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Learning Management System
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IT Academic Core Processes & Systems (ACPS)
One can choose to complete the training session online instead of attending the actual training.
Self-Training courses are moodle designed courses.
Each course provides links and tutorials on all topics covered during the training sessions.
Resources are found in two formats, readings and videos. Each module starts with the objectives and is followed by sub-topics.
Steps to complete a course
There are two formats for each course.
You can either have full access to all its content for your reference, or go through a self-run training (complete one module at a time, and participate in the assessments).
The first thing you need to complete in the course is a pre-assessment quiz.
If you get a grade of 80/100 and above, the course content will be revealed, and the resources will be a reference for you.
If you get a grade below 80/100, you will get the chance to go step-by-step through the course. Each module will have to be completed before having access to the next one.
Each module contains a short quiz to test yourself after going through the available links. If the short quizzes are completed with an average of 80 and above, a note that you completed the course successfully will appear at the end.
If for any reason you wanted to change the format of the course, you can contact us at email@example.com.
Training and Enrollment
All the below courses are on self-enrollment basis. Once you enroll, you have 60 days to complete the course. After this period, you will be automatically unenrolled.
To enroll, do the following:
Click on the Enroll corresponding to the desired course, from the table below.
Login using your AUB credentials.
The enrollment page will open. In the enrollment Key box, enter the key provided in the table below. Once entered, click on Enroll me.
The course will now open.
Note: If you wish to regain access, please contact Ms. Rayane Fayed: firstname.lastname@example.org
Microsoft Word 2010
Microsoft Excel 2010
Organizing and analyzing data in spreadsheets
Microsoft Access 2010
Storing sets of information
Microsoft PowerPoint 2010
Presentations program, uses graphical approaches to deliver certain topics
Microsoft Outlook 2010
Email application for managing emails, contacts and meetings
Microsoft Publisher 2010
Designing brochures, fliers, posters, cards, invitations, and more
Microsoft Project 2010
Projects management program
Creating and managing custom team-focused and project-focused sites for collaboration
Learning Management System
Online free and open source survey tool
Polling in PowerPoint/Used in calssrooms