Introduction to Campus IT Training Resources
Learn more about current technologies and resources for your personal and professional development! We offer a variety of learning opportunities that span our computing services.
The campus technical training team provides online courses and other resources that all teach you how to use powerful tools such as Microsoft Teams and OneDrive for Business. Our workshops are presented by campus technical trainer Alex Hammes. Our videos are hosted by subject experts and each one teaches you how to best use these technologies with step-by-step tutorials and supplemental quick-start PDF guides. Explore the available resources at your own pace and learn how to enroll in an upcoming online course.
LinkedIn Learning: For always available, self-paced online learning training, particularly for independent and/or remote learners, try offerings via LinkedIn Learning. With thousands of on-demand courses, LinkedIn Learning provides all University of Iowa students, faculty, and staff access to industry experts on a variety of topics such as computer software, business skills, and more. See the LinkedIn Learning support page for support information and to log in to this service.
Video tutorials include:
- Web and graphic design
- Web and application development
- Microsoft Office products (Office 365, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.)
- Adobe Suite (Photoshop, InDesign, Acrobat, etc.)
- Organization and professional development
- And much, much more
Small group or 1 on 1: Extended Technical Support (ETS) provides technical support within most University departments. ETS currently employs technology consultants who facilitate support of a department’s information technology needs. For specially arranged 1:1 or small group face-to-face or virtual training through ETS, check to learn about departments utilizing ETS…we’re here to help you! The campus technical training team is also happy to develop customized training for your departments.
Consider OTLT Training: With a focus on teaching and learning, there might be some special training sessions that work well for staff.