ITS Training Courses
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Would a degree progress report by any other name still smell as
sweet? If that name is Academic Requirements it would! The training
will highlight the exciting, new Academic Advising Report.
This course is intended for novice web designers, web developers, website designers, and graphic artists with some programming background who need to build simple websites and want to utilize the features of Adobe Dreamweaver CS5. The course covers the Adobe Web Communication using Dreamweaver CS5 objectives, and is intended to help prepare students to take the Adobe Certified Associate exam. Please refer to the CD-ROM that came with this course for a document that maps the Adobe Web Communication using Dreamweaver CS5 objectives to the content in the Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 series.
You will understand and use the various elements in the Photoshop CS5 interface so as to efficiently work with the software. You will use the different tools in Photoshop for selecting parts of images and identify the need for having layers in a Photoshop document. You will also organize the different components of the design as layers. With the layered Photoshop document thus created, you will apply layer effects and other special effects in order to enhance the appearance of the design. Once the design is finalized, you will save images in both print and web formats.
Have you ever wanted to give a student
permission to enroll in a class because s/he did not meet the requisites
but you did not want to override a full class? With the new Louie, you
can. Come find out what is new with Class Permissions!
In this course, users who have had their website converted to the
Ektron system will learn how to edit and maintain their websites. The first
half of the course will be dedicated to basic-level editing, while the second
half of the course will be for those interested in learning how to
appropriately use additional features available in the Content Management
The Faculty Center and the Advisor Center have broken up, but they
are still friends. This training will session will provide an overview of
the split and highlight the new features.
Student Self Service: Ever wonder what the student sees in Louie that
you do not? Now is your opportunity to find out. This short
training will highlight the things a student can do that you cannot.
Schedule of Classes training 9.0 is a hands-on, interactive
training session that will teach departmental/college class scheduling trainees
how to build and maintain in- person, hybrid, and online classes and class
permission numbers. This training is for any individuals needing to
schedule classes on the Flagstaff Mountain or Phoenix Biomedical campuses, or
This course is designed for students who wish to learn the basic operations of the Microsoft Access database program to perform their day-to-day responsibilities, and who want to use the application to be more productive in their work. It provides the fundamental knowledge and techniques needed to use more complex Access features such as maintaining databases and using programming techniques that enhance Access applications.
You will create and edit basic Microsoft Office Excel 2010 worksheets and workbooks.
You will use Outlook to compose and send email, schedule appointments and meetings, manage contact information, schedule tasks, and create notes.
You will explore the PowerPoint environment and create a presentation. You will format text on slides to enhance clarity. To enhance the visual appeal, you will add graphical objects to a presentation and modify them. You will also add tables and charts to a presentation to present data in a structured form. You will then finalize a presentation to deliver it.
In this class you will create, edit, and enhance standard business documents using Microsoft® Office Word 2010.
Please attend this open-ended session where you
can bring your questions to us! We’ll
help you navigate new Student Records features (academic advisement,
transcripts, schedule of classes, etc.)
in the new LOUIE!
These classes offer step-by-step, hands-on training on journal transactions. How to create, Edit, and submit your Journals as well as review and search for journal transactions. Included in the last
½ hour of the training will be a short presentation from “Post Awards”. “Post
Awards” representatives will strive to assist those who process grants. A Q&A
for “Post Awards” will be held 15 minutes after the scheduled training time for those who have additional questions. It is recommended (but not required) that you have taken the PS Financial Navigation training first.
Financials Navigation is a “generic” training on how to navigate through
PeopleSoft Financial screens. All user-types will benefit. You will learn
about drop-down menus and lists, what the icons mean, how to search criteria, how to personalize your searches, and other helpful hints on how to maneuver through the
is recommended as a basic training for all new users. (For more module specific questions (e.g. travel, requisitions, commitment control) please refer to those training sessions or training documents).
When goods and/or services need to be purchased for NAU, Requisitions must be submitted and approved. Once the Requisition is approved, it is converted into a Purchase Order (either by the department designee OR by a Buyer in eProcurement). Once the Purchase Order has been sent (dispatched) to the Vendor, items may be received against the Purchase Order. Once items have been received, Vendor invoices may be paid. This training provides how to accomplish these processes in PeopleSoft Financial.
Travel & Expenses Training:Travel and Expenses Training for processes that replace the TA and TP in Advantage.
The PS Financials Budget Inquiry training course is
designed to give users an overview of the PS Financials budget inquiry and
report functionality within the commitment control module. A user
will utilize these inquires and reports to review a department, cabinet or
project’s actual revenue and expense versus budget. Through hands-on
exercises and demonstrations, users will be guided to set up budget inquires
and run reports within the PS Financials system. It is recommended
that you review and/or print out the documentation under the Budget Inquiry and
Reporting section of the PS Financials Training Documentation website prior to
Question - What is portrait, watermarked with stats headers
all over? Answer - The new unofficial transcript! Come to this
quick, overview session to see what is new in the world of transcripts.
While using the Internet, you have probably encountered various attractive and useful websites, and you may have formed your own opinions of their capabilities and limitations. However, merely using the Internet will not give you an understanding of how these sites are created. In this course, you will examine the basics of foundational web technology and create your own functional web pages using markup languages such as Hypertext Markup Language (HTML), Extensible Hypertext Markup Language (XHTML), and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS).
This course is intended for new and existing Report Writers. You must have an Enterprise Reporting Report Writer account to attend this training. Completion of the FERPA on-line tutorial is required. This basic Web Intelligence course is designed to give you the skills necessary to access, analyze and share data using Enterprise Reporting and Business Objects Web Intelligence. You will learn when it is appropriate to create a new report for your department and how to create, organize, manage and distribute reports within Enterprise Reporting to make them available to other users in your department. You will also learn about your assumed responsibilities as a Report Writer for your department and how this role is designed to aid in departmental user support. To that end, you will also learn features and functionality within Enterprise Reporting available to all users like filtering and sorting data on reports, creating shortcuts to reports, and using Input Controls.Additionally, you will be reminded about your responsibilities in maintaining the confidentiality of the data you have been granted access to and how to maintain that confidentiality going forward with report distribution.