IT Training

Our training program has been developed to support employee growth and offer professional enrichment opportunities by creating a continuous learning environment.

Training

We offer a variety of one-on-one and group training sessions to faculty and staff. Contact us to brush up on your computer skills or to get hands-on training for the most commonly used campus applications such as CMS, Microsoft Office and more. To schedule a training session, please contact Julie Brackeva-Phillips at julie.brackeva-phillips@scranton.edu.

Learn how to manage information through the Content Management System. Knowing how to manage the CMS is necessary to keep the University students, employees and community informed. 

CMS for Beginners

Class Objectives: You will be able to manage file uploads, create and manage pages, use links, format text and review page. All classes will be held in Hyland 402 and are limited to 10 people per session. 

Fall 2018 Sessions:

  • Monday, December 10 from 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.  CANCELLED

Online Resources

Catalog Link Creator

This tool has been developed to help in creating permanent links from department websites to the University Undergraduate catalog. You can use this tool to find or search for permanent links to the Undergraduate catalog. These links will remain the same from year to year, so you will not need to change or update them. Go to the Catalog Link Creator Page  

Please note: the Link Creator does not work to link items in the graduate catalog.

Learn how to use the desktop, icons, gadgets, and other Windows features. Work with pictures, text, folders and files. Classes are currently offered by request.

Class Objectives

You will be able to start a program, use accessories, switch among open windows, understand file structure and management, use the Recycle Bin, search for files, use web browsers, troubleshoot and use help.

Online Resources

Visit our IT Resources and Training course to access all of our training documentations and resources.

Learn the basics of Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. You will learn how to access Office 365 from your computer and the cloud. Office 365 is the University-wide system for email and calendar management. Classes are currently offered by request.

Objectives

You will be able to identify document parts, amanage and save files, format text, use bullets and tabs, add and design charts, sort information, plan out and build presentations. You will become familiar with the email and calendar options that Outlook offers.

Online Resources

Visit our IT Resources and Training course to access all of our training documentations and resources.