IT Training at McGill Prepared by: Alexandre Gauthier ICS-Arts
IT Courseshttp://knowledgebase.mcgill.ca/article.asp?article=2241&p=4 Course Descriptions: • Banner courses:Banner Introduction (GEN300)Banner Finance courses (FIS)Banner Human Resources courses (HRIS)Banner Student Information System (SIS) • iCare Computer Clinics:Computing safety clinicConnectivity @ McGill • Office Productivity Tools courses:Transition to MS Office 2007 MS Outlook Email and Calendar workshopsPresent (Time Management System) for Administrators HEATCrystal ReportsCallCenter@nywhere • Campus Security TrainingLenel Area Access Manager TrainingLenel ID Carding Workshop • Teaching & Learning Technologies Workshops for Instructors:Teaching & Learning Technologies workshops (including myCourses)Student Response System (clicker) workshops for Instructors • Web Publishing System courses:McGill Web Publishing Software • Special requests for additional training sessions:If your department would like a training session for a group (min. 5) we can have an instructor come to your location. Contact the ICS Training Coordinator at: 514-398-4610 or send an email .
Microsoft E-Learning courseshttp://knowledgebase.mcgill.ca/article.asp?article=2905&p=4 Microsoft E-Learning for applications Please follow the instruction in the following Knowledge Base article. http://knowledgebase.mcgill.ca/article.asp?article=2905&p=4
Microsoft Office Onlinehttp://knowledgebase.mcgill.ca/article.asp?article=2998&p=4 • Online CoursesMicrosoft online courses offer beginner’s training for Office 2007 applications. The online learning environment includes tutorials, activities, and demos. Also, there is no need to sign up for an account with Microsoft in order to get access to the online courses. Click on a link below for a list of online courses pertaining to that application: • Word Online Courses • Excel Online Courses • PowerPoint Online Courses • Access Online Courses • Outlook Online Courses • Interactive Reference GuidesIn addition to their online courses Microsoft has designed interactive reference guides to help you locate commands in Office 2007. If you know where the command(s) is in Office 2003, these interactive guides will show you where it is in the new Office version. Click on a link below to find the Office 2007 commands for that application: • Word • Excel • PowerPoint • Access • Outlook
McGill IT Knowledge Basehttp://www.mcgill.ca/it www.mcgill.ca/it • This website is a one-stop shop for all IT services, designed for the entire McGill Community • Search the Knowledge Base • Index of IT services • Events, Announcements • How to’s example: Recover deleted items from the McGill network http://knowledgebase.mcgill.ca/article.asp?article=1897&p=4
ICS - Self-Serve Training Videoshttp://knowledgebase.mcgill.ca/article.asp?article=2944&p=4 • Personal Network File StorageSet up Windows Vista WebDav to access your personal network file storage off-campus Set up a Windows XP WebDav to access your personal network file storage off-campus Set up Mac OS 10.4 WebDav to access your personal network file storage off-campusVirtual Private Network (VPN)How to set up VPN for Windows VistaHow to set up VPN for Windows XPHow to set up VPN for Mac 10.3 and 10.4How to set up VPN for Mac 10.5WirelessHow to set up wireless for Windows Vista How to set up Wireless for Windows XPHow to set up wireless for Mac 10.4 and higherEmailChange your McGill Email Address delivery destinationMS Outlook 2007How to set up calendar sharing How to set up an email distribution listHow to set up email rulesHow to create an email signatureMS Outlook 2003How to set up calendar sharingHow to set up an email distribution listHow to set up email rulesHow to create an email signatureAntispamHow to add and block senders with McGill's antispam quarantine systemHow to opt-in/opt-out of McGill's antispam quarantine systemHow to unsubscribe/subscribe to the digest email of McGill's antispam systemSoftwareHow to view McGill's site licensed software availability
Additional information • Staff: Obtain supervisor approvalWe strongly recommend that any staff pursuing online training offered through ICS should discuss the time requirements with their supervisors to ensure adequate time will be allotted for completion of all the available material. This will ensure the greatest potential for training success and increase the employee's effective use of his or her time.