www.kznrott.org.za Review:



Home - The KwaZulu-Natal Regional Office of Technology Transfer (KZNR-OTT) is an office funded by the National Intellectual Property Management Office (NIPMO) to support technology transfer in four tertiary institutions in the province of KwaZulu-Natal, namely: University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN), Mangosuthu University of Technology (MUT), University of Zululand (UZ) and the Durban University of Technology (DUT) (the “Regional Institutions”). The KZNROTT supports the Regional Institutions to identify, protect and commercialise intellectual property that emanate from research and development.

Country:, Africa, ZA

City: 24 , South Africa

  • Phil O. - Patiently, clearly explained, in nice small segments

    A person working on Excel for the very first time might try something like Professor Teaches Excel 2010, which walks through at an extremely basic "type in this, now push enter button," etc. level for the very simplest starter uses of it. In any event, let me wholeheartedly recommend this set. The instructor is obviously deeply knowledgeable and has carefully thought through which details to explain. He goes beyond simple "do this" instruction to help us understand why a certain feature is that way, the benefits and uses of it. Also he advises of pitfalls and gives practical tips, for example, your co-worker with another version of Excel may see this, so you can do this or that, etc. This makes us effective in real everyday collaborating environments. I love the short segments that allow me to make progress every day, at my own rate, with a clear sense of what matters I have covered. This format helps me engage more and progress more steadily than a typical printed manual does.

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