The OIT offers technical training opportunities for faculty, staff, and students through a variety of training options. For more information contact the Training office by phone (574) 631-7227 or via email at email@example.com.
DiscoverIT provides a current list of all scheduled offerings. Below you can find this semester's calendar. All regularly scheduled classes are free for faculty and students.
Class Registration in eNDeavor
To register for an offering, login to eNDeavor with your NetID and password and select Catalog from the Learning menu. See eNDeavor Quick Start Guide for step-by-step instructions for registration and cancellation functions.
The OIT provides Quick Reference Guides for some commonly used applications like Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Drive and Box, as well as some productivity applications like Adobe Photoshop and InDesign, and some select Microsoft Word and Excel functions.
The OIT has a limited number of premium licenses for the lynda.com online training site. These licenses, available for $12 each, provide access to the lynda.com site until June 30, 2017. They are individual licenses (i.e., to be used by one person only and not to be shared within a department), and give access to all of the 4500+ courses on the training site as well as access to the accompanying exercise files.
In addition to our scheduled instructor-led classes, OIT Training also provides special request training options. There may be a charge associated with special request training. This training includes:
- One-on-one and small group technology instruction
- Guest instruction in faculty classrooms when students need technology training
- Other alternatives designed to meet your teaching and learning or administrative needs
Contact the Training office by phone at (574) 631-7227 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Two labs are available on a limited basis to Notre Dame groups for training activities in which the OIT is not directly involved. See the Campus Use of OIT Training Labs page for information about reserving and using these labs.
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