Workshop:  Access Basics*

Course ID - CTD0120

Short Title:  Access Basics*

Course ID, Short  title or Reference #  (see table) can be used to find and register for this course in Odyssey. 

Audience:        All Employees
Total Time:      8 hours    (one full day or two half days)
Prerequisite     None

Description:

This workshop will offer beginning level instruction in this Windows database program.  Participants will learn how to open and close a database, identify Access features and elements, use online help, create a database, create a table, add and delete fields, insert, delete and edit records, find and sort records and create queries.  

* Approved CT&D Workshop for Faculty Professional Development hours.

Objectives

  As a result of successful completion of the workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Open and close an existing database
  • Create a table
  • Add and delete fields and records
  • Find and sort records
  • Create queries

* Note about :  Office 2007    In addition, to the objectives stated above, participants in the Office 2007 workshops will be able to:

  • Identify and see how to use some of the new features in Office 2007
    Describe how to use the Tabs and Ribbons

  • Describe how to share documents with non-Office 2007 users.

To Register for Current  Sessions -

Go to the CTD Registration and Schedule page.  https://wape.mdc.edu/CTDRegistration/default.aspx

Enter CTD0120 in Course ID 

Click SEARCH

Click the Reference Number for the Current Workshop

Click  Add Class to  Shopping Cart
Click the Go to Register button  (under Shopping Cart)
Click Register for All Workshops in Cart (bottom of screen)

Login Information

 

*AFTER You Register

Login Information
Pay attention to login instructions !    You will be able to begin/log-in to your workshop a day AFTER you register (within the workshop dates).

Login to https://mycourses.mdc.edu  with your regular user name and password.   (ex. jsmith)    Click the CTD0120-  Reference# to enter the course, then follow the instructions in the course. If you need assistance accessing the course, contact Eddy Martinez at eddy.martinez@mdc.edu