University of Southern Indiana

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TEACHERS AND YOUTH


CPR/AED CERTIFICATION FOR STUDENT TEACHERS

Course includes first aid and CPR training. Skill training provided for certification in first aid, adult, infant and child CPR/AED.

Instructor: Renee Frimming, USI Assistant Professor of Physical Education
Dates and Times: 
TEA200A - Monday, April 4, 4:30 to 6:00 p.m.
TEA200B - Monday, April 11, 4:30 to 6:00 p.m.
TEA200C - Monday, April 18, 4:30 to 6:00 p.m
Location: USI Health Professions Room 0058
Registration Fee: $30

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SATURDAY ART WORKSHOP (ages 6-14)
YTH400A-B-C-D


Kids ages six through fourteen can join USI art students and faculty to create two- and three-dimensional artwork including collages, paintings, printmaking, sculptures, and more. Students will be grouped by age with a maximum of twenty per group and will display their works at the end of each session. Cost of lunch and all supplies included. 

Coordinator: Joseph Uduehi, EdD, Associate Professor of Art Education, USI
Dates and Times: Two Saturdays, April 16 and 23, 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Location: USI Technology Center, Rooms 229, 237, 242, and 243
Registration Fee: $30, includes supplies and lunch.
YTH400A, ages 6 and 7
YTH400B, ages 8 and 9
YTH400C, ages 10 and 11
YTH400D, ages 12, 13, 14

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CREATING THE IDEAL CLASSROOM
TEA427

Educators can only control a portion of the factors that determine student success in the classroom. Join a former high school teacher, current USI adjunct professor and certified life coach to learn how to let go of the perception of an 'ideal student.' By accepting and engaging the students you do have, along with their needs, you can reduce stress and take control of your daily approach to your role. Ideal for teachers of all grades, including pre-service teachers; seat hour documentation will be provided and light refreshments will be served.

Instructor: Johanna Druen, certified life coach, Red Shoes Creative Consulting
Dates and Times: Tuesday March 1, 7:30 to 10:00 a.m.
Location: University Center East, Room 2205
Registration Fee: $75 (in-service teachers); $20 (pre-service teachers)

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LANGUAGES


BEGINNING CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH    
LGN402

Learn basic conversational Spanish and feel more at ease when you travel or encounter Spanish speakers in business and social situations. Emphasis is on building vocabulary. Cost of text and CD's included in registration fee. Materials need to be ordered in advance; enroll early. Registrants age 18 or older.

Instructor: Lorenna Boyle, Spanish speaker
Dates and Time: Six Wednesdays, February 10 through March 16, 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. 
Location: Innovation Pointe, 2nd Floor Classroom, 318 Main Street, Downtown Evansville
Registration Fee: $130, includes materials

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BEGINNING CONVERSATIONAL GERMAN    
LGN406   CANCELLED

Add another language to your repertoire in this study of basic German vocabulary and expressions. Emphasis will be on basic conversational skills and phrases especially useful for travelers as well as the use of helpful internet tools. The geography and culture of Germany also will be featured. Cost of text and CD's included in registration fee. Materials need to be ordered in advance; enroll early. Registrants age 18 or older welcome.

Instructor: Slyvia Blice, retired German instructor
Dates and Time:  Six Mondays, February 8 through March 14, 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Location:  Innovation Pointe, Second Floor Classroom, 318 Main Street,
Downtown Evansville
Registration Fee:  $130, includes materials

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ARTS AND LEISURE


OFFICIATING VOLLEYBALL
FIT395

An in-depth look at the mechanics, rules and officiating techniques of volleyball with an emphasis on high school interscholastic level. Half the class will be spent in the classroom with the other half in the gym playing and officiating volleyball. Experience in officiating will be arranged for interested participants. 

Instructor: Joseph Gratz, certified IHSAA official
Dates and Times: Six Tuesdays, January 19 through February 23, 6:00 to 8:50 p.m.
Location: USI Physical Activity Center, Room 209
Registration Fee: $99 (not including text/IHSAA fee; $25 for one; $15 for each additional family member)

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SOAPMAKING 101
ALP410

Have you ever wanted to make your own soap? In this class you'll learn to make soap the old fashioned way, with lye and oils. You will learn how to safely use lye, soap-making oils and understand the properties they contribute to soap. You will create a soap formula and lean what scents and colors work best. Then, using your own soap formula you will make your own soap! There will be a 20-minute break for lunch on your own. You may bring a sack lunch. Water and coffee will be provided. Enrollment limited to six. Age 18 and over.

