Training and Documentation is responsible for keeping Marshall students, faculty, and staff current on the software and technology employed at Marshall. To that end, we provide workshops, documents, and videos. Our documents and videos can be found by using the links to the left and our workshop schedule is available by clicking the link below. For inquiries regarding our services, please contact Wayne Wilmeth
, Training and Documentation Specialist.
In-Class Instructor Led Workshops
Marshall provides workshops throughout the fall and spring semesters that are free to all Marshall students, faculty, and staff. These workshops are led by an instructor and typically take place in one of Marshall's computer labs. Software for this round includes Excel, PowerPoint, and Access.
To view the schedule and sign-up for email reminders, click the link in the box below.
Workshops Recordings (Approximately 90 Minutes Each)
Below are links to workshops we have recorded so far. As we record more workshops we will add them to the list. Please note that these workshops are unedited and most only capture what appears on the computer screen and audio.
Excel Beginning (Recorded on 10/9/2015)
Excel Intermediate (Recorded on 10/5/2015)
Excel Databases and Pivot Tables (Recorded on 10/5/2015)
Excel Charts and Conditional Formatting (Recorded on 10/2/2015)
Excel Finanical Functions (Recorded on 10/9/2015)
For most systems used or workshops taught at Marshall we have created instructions. Use the menu to the left to locate the documentation you require. If you have any questions or concerns regarding the documentation, please feel free to contact me
, USC provides free online video training to all USC students, faculty, and staff. To log in, use your username and USC password.
Special Request Workshops
Special Request workshops are also available to classes, clubs, organizations, and various programs & offices at Marshall. In the past instructors have arranged for in-class workshops covering such applications as Excel, PowerPoint, Qualtrics, and Expressions Web. Please note however that there are a few limitations as to what I am able to provide. Special request workshops must utilize an application available at Marshall and for new topics, I must have the time and background necessary to adequately learn the material. Further, there must be a large enough current and future audience to justify the time necessary to prepare a new workshop.