other things. Location: HL108. Instructor: Scott Carter (email@example.com). Time: 9:00 a.m.. to 10:00 a.m.
All workshops are free for Western Oregon University faculty and staff. Although drop-ins are always welcome, space permitting, you may reserve your space in the class by emailing the instructor. Individual instruction is also offered on many other topics -- as well as follow-up training on the topics below. A list of upcoming workshops is also available at http://www.wou.edu/provost/ctl/workshops.php.
About the Technology Resource Center
Need help with technology? Whether you're taking a fully online class or a face-to-face course, there is a place on campus where you can get assistance with a wide variety of technology issues -- scanning documents, help with programs like Excel and PowerPoint, creating digial videos with iMovie, online course assistance, and much more. It's called the Technology Resource Center.
Located in IT204, the TRC is open Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m, and 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday. Two full-time staff members, as well as trained student workers, are available to help students, faculty, and staff on a drop-in or scheduled appointment basis. The TRC is also an open lab, with lots of specialized equipment, including:
For more information, stop by the TRC in IT204, or call us at 503-838-8965. For hardware support, software installation, and network issues, please contact University Computing Services.