Information Technology will be hosting unified communications workshops for faculty and staff Tuesday, Sept. 19, and Wednesday, Sept. 27, at 11 a.m. in Drinko Library and Information Center Room 402, highlighting an improved phone interface that will be updated Oct. 1.
Attendees will learn how Skype for Business (SFB) integrates all of our communication needs by combining desk phones, Microsoft Outlook, instant messaging and videoconferencing for collaboration both on and off-campus.
This workshop will focus on reviewing current features and highlighting upcoming software releases for the Polycom VVX 600 phones, Skype for Business and the SFB Mobile App, as well as how to utilize all of the Unified Communication solutions to increase productivity and improve connectivity and collaboration.
Marshall University Information Technology is pleased to continue sponsoring access to Lynda Campus for faculty, staff and students. This service provides the university community with quick and easy access to the extensive online library of Lynda.com, covering in-depth training on a variety of essential computer skills.
Spring isn’t just a good time for cleaning; it’s also a great time to brush up on your technology skills. Whether you’re seeking proficiencies related to your operating system, how to better manage projects or something fun like photography using your iPhone, Lynda.com has the training to help! MUIT has highlighted a few Lynda.com videos below or search the library of more than 6,000 courses to start learning something new today.
Marshall University Information Technology provides access to Lynda Campus for ALL students, faculty and staff. This service provides the university community with quick and easy access to the extensive online library of Lynda.com.
This training library includes in-depth training on a variety of essential computer skills including the basics and advanced features for Microsoft Windows 10 and Apple Mac OS X as well as all of the core productivity tools of Microsoft Office, WordPress, SharePoint, Adobe Acrobat DC, Photoshop, Illustrator and more.
To take advantage of this free training, visit Lynda.marshall.edu and sign in using your MUNet Account username and password. This can be accessed both on and off-campus.
Benefits to using lynda.com include:
Unlimited access to courses on a wide variety of technologies and disciplines
Up-to-date content to keep skills current and to learn new skills
New courses added every week
Tutorials taught by recognized industry experts
Access to instructors’ exercise files to follow along as you learn
Closed captioning and searchable, time-coded transcripts
Beginner to advanced courses
The option to watch complete courses or bite-size videos as you need them