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Email: helpdesk@unt.edu   
Come by: Sage Hall, Room 233
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Calendar

Training and Events Calendar

May

May 29
Memorial Day, university closed

June

June 1
Optimizing & Accelerating your MATLAB Code • Free 

June 6
Sharing and Deploying MATLAB ApplicationsFree

May 31
Drupal Training, 10:30 a.m.-noon, Sage Hall, Room 154
Topic: Managing Content
Registration required • Course # UO17D4
Level: Beginner

June 7
Drupal Training, 10:30 a.m.-noon, Sage Hall, Room 154, Chilton Hall, Room 388. 
Topic: How to Set Up a Calendar in Drupal
Level: Intermediate
Important: Drupal Calendar Module is required: submit a ServiceNow ticket to CWS to ensure the module is installed
Registration required • Course # UO17D9

June 13
Essential Tools for Machine Learning • Free Webinar

EDUCAUSE Webinar: Implementing Universal Design for Learning in Higher Education, Part 1 of 3
1-2:30 p.m.

 

June 14
Drupal Training, 10:30 a.m.-noon, Sage Hall, Room 154, Chilton Hall, Room 388.
Training Topic: How to Set Up Web Forms in Drupal
Level: Intermediate
Registration required • Course # U17D10

June 18
Father's Day

 

June 20
EDUCAUSE Webinar: Implementing Universal Design for Learning in Higher Education, Part 2 of 3
1-2:30 p.m.

June 21
Drupal Training, 10:30 a.m.-noon, Sage Hall, Room 154
Training Topic: Intro to Drupal and Drupal 7
Level: Beginner (for those who have no experience in web development or Drupal)
Level: Entry-level, no experience
Registration required • Course # U17D11

 

June 27
EDUCAUSE Webinar: Implementing Universal Design for Learning in Higher Education
, Part 3 of 3
1-2:30 p.m.​

June 28
Drupal Training, 10:30 a.m.-noon, Location TBD
Topic: Cooler Content with Views
Registration required • Enrolling Soon!
Level: Beginner++ to Intermediate