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OIT Training Information

April Training Calendar

The OIT training calendar is the place to go to find and register for computer training. To sign up for a training class, select a class date from the calendar then select the sign up link within the class description. You will be required to log in with your UAUsername/Password
 

Online Training Opportunities

OIT's Training & Development Group wants to make you aware of several self-service training options that may be useful, including:

Atomic Learning -- 

atomic.alaska.edu

-- This site contains online software training video tutorials.  These tutorials are highly focused in topic and range between 1 and 3 minutes in length.

Lynda.com -- 

library.uaf.edu/ad-lynda

-- This site contains online software training video tutorials. Lynda.com's videos are longer and provide greater in-depth information


OIT's website
--

alaska.edu/oit

-- The OIT website contains up-to-the-minute information about outages, services and events, along with self-service technical support options.

Drop-in Training

Remember that you can drop by our office in 319B Bunnell if you need some one-on-one help or have a question; we also are willing to train a group from your office as well.  And of course there are our usual Friday drop-in hours of 1-2 p.m. for Google Apps-iTunesU-Podcasting help, Blackboard (the current version or the scheduled new version)  from 2-4 p.m. in 319B Bunnell and TOAD-Roxen from 2-4 p.m. in Butrovich 104.

At the very least if you're not sure what the best approach is or exactly what your training needs are, call the Support Center (x8300) and they can initiate a help desk request ticket. 

As always, you can give us a call or send us an email

Chris Beks - cgbeks@alaska.edu - x6796
Gary Bender - gabender@alaska.edu - x6573
Cara Brunk - cbrunk@alaska.edu - x8385
Martin Miller - msmiller@alaska.edu - x8304

HR Training Calendar

Professional development events for April and May include Administrative Professionals Recognition Day at UA, April 26, 2012 and Wednesday Webinars.  More information follows below:  

Administrative Professionals Recognition Day  

Administrative Professionals Week (April 22-28, 2012) calls attention to the important workplace role of administrative professionals. In recognition of the dedicated and hardworking administrative professionals at the University of Alaska, various events are scheduled on Thursday, April 26, 2012,  8:00 a.m. – 3:45 p.m.  SCHEDULE

Registration is not required except for WIN Alaska Chair Massages.  Register at the following link:  Register Now!  Available to UA Health Plan eligible employees only. Spaces fill up fast.  If you have questions about registering or setting up an account, please contact WIN toll-free at 866-248-0797.


Wednesday Webinars

If you only have 40-45 minutes to spare, check out the Wednesday Webinar schedule for May through June 2012.

Lifelong Learning for Professional Success and Personal Enjoyment

May 2, 2012    Register for 11-12 p.m. AKST
 
How to Make a Habit Out of Success
June 6, 2012    Register for 11-12 p.m. AKST
  
Tools for Managing Chaos
June 20, 2012    Register for 11-12 p.m. AKST


Webinar registration is directly with the Training & Consulting division of ComPsych Corporation.  Registrants will receive a confirmation email upon registration and a reminder email with instructions for accessing the webinar approximately 24 hours prior to the webinar. 

The webinars are generally 45 minutes in length and are open to University of Alaska employees system-wide.  There are no fees to attend.  If the webinar takes place during the UA employee’s work hours, as with any training event, supervisory approval should be obtained to ensure proper departmental coverage.  Employees may join these webinars from any computer. You will be connected to audio using your computer's microphone and speakers.  If you do not have computer speakers, an optional telephone number will be provided.  NOTE: The telephone number provided by ComPsych will NOT be a toll-free number as was the case in prior webinars.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact Anne Sakumoto at anne.sakumoto@alaska.edu  (907) 786-1432 or Phillip Weathersby at pweathersby@compsych.com  (888) 628-4902, extension 1629. 

 

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