Applied Microsoft Excel For Librarians
Microsoft Excel is a powerful and versatile "Swiss army knife" for handing just about anything - from complex budgets and charts, to text-based data . You can even use it as a plain old calculator. This webinar explores some of the advanced features Excel has to offer and places them within the context of performing library related tasks. The goals of this webinar are to (1) Provide an overview of some of the advanced tools Excel offers librarians, (2) Provide resources for further learning, and (3) To encourage participants to think creatively and holistically about harnessing Excel’s toolset within the library.
Anyone wishing to attend can obtain the Zoom link for the meeting at:
Topics covered include:
- Understanding how to get help learning functions
- Top 5 advanced functions to save you time
- Building tables and naming ranges.
- Controlled vocabulary and dropdown menus
- Filters and Pivot Charts
This webinar is recommended for individuals with a basic working knowledge of Microsoft Excel, including formula construction.
If any reasonable accommodation is needed to ensure equal access or participation, contact the Office of Library and Information Services at (401) 574-9300 not less than three (3) business days in advance of the meeting or program date. More advanced notice is highly advisable.
- Wednesday, April 8, 2020
- 12:00pm - 1:00pm
- Jason Ackermann
- Event Type:
- OLIS Continuing Education