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IT Training Certificate Series–Updated

Earning a certificate from IT Training is a great way to enhance your skills in areas like Microsoft Office, web development, and creating graphics.   Office 2016 is here, so we’ve updated some of the series workshops (note major changes to the Access series). The process is the same. You take a series of related IT… Read more »

Use Twitter as a Learning Tool

Depending on how you use it, Twitter can be an incredible time-waster or a useful resource.  Because you’re reading this blog, I assume you’re interested in learning about technology. Why not use Twitter as a tool to further your learning? In this post, you’ll find a curated list of Twitter accounts that regularly share links to… Read more »

Start Building your Tech Skills Now

Life at IU is easier when you’re tech savvy. That’s where IT Training comes in. We’re offering workshops and webinars in August and September, so you can start taking advantage of the tech resources available to you before the semester gets too hectic. Here’s what we’ve got in store: Essential Resources Technology Resources for Students… Read more »

Web Accessibility Resources

                Web content accessibility is crucial for reaching the widest audience possible and is part of Indiana University’s commitment to equity and diversity. IT Training can show you what it means to be accessible, the laws and standards that govern web accessibility, and how to easily address some… Read more »

12 Free Courses from Adobe KnowHow

I just got an email from Adobe KnowHow about free courses available on popular programming languages.  When I went to investigate, I discovered that Adobe KnowHow is a learning platform providing training on various Adobe programs. While most of the courses on KnowHow are not free, there are 12 courses, including the Try an Hour… Read more »

Developing Departmental Websites at Indiana University

Congratulations! You made it! If you’re here, that can mean any number of things, but most likely you have inherited a departmental web site and are going to redesign it or you have been newly hired and are responsible for redesigning the department’s site. Where do you begin? If this sounds overwhelming, then you are… Read more »

Join us for the Statewide IT Training Pre-Conference September 28th

IT Training is holding a full day of free training on September 28th as part of the Statewide IT Conference. We’ll be offering training on SharePoint, Unicom, Microsoft Project, Digital Magazine Publishing, HTML5 and more. Also, participants that sign up for a full day of training will be served lunch, free of charge. You can… Read more »

Dreamweaver – 5 and a half glasses full

The CS5.5 version of Dreamweaver has significant additions and enhancements.  It will be well worth updating to the new version if you are doing any of the following: creating web pages to be viewed on multiple devices creating mobile applications for Android and/or iOS working with HTML 5 and CSS3 Scott Fegette, the Senior Product Manager for Dreamweaver,… Read more »

Web Standards Smackdown: XHTML2 vs. HTML5

Way back in July, the W3C (the governing organization of web standards) announced that it was not going to renew the charter of the XHTML2 working group. In non-bureaucracy speak, that means the W3C has stuffed XHTML2 standards development into a bottle and chucked it out to sea, where it will spend the rest of… Read more »