Instructor: Lucia Felty, certified soapmaker
Date and Time: Saturday, February 6, 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Location: 105 First St, Henderson, KY 42420
Registration Fee: $69, includes supplies

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BLOCK PRINT CARDS                                                
ALP200

Learn block printmaking basics and create a block print on 12 blank greeting cards.  Bring your own simple 4"x 5.5" design sketch or choose from sample designs. Class supplies are provided. Take home the cards as well as the finished block to make more.

Instructor: Stephanie Osborne
Dates and Time:  Saturday, March 19, 10:00 a.m to 1:00 p.m.
Location: New Harmony Gallery of Contemporary Art
Registration Fee: $50

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PAINTING STILL LIFE 1-2-3 
ALP414

Have some painting experience? Want to learn more? In this intermediate class, you will complete your own beautiful painting under the instruction and guidance of artist and instructor Kelly Gilbert. Working with user-friendly acrylic paints, Kelly will lead you through the painting process with easy to-understand instructions. Using still life objects, you will learn about developing shapes, how to use contrasts in shading, variations of lighting, choosing colors, basic composition, overlapping and working with symmetrical objects. You will receive a supply list upon registration. Estimate cost of supplies $120.

Instructor: Kelly Gilbert, local artist
Dates and Time: Six Wednesdays, March 16 through April 20, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Location: 318 Main Street, downtown Evansville
Registration Fee: $120

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EATING INDIANA  (ages 12+)                                
FIT180

Southern Indiana landscape is covered with various types of naturally growing plants, many of which are edible. Every state has several species of edible plants that are native to it. We will explore the woods around University of Southern Indiana to discover the edible plants, learn how to identify them, collect them and cook them.

Instructor: Amelia Wildeman, Naturalist
Date and Time: Sunday, April 24, 2:00 to 4:00 p.m.
Location: USI, Grimes Haus
Registration Fee: $25 for one; $15 for each additional family member

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HULA HOOP DESIGN & BEGINNER'S SEMINAR
ALP203

Learn how to make your own professional adult-sized fitness hula hoop. After the hoop-making lesson, you will learn the fundamentals of hoop flow: how to keep the hoops in rotation while adding movement and expressive dance. You will also learn ten off-body hand tricks and transitions that you can take home and use with your brand new hoop. With as little as 15 minutes of hula hooping you can increase your flexibility, tone muscles, improve blood circulation, fight stress and lose weight.

Instructor: Abbi Shoulders
Dates and Time: Saturday, April 16, 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Location: New Harmony Gallery of Contemporary Art
Registration Fee: $75 

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INTRODUCTION TO MOVEMENT WITH EASE
ALP428

Do you wish to achieve more efficient body mechanics to decrease pain and discomfort? Whether you are a caregiver or office worker, truck driver or massage therapist, self-awareness is the first step in changing movement patterns into easier, healthier, more dynamic flow patterns. Each week will focus on a different topic as you explore how you move through the world - sitting, standing, walking, running, bending down and picking things up, etc. Learn new patterns of movement with Regina Maier to make complicated movements easier and easy movements more comfortable.  

Instructor: Regina Maier, Licensed Massage Therapist, Kinesthetic Practitioner
Dates and Time: Saturday March 19, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (one hour for lunch)
Location: USI, University Center, Room 2207
Registration Fee: $65

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MOVEMENT WITH EASE II
ALP429

Building on the first session, this class will apply movements to specific real-life situations you bring into the group. This is the time where you, as a group, can discover new ways to answer questions you may have. The concepts of kinesthetics will be explained and experienced. Exercises, taken from multiple sources, such as Feldenkrais, Yoga, Tai Chi and dance, will demonstrate new-found knowledge, help sharpen your kinetic senses and sensitize your body awareness. These will set the base for learning to work fully with your entire body. (You may take one or both classes. In order to take the second workshop, it is advisable, but not required to take the first one.) Wear comfortable clothing.

