Training sessions aim at easing navigation of student administrative system
Upcoming drop-in sessions offer tricks and tips and provide hands-on experience to familiarize users with some basic operations for using the new student administrative system.
“The training will focus on the basic navigation features that might not be intuitive to some people in hopes of making them more comfortable with the system,” says Rick Palmer, project manager of the Queen’s University Administrative Systems Replacement student team.
Some of the training topics include:
• Cutting and pasting information in PeopleSoft;
• Setting user defaults and setting favourites;
• Managing web browser windows and tabs.
Participants will have access to a computer to practice what they learn during the drop-in sessions. They can also pose general PeopleSoft questions to training specialist Tony Lavecchia.
The drop-in sessions will take place Friday, June 3 in Nicol Room 321. There are three time slots: 8:30 am to 10 am, 10:30 am to noon, and 1 pm to 2:30 pm. There are 30 computers in the training room and participation is on a first come, first served basis.
If you have questions contact Mr. Lavecchia by email or at ext. 79354.