Rock Your Profile is a program LinkedIn offers to educate members on profile best practices, showcasing skills development from LinkedIn Learning, and how to connect to opportunity using the LinkedIn platform. The Hegi Family Career Development Center and Office of Information Technology will be hosting this unique event to get students up-and-running with their LinkedIn profile. Continue reading Learn to Rock Your Profile on September 19!
In this edition of IT Connect Highlights, we shine the light on articles you may have missed over the summer. Today, we showcase classroom improvements, new online and in-person training opportunities, plus much more. Continue reading IT Connect Highlights: Back to School Edition 2019
This summer, the Hegi Career Center and IT Training partnered to develop the Foundations for Career Development. This online course, conceptualized by Crystal Clayton, Executive Director of SMU’s Hegi Family Development center, provides the foundation for success in a student’s search for employment and is now accepting registrations. Continue reading New Foundations for Career Development Online Course Available
Earlier this year, IT Training collaborated with the Registrar’s office to ensure that all employees who are responsible for managing their academic scheduling had access to just-in-time training for Course Catalog and Schedule of Classes.
Previously, this training was only offered 2-3 times a year which proved problematic schedule-wise for both the trainee and the training department. The team’s vision was to make resources available whenever the scheduler needed it, as scheduling responsibilities occur only a few times a year, and not tied to times when the trainer, room schedules, and scheduler availability aligned. Continue reading Course Catalog & Schedule of Classes Online Training Now Available
OIT’s Academic Technology Services offers several training opportunities for SMU faculty throughout the year. This fall, they will be offering several sessions on using Canvas LMS, an introduction to Microsoft Teams, helpful tips on using academic tools, and even an open lab to get all of your questions answered. Except for those offered through Zoom, no registration is required and walk-ins welcome.
Continue reading Academic Technologies Offers New Training This Fall