New to Griffith and new to computers?Posted: March 19, 2014
In addition to lectures, assignments and eating noodles, having a handle on all things IT is essential for success at uni.
That’s where we come in. The library offers a range of workshops, consultations and online resources to help students increase their computing skills including:
- Workshops: You can attend a variety of workshops covering PowerPoint, Excel, Word, EndNote, Google and social media. All these workshops are free, but bookings are essential.
- Drop-in sessions: Drop-in and consult with an ICT Literacy Specialist. These sessions can be used to revise what was learned in a workshop or to explore solutions for a computing related problem. No bookings required. Just turn up! Tuesdays 2pm – 4pm at Nathan (N53_1.50) and Thursdays 10am-12pm at Gold Coast (G10_2.04).
- Self-help resources: Not only can you attend our free workshops in person, you can access online self-help resources for EndNote, Excel, Social Media, Word and PowerPoint. There are also resources for Access, HTML, Dreamweaver and SPSS. These easy to follow guides provide you with links to online training, info on how to access the software, links to relevant Library material and where to seek assistance when necessary.