Responsible Social Networking
2 p.m. CST Aug. 16- With the growth of social media, companies are using this technology to investigate potential employees and keep track of current employees. Students applying to graduate school or searching for scholarships may also be affected by this. This webinar is intended to illustrate the benefits and the potential pitfalls associated with social networking.
PowerPoint: From Zero to Hero
2 p.m. CST, Aug. 23 – This webinar will demonstrate how to incorporate backgrounds, text, pictures, screenshots, and other elements that will be useful for making a basic PowerPoint.
Study Strategies for the University Level
2 p.m. CST, Aug. 30 – Working a full time job with a family can be hard for anyone. Add going back to school to that equation and it gets even tougher. This webinar will focus on tips that will help you focus your time, stick to a schedule, stay organized, improve your attitude, and more. Learn how to master the art of studying by choosing the right tools!
Better Writing through Computer Programs
2 p.m. CST, Sept. 6 – Word processing programs can do more for you than just act like a good typewriter. This webinar contains practical tips on how to get the most out of your computer and improve your academic writing.
Hyphens, Dashes, Colons, and Semicolons
2 p.m. CST, Sept. 13 – This webinar will elaborate on the most common uses of the following kinds of punctuation: semi-colons (;), colons (:), dashes (—), and hypens (-). After watching the presentation, you will be better able to decide when to use these forms of punctuation in your own writing.