Let the learning begin. All UW-Whitewater staff, faculty and students now have access to LinkedIn Learning, which teaches the latest software, creative, and business skills through high-quality online instructional videos featuring recognized industry experts.
Explore a wide range of subjects from Microsoft Office (2013 and 2016), Adobe (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Etc) photography, 3D animation, music, and video to graphic design, project management, and web development. New courses are added every week.
Access the LinkedIn Learning library 24/7 from desktops, laptops, smartphones, or tablets. Use the LinkedIn Learning app for iPhone, iPad, or Android or log in via the LinkedIn Learning mobile site. Watch entire courses or single tutorial videos as needed, share course playlists, bookmark courses you'd like to watch, or use exercise files to follow along with the instruction as you learn, and much more.
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If you want to learn new technology skills, the ICIT Training and Advancement team has the answer. ICIT provides step-by-step documentation as well as hands-on-training for the latest academic software, applications, and systems for all UW-Whitewater employees, with a focus on the technology services used in administrative offices throughout campus.
Training sessions for the following are offered at no cost throughout the year:
You can easily view and register for classes at signup.uww.edu. Training on other widely-used campus software, applications, and systems is available upon request.
Custom consulting and training services are also available from ICIT for university departments across campus, at no cost. This service is aimed at helping your department find the best software solutions to meet your specific needs. Group training sessions can be customized to cover topics relevant to your team and to meet your schedule needs.
For more information on customized software training, please email us at email@example.com.
Monday - Friday, 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM
The ICIT Training Center is located right next to the LTC in McGraw Hall, Room 112, which is located on the first (middle) floor of McGraw.
For more info regarding the LTC, checkout their website, www.uww.edu/icit/ltc.