Staff IT training opportunities in 2011
Interested in IT training? The winter/spring IT training opportunities are now being offered on the Princeton Employee Learning Center; visit the site and register.
2011 Training Highlights include:
Adobe InDesign Part 1 & 2 (two 3-hour classes)
Do you create newsletter or flyers? If so, Adobe InDesign software delivers the page layout tools you've always wanted. It integrates tightly with Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, and Adobe Acrobat. Plus, it frees you to be more creative by delivering intuitive features that reduce elaborate design tasks to a few quick steps.
Adobe Photoshop Part 1 & 2 (two 3-hour classes)
Adobe Photoshop helps you create or modify images for print, the web, and video using state-of-the-art editing, compositing, and painting capabilities.
Adobe Illustrator Part 1 & 2 (two 3-hour classes)
Used by design professionals worldwide, Adobe Illustrator provides precision and power with sophisticated drawing tools, expressive natural brushes, a host of design time-savers.
Review of Accounts Payable and Departmental Charges Reports in the Information Warehouse
(including Visa, Office Max, Fed Ex, and other B to B reports)
SharePoint 2007: Creating and Managing Document Libraries
The class explores the use of document libraries to manage the storage and editing of documents
Questions about these offerings or other general, training-related questions can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
A note about the 701 Carnegie Shuttle: Direct service to/ from 701 Carnegie Center to the Chapel, with stops at the Helm building, Goheen Walk, and Clio Hall. Campus stops are approximate on the quarter hour. The shuttle arrives and leaves 701 Carnegie approximately on the hour and half hour. You can track shuttle locations using Tiger Tracker at http://princeton.transloc.com/.