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Checking Out a Laptop:

The Office of Information Technology offers workshop attendees the option to check out laptops in the Academic Computing Building that already have technological tools instructed by Digital Learning Lab Fellows installed unto them. To request a laptop, please email us at least 2 days in advance. 

Access Tools Through CGU:

Though we offer multiple workshops on different software applications, please click the button below to check which ones are offered through CGU. 

CGU Software Applications

Additional Help With Tools:

Please refer to our "Off-Campus Resources" page under the About Me tab for external help with specific technological tools. Included are step by step Youtube videos, articles with examples and other supporting resources for you to refer to on your own time. 

Questions, ideas, or feedback? Email us at digital.learning@cgu.edu (Please note that we do not list a phone number because the DLL is not staffed at all times. Email is the best form of contact.)


Workshop Schedule Workshop Schedule

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Every semester the Digital Learning Lab prepares free workshops to help students, faculty, and staff members expand their knowledge of software programs. If there is a workshop topic you would like to see us offer, please email us at digital.learning@cgu.edu.

Be sure to read our workshop attendance policy.

Below is a schedule of DLL workshops for Spring 2020. To meet the needs of all students, workshops can be offered in the evenings and recorded/ livestreamed to be accessed at any day and time.

Note: Spaces are limited and RSVPs and completion of worksheets are required because of the nature of technology tools workshops and the size of computer equipped labs. Please be sure to RSVP and complete all worksheets for each workshop, or else you will not be able to attend the workshop.

Please note: Registration for each workshop opens one week prior to the workshop's scheduled date. If registration is not open for a workshop you wish to attend, please check back a week prior to the workshop's scheduled date.  If you are placed on the wait list for a workshop, please be sure to show up 5 minutes prior to the workshop and have your worksheet completed. Wait listed participants are notified of an open spot on a first come, first served basis. Be sure to provide a valid email address upon registering for a workshop and notify DLL if you are no longer able to attend a workshop.
 

Spring 2020 DLL Workshops

 

february

February 7th: Microsoft Powerpoint Basics

12:00-1:00 PM. Academic Computing Building, Room 119

February 14th: STATA Basics

12:00-1:00 PM. Academic Computing Building, Room 119

February 20th: Microsoft Word Basics

1:00-2:00 PM. Academic Computing Building, Room 108

February 28th: R Basics

12:00-1:00 PM. Academic Computing Building, Room 108

march

March 6th: SPSS Basics

12:00-1:00 PM. Academic Computing Building, Room 119

 


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