Online Training @ Duke
Looking for a complement to instructor-led training or cost effective just-in-time learning opportunities? Try online training.
1. lynda Online Training Tutorials: Access many online tutorials in computer-related topics such as Microsoft Office, Adobe, video editing, computer programming, web design, database design and more. Visit the lynda Online Training Page to get started.
2. Qualtrics University: Duke offers a Web-based tool for creating and conducting online surveys called Qualtrics. Take advantage of online tutorials and help documentation available to you at no cost through Qualtrics University: http://www.qualtrics.com/university/ For information about Qualtrics at Duke including a Quick Start Guide visit: http://oit.duke.edu/vvw/web_multimedia/web/survey/qualtrics.php.
3. Microsoft E-Learning Courses: As part of Duke's license agreement with Microsoft Duke students, staff and faculty can access free E-Learning courses from Microsoft.com. Tutorials include applications such as Word, Excel, Project, Outlook, PowerPoint and systems such as Windows XP and Windows Vista. For information to access these tutorials, go to the Microsoft Online Training Page. (Note: These tutorials can only be accessed using Internet Explorer on Windows.)
4. Global Knowledge offers free business training webinars for IT Professionals. Go here: http://www.globalknowledge.com/training/ for more details! Also, check out our IT Pro Page for information about Duke's Global Knowledge discount and how to view available in-person & online courses.
5. Other Online Training Opportunities: Visit the Learn IT Online Wiki for a list of training links and software tutorials (including OIT Site-Licensed Software Tutorials.) Know of other resources we should add to list list, let us know by emailing email@example.com.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about getting started or would like to request a departmental overview/brown bag. Tell us your online training story! You just might be selected to be featured on our website or in an article (e.g. Working @ Duke or DukeToday).