At IU, what self-study training options are available through IT Training?
At Indiana University, IT Training offers online technology-based self-study options for students, faculty, and staff.
Lynda.com: Lynda.com includes over
1700 video-based eLearning courses on Adobe Creative Suite
applications, Microsoft Office, web design, multimedia, Mac
applications, programming, and more. IU students, faculty, and staff
statewide can take advantage of no-fee access to the entire lynda.com
eLearning library, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
SkillSoft eLearning courses: Choose from more
than 2,500 online computer training courses. Topics include desktop
applications, databases and programming, networking and
server administration, project management, and leadership. For more,
eLearning and Books 24x7.
Microsoft Desktop eLearning courses: Access this
collection of courses and reference materials on Microsoft Office and
Windows. Materials are free for IU students, faculty, and staff. For
more, see About Microsoft Desktop eLearning Courses or visit Microsoft
IT Training workshop materials: IT Training
offers hands-on workshop materials and exercise files. To order these
materials for self-study, under
"Self-Paced Learning" at Compare
Training Options, click
Note: Materials are given to all workshop participants; you do not need to order materials for any workshop you plan to attend.
Exercise files: Many IT Training
workshops make use of exercise files. For links to all of the exercise
files available for download, see Download
Materials and Exercise Files.
- IT Training Tips: The IT Training Tips Blog provides coverage of various IU services and IT concepts.
Last modified on April 11, 2013.