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Excel SIGS - 2 Great Sessions this Spring - Please Join Us!


Posted 02/06/2017
Submitted by Bevin Rainwater
Category: Campus Announcements

Excel SIG (PC & Mac): Creating Tables & Pivot Tables

Lee Townsend, Assistant Professor, College of Engineering, Technology & Architecture
Wednesday, February 8, 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.

In this continuing professional development series, Dr. Lee Townsend, Assistant Professor in the College of Engineering, Technology and Architecture will be presenting and guiding us in an interactive session on the creation of Excel Tables and Pivot Tables. We will be using Microsoft Office 2011 for Mac and Office 2013 for PC. Mac users are welcome, but they will need to bring their laptops. Faculty and Staff are invited to join us for this Excel SIG session in the Computer Lab on the Lower Level of Mortensen Library.  Space is limited, so please RSVP as soon as possible to fcld@hartford.edu.

Excel SIG (PC & Mac): Creating Pivot Charts with Slicers

Lee Townsend, Assistant Professor, College of Engineering, Technology & Architecture
Wednesday, April 19, 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.

In this continuing professional development series, Dr. Lee Townsend, Assistant Professor in the College of Engineering, Technology and Architecture will be presenting and guiding us in an interactive session on the creation of Excel Pivot Charts with Slicers. We will be using Microsoft Office 2011 for Mac and Office 2013 for PC. Mac users are welcome, but they will need to bring their laptops. Faculty and Staff are invited to join us for this Excel SIG session in the Computer Lab on the Lower Level of Mortensen Library.  Space is limited, so please RSVP as soon as possible to fcld@hartford.edu

Prerequisites: None, these sessions are for new to intermediate users of Excel
Equipment: Bring your laptop if you have one, we have a limited number of PC computers for use.

These informal gatherings are open to all instructors and staff, and are designed to provide a forum for sharing ideas and effective techniques for using Excel in the classroom or in our daily university work.  They typically include a brief (15-20 minute) presentation by a faculty member on his or her use of Excel, followed by a hands-on activity and an informal – and lively – conversation.