Want to organize your department’s projects and events more effectively and efficiently? Consider implementing Microsoft Office Project software. Office Project 2007 is a project management software program developed and sold by Microsoft which is designed to assist project managers in developing plans, assigning resources to tasks, tracking progress, managing budgets and analyzing workloads. It helps you to better organize work and people to ensure that projects are delivered on time and within budget.
Saint Joseph’s University has a site license for this program for all faculty and staff members. Faculty and staff can download this to their computers/laptops by following these steps:
Download MS Project 2007
- Login to the SJU network
- Go to Start – Run
- Enter: G:microsoftProject 2007setup.exe
- Enter Install Key found in Project folder
- Follow the prompts to install
Proper training is key to using this platform successfully. Please visit our I.T. Training site for a schedule of classes offered: http://it.sju.edu/training/desktop_software/training_schedule/ . Ben Jezierski, I.T. Training Manager, will be happy to meet with you and/ or set up department trainings, if the times on the schedule are not convenient. Ben can be reached at Ext. 3386, or email@example.com
Wimba (Horizon Live) is now integrated into all our Blackboard courses, as well as the Online Pharmaceutical Marketing courses, hosted on eCollege. Anyone interested in participating in a seminar to see how area schools are using this tool, please see registration details below. All are welcome to attend!
Date: Thursday, April 2, 2009 12:00 pm EDT
Presenters: Wimba and area schools
Bartley Hall Room 1011 – 800 Lancaster Avenue
Villanova, PA 19085 US
Join us for a light lunch and an informative seminar. Learn how to enhance learning, improve outcomes, and increase student retention rate in your online program.
Register Here: http://www.wimba.com/company/events/1480
Description: With the emergence and fast-paced evolution of distance learning, educators are challenged by, and seeking ways to offer effective online classes that are innovative and imaginative. During this seminar you will hear how Villanova University and other area schools successfully increased student engagement and class interaction by incorporating collaborative, active learning methods into physical and virtual classrooms. These elements of collaboration include voice, video, social presence, chat, application sharing and content. This presentation will demonstrate how better learning outcomes can be more easily achieved in online courses when collaboration tools are included.
Saint Joseph’s University recently licensed, on a subscription basis, Touchnet Marketplace software to develop online stores . One of the major benefits of MarketPlace is that stores can be developed without I.T. programming support, so users can independently manage and control their sites. Universities are using MarketPlace to:
- Register and pay for conferences, camps, Study Abroad programs, etc.
- Sell tickets to events
- Sell University products and services
- Promote and register for alumni events; support alumni giving
- Register and pay for career services events
- Register and pay for professional development courses
The Marketplace platform integrates directly with Banner, so that payments made through it will go to selected department budget lines. Each area of campus has a designated Marketplace manager to develop stores for that division. Peggy Allen (firstname.lastname@example.org) is the Market Place Merchant Manager for HSB. Please contact her for any requests.
The first Marketplace site launched for SJU is A Taste of Hawk Hill site. Please visit this site to see what the platform offers. And, while there, be sure to purchase a ticket for the event!