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  • Adobe Acrobat DC: Essential Training


    This comprehensive course covers the most important things you need to know to create, edit, format, and share PDF...

    This course is on LinkedIn Learning. Register for a free account first using your university log in details.

    This link is available for staff and students only.

  • Copyright for Creatives: Protecting Your Work


    In this course, Von Glitschka dives into the subject of copyrights, sharing key information that you need to know ...

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    Create a Notebook in OneNote


    Get up and running quickly with this OneNote Quick Start. Learn how to create a notebook, open a notebook, and swi...

    Create a Presentation in PowerPoint


    Watch and learn how to create a PowerPoint presentation, add/format text, and add pictures, shapes, and/or charts....

    Create a Publication in Publisher


    Get up and running quickly on Publisher with this Quick Start.

  • Database Foundations: Data Structures


    This course focuses on seven core concepts: data types, designing a normalized database, identifying rows with pri...

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  • Database Foundations: Intro to Databases


    What is a database? How can you build one? Do you want to learn more? In this course, database expert Adam Wilbert...

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    Digital Literacies: Essential Elements


    Dr. Doug Belshaw is a Researcher/Analyst at JISC Advance, where he researches and advises on issues around open ed...