Instructor: Regina Maier, licensed massage therapist, kinesthetic practitioner
Date and Time: Saturday, April 23, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (one hour for lunch)
Location: USI, University Center East, Room 2207
Registration Fee: $65

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HULA EVANSVILLE                            
ALP412

If you have never taken hula before, haven't danced in a while or would like to experience a hula school's style of hula, this is the best place to start. Students will learn a hula dance to share with family and friends, some Hawaiian language, and an introduction to hula instruments. We'll have a mini luau for the last class to celebrate what we've learned. Wahine (women) and Kane (men) of all ages and sizes are welcome. Wear comfortable clothes.

Instructor: Erin Johnston, Hula Association of the Midwest,
Hoaloha of Halau i Ka Pono.

Dates and time: Six Tuesdays, March 1 through April 5, 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. 
Location: USI, University Center, Room 2207
Registration Fee: $69

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BEGINNING GOLF 
FIT360-FIT361

Get into the swing with professional instruction on golf equipment, terminology, rules, and etiquette. Lab sessions cover clubs, grip, stance, swing, timing and rhythm, pitching, pitch and run, sand shots, chip shots, and putting. Bring a five- or seven-iron to the first class session. Clubs not provided. Enrollment limited to eight per section.

Instructor: Scott Culley, Tee Time Golf Complex Pro
Date and Time:
FIT360: Six Wednesdays, April 6 through May 11, 6:00 to 7:00 p.m.
FIT361: Six Wednesdays, April 6 through May 11, 7:15 to 8:15 p.m.
Location: Tee Time Golf Complex, 7900 East Morgan Avenue
Registration Fee: $110

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ON-COURSE GOLF LESSONS
FIT368

This class is specially designed for you to fine-tune your golf swing and improve your game tremendously. Learn golfing etiquette as you play on the course with others in a nonthreatening environment

Instructor: Scott Culley, Tee Time Golf Complex pro
Date and Time: four Wednesdays, May 25 through June 15, 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Location: Tee Time Golf Complex, 7900 East Morgan Avenue
Registration Fee: $78

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MASSAGE FOR HOME USE
ALP427

Join Regina Maier as she teaches massage techniques you can use at home to promote relaxation, ease muscle aches, relieves headaches and more. You will begin by learning body mechanics and basic physiology. Throughout the sessions you will learn how to adjust massage applications from the massage table to the bed, the chair and on the floor. The class will work in rotating pairs; however, it is unnecessary to register with a partner. Some applications will be done fully clothed, while others require removal of some clothing with appropriate draping to assure modesty. Wear comfortable clothing and bring a pillow and a flat sheet or large towel. A signed waiver of liability will be required to attend and will be available at the first class.

Instructor: Regina Maier, Licensed Massage Therapist
Dates and Times; Six Wednesdays, March 30 through May 4, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Location: USI, University Center, Room 2217
Registration Fee: $102

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PASSPORT TO RETIREMENT 
ALP501A-B

Preparing for retirement is one of the most important concerns we have today. Retirement costs are rising, the future of Social Security is uncertain, and many people have not accumulated the savings they will need to enjoy the retirement lifestyle they deserve. Join investment professionals for this introduction to the concepts and practices that will help make retirement possible and comfortable. You'll learn how to get the most from guaranteed investments, tax-free income, and estate planning. For those already retired or planning to retire in the next ten years, the seminar takes a conservative approach to wise money management in addition to identifying lifestyle issues facing mature Americans. The registration fee includes an in-depth workbook with valuable exercises and worksheets.

Dates and Times:
ALP501A: Three Saturdays, January 16, 30 and February 6, 9:00 to 11:30 p.m.
Location: USI, University Center East, Room 2207
ALP501B: Three Wednesdays, February 24, March 2 and 9, 6:00 to 8:30 p.m.
Location: USI, University Center, Room 2219-2220
Registration Fee: $89 for an individual OR for two registering together and sharing materials. The fee is reduced to $69 for registering at least one week before the start of the class.

