Document Design for Effective Communication Using Google Docs
Effective document design can be the difference between your message getting across to your audience or simply getting lost on your audience. Whether you are creating correspondence, procedures, team communication, project reports, term papers or other documentation, different formatting techniques for fonts and paragraphs can make integral pieces of your document catch your reader’s attention. Utilizing Styles can help organize your document, as well as using headers and footers. Did you want your first page to look different or not have a page number? That’s possible! You can also organize your list data using bullets or tables. So many possibilities! Come to this workshop to learn more!
Target audience: Anyone looking to create visually appealing documents that communicate effectively to a wide range of audiences or purposes. This workshop will focus solely on Google Docs. Future workshops will address document design for Google Slides or Google Sheets.
Workshop length: 1 hour plus an additional half hour for open Q & A.
Workshop format: Instructor-led demonstration and lecture. Participants will be encouraged to participate hands-on by applying new skills and techniques on existing documents and ask questions. A handout will be provided.
Font and Paragraph formatting
Headers and footers
First-page different headers and footers
Dealing with versions
At the completion of this productivity workshop, participants will have been given tools and best practices for designing more effective communication using Google Docs that they can then apply to their own communication.
Thursday, March 15, 2018 at 1:30pm to 3:00pm
Case-Geyer Library, Digital Learning Media Center (DLMC)
Case-Geyer Library, 13 Oak Dr, Hamilton, NY 13346, USA