Technology Training Group (TTG)

Training resource for business/collaboration technologies dedicated to Staff on campus.

The Technology Training Group (TTG) is a segment of the IT Helpdesk that provides technology learning opportunities for all Emmanuel staff. Given the dynamic and busy schedules of our community, these training sessions are designed to be varied in date/time and short in length (45-60 minutes).

The sessions offered represent the most common and/or helpful technologies based on a Fall 2015 Staff Survey. The TTG team will continue to develop new content for future semesters and plans to have guest presenters from around campus for technologies outside the TTG scope.

If you are interested in being a guest presenter or have feedback on future technology learning sessions, please contact us!

See the tabs below for the schedule of presentations and to learn more about the TTG presenters.

Contact TTG: ITTraining@emmanuel.edu
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Future training sessions to come on the following subjects:

One Drive and Outlook

Try it Out!

Excel Basics

Qualtrics and Pivot Tables

Prezi and Mail Merge

Powerpoint and Doodle

*All sessions are held in the IT Training Room - Administration Building Room 130

*All sessions are held in the IT Training Room - Administration Building Room 130

Excel Basics

Tuesday March 15 - 1:00 pm

Tuesday April 12 - 1:00 pm

Qualtrics and Pivot Tables

Tuesday March 22 - 11:15am

Tuesday April 19 - 11:15am

One Drive and Outlook

Thursday March 10 - 11:15am

Thursday April 7 - 11:15am

Powerpoint and Doodle

Thursday March 31 - 11:15am

Thursday April 28 - 11:15 am

Prezi and Mail Merge

Thursday March 24 - 1:00pm

Thursday April 21 - 1:00pm

Try it Out!

Thursday March 10 - 1:00pm

Thursday March 17 - 11:15am

Thursday March 24 - 11:15am

Tuesday March 29 - 11:15am

Tuesday April 5 - 1:00pm

Thursday April 14 - 11:15am

Tuesday April 19 - 1:00pm

Tuesday April 26 - 1:00pm

TTG Team

Alyssa Kinahan-Dundas

Alyssa's primary expertise is in Excel, Pivot Tables, and OneDrive. Alyssa is an intended international relations major in the class of 2019 here at Emmanuel. She is part of the St. Brendan's Colorguard from Dorchester. Alyssa is Secretary of the Peace Action Club, and a member of the Black Student Union.

Chris Santanello

Chris specializes in PowerPoint, Prezi, Mail Merge, and SharePoint. He is an economics major in the class of 2019. Chris loves the people at Emmanuel, and enjoys going snowboarding and playing soccer.

Jake Shlaferman

Jake's primary expertise is in Doodle, Outlook, and Qualtrics. Jake is also a member of the class of 2019 and is a chemistry major with a concentration in biochemistry. He intends on attending dental school after he graduates from Emmanuel. Jake plays intramural soccer, club basketball, and track and field, and is a part of the biology club.

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