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SOCIAL SECURITY PLANNING FOR BOOMERS
ALP502A-B-C-D

After being told for years that Social Security is going broke, baby boomers are realizing that it will soon be their turn to collect. The decisions you make now can have a tremendous impact on the total amount of benefits you stand to received over your lifetime. This informative seminar covers the basics of Social Security and reveals strategies for maximizing your benefits, including factors to consider when deciding when to apply for benefits; when it makes sense to delay benefits and when it does not; why you should always check your earnings record for accuracy; how to estimate your benefits; how to coordinate benefits with your spouse; how to minimize taxes on Social Security benefits; and how to coordinate Social Security with your other sources of retirement income.

Dates, Times and Locations;
ALP502A: Wednesday, January 6, 6:00 to 7:30 p.m.
Location: USI University Center Rm. 2219-2220
ALP502B: Monday, January 11, 6:00 to 7:30 p.m.,
USI University Center Rm. 2219-2220
ALP502C: Thursday, January 14, 6:00 to 7:30 p.m.
USI University Center Rm. 2219-2220
Registration Fee: $19 for an individual or $24 for two registering together

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JOURNALING FOR THE HEALTH OF IT:
GRATITUDE AND SELF-COMPASSION
ALP437

The hectic pace and non-stop demands of life today often leave us feeling dissatisfied with our lives and some simple journaling techniques can help us turn our attitudes around and lift us up. These techniques are centered on the proven practices of gratitude and self-compassion, which research shows can boost overall well-being. In this three week class, you will learn how to harness the power of these techniques for exploring patterns, beliefs and personal stories that affect your well-being and how to create an ongoing journaling practice for extended benefits. Journaling has no rules; it can be done in only minutes at a time, and you need not be a 'good' writer. All you need is to give yourself permission to embark on your own healing journey through writing. The techniques you learn will be yours for a lifetime. Bring a journal/notebook or a laptop or tablet. No journaling experience necessary!

Instructor: Barbara Stahura, certified journal facilitator
Date and Time: Three Tuesdays, March 8, 15, and 22, 6:00 to 7:30 p.m.
Location: USI University Center, Room 2206
Registration Fee: $69, includes supplies

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DIGITAL PHOTO ORGANIZING 101                     
ALP425

Do you have photos scattered on your phone, computer and memory cards? Learn how to gather your digital photos into one location and organize them, so you can enjoy and share your photos again! A photo organizing expert will teach you the basics of digital photo organizing, including naming conventions, basic software, file structure, workflow and more. Bring your laptop!

Instructor: Amy Payne, Professional Organizer
Date and Times: Tuesday, March 29, 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Location: USI, University Center, Room 2205 
Registration Fee: $40

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FAMILY FARM TRANSFER AND ESTATE PLANNING
BUS651

This non-credit course provides guidance on the planning process associated with transferring the assets of a family farm operation. Participants will learn how to use the goals and minimize taxes on the transfer of the farm operation and farmland. Course material is included and will focus on establishing individual, family, business and retirement goals. 

Date and Time: Thursday, February 4, 6:00 to 9:00 p.m.
Location: USI, University Center East, Room 2217-2218
Registration Fee: $99 for an individual or for two registering together and sharing materials

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SMALL BUSINESS TRANSFER AND ESTATE PLANNING
BUS661

This non-credit course provides guidance on the planning process associated with transferring the assets of a small business or its value to the next generation. Estate planning allows you to make gifts, ensure business continuity and avoid taxes. Your plan of action will depend upon whether you are transferring a functional business to a successor or liquidating your interest and giving the proceeds to beneficiaries. The course material is included and will focus on establishing individual, family, business and retirement goals. 

Date and Time: Thursday, February 25, 6:00 to 9:00 p.m.
Location: USI, University Center East, Room 2217-2218
Registration Fee: $99, for an individual or for two registering together and sharing materials

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PROTECTING WEALTH
BUS671

As you build wealth, it's important to have a plan in place to protect what you've saved. Your plan should include the following: emergency fund, insurance, estate planning and beneficiaries.

