University of Sydney - Excel for Researchers

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Arts eLearning, Door 318, room 322 eLearning Lab, Brennan MacCallum A18

University of Sydney , NSW 2006

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Excel Fu

Dates:

07 October 2014

Time: 9:15 am - 4:45 pm Location:

Arts elearning Lab, Door 318, room 322 eLearning Lab, Brennan MacCallum A18

University of Sydney

Equipment:

BYO laptop, loaded with MS Excel. Access also to Wifi required (please pre-install EDURoam)

Cost: Fully subsidised (free) to Researchers and PhD students at Intersect's member Universities


This workshop runs over one day and comprises of a series of hands-on exercises and slide-based background material.

Attendees will leave with two key skills – how to handle their research data within Excel, and how to use advanced features of Excel to answer research questions pertaining to their data.

For more information about the Intersect L&D Program, please refer to http://www.intersect.org.au/training

The Arts eLearning room's entrance is an externally facing door, off Manning Rd, to the right of the concrete spheres if you are facing the building.

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Arts eLearning, Door 318, room 322 eLearning Lab, Brennan MacCallum A18

University of Sydney , NSW 2006

Australia

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Organiser Intersect Australia

Organiser of University of Sydney - Excel for Researchers

Intersect is a pivotal part of Australian research landscape
We provide robust, innovative services and collaborative technology to support world-class research at our member organisations and in the wider research community

Intersect delivers data storage, compute and analysis platforms, custom engineering, expert consulting and training programs to thousands of researchers every year

Intersect works closely with the ARDC (Australian Research Data Commons) built from ANDS, Nectar, and RDS

Intersect is a member of the Software Carpentry Foundation, the NCI (National Computational Infrastructure) and the AAF (Australian Access Federation)

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