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Courses available at lynda.usask.ca

Posted in Did you Know?, General IT Training on January 14, 2015 by

Access lynda.usask.ca  for thousands of online videos with topics that include:

Business:

  • Body Language for Leaders
  • Going Paperless: Start to Finish
  • Up and Running with Samsung Galaxy Note 4

Web and Web Design:

  • jQuery Essential Training
  • Illustrator CC for Web Design: Core Concepts

Office:

  • Access Essential Training
  • Excel Pivot Tables in Depth

Video

  • After Effects Tips and Techniques: Rendering and Exporting

Where do I go from here? Help for new users of MS Office 2007/2010

Posted in General IT Training on February 13, 2012 by

Have you recently upgraded from MS Office 2003 to Office 2007 or 2010? Are you left wondering why you ever upgraded in the first place? Can’t find any of your favourite commands? Does it take you an hour to do something that used to take you 15 minutes, tops?
If any of these problems sound familiar, ITS Training Services can help!
We offer a variety of classes from Access to Word, whether you just need a refresher or want to start learning an application from scratch, we have a class that will suit your needs!
ITS also offers at hand custom training for those who have specific training needs!

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Time to Learn Some HTML

Posted in General IT Training on October 3, 2011 by

HTML, Hyper Text Markup Language, is a simple computer mark-up language that powers many of the pages on the internet. If you are building pages for the web with templates, blogs, BlackBoard Learn, Dreamweaver or any other web application software, find out what goes on behind the scenes. Training Services has a 3 hour workshop designed to provide you with some basic familiarity with the HTML language and to dispel the apprehensiveness people have when approaching “raw” HTML code. It will provide you with some troubleshooting skills and tools you can use when tackling problems in web pages generated with commercial HTML editors.
See our website offering for more information. Best of all, it is FREE for U of S faculty, staff and students!

Help Yourself

Posted in General IT Training on September 6, 2011 by

Help Yourself to anyone of our videos. These are available on YouTube by searching for ITSTraining. Videos on Wikis, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Course Tools are listed so sit back, and watch. All of our Training Courses listed on the Training Website contain the top ten resources our instructors find useful. Simply select a course name, and the list is visible within the course description area. We are continually adding to and updating each course so check back there often.

Sharepoint

Posted in General IT Training on August 2, 2011 by

It’s almost here! Announcing SharePoint 2010, the industry standard for collaborative enterprises – coming to the U of S this fall. Be the first to discover just what SharePoint can do for you! Check out our ITS Training site under “Office Applications” for the SharePoint Introduction and click Notify Me. Offering dates will be posted soon.

Outlook: Sorting and Grouping Tips

Posted in General IT Training on May 11, 2011 by

There is a lot you can do with the sorting feature in Outlook. You probably already know that you can sort your Inbox or another message folder in a multitude of ways by clicking on the appropriate header, such as Received or From. This can be so helpful when you are looking for a message from a particular sender, or if you want to keep your inbox in order by the dates you received the emails. You can sort your contacts, tasks and other Outlook items as well.

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PowerPoint – Sharing Specific Slides with Others

Posted in General IT Training on February 3, 2011 by

When completing a slide show you might have to show your slides to several reviewers for selected slides. Very few people need to see all the slides ahead of the presentation, so here is a way to share specific slides. More …

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Boost Your Productivity in 2010

Posted in General IT Training on January 7, 2010 by

It is a new year, a fresh start and time to brush up on your skills. Training Services can help!
Many software users know how to use a program, but most do not know how to use it efficiently. Providing expertise over a broad range of software applications, the staff at Training Services can help you maximize your time spent in an application.
Starting with introductory courses and working in the advanced, participants can choose the appropriate level at which to start.
Visit the Training Services website for a list of current course offerings:
http://training.usask.ca

Learn something before Christmas!

Posted in General IT Training on November 26, 2009 by

As the first semester draws to a close, Training Services continues to offer a wide variety of classes. If your brain has any room left, we would be more than happy to have you register for additional classes.
Check out our website for a complete listing of classes. Offerings for the new year are already being added!
https://taurus.usask.ca/courses/currentofferings.cfm
Specifically for students, IT4U workshops will still be available for the next few weeks. If you have some time between exams, check out our schedule. Current software workshops cover topics ranging from PowerPoint presentations to Holiday Cards in Photoshop. It’s guaranteed to be fun and informative! Oh yes, it’s a FREE service.
https://taurus.usask.ca/courses/currentofferings.cfm
Happy Holidays and good luck on your exams!!
Questions??
its_training@usask.ca

Ushering in 2009

Posted in General IT Training on January 6, 2009 by

As of January 5, regular session classes have resumed. With that, Training Services has also started 2009 offerings.
The training schedule for the next few months is taking shape and many classes are filling with participants. If you are interested in course offerings, or to find out more about Training Services, please visit our website at: http://training.usask.ca
A special thank you to all those who supported and attended training in 2008. We look forward to continually serving your training needs in the upcoming year.