Listed below are links to self-paced, independent Web tutorials on databases, desktop publishing, graphics, Internet topics, programming, statistics, and word processing. NOTE: These tutorials are not produced by The University of Texas at Austin, and as such have not been evaluated or tested by ITS.
For students, faculty, and staff, Microsoft has made available online training in Microsoft Applications, Systems and Servers. Read the Official Microsoft E-Learning Web site to see the items that will be of interest to you.
For the applications and systems training, go to Microsoft E-Learning Courses.
Catalog for Applications, Servers, and Systems: E-Learning Catalog.
Interactive Office 2003 to Office 2007 command reference guides for the new user interface.
Tutorials from the School of Information at The University of Texas at Austin
Statistical Software Tutorials from the Division of Statistics and Scientific Computation
Other Educational Opportunities
Coordinated through the Analyst Training Program, weekly FYI Sessions offer campus developers at all levels an opportunity to learn what is going on with services and technology on campus. Although primarily focused on developers who work with the administrative systems and UT Direct in some way, Web developers and programmers who interact with central systems will also find sessions of interest. Sessions are announced weekly on the IT-Updates mailing list.
The state of Texas offers numerous resources for training, sometimes at low or no cost to state employees. Please consult their Web sites for details.
- Texas Department of Information Resources (DIR) Training
- Texas DIR Mailing Lists/Resources
- State Auditor's Office Training
- Texas Regional Infrastructure Security Conference (TRISC)
- Texas Association of State Systems for Computing and Communications (TASSCC)
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