Technology Training Program
The Information Technology Division is committed to providing high-quality training and documentation on the software and services we provide to members of the Lewis & Clark Community. There are a number of options available including workshops, on-demand video training, helpsheets, and more. Hopefully one of these will fit your needs.
IT provides support at a variety of levels, on a designated list of software. Don’t know what software IT supports? It might be useful to check out IT’s Supported Software List.
- Computer Training Workshops: Covering a wide-range of topics, these one to two-hour sessions are offered at various times throughout the semester. Have a look at the schedule and look over the course descriptions. Once you’ve digested all the information, let us know what course(s) you’re interested in by sending electronic mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or use the online registration form.
- Lynda.com: We are now offering online training available through lynda.com. Lynda.com offers over nine hundred online workshops. These video-based online tutorials cover both basic and more in-depth topics. For a complete listing, visit lynda.com. We have five licenses that will will check out for a week at a time. To check out a license, send an email to email@example.com and let us know when we should reserve a license for you.
- Faculty Technology Institute: An annual series of workshops held in May geared toward technology Faculty can use in and out of the classroom. Individual workshops are designed to meet a variety of interests and levels of expertise. Each year we bring back popular sessions geared towards every-day technology, working with digital media, and Moodle. We fill the rest of the schedule with sessions on emerging technologies or current hot topics at L&C.
- Staff Development Days: Information Technology and Human Resources team up to present three days of professional development for all Lewis & Clark College staff members. Classes will be offered in a range of topics selected for their pertinence to L&C staff. Sessions will run for an hour and fifteen minutes each, starting at 9AM and breaking for lunch at 12:00PM. The same schedule of classes will occur in the afternoon starting at 1PM and ending at 4:00PM.