This workshop is for beginners wanting to learn some tips to help make online learning easier to navigate. We will demonstrate how to log in and navigate many of the free online learning options available to active Faculty, Staff, and Students. Platforms such as CULearn, eCornell, Skillsoft, LinkedIn Learning, Microsoft, Adobe, and Edx will be covered with time for questions as we go along.
This 1-hour course introduces participants to web accessibility initiatives and practices at Cornell. It introduces Cornell’s main web accessibility policy, Policy 5.12, and Cornell web accessibility team. It them moves on to give an overview of the responsibilities different members of the Cornell community have for ensuring that websites and applications are and remain accessible.
Jupyter is the most common Python interface used by researchers. Cloud computing providers, like Amazon and Google, offer their own Jupyter-alike interfaces. This lecture provides an overview of the JupyterLab interface and cloud-based derivatives. It is designed to familiarize new users with common Jupyter-like interfaces, features and best practices.