ITS Connect: December 2019
Learn more about the new and updated content added to the ITS Help Center, as well as useful online tutorials with LinkedIn Learning.
New and Updated Content in the ITS Help Center
Need to quickly search for answers and information related to ITS issues? The ITS Self-Help Center knowledge base continues to grow with new informational content, step-by-step instructions, and frequently asked questions being added on a regular basis.
To search for quick answers and helpful content, visit the Self-Help Center webpage.
Can’t find what you’re looking for, or have other feedback? Please suggest a topic or leave a comment via the ITS feedback form.
Online Tutorials with LinkedIn Learning
ITS is pleased to share a recommended list of video tutorials offered through LinkedIn Learning for convenient, self-paced learning. Faculty and staff members can view collections (formerly called "playlists" in Lynda.com) from their computer or mobile device, at any time and from anywhere.
Notable newly-added collections:
To access the shared collections, please click on the respective shareable links above. You will be prompted to sign in to LinkedIn Learning. You can also save individual courses or videos within a collection to your own profile, which allows you to easily access them without the need for the shareable link.
For more detailed steps and additional information, please review our LinkedIn Learning Shared Collections article.
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