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INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICES

Training

Center for Teaching and Learning: Resources for Faculty
Center for Teaching and Learning: Resources for TAs
Online Training for Stanford
lynda.com ($300/yr, reimbursed through STAP funds) — High quality training with over 640 software and design topics, with a library of over 40,000 video tutorials. Topics include Adobe CS4, Acrobat 9, Office 2007, Drupal, Perl, PHP and more, presented in a self-paced video format.
Books 24x7 / Safari Tech Books (free) — Offered through Stanford University Libraries (SULAIR) at no cost, there are more than 14,000 books on computing and information tehnology from nearly 150 publishers. These publishers include O'Reilly (1,200 titles), Addison-Wesley Professional, Microsoft Press, Peachpit Press, Prentice Hall, Que, Wiley, and more.
Technology Training Web Site
The IT Services Technology Training web site provides information about and registration instructions for the hands-on IT training classes offered on campus in their facilities.
Tech Briefings
Tech Briefings are informal, interactive seminars on computer-related topics of interest to the Stanford community. These sessions are intended for power users and those with IT responsibilities, but are open to everyone: faculty, staff, and students. No registration is required.
Training By Appointment
Available to the entire Stanford community, the TBA program matches you with an expert instructor for a one-on-one tutorial. You choose your own learning objectives for the 90-minute training appointment, which can be in your office or ours. Use your own documents, spreadsheets, presentations, databases, or web pages to learn how to troubleshoot them. Fees are based on 90-minute sessions and can be covered by STAP, department, or Hospital Tuition Assistance funds.

Also of Interest

Axess for Faculty
Continuing Studies
Coursework
Library Instruction, Workshops, and Tours
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