Technology Training efforts at the University of Kentucky take many forms, but all share four basic goals: to enhance the contributions technological advancements make to your work, your department and the University, to show you strategies and solutions for doing your job more successfully, to enable you to meet and engage with colleagues, and to provide ways to assist you as you advance professionally.
Technology & Software Training
This class will introduce you to the Dreamweaver user interface for the purpose of creating, editing and managing web content.
This class will help you understand the basic theory of CSS (Cascading Style Sheets), basic CSS formatting, how CSS is used on a web page and how to integrate CSS into a web page to create a fully functional web page layout.
Learn to add graphics and animations to your PowerPoint presentations
Learn the skills needed to create useful Acrobat forms from scratch and from existing paper or electronic documents.
This introductory course will help you get started with Adobe Acrobat Professional and give you all the tools you need to begin working with and creating Acrobat documents.
This Captivate workshop is designed for both new users as well as experienced Captivate users.
Now that you have a basic understanding of Adobe Captivate, it's time to add more creativity and functionality to your project.
This course is designed to cover the basic features. Adobe Captivate is ideal for faculty, staff, and anyone who might need to create a web-based tutorial for clients, employees or students.
This class will cover the basics of animation in Flash, with an emphasis on Flash concepts and functionality.
Adobe Photoshop is a image editing software application. This course is designed to cover the basic image editing features of Adobe Photoshop.
This workshop covers several techniques that can be used to create innovative, high quality marketing materials such as flyers, handouts and business cards.
Microsoft Office OneNote is a digital notebook, to gather notes and information, powerful search capabilities so users can find what they are looking for quickly, and easy-to-use shared notebooks that help teams work together more effectively.
The Basic Computer Skills Workshop is designed for individuals who have little or no computer experience and want to improve their skills.