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Get More from Microsoft Word with an IT Training Workshop In-Person / Online

Are you a PhD student eager to develop your Microsoft Word skills for theses, monographs, and publications, or an academic researcher, looking to brush up your IT skills of Microsoft Word, e.g. polishing your rough drafts into professional publications? Join our tailored workshop with an experienced IT Trainer.

Highlights of the workshop include:

Efficient Document Creation:

  • Learn the tips and tricks to streamline your document creation process, saving you valuable time.

Advanced Formatting:

  • Make your thesis or research paper visually impressive, polished, and accessible.

Collaborative Editing:

  • Explore the collaborative features of Microsoft Word, perfect for group projects and peer reviews.

Reference Management with EndNote Online:

  • Use EndNote Online to handle references and bibliographies.

Who Should Attend:

  • PhD students seeking to boost their Microsoft Word proficiency for thesis writing, research papers, and collaborative projects.
  • Researchers conducting academic writing, with a view to producing long-ish research papers, reports and books or book chapters or monographs.

Speaker: Ceri Morgan, an expert from IT Services, will guide you through the workshop, providing insights and practical tips to enhance your Microsoft Word experience. 

Ceri Morgan (they/them) is an IT Training and Development Officer at BCU. They have a background in Humanities and Languages, and worked in Digital Assessment and Academic Practice before moving into IT Training. They provide IT Training workshops for staff and students at BCU, and their main interests lie in assessing and improving Digital Literacy across the University, as well as process improvement and change management. They can be contacted at IT.Training@bcu.ac.uk 

Registration is essential. You can attend it either in-person in JP004 (Joseph Priestley building on the City Centre campus) or online. 

Date:
Thu Mar 14th 2024
Time:
10:00 - 11:30
Time Zone:
UK, Ireland, Lisbon Time (change)
Location:
Joseph Priestley (see details for room number)
Campus:
City Centre Campus
Categories:
  Research  

Registration is required. There are 13 in-person seats available. There are 82 online seats available.

Event Organizer

Guojin Liu