Free Workshops for Faculty and Staff

This spring, and this spring only, UITS IT Training is offering our workshops to faculty and staff for no charge!

That’s right, instructor-led UITS IT Training workshops covering various topics are free for university faculty and staff this spring 2012.

This is a pilot program to assess the demand for barrier-free training for IU faculty and staff. So, if there is a workshop that you’ve been wanting to take, but couldn’t spare the extra cash, let us know by signing up for that workshop today!

Have you always been wanting to learn how to use Photoshop so you can advance your photography hobby? Have you wanted to better your skills in Excel to make your workday less stressful? Have you been wanting to explore different ways to program a computer? Now is your chance to learn these things, and more, for FREE!

Along with signing up for our workshops for free, you can request a special session of one of our workshops to be taught to your group or class for free. Visit our special request page to see more details and to request a workshop.

We are excited to offer these workshops to IU faculty and staff for free and hope you are just as excited to attend them!

If you have any questions, feel free to leave them in the comment section of this post.


  1. Ben Bond

    You have a small typo in the first sentence of your fourth paragraph. It’s quite funny as written, so you may not want to change it.

    • Tom Mason

      Ha! Thanks for point that out, Ben. I read through it and it all seemed good and that’s a typo that spell check won’t find ๐Ÿ™‚

      As much as I would have liked to keep it for hilarity’s sake, I changed it so it reads as I intended, not as I wrote.

  2. L. Pence

    I’m so excited by this opportunity! Thank you for making the workshops more accessible. Now, if only UITS would offer Javascript/jQuery and PHP workshops my world would be complete. Looking forward to this spring…

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