Prerequisite: Windows® experience This hands-on course for beginners will help you develop a familiarity with AutoCAD® command entries, menu structure, and geometric creation and manipulation. You will be introduced to fundamental two-dimensional commands for graphic creation and editing. Highlights include hardware/software requirements, menu and interface, drawing setup, editing techniques, text and dimensioning, and printing and plotting.Class not currently open for registration. Click here to be notified of future offerings.
Learn the powerful tools of Adobe Illustrator CC 2019, the industry standard vector drawing and illustration program. From creating line art and logos to graphic layouts and finished illustrations, this course will cover the fundamental tools needed to use this program productively.June 2-23, 2020, Kettler Hall Rm 116
Prerequisite: Basic knowledge of Excel®. This course will help you interpret your Excel® data and organize it to create charts and graphs. It will enable you to show your data in a more visually appealing way.Monday, March 16, 2020, Kettler Hall Rm 148
Prerequisite: Basic knowledge of Excel®. To gain a truly competitive edge, you need to be able to extract actionable organizational intelligence from your raw data. In other words, when you have questions about your data, you need to know how to get Excel® to provide the answers for you.Monday, June 15, 2020, Kettler Hall Rm 148
This course will help you discover the fundamental skills utilized when working with a computer and familiarize you with the Windows 10 user interface and its basic capabilities. In this course, you will explore Windows 10 and learn how to create documents, send email, browse the Internet, and share information between applications and with other users.June 10-24, 2020, Kettler Hall Rm 148
In this course, you will learn to use Word® to create, edit and format simple documents, add tables and lists, add design elements and layout options and proof documents.July 8-22, 2020, Kettler Hall Rm 148
Prerequisites: Knowledge of the Internet and Windows®, HTML 5.0: Basic. Interactive web pages allow more effective communication with your audience. In this fast-paced course, students will explore effective Web site planning, as well as learn how to build interactive forms,embed audio and video files, and use advanced features.March 11-25, 2020, Kettler Hall Rm 148
Prerequisite: Knowledge of HTML. In this course, you will use Adobe®Dreamweaver® Creative Cloud to create web pages, focusing on the content, styling, and design. Dreamweaver Creative Cloud allows users to create clean web-standard code with visual editing tools. You will also maintain and administer your website with Dreamweaver's site and page management tools.April 8-22, 2020, Kettler Hall Rm 148
Recommended Prerequisite: Adobe Dreamweaver® Creative Cloud: Part I and knowledge of HTML. This advanced course will teach users to enhance web pages by means of adding advanced functions such as navigational controls, media elements, and forms. In this course, users will create fluid CSS layouts, implement mobile integration techniques, and share files over a server to work in a collaborative manner.May 13-27, 2020, Kettler Hall Rm 148
Prerequisite: Microsoft® Excel®: Basic or equivalent knowledge. In this course combining lecture and hands-on practice, you will review the basics of Excel® before proceeding to advanced features. Learn advanced formatting, outlines, charting, and data consolidation, creating and managing cell names, working with lists and tables, saving and publishing as web pages and working with hyperlinks, and documenting and auditing workbooks. Basic macros and pivot tables are also covered.Class not currently open for registration. Click here to be notified of future offerings.