Available Courses


Microsoft Office 2013 - Open Sessions (multiple dates available - see description)

Category: Microsoft

Microsoft Office 2013 - Open Sessions are a great resource for your questions to get answered! There is no need to register, and you are welcome to drop in at any time during a session with any of your Office questions.
January 29th, 2015 9:30-11:30 431 French Hall (FH)
Friday, Feb. 27th, 2015 9:30 pm - 11:30 pm 507 Murchie Science Building

Internet Browsers - Basics

Category: Browsers

This course is designed for those who want to learn the basic elements of web browsers, using the most common browsers, IE, Mozilla Firefox and Chrome.  

  • What the Home page is
  • What is meant by the URL
  • Browsing history
  • Bookmarking and favorites
  • Plus more!

Excel Formulas & Functions

Category: Microsoft

This workshop is designed for those who want to learn how to use some of Microsoft Excel's more popular Formulas & Functions used for everyday problem solving.

  • Mathematical
  • Date & Time
  • Text
  • Logical
  • Lookup & Reference
  • Financial
  • Statistical
  • Engineering
  • Information
  • Compatibility
  • Web
  • Cube
  • User Defined 

Excel - Audit a Worksheet

Category: Microsoft

When using complex worksheets, it can be very difficult to understand the relationships between cells and formulas.  Excel's auditing tools enables you to clearly determine these relationships.  Together we will use each one of the auditing tools that Excel has to offer!


Category: Microsoft

You can record a macro in Excel to automate repetitive tasks so that you can do the task again in a single click.  A macro is an action or set of actions that you can run as many times as you want.  When you create a macro, you are actually recording your mouse clicks and keystrokes.  In this workshop we will create & run basic macros, and learn how to edit them.


Lynda.com is available to all faculty & staff. This is an online learning company offering thousands of video courses in software, creative and business skills.

Instructions To Set Up Your Account:
  • Go to www.lynda.com
  • Click Login
  • Log in through your organization or school and enter www.umich.edu
  • Authenticate using your Ann Arbor credentials at the Cosign weblogin
  • Verify your information and click confirm
  • 1st time user click No, I’ve never had an account
  • Verify name and enter your email address (uniqname@umflint.edu)

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