Technology for Academic and Student Success  

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Thursday February 25
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
Amanda Nichols, manager of student employment, Payroll Office
Susan Patton, management technician, Payroll Office

This session will address navigating Handshake for student employment, hiring a student employee and eTime. Attendees will learn how to create an employer account in Handshake, post student positions, respond to student’s messages and send communication through Handshake. Also covered will be the payroll student hiring process and eTime reporting tools, functions and approving deadlines. Attending this training is strongly encouraged for all faculty, staff and administrators who employ students.
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Tuesday March 2
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
Mikaila Leonard, IT student specialist
Ethan Corbin, IT student specialist

Learn and master the following tips: email signature, auto reply, establishing specific settings for emails, keyboard shortcuts, adding a photo on your account, setting inbox rules for messages, creating a calendar event through email, organizing the calendar, discovering a calendar and creating a calendar.
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Wednesday March 3
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Erin Strain, director, Leadership Development Center

Bring life back to your meetings, workshops or classes. Learn practical tips, clever tricks and fun activities you can use on Zoom
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Thursday March 4
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
Connie Edwards, director, Academic Records and Registration

This workshop is geared toward department chairs and secretaries who have access to Application Navigator in Banner. We will review some of the more common screens such as SGAADVR, SFASRPO and SGASTDN.

Please feel free to bring other examples of screens you would like to review.
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Tuesday March 9
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Amanda Nichols, manager of student employment, Payroll Office
Susan Patton, management technician, Payroll Office

This session will address navigating Handshake for student employment, hiring a student employee and eTime. Attendees will learn how to create an employer account in Handshake, post student positions, respond to student’s messages and send communication through Handshake. Also covered will be the payroll student hiring process and eTime reporting tools, functions and approving deadlines. Attending this training is strongly encouraged for all faculty, staff and administrators who employ students.
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Tuesday March 9
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
Mikaila Leonard, IT student specialist
Ethan Corbin, IT student specialist

Learn and master the following tips: getting started with OneNote, inserting a file into OneNote, keyboard shortcuts in OneNote, drawing on a OneNote page, adding tags to a OneNote, saving documents to OneDrive, sharing OneDrive links, saving a file from Outlook to OneDrive, viewing SharePoint sites in OneDrive and viewing files that were shared with you.
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Thursday March 11
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Amanda Nichols, manager of student employment, Payroll Office
Susan Patton, management technician, Payroll Office

This session will address navigating Handshake for student employment, hiring a student employee and eTime. Attendees will learn how to create an employer account in Handshake, post student positions, respond to student’s messages and send communication through Handshake. Also covered will be the payroll student hiring process and eTime reporting tools, functions and approving deadlines. Attending this training is strongly encouraged for all faculty, staff and administrators who employ students.
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Tuesday March 16
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
Mikaila Leonard, IT student specialist
Ethan Corbin, IT student specialist

SharePoint is a serverbased platform that enables groups of people to share and edit documents that are saved securely to the SharePoint cloud. SharePoint has other capabilities including creating “websites” for easier content control. Attendees will learn and master getting started with SharePoint and managing a SharePoint site.
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Tuesday March 23
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
Mikaila Leonard, IT student specialist
Ethan Corbin, IT student specialist

Sway is a visual presentation tool that utilizes templates to enable a creative and easy workflow. Attendees will learn and master how to use and edit the templates and how to share the Sway Forms is an easy way to create surveys, quizzes and polls. Attendees will learn and master how to create a Form as well as how to view the Forms’ responses.
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Friday April 2
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Connie Edwards, director, Academic Records and Registration

Participants will learn what information is available under the Advising and Faculty tabs in MySRU and how to use them. Examples include Advising Profile, Advisee Listing and Registration Overrides.

Please feel free to bring other examples of screens you would like to review.
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Tuesday April 6
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
Mikaila Leonard, IT student specialist
Ethan Corbin, IT student specialist

Learn and master the following tips: creating a new worksheet, utilizing office clipboard, deleting/ inserting rows and columns, formatting cells, using formulas, applying a number format, creating charts, sorting lists (descending/ascending/alphabetical), freezing panes and using tables.
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Tuesday April 13
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
Mikaila Leonard, IT student specialist
Ethan Corbin, IT student specialist

Learn and master the following tips: importing data, SumIF/SumIFS formulas, transpose data, rank and using pivot tables.
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Tuesday April 20
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
Mikaila Leonard, IT student specialist
Ethan Corbin, IT student specialist

Learn and master the following tips: absolute referencing; indexing and matching; If formula; using and/or functions; combining if, and/or; =SumProduct() formula; creating forms.
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Wednesday April 21
1:00 PM - 2:15 PM
Paul Scanlon, director of sustainability, Administration, Global Engagement and Economic Development

Think you know how to solve the climate crisis? There are lots of moving parts and pieces to this puzzle, but Climate Interactive, Ventana Systems and MIT Sloan have created an amazing educational tool to test what the impact of your ideas and strategies could have on the global temperature increase by 2100. Attendees will receive an introduction to using this tool and learn more about the climate change impacts of everything from cow belches to population growth and renewable energy with a simple but very accurate world climate simulation program. This software can also be used in gaming situations where teams can compete with each other to arrive at the best solution to the climate crisis, while learning how and why various strategies interact to help reduce the global temperature increase. A “student assignment” template is also provided to make it easy for faculty to challenge their students to come up with their own strategies.
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Tuesday April 27
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
Mikaila Leonard, IT student specialist
Ethan Corbin, IT student specialist

Learn and master the following tips: text to column, string manipulation, concatenate, data validation and V-Lookup.
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Event registration summary
Student Employment: Navigating Handshake and eTime 2:
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Office 365 Series- Outlook and Calendar:
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Zombies or Zoombies:
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Application Navigator:
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Student Employment: Navigating Handshake and eTime 3:
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Office 365 Series - OneNote and OneDrive:
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Student Employment: Navigating Handshake and eTime 4:
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Office 365 Series - SharePoint:
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Office 365 Series - Sway and Forms:
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Self Service Banner:
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Excel Series: Tips for Productivity with Excel 1:
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Excel Series: Tips for Productivity with Excel 2:
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Excel Series: Tips for Productivity with Excel 3:
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Become a Master of the (Sustainable) Universe!:
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Excel Series: Tips for Productivity with Excel 4:
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