There are various technical skills training programs offered on campus in the following areas: research techniques, software literacy, and online teaching.
Regenstein Library's TECHB@R offers training opportunities in citation management programs and database organization. Click here to view TECHB@R's upcoming events.
Led by facilitators from Software Carpentry, this workshop series focuses on the best concepts, tools, and techniques to use computers and software platforms productively in the context of graduate research. Topics include: Unix Shell, Python, version control, program design, testing, and data management. Click here for registration details.
IT Services offers recurring training programs for software programs ranging from basic to more complex. Click here to see the full range of training opportunities offerered, or click here for student focused workshops.
Lynda.com is an award-winning provider of computer skills tutorials. The lynda.com Online Training Library® includes more than 1,400 quality video-based e-learning courses. IT Services offers access to lynda.com at no charge to faculty, students, and staff for a 14-day reservation period. Click here to start your 14-day trial.
The Regenstein Library's TECHB@R offers training opportunities for instructors on how to manage and use Chalk effectively. Click here to view upcoming Chalk trainings.