Dominik Lukeš

By Dominik Lukeš

More sessions on Learning and Productivity for June and July 2020

I’m running more sessions on the subject of computer productivity and teaching and learning. Some of them are run as part of the IT Learning Centre and others are organised directly by SBS.

Sessions run through the IT Learning Centre

Using technology more productively: Save time, keep healthy!

This session will cover tips and strategies for making the most out of your computer. These tips will not only help you save time but also make sure you avoid health difficulties such as eye strain and repetitive stress injury. They will also help you deal with focus and attention problems. You will learn about ways in which you can improve your work with tools you’re using every day as well as what new productivity tools you can add to your tool kit.

Wed, 24 Jun 12:30 PM – 01:30 PM

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PowerPoint – New and old features to increase impact and productivity

This session is intended for new and long-time PowerPoint users who would like to improve their PowerPoint design but also take advantage of the latest features that can improve their productivity. This session expects that you already can create PowerPoint presentations. It was designed around features even experienced PowerPoint users often don’t know about.

Wed 01 Jul 20  12:30 PM – 01:30 PM

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Writing more readable and actionable documents: Formatting and language

Do you want people to read your documents more quickly, understand them better, and take action? This session will cover key principles of readable formatting and readable language. These principles are based on the latest readability and User Experience design research. They can be applied simply and without need for any special tools to documents from ranging emails to long reports and web sites.

Fri, 03 Jul 20       12:30 PM – 01:30 PM

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Creating mind maps, flowcharts and infographics with everyday tools

Graphical displays of complex information are very effective and can enhance the understanding of difficult subjects. They are also an essential tool for including more kinds of people in your audience. And not least, they can help content creators organise their thinking about the subject. Many people worry that they need to learn to use a complicated graphics editor or pay a graphic designer. But that’s not true. This session will show you how you can create powerful graphics with the tools you already use.

Fri, 17 Jul 20       12:30 PM – 01:30 PM

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More sessions run directly as part of our internal Digiknow series

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