Visit http://go/techworkshops to view upcoming technology workshop offerings and sign up for topics of interest. You’ll find Drupal introductions that cover basic web site maintenance skills and work sessions where you can get help with specific questions about how to improve your departmental web site.
Are you working on a senior thesis or starting a big research project? Drowning in journal articles and books, but not sure how to keep track of them all? Let us help you with the next stage of your journey as a power researcher in our Winter Term workshop “Zotero and Beyond: Power Research Tips for Student Researchers.” You’ll see how the research process is itself a way of synthesizing your findings and mapping out next steps. By the time you leave, you’ll be an expert in Zotero, the citation management tool that can help you save, organize, and cite your sources, and you’ll encounter a variety of note-taking strategies and see the ways that developing personalized research routines can jump-start you into the writing process.
Wednesday, Jan 7, 2015 from 4:15pm-6:45pm
Non-credit workshop, $5
Register at go/wtw/
Do you need to learn how to edit your department’s website? Would you like to know how to add sub pages, pictures and sidebars? Our intro class will give you what you need to get started. We’ll cover the basics of Drupal so you’ll be able to add links, pictures, and a host of other cool things to your site right away.
For you more advanced users who may be tackling needs beyond the basics (such as converting your forms), join us for a work session or two. We’ll help you get the job done and you’ll leave with the “know how.”
Visit go/techworkshops/ to view the updated tech workshop schedule and sign up for the classes that fit your needs.
Is your department head asking you to update the department’s web page? Does the thought of adding a sidebar make you call the Helpdesk? Fear not, join us for a Drupal Intro class. We’ll cover the basics of Drupal so you’ll be adding links, pictures, and a host of other cool things to your page the very next day.
For you more advanced users who may be struggling with needs beyond the basics (such as converting your forms), join us for a work session or two. We’ll help you get the job done and you’ll leave with the “know how.”
You’ll find all the upcoming workshop information at go/techworkshops; sign up for the class that fits your needs. See you on the sidebar… or maybe in a subpage.
Need to make changes to your departmental web page? Could you use a hand with your course website or blog? Have questions about moving your webforms to our new secure server? Do wiki formatting woes keep you awake at night? We have the solution — a peaceful place where you can work on your pages AND get your questions answered. Sign up for a Website Maintenance Work Session (or two). Staff from Information Technology Services (ITS) and Academic Technology will be available to answer your questions and help you troubleshoot problems. These are not formal workshops — please bring your work, your questions, and yourself!
Our first session will be offered Tuesday, September 16 at 9:00 am in Davis Family Library, room 105. Visit go/techworkshops to view the rest of the fall semester schedule. Please use our convenient online signup form to let us know you what session(s) you plan to attend.
The LIS summer workshop schedule is now available. Visit go/lisworkshops to view offerings for May through August and sign up for topics of interest.
We’re happy to be able to offer new, expandedwebsite work sessions where you can get help with any of your websites — whether in Drupal, Moodle, Mediawiki or WordPress — we’ll have staff on hand who can help with all of these! We’ve scheduled regular opportunities throughout the summer so you can plan ahead. You’ll find a few Drupal introductions as well, covering basic website skills for those just starting out.
Do you prefer to learn on your own? Summer can be a great time for professional development. Check out lynda — a fabulous online learning resource that uses short videos to help you acquire new business and technology skills. Lynda is also available off-campus and does not require VPN, so no fair trying on that excuse; simply use http://go.middlebury.edu/lynda to go directly to Middlebury’s login portal and give it a whirl.
Do you maintain a website in Drupal, Moodle, MediaWiki, or WordPress? LIS is now offering expanded work sessions that cover all four of these web applications, providing you with “one stop shopping” when you need website assistance. Staff from Web Application Development, Curricular Technology, and User Services will be close by to lend a hand with your projects.
Our first expanded session will be offered Wednesday, April 30 at 3:00 pm. Please let us know you plan to attend; use our convenient online signup form.
Our current workshop schedule is now available. Visit go/lisworkshops to view upcoming offerings and sign up for topics of interest. Choose from Drupal introductions that cover basic web site maintenance skills, work sessions where you can get help with specific questions about how to improve your departmental web site, as well as Google Analytics to learn how to unlock the mysteries of your website’s traffic patterns.
We are also offering several opportunities to learn how to access and use — Middlebury’s fabulous online learning resource that uses short videos to help you acquire new business and technology skills. Anyone who is unfamiliar with this “no-cost-to-you” training benefit is missing out!