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IS&T unveils its fall 2010 schedule of computing courses

It’s back-to-school time, and for members of the MIT community, that means Information Services and Technology (IS&T) has released its fall 2010 schedule of computing-related classes. Courses cover administrative applications, databases, e-mail, web and desktop publishing, and much more.

Highlights of IS&T’s fall 2010 offerings include
  • Free one-hour sessions on MIT’s new online Request for Payment (RFP) form;
  • Free one-hour iCal demonstrations;
  • Free half-day courses on FileMaker Pro 11 Basics;
  • A free 90-minute introduction to wikis at MIT;
  • A half-day intermediate web publishing class, with a focus on styles ($75).
Check the online schedule for IS&T’s full list of courses. If you have questions about course content or registration, contact IS&T's Training Registrar.

User groups
The IS&T Training Schedule also lists five user groups that meet monthly at noon in the N42 Demo Center: Excel, Mac Partners, Windows Partners, Mobile Partners and Web Publishing. These one-hour meetings are a great place to ask your colleagues questions and share knowledge about a specific area of computing. There’s often a featured presentation as well.

For a full list of user groups that meet on campus, see the User Groups at MIT page.

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