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In-person & online technology training opportunities for University of Minnesota students, faculty, & staff
View a list of courses - Instructor-led seminars, hands-on classes, and informal, small group discussions.
Lynda.com, a library of online training videos, is available at no cost to current U of M students, faculty, and staff.
We can deliver any of our current course offerings to your group.
Student technology peer tutors are available to provide one-on-one assistance to help students develop technical skills they might need to complete course assignments. Technology peer tutoring is available specifically for Excel, Adobe Creative Suite (Illustrator, InDesign & Photoshop), and presentation software (Google presentations, Keynote, & PowerPoint) through the Tech Stop locations in Coffman, Blegen, and Coffey Hall.
For more information, see Student Technology Peer Tutoring.
Are you eager to start moving an existing website or building a new website in Drupal? To help you get started, we have created an online course that provides an overview of steps you can take now. Topics include:
For more information, see Drupal Training.
Is it hard to get away from your desk to attend training? We offer some of our courses live, online via a virtual classroom. Topics this fall include:
To learn more and to view a complete list, go to Live Online Courses.