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ETS BROWN BAG LUNCH SESSIONS SCHEDULED FOR MAY


PLEASE MARK YOUR CALENDARS AND PLEASE JOIN US!

Educational Technology Services invites MCC Faculty, Staff and Administration to the following Brown Bag Lunch Sessions in May. Sessions take place during COLLEGE HOUR (12-1pm) in ROOM 11-109. These sessions discuss a variety of technology topics. No registration is required – just show up!

MONDAY, MAY 5
SPAM
Not the delicious meat product we all know and love, but that bane of e-mailers everywhere: junk mail.  In this session we’ll cover how spammers operate and how to utilize the tools built into Outlook, as well as other methods to combat this ever increasing menace. Time allowing, we’ll also discuss Spyware and Adware and how best to control it. Facilitated by Jim Colley, ETS Communications and Network Services.

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WEDNESDAY, MAY 7
NETWORK SERVICES FROM HOME: “MCC@Home”
The “MCC@Home” service provides MCC employees full support of the M: Drive, Web WIP (Work in Progress) Drive, mainframe SIS and FRS access, and Outlook Web Access from your home PC. This is done using a secure authentication model called a Virtual Private Network (VPN). This service is available to all MCC employees that have a home PC running Windows 98SE/ME/2000/XP and have a broadband Internet connection (i.e. Road Runner or Lighting Link). Find out how to activate the MCC@Home service on your home PC. Facilitated by Rob DeGregorio, ETS Communications and Network Services.

FRIDAY, MAY 9
POWERPOINT XP – WHAT’S NEW?
Need help getting use to the new look of PowerPoint XP?  This session will show you how this latest version of PowerPoint works. You will be guided step-by-step through the process of working with a PowerPoint file, adding a background design, changing the color scheme of the background, quickly adding transitions between slides and animating bulleted lists. This session is for people who already know how to work with PowerPoint but may be confused by XP’s new features. Facilitated by Ellen Gozik, ETS Instructional Technologies.

Ellen Z. Gozik
Instructional Technologies
04/30/2003