Topic Basic Digital Skills
Being able to find, evaluate and classify the right information for the next research project, using the appropriate communication channels, operating applications and not forgetting data security – digital skills are becoming increasingly important in our society.
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Lecturer: Dr. Marc Stockmeier
Target audience: Beginner
Simple basic terms / basic functions
Set up and adjust page layout
Dealing with paragraphs
Illustrations in texts
Headers and footers
Automatic creation of lists
Quotes / sources
Create documents / document template for a thesis
Please note that the topics of the individual dates can be postponed as this is a new course.
Important: Date 4 can be adjusted at the request of the participants.
Microsoft PowerPoint Lecturer: Dr. Marc Stockmeier
Date 1: PowerPoint, simple basic terms The user interface Basics for creating presentations - an overview
- Working with text (lists, tables)
- Working with shapes
- Working with objects e.g. tables from Excel (Images, Charts, SVG Graphics
Date 2: Create a presentation: Important presets Master slides SmartArt and the SmartArt tools Transitions and Animations Using and adapting design templates
Date 3: Link slides to each other Slide transitions Prepare and deliver presentations Printing of presentations, handouts and note pages Tools during the presentation
Date 4: Creating a presentation on the individual field of study Short presentation of the individual participants
Target audience: Beginner Please note that the topics of the individual dates can be postponed as this is a new course. Important: Date 3 and Date 4 can be adjusted at the request of the participants!
Language: English Lecturer: Dr. Marc Stockmeier
Target audience: Beginners
- Basics, basic functions
- Working with workbooks
- Formulas and functions e.g. Logic functions
- Formulas and functions e.g. VLOOKUP / HLOOKUP
- Working with charts
- Data analysis with pivot tables
- Evaluation for simple experiments / data sets with Excel e.g. sales data with the learned methods