Technology Support Center workshops are free for students, faculty, and staff. The TSC is in the Library room 300, and workshops are held in Classroom 336 on a monthly basis . Attendees have access to both Mac and Windows software in the classroom. In courtesy to the instructor and other workshop attendees please arrive 5-10 minutes before class starts so you can login and be ready to start.
TSC Classroom 336 Programs & Software
Multimedia Workshops Learn how to use iMovie to combine video clips, photos, music and more to create movies and burn them to DVD using iDVD.
Windows Movie Maker allows you to combine video clips, photos, music and more to create movies.
Become acquainted with Final Cut Pro and learn the basics of editing a video and audio into a polished production.
Learn how to enhance your Final Cut Pro projects using audio and video transitions, filters, key frames, green screen, and more.
Learn the fundamentals of enhancing photos, image manipulation and artwork.
University Tools UTEP's virtual MyDesktop system allows remote access to many software applications from any computer via Internet connection – cloud computing. MyDesktop Resources
Learn how to keep all of your files in sync so you can access them at any time from any computer using your Outlook Live @miners.utep.edu account.
Online Portfolio NEW!Create a dynamic resume of your experiences in life, work, and study. Learn the basics of getting started on your Online Portfolio.
BlackBoard: Student Interface Blackboard is an online learning environment where instructors and students can interact.
Blackboard Student Resources
Learn how to easily create surveys with a variety of question types. Advanced question options, skip logic, quickly translate your survey into Spanish, reports and more!
Learn how analytics can help you predict outcomes, solve problems and make smarter decisions with SPSS.
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Microsoft Office Tools Excel is a spreadsheet application used to record numerical data in columns and rows, and manipulate data to derive information.
Learn how to build formulas, insert functions, and create a chart from worksheet data.
Rows and colums may be a great way to collect data but it is not the best way to present information to others. Learn how to turn your data into easily understood charts and how to make those charts grab everyone's attention by formatting them with built-in styles or your own imagination.
Use a PivotTable when you want to analyze related totals, especially when you have a long list of figures to sum and you want to compare several facts about each figure. This class will introduce you to this interactive tool that helps you combines and compares your data especially when you have a long list of figures to sum, and aggregated data or subtotals would help you look at the data from different perspectives and compare figures of similar data.
Put the POW in your class or meeting presentations by adding animation, movies, sounds, and charts to your PowerPoint presentations.
Learn how to insert footnotes, endnotes, citations, or a bibliography in the format required by your instructor, Automatically add a table of contents just by formatting your headings correctly. Let MS Word do the work for you!