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iCIT offers software training, documentation, and other resources for UW-Whitewater faculty and staff, with a focus on software used in administrative offices throughout campus, including Windows XP and Windows 7 programs (Microsoft Office 2007, and 2010, Adobe Acrobat 9, and X Pro), Mac OS X Snow Leopard and Lion applications (Microsoft Office 2011 for Mac), as well as various specialized web-based services: WebEx (UW-Whitewater virtual/web meeting solution); Google Docs (file storage, sharing, and collaborative editing for students and campus community); and an introduction to social media (Twitter and Facebook) for campus offices.

iCIT also presents TechQuest, a D2L-based campus technology overview for new, transfer, and readmitted students, and summer technology overview for new faculty & academic staff.

Information, training, and support for technologies used for instructional purposes on campus (for example, D2L, or Clickers), is available from the Learning Technology Center (LTC).

LIVE, HANDS-ON WORKSHOPS (for Faculty & Staff)

For faculty and staff members who like to learn new software skills through hands-on experience and immediate feedback, hands-on workshops might be the perfect solution. These small-group workshops (with 4-5 participants) take 1-1.5 hour, depending on the topic, and are conducted at iCIT's new Training Center, in McGraw Hall, rm.112 (see more info. and access map), by experienced instructors. The atmosphere tends to be relaxed and informal, making these workshops an ideal environment for getting to know, and trying out new software, or for exploring the best solutions that address specific individual and departmental needs. Live workshops often focus on introductory-level skills, and cover the current versions of popular software used on campus, including Microsoft Office 2010 for Windows, Adobe Acrobat X, and WebEx.

AVAILABILITY: Hands-on workshops are free and open to UW-Whitewater faculty and staff (not open to students at this time). Because seating is limited, advance registration is required. Hands on workshops are usually scheduled in the first half of the fall semester and the second half of the spring semester. Additional sessions are added, depending on demand. The schedule and sign-up information can be found at (requires a Net-ID login).


iCIT offers software consulting and training for departments and other University units on campus. Our consulting services help departments, other administrative units, and work-groups on campus find the best software and hardware solutions that meet their specific needs. We offer training sessions with customized content, and schedules that match specific requests. If you would like to schedule a customized, small-group software consulting or training for your department, administrative unit, or work group please contact the iCIT Technology Advancement & Training Coordinator, at


If you have any comments, suggestions, or questions about iCIT software training, contact the Technology Advancement and Training Coordinator at x5954, or

This page last updated on January 26, 2012 (GJ).