Date and Time: Thursday, March 24, 6:00 to 9:00 p.m.
Location: USI, University Center East, Room 2217-2218
Registration Fee: $99 for an individual or for two registering together and sharing materials

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FITNESS/AQUATICS/RECREATION


WATER AEROBICS                                              
FIT334-A-B

Research says one half-hour of water walking equals two hours of land walking without the stress on the body.  High-intensity but low-impact water exercises will be used to raise your heart rate and improve your cardiovascular condition.  Swimming skills are not required.

Instructor: Rena Schleter, USI
Dates and Time: 
FIT334A: Four Mondays and four Wednesdays, March 28 through April 20,
5:00 to 5:50 p.m.
FIT334B: Four Mondays and four Wednesdays, March 28 through April 20,
6:00 to 6:50 p.m.
Location: USI, Physical Activities Center, Pool
Registration Fee: $48

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SWIMMING FOR BOYS AND GIRLS (Ages 6 to 14)

FIT340-341

Children ages six to twelve will have an opportunity to develop a wide variety of aquatic skills as well as fundamental strokes, and to receive American Red Cross water safety certification in one of the following areas: Water Exploration, Primary Skills, Stroke Readiness, Stroke Development, Stroke Refinement, and Skill Proficiency.

Dates and Times:
FIT340: Seven Wednesdays, January 20 through March 2, 5:10 to 5:55 p.m.

FIT341: Seven Wednesdays, January 20 through March 2, 6:45 to 7:30 p.m.
Location: USI Physical Activities Center, Pool
Registration Fee: $45

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PRESCHOOL SWIMMING (ages 3-5)
FIT300-301

Water safety and water adjustment are emphasized in this program, along with development of gross motor skills. Parents are invited to get in the water with their children after discussion with the chief instructor.
Dates and Times:
FIT300: Seven Wednesdays, January 20 through March 2, 4:30 to 5:00 p.m.
FIT301: Seven Wednesdays, January 20 through March 2, 6:05 to 6:35 p.m.
Location: USI Physical Activities Center, Pool
Registration Fee: $40

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COLLEGE READINESS


GETTING READY FOR THE SAT
GRADES 9-12
                                                                                       
Cut the SAT Reasoning Test down to size by developing strategies for standardized test taking, identifying study priorities, and working practice questions. Hands-on experience will give students practice with topics covered in the SAT and give students confidence for test day. This course will cover material from the current SAT as well as the new SAT which will begin in the spring of 2016. Register for ACA400 and ACA401 together for a special fee of $120.


MATH SKILLS FOR THE SAT
ACA401A-401B

Emphasis will be on test taking skills, rules pertaining to calculators and solving problems from algebra and geometry. Students should bring a calculator.

Instructor: Mike Wheaton, math teacher, Mt. Vernon Senior High School
Dates and Times: 
ACA401A: Saturday, February 27, 9:00 a.m. through 3:00 p.m.
ACA401B: Saturday, April 23, 9:00 a.m. through 3:00 p.m.
Location: USI Education Center, Room 1126
Registration Fee: $65, includes lunch

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VERBAL SKILLS FOR THE SAT
ACA400A-B

The course will provide skills, tips, and interactive practice in short answer selections, critical reading comprehension and essay pointers.

Instructor: Tammy Vick, English teacher, Central High School
Dates and Times:
400A: Saturday, February 20, 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
400B: Saturday, April 16, 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Location: USI, Education Center, Room 1126
Registration Fee: $65, includes lunch

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COLLEGE ACHIEVEMENT PROGRAM



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The University of Southern Indiana’s College Achievement Program (CAP) offers concurrent credit to outstanding junior and senior students in more than two dozen area high schools. Through CAP, students meet high school graduation requirements and earn college credits, all while in their high school classroom during the regular school day. CAP courses are taught by high school instructors who meet the same criteria as USI adjunct faculty, and more than 40 courses in English, history, biology, chemistry, economics, foreign language, health professions, journalism, and math are available. Many of the CAP courses transfer easily utilizing the Indiana Core Transfer Library (CTL). More than half of CAP courses are on the dual credit priority list, cost $25/credit hour, and fulfill the new state standards for the Academic Honors Diploma. The College Achievement Program is one of only five concurrent enrollment programs in Indiana accredited by the National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships (NACEP) and one of 90+ accredited programs in the nation. Visit the CAP website to learn more about the college courses offered in your area high school, USI.edu/cap or, email cap@usi.edu for further information.


