At least once a month CE Technology Services presents a 15-45 minute webinar covering various tips and tricks for the latest software, trends in educational technology, and services offered by us. All sessions are recorded and are available below.
Upcoming Tech Tuesday
WisMOP in Action: Money Matters
June 20th, 2017, 10:00-10:30 a.m.
Presenters: Lori Baltrusis, Liz Lexau, and Molly Immendorf
In this Tech Tuesday, learn about the Money Matters online program that addresses a need for greater access to financial education in large rural counties. Lori Baltrusis and Liz Lexau partnered with Molly Immendorf to develop Money Matters online financial education modules. This distance learning option allows consumers to participate in financial education through UW-Extension without the need to travel outside their community. Users do not need Internet access in their home, which is often a challenge in rural WI. Modules can be accessed by users whenever their schedules permit at libraries, through a Smart Phone, or wherever they can access the Internet. We will discuss the need, the process, and next steps for this new and still developing online program in this session.
CES Staff Directory: What’s Up With That?
July 11th, 2017, 10:00-10:30 a.m.
Presenters: Kevin Graeme, Eric Schuck, and Megan Wecker
Looking for hands-on training on Tech Tuesday topics?
Here is a quick tip to use the archive videos as a hands-on, just-in-time, training tool:
1. Open two browser windows side-by-side (one for the tool you plan to learn (if using an online tool like SharePoint or WordPress) and the other with the Tech Tuesday list of archives.) OR open the desktop application and a browser window with the Tech Tuesday archive list.
2. Click on the link for the Tech Tuesday archive you want to view (make sure your speakers are on or use a headset)
3. Pause the archive to try a task demonstrated and try that task in your the appropriate window. You can then hit the play button when ready to continue. You can also move the scroll bar to either review or skip ahead.
Video demonstration (approx 4 minutes)