The QEO Digital Skills team will be running a range of workshops for staff throughout June and into July. The workshops will help staff develop the key digital skills which are essential for engaging and working in the world today.
Send us an email to sign up for the daily top tips starting from June 11th. StaffDigitalSkills@Salford.ac.uk
Do you have a tip? Something that saves you time that you could share with colleagues. If you would like us to share your tip, please email it to us, either as a video or as text. Let us know whether you would like to be acknowledged if we send your tip out.
Here is an example of the tips we will send...
You will need to login to Salford Career Hub (Advantage) using a network username and password to view and book the workshops.
Basic Digital Skills
|Do you know where your files go when you download them? Can you choose and use different apps? This is a simple overview of the fundamentals you need to engage in the world today.||Basic Skills |
Dates & Book
Introduction to PowerPoint
|PowerPoint is a great tool for presenting and sharing information. If you don't use the PowerPoint specific tools, like slides, themes and animations then this is the workshop for you.|
Creating Engaging PowerPoint Presentations
|Avoid 'Death by PowerPoint' by using some simple features to engage your audience.|
Introduction to ScreenCastOMatic
|How to use ScreenCastOMatic, a simple tool that lets you record your screen and webcam to make videos.|
Tour of the recording booths
|Make a quick visit to the recording booths with Pete and find out how to use them. (You will also need to know how to use ScreenCastOMatic.)|
Using Word Effectively
|Save time and make working easier by learning how to use a range of helpful tools people often don't know about.|
|Maill merge helps you create personalised content from a list. For example send personalised letters or emails from a list of names and addresses.|
Creating Accessible Documents
|Making your documents accessible benefits everybody who uses it. This workshop explains what makes a document accessible and how to use the tools in Word to do this.|
Microsoft OneNote is an intelligent note taking and filing system for organising, categorising lists, tasks and information and tasks. It’s simple, flexible, and works well with other programs.
Introduction to Excel
|An overview of what Excel is and how you can use it to organise and present data. This is an introductory workshop for new users.|
Excel Tables, Charts & Function
|A deeper look at some of the main Excel tools for users who can work with a spreadsheet but would like to do more.|
Analysing Data in Excel
|An introduction to the tools and functions in Excel useful for analysing data.|
Excel Pivot Tables
|Pivot Tables are fantastic for exploring data from different angles. whether you are producing reports from your data or looking for trends, this is an excellent tool that all Excel users should know about.|
Excel Macro Recorder
|Automate repetitive tasks by recording a macro with the Macro Recorder in Microsoft Excel.|
Introduction to SharePoint
|If you are new to SharePoint, find out how to navigate the interface and how to add introducing them to the basics of navigating around SharePoint and adding basic apps.||SharePoint Dates & Book|
The new recording booths are setup with the lighting and equipment you need to walk in and record your videos. The bookable booths are located on the 9th floor of Maxwell building and you can book a recording booth tour as part of Digital Skills Month.