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Business Managers' Meeting

Finance | 4 classes
The Business Managers' Meeting is designed to provide Business Managers' as well as the LSU campus community with updates on current Finance and Administration topics. ***No Registration Required***

Grants.gov Workspace

Sponsored Programs | 2 classes
This class is intended to assist faculty and staff with an understanding of Grants.gov and its new online application system Workspace for submitting federal grant applications. The class will provide instruction on how to search the Grants.gov system, create a Workspace application package, and complete the package/online forms. Common errors encountered by Grants.gov and eRA Commons will also be discussed.

Introduction to Sponsored Programs

Sponsored Programs | 2 classes
This class is intended to assist faculty and staff with a basic understanding of sponsored programs, from both a PI and departmental perspective. The class will provide fundamental guidance regarding sponsored programs including review of basic LSU policy, Federal policy, proposal preparation, budget preparation, proposal routing, review, approval and submission as well as award and post-award procedures conducted by the Office of Sponsored Programs.

Light a Learning Fire with TurningPoint - PART 1

Faculty Tech Center | 1 class
Do you want to light a fire for learning in your class? In this part 1 workshop you will discover how TurningPoint 8 - Student Response System can increase engagement and retention in your classroom. We will show you how to turn your current PowerPoints into interactive presentations and teach you the basics of the software. Prerequisite: This workshop is for new users and those who would like to receive the full TurningPoint 8 training.

Light a Learning Fire with TurningPoint - PART 2

Faculty Tech Center | 1 class
Are you ready to learn how to manage TurningPoint student data, analyze student results and upload student scores to Moodle? Join us as we light up learning with hands-on practice using the Manage features as well as the Turning Mobile app (in-depth set up). Part 1 of this workshop will be offered an hour before Part 2, if you are interested please go to training.lsu.edu to register. Prerequisite: This workshop is for new users and those who would like to receive the full TurningPoint training.

LSU Website Help - Open Lab

IT Services | 2 classes
Weekly "office hours" with Emily in the Himes Lab to go over any LSU WordPress or Omni web editing questions you might have. If you need Omni or Wordpress training, please contact Emily to schedule a seperate training session.

Moodle 3 Refresher

Faculty Tech Center | 2 classes
Prerequisite: This workshop is for faculty and graduate teaching assistants who have previously used Moodle and for those who would like a general overview. This workshop will cover the most commonly used features used in Moodle 3.

NCBI's "Welcoming Diversity" Workshop

NCBI | 9 classes
The workshop helps participants to: celebrate their similarities and differences, recognize the misinformation they have learned about various groups, including their own, learn about and reevaluate personal attitudes and behaviors that are based on the impact of prejudice and discrimination, claim pride in their group identities, understand the personal impact of discrimination through the telling of stories, and learn hands-on tools for dealing effectively with offensive remarks and behavior.

New Employee Orientation

HR | 3 classes
Registration is required by 4 p.m. on the Thursday prior to Orientation. HR Analysts/Managers: Employees who are in pre-hire status, and those that are unable to register for NEO using their own credentials will be dropped from the roster, and unfortunately will not be able to attend orientation on that day; as same day “sign-in's" will not be allowed going forward.


Sponsored Programs | 2 classes
ASSIST is a web-based service used for the preparation and submission of National Institutes of Health (NIH) grant applications as an alternative to Grants.gov. This class will provide an overview of how to create an online application in ASSIST, navigate the online forms, enter and save the data, how to validate, and route for submission of the application.