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  • IS: A Quick Introduction to Unix

    This course is designed as a beginners guide to the Unix and Linux operating systems which have long been popular in academic contexts. Because of its inbuilt strengths in network computing, multi-threading, multi-user computing, Unix forms one of the back bone technologies of the World Wide Web and Linux is becoming increasingly popular as an operating system on desktop computers. The course covers the most basic and frequently used Unix / Linux commands and introduces important concepts in security and managing your computing environment.
    There are no future events for this course listed.
  • IS: A look at lynda

    Lynda is an online video learning environment containing more than 3000 courses and holds in excess of 144,000 individual videos. Come along to this lunchtime session for a demonstration and find out how you can use lynda for your own development or integrate it into your teaching.
    There are no future events for this course listed.
  • IS: Advanced Queries in Access 2013

    This course is aimed at Access users who need to extend their knowledge of designing queries and reports in Access.
    There are no future events for this course listed.
  • IS: Advanced statistics with Excel 2013

    This course is aimed at competent Excel users who are already familiar with basic functions and would like to use Excel for more sophisticated statistical analysis. It aims to introduce you to more built-in Excel statistical functions; the functions in the analysis tool pak and to consolidate your skill in building complex formulae by hand. The course covers major descriptive measures, some parametric tests, chi-square testing of association and regression.
    Event dates:
    08-Dec-15 to 08-Dec-15
    100000 to 1300
  • IS: An Introduction to R with RStudio

    This course is designed to help you to use R and R-studio to import, manipulate, describe and analyse categorical and continuous data and to produce plots and tables to support analysis. Participants will also be introduced to literate programming in R as a method supporting reproducible research.
    Event dates:
    07-Dec-15 to 10-Dec-15
    Part: 1
    1400 to 1700
    Part: 2
    1000 to 1300
  • IS: Bibliographies lunchtime session

    It's time to take the toil out of finding and using bibliographic data. This talk looks at how the right application can help you in literature searching, compiling databases of reference material and integrating the results with word processing or document production software to handle citations and reference list. We will discuss EndNote and Reference Manager, look at online catalogues and databases and compare them with a different approach pioneered by the web application Zotero.
    There are no future events for this course listed.
  • IS: Charting with Excel 2013

    This session is for those familiar with Excel who would like to start to use it to create charts.
    Event dates:
    11-Dec-15 to 11-Dec-15
    1000 to 1300
  • IS: Creating queries in Access 2013

    Queries help you see your data in different ways, compare data from different tables and can even update fields. There are many different types of Access queries. This course focuses on select queries and includes some grouping and aggregation.
    There are no future events for this course listed.
  • IS: Designing & Developing Databases in Access 2013

    Note that database design is a specialist area that takes a long time to master and this course can only introduce you to the basic principles of database design. It is aimed at people who need to design their own relational databases from scratch and will cover the practical aspects of creating tables and relationships as well as introducing participants to the principles of database design and giving participants an opportunity to experiment with designing their own databases. This course is suitable for those who are using existing databases and just need to understand the way relational databases are structured and to be able to create tables
    There are no future events for this course listed.
  • IS: ECDL Orientation

    The European Computer Driving Licence (ECDL) is an internationally recognised qualification designed to assess key IT skills through the successful completion of seven module tests. The ECDL programme at UCL is self-study which means that candidates study at their own pace using online learning materials. Tests and practice tests and one-to-one support are available through drop-ins and testing sessions. Click on More Info for further information.
    Eligibility: This programme is available to UCL staff only and costs 90 pounds. Payment is by IDT or cheque to be brought to the orientation. Please click on More Info for further details. There is no charge for non-attendance of the orientation session.
    There are no future events for this course listed.
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