Faculty Development

Excel 201: Interpreting Your Data; 9:00-10:30

Date: Wednesday, September 12, 2012  Save to Calendar

Time: 9:00 AM To 10:30 AM

Location: Forchheimer 119N, Albert Einstein campus

Event Description:
Now that you've learned how to organize and present data effectively using spreadsheets, let us help you take it a step further. This 2-part workshop will enhance your basic knowledge of Microsoft Excel 2010 by teaching you to effectively develop your data into transparent graphic representations. All participants will get hands-on experience in creating charts, tables, and more. In addition, the instructors will continue onto the next level of the Excel interface and various functions used to manage and interpret data. You can sign up for either part, or both. Part I: Formulas and Functions: 9:00am-10:30am Part II: Charts and Pivot Tables: 10:30am-12:00pm

Target Audience:
All faculty who have a basic knowledge of spreadsheets, and are interested in enhancing their skills.

Speakers:
William Burton, Ph.D.
Martin Penn, C.P.A.

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