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OPENOFFICE.ORG AND LINUX DESKTOP TRAINING PROGRAMME

by umcced last modified Oct 12, 2010 04:21 PM

University of Malaya

Oct 12, 2010 03:25 PM

Oct 19, 2010 03:25 PM

INTRODUCTION

As the awareness in the benefits of Open Source Software (OSS) increases, so does the demand to implement OSS. The rapid expansion of OSS implementation will lead to an exponential number of skilled personnel who require various OSS skills. The need to build OSS skills is not only from the public sector but also from the private sector. As the government leads the way in OSS adoption, the rest of Malaysia have also shown keen interest to implement OSS in their workplace in order to reduce licensed software usage which involves high cost. The OSS usage relatively leads to expenses saving in the long term.

In line with Malaysian Public Sector Master Plan which is launched on 16 April 2004 to build and develop OSS usage in improving the quality and effectiveness of public sector services, UMCCed with full support from the Malaysian Administrative Modernisation and Management Planning Unit (MAMPU) is offering OSS training programmes as below:

 

BENEFIT

Upon compLeted this training course, participants are able to:

1.            use openOffice.org and Linux Desktop in their daily tasks.

2.            create and manage large, complex word processing projects.

3.            help their organisation to reduce license expenses in the long term.

 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

1.      Those who need to support implementation of Openoffice.org on Linux or MS Windows.

2.      Anyone who will create and manage large, complex word processing projects.

 

DATE

19-21 October 2010 (9.00 am – 5.00pm)

 

COURSE CONTENT

Sesion 1

Introduction of Linux Desktop

Sesion 2

Introduction of Openoffice and  Writer

Sesion 3

Openoffice Calculator

Sesion 4

Openoffice Impress

 

 

 

 



Azman

azman@um.edu.my

03-26173114

Government

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