ITS Training Courses
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If you are a presenter and you want to understand
how to be more effective in your presentation, this class is for you. Learn
tips such as starting with the conclusion, knowing your audience and
broadcasting your agenda.
Users will learn about what eNewsletters are and how to use them to their greatest advantage in a university setting. They will also learn about the tools and skills needed to build, regulate, and maintain a successful eNewsletter that appeals to readers and represents the university well. They will then create a practice eNewsletter to exercise their skills.Pre-req’s: Must have basic knowledge of Outlook 2010/13
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
System (CMS).If you have any questions about this training, please contact the EDEN help desk at (928) 523-1741
New to Enterprise Reporting? Need help navigating Enterprise
Reporting? Looking for a particular report which will meet your needs?
Have a specific question? Need report writing assistance? Enterprise Reporting Open Lab sessions are offered for hands-on
assistance with Enterprise Reporting (Business Objects). Simply show up at
anytime during the available hours, get your questions answered, then leave at
your leisure. Signing up is not required, but it helps us plan and staff
the lab appropriately. Let us know if you think you might attend at any
time during a particular lab by signing up for your desired lab session. This
lab is open to all users of Enterprise Reporting. You must have an Enterprise
Reporting account prior to attending an open lab.
Are you curious what social media can do for your NAU organization but don’t know where to start? Or, do you already have a social media presence and you would like to learn how to make the most out of it? This introductory course to social media at NAU will provide you with the information you need to begin a social media presence for an official NAU organization. We will begin by reviewing NAU social media policy and guidelines and introduce you to the world of social media social media. This course will then help you plan how to successfully start your own social media or improve upon existing pages through a series of exercises that will help you determine which social media sites are right for you, how to make the most out of your posts, and some useful tips for attracting your audience.
Organization and Time Management is paramount in keeping your workflow steady, consistent, and efficient. If you are looking for a way to keep all your work day events organized into one seamless system then this is the class for you. Users will learn how to leverage Microsoft Outlook to keep track of important emails, appointments, meetings, and other important tasks. By the end of the course you will have a general idea on how to use this system to manage time and organize the way that best fits your needs. Microsoft Outlook is such a robust program that this class can be utilized for anyone, from beginner to expert, we will be covering key concepts within Outlook to maximize your workflow.Basic knowledge of Outlook is a plus, but not necessary.
Have you ever dreamed of tackling and mastering Adobe Photoshop, but did not know where to start? Is the Photoshop interface slightly intimidating? Then this training is for you!In this hands-on workshop, we will focus on getting up and running with Adobe Photoshop, becoming comfortable with the basic interfaces and tools, and learning some essential creative techniques along the way. By the end of this two hour crash course, you will be able to navigate the Photoshop interface with ease and effectively use a handful of fundamental editing tools that will allow you to take your photography and desktop publishing to the next level.Absolutely no Photoshop experience is required!
This class offers
step-by-step, hands-on training on creating departmental journal transactions
(IDT, IPT and IST journals). How to create, Edit, and submit your Journals as
well as review and search for journal transactions. The last ½ hour of the
training will be a short presentation from the Post Award Office covering the
additional guidelines/requirements for process transactions against grant
projects. 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 reviewed and worked through the
on-line navigation documentation at: https://nau.edu/its/learn/psfinancials_nav/
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.
To request training for Travel & Expenses processing, please
send an e-mail request to Ask-FAS@nau.edu. Travel
processors are required to take travel policy training before they are given
security to process travel claims. For that reason, the travel processing
class is combined with travel policy training. The class is typically 3
half days with the first two days covering travel policy and the day spent on
travel processing in a computer lab.
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