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Seminar on environment

From: Skye Dillon <skye.dillon<-a>
Date: Wednesday, May 21, 2008
You've monitored the environment, now what? CPD seminar
29 October 2008
University College London

This practical seminar, presented by UCL Centre for Sustainable
Heritage, will help you deal with the backlog of environmental
monitoring data in an efficient and effective way. Museums,
galleries, archives and special libraries monitor the environment
regularly, but many find it difficult to analyse and interpret data
and to design solutions based on this information. This seminar is
intended for professionals with some relative humidity and
temperature monitoring experience, and who whish to streamline their
data.  Introductory knowledge of MS Excel will be useful for the
seminar practical.

During this seminar you will:

    Learn to analyse data and to select appropriate formats for
    reports and presentations

    Explore the options for data manipulation.

    Learn about manual and computerised data analysis.

    Understand the impact of different recipients of different forms
    of data presentation.

For more information contact:

    Skye Dillon
    Short Course Coordinator
    UCL Centre for Sustainable Heritage
    +44 20 7679 5903
    skye.dillon<-a t->ucl< . >ac< . >uk

Skye Dillon
Short Course Coordinator
UCL Centre for Sustainable Heritage
Bartlett School of Graduate Studies
(Torrington Place Site)
University College London
Gower Street
London WC1E 6BT


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