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Tech Skills For Success! In-Person

Confused by online terminology or processes like screenshare, LMS, clearing your cache? Digital literacy is essential for you in an online program, and will free up your time for your actual studies!

This webinar will provide an overview of basic computer terminology, as well as demonstrate how to utilize digital tools and technology in order to complete your work with ease. There will be a presentation, followed by open Q&A.

Hosted by librarians June Kim and Jamie Diermier.

Click below to register for a reminder e-mail, or click to join at the time of the event: https://nu.zoom.us/j/92018446399

Date:
Wednesday, June 5, 2024 Show more dates
Time:
2:00pm - 3:00pm
Time Zone:
Pacific Time - US & Canada (change)
Location:
NU Library
Audience:
  Doctoral Students     Graduate Students     Undergraduate Students  
Categories:
  Software & Apps  

Registration is required. There are 30 seats available.

Event Organizer

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Jamie Diermier

I specialize in graduate research in the areas of psychology/counseling, law, education, and business. I'm a librarian and have an MA in counseling (MFT) degree from JFK School of Psychology. I'm liaison librarian for JFKSOPSS and COLPS. 

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June Kim

Subject specializations: Health Sciences, Datasets

Subject availability: All subject areas (except Law; see Legal Research Consultations)