Contact Shelley Schafer at 554.4357 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or to schedule training.
IS provides Technology Training for UNO faculty, staff and students. We will create training programs specific to the needs of the department. Faculty can also tailor a course to meet the needs of their students.
Faculty can request training for students in such programs as myBlackboard, myMail (Lotus Notes e-mail), myFolder (web based storage) or Microsoft Office products. Technology training for smaller classes can be arranged in a hands-on computer lab, while larger classes can be done as a demonstration in your classroom. Contact Shelley Schafer at 554.4357 to to arrange this training.
IS provides a series of regularly scheduled training sessions on myBlackboard, a course management system using Blackboard software. All UNO courses are provided a space within myBlackboard for the faculty to utilize to teach their courses. This web-based program allows for the quick and easy dissemination of information to students, provides an on-line testing feature, an online Gradebook, and provides several communication tools. The dates for this training can also be found on the Academic Partnership for Instruction (API) calendar.
Several times a year our trainers schedule Drop-In sessions for any faculy or staff to stop by our offices in EAB 104 and Ask a question. Faculty and staff will be notified of these sessions in advance through eNotes.
Like to learn on your own or just need a little refresher? Visit the Self Help Resources on the API site for a list of a variety of self help resources that we have both developed and collected for your use.
Information Services is happy to set up departmental technology training on a variety of computer programs. We offer training for Blackboard, myMail, myFolder, Microsoft Office, and Web Templates. A minimum of five people is necessary to schedule departmental training.
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