 YOUTH PROGRAMS


PRESCHOOL SWIMMING (Ages 3 to 5)
FIT300-301

Water Safety and water adjustment are emphasized in this program, along with development of gross motor skills. Parents are invited to get in the water with their children after discussion with the chief instructor.

Dates and Time:
FIT300: Seven Wednesdays, January 20 through March 2, 4:30 to 5:00 p.m.
FIT301: Seven Wednesdays, January 20 through March 2, 6:05 to 6:35 p.m.
Location: USI Physical Activities Center, Pool
Registration Fee: $40

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SWIMMING FOR BOYS AND GIRLS (Ages 6 to 12)
FIT340-341

Children ages six to twelve will have an opportunity to develop a wide variety of aquatic skills as well as fundamental strokes, and to receive American Red Cross water safety certification in one of the following areas: Water Exploration, Primary Skills, Stroke Readiness, Stroke Development, Stroke Refinement, and Skill Proficiency.

Dates and Times:
FIT340: Seven Wednesdays, January 20 through March 2, 5:10 to 5:55 p.m.
FIT341: Seven Wednesdays, January 20 through March 2, 6:45 to 7:30 p.m.
Location: USI Physical Activities Center, Pool
Registration Fee: $45

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COMPUTER COURSES


EXCEL 2010 LEVEL I
CIS130

Two sessions will be dedicated to understanding spreadsheets, their purpose, their functionality, and the following tasks; creating a spreadsheet, entering data, modifying data, entering a formula, adjusting cells, formatting cells, and spreadsheets, creating a table, and printing and saving spreadsheets.

Dates and Time: two Wednesdays, April 20 and 27, 6:00 to 9:00 p.m.
Location: USI University Center East, Room 2229
Registration Fee: $109

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EXCEL 2010 LEVEL II   
CIS231

Two sessions will be dedicated to learning the following Excel tasks: protecting spreadsheets, inserting formulas/functions, creating charts and using them in Word, formatting charts, adding comments, naming a range, finding/replacing data, sorting and filtering data, and inserting images, shapes and SmartArt.

Dates and Time: two Wednesdays, May 4 and 11, 6:00 to 9:00 p.m.
Location: USI University Center East, Room 2229
Registration Fee: $129

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EXCEL 2010 LEVEL III
CIS331

Two sessions will be dedicated to learning the following Excel Tasks: protecting spreadsheets, inserting formulas/functions, creating charts and using them in Word, formatting charts, adding comments, naming a range, finding replacing data, sorting and filtering data, and inserting images, shapes, and SmartArt.

Date and Time: two Wednesdays, May 18 and 25, 6:00 to 9:00 p.m.
Location: USI, University Center East, Room 2229
Registration Fee: $139

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INTERNET NAVIGATION LEVEL I
CIS113

Participants will learn the history and terminology of the Internet. They will be exposed to several different browsers and perform numerous searches.

Instructor: Mark Soper
Date and Time: Wednesday, March 16, 6:00 to 9:00 p.m.
Location: USI, University Center East, Room 2229
Registration Fee: $59

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MICROSOFT WORD BUSINESS APPLICATIONS LEVEL II
CIS221

During two sessions, participants will learn to adjust default settings, use bullets and numbering, find/replace text and other editing tools, create tables, insert images and shapes and create templates. Keyboard shortcuts will be introduced as well.

Instructor: Mark Soper
Date and Time: two Wednesdays, April 6 and 13, 6:00 to 9:00 p.m.
Location: USI, University Center East, Room 2229
Registration Fee: $129

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MICROSOFT WORD FOR THE BEGINNER LEVEL I CIS120  

During two sessions, participants will learn to create, open, modify, save, and print documents. Participants will become familiar with Word's functionality via the quick access toolbar and ribbon.

Instructor: Mark Soper
Dates and Times: 2 Wednesdays, March 23 and 30, 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.

Location: USI, University Center East, Room 2229
Registration Fee: $109

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