Develop your digital skills this academic year – new dates released
By Jasmin E Mullings, on 7 February 2019
ISD Digital Skills Development has released new dates for the second half of Term 2. As usual, we are offering a wide range of courses covering Excel, Photoshop, Matlab, Stata, and more..
New this February we have a course in Markdown, a lightweight markup language that allows the creation of formatted documents using only plain text.
Following our successful introduction of Excel Essential Skills workshops last year, we have now added Word workshops for students. Find out how to Make light work of writing up in our Sway presentation. (Want to make your own Sway? Come along to a mini demo session with Digital Skills Development at IOE.)
See below for our current schedule of courses and workshops and details of how to book.
More digital skills development opportunities…
Digital Skills Development at IOE offer training in a wide range of digital tools including Microsoft SharePoint, Teams, OneNote and Visio, screencasting, infographics, mind mapping and presentation tools, with some sessions specifically aimed at Mac users. You can also learn about text-to-speech software, polling, blogging and much more. Visit the Digital Skills Development at IOE booking system for details and to book. Sessions are open to all UCL staff and students.
We have a vast range of high-quality video-based courses available at Lynda.com. These cover technical skills but also business, personal and creative skills as well. Visit the UCL Lynda.com page to find out more.
Not sure what you need or have a more specific issue you would like help with? Come along to one of the Digital Skills Development drop ins for more individual support.
For a full list of courses and workshops take a look at our course catalogue. Visit the UCL booking system to book on the sessions listed below. Enrol on our Moodle course to be the first to be notified about any new sessions. Please note that the booking links for Excel Essential Skills Workshop 2 and 3 are only made available to those who have completed Excel Workshop 1.
|19/02/2019||10:00||13:00||Getting Started with Markdown|
|20/02/2019||16:00||17:00||Excel Essential Skills – Workshop 2|
|21/02/2019||10:00||13:00||Data Visualization in R with ggplot2|
|26/02/2019||10:00||13:00||Introduction to Photoshop CS4|
|27/02/2019||16:00||17:00||Excel Essential Skills – Workshop 2|
|01/03/2019||09:00||10:00||Word Essential Skills – WORKSHOP 2|
|01/03/2019||10:00||11:00||Word Essential Skills – WORKSHOP 2|
|05/03/2019||10:00||13:00||Advanced statistics with Excel 2016|
|06/03/2019||16:00||17:00||Excel Essential Skills – Workshop 3|
|07/03/2019||10:00||13:00||Managing Long Documents in Word 2016 (STAFF ONLY)|
|12/03/2019||10:00||17:00||Introduction to Matlab (Part 1)|
|13/03/2019||10:00||13:00||Kick-starting your literature review|
|13/03/2019||16:00||17:00||Excel Essential Skills – Workshop 3|
|14/03/2019||10:00||17:00||Introduction to Matlab (Part 2)|
|15/03/2019||09:00||10:00||Word Essential Skills – WORKSHOP 3|
|15/03/2019||10:00||11:00||Word Essential Skills – WORKSHOP 3|
|20/03/2019||16:00||17:00||Excel Essential Skills – Workshop 3|
|20/03/2019||17:30||20:30||A Quick Introduction to UNIX|
|21/03/2019||14:00||17:00||Introduction to Visualising Data with Matlab|