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To help support the continual growth of Jefferson College employees, below is a list of current professional development opportunities. For any questions regarding professional development, contact Kristen Sides, HR Manager, at email@example.com.
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Mineral (Formerly ThinkHR)
Mineral offers a variety of courses that develop employees and ensure compliance. Click here for the course catalog.
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Personal Assistance Services
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Google Pursuit Sessions
- Google Pursuit - Drive - PowerPoint file - This is the foundation session of the Google Pursuit series where everyone is introduced to the Google Drive. You'll learn how to share your files and how to use the versioning feature. Uploading content and assignments from the Drive into Canvas are covered for faculty, and security is touched on, too.
- Google Pursuit - Calendar - PowerPoint file - Google Calendar can be synced to your phone or tablet, and you can subscribe to calendars, link it to your email, and set reminders. You might choose to use it to allow students to schedule their own appointments or to find a time for a meeting with colleagues.
- Google Pursuit - Docs - PowerPoint file - The third Google Pursuit session pursues an in-depth exploration of Google Docs. Add-ons are discussed a bit, and some special features like Voice Typing, Explore, file format conversion, and hyperlinking are explored.
- Google Pursuit - Slides - Google Slides file - This session covers Google's version of PowerPoint. Topics covered include converting a PPT file to Google Slides format, collaborating together on a Slides document, embedding a slideshow into a Canvas course or webpage, and using transitions and animations to liven up the slideshow.