Learning Paths

Presentations: A Learning Path

I need to create a presentation for one of my classes.  I used PowerPoint in high school, but I haven’t used the newest version. I’ve also heard that there are other good applications available for creating presentations. What courses or workshops would you recommend? Nearly ubiquitous in universities and on corporate computers, PowerPoint is one… Read more »

Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate: A Learning Path

I am interested in becoming a network or computer systems administrator, a computer network specialist, or a Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA). Does IT Training provide coursework that would help me reach this goal? Earning an MCSA: Windows Server 2012 certification qualifies you for a position as a systems administrator or computer network specialist, and… Read more »

Creating a Research Poster: A Learning Path

I need to assemble a research poster – how do I get started, and what programs can I use to make a poster?  And how do I make graphs to display my data? With programs like InDesign, Illustrator, and Microsoft Publisher, with a little help from Microsoft Excel, you can create an eye-catching poster to showcase… Read more »

Learning Paths: An Introduction

In the coming weeks and months, you will begin to see several posts titled “Learning Paths“. Our goal is to use these posts to illustrate the sequence of workshops, webinars, and other training resources we recommend to accomplish a particular goal. A learning path poses a question. For example: I need to create a presentation… 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 »