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Current IT Workshops and Classes

Schedule of instructor-led workshops and classes

This article applies to: Training


Instructor-led workshops and classes are offered on a variety of topics, including Office 2019 (Access, Excel, OneNote, Outlook, PowerPoint, Visio, and Word), SharePoint Online, and Adobe Creative Cloud (Captivate, Dreamweaver, InDesign, Illustrator, and Photoshop). IT professional technical courses on networking, security, coding, virtualization, website development, and more are also available.

Have a question? Want to set up a customized training session? Find out if a certain class will be offered? Reserve the Maple Training Lab or IT Training Mobile Lab? Contact workshop-info@cornell.edu

Ongoing

Linux Academy 40 seats available on a rotating basis; No Fee

Free online training is available 24/7 through LinkedIn Learning and Skillsoft.

July 2021

RSRCH-CISER 3001 Introduction to Atlas.Ti July 28; 1:30pm-4pm; via Zoom; No Fee

Virtual Technology and Online Learning 101 July 29; 9am-10am; via Zoom; No Fee

RSRCH-CISER 5001 Introduction to R Markdown July 29; 1:30pm-4pm; via Zoom; No Fee

August 2021

Web Accessibility for Content Contributors Aug. 2; 1pm-4pm; via Zoom; No Fee

Excel Basics Aug. 19; 8am-Noon; via Zoom; $105

Excel Charts, Pivot Tables, Formulas & Functions Aug. 19; 12:30pm-4:30pm; via Zoom; $105

September 2021

Web Accessibility Testing Workshop Sept. 13; 1pm-4pm; via Zoom; No Fee

Experience Cornell Content Entry Training Sept. 21; 10am-11am; via Zoom; No Fee

SQL Querying Fundamentals - Part 2 Sept. 27; 8:30am-4:30pm; via Zoom; $535

October 2021

Web Accessibility for Content Contributors Oct. 4; 1pm-4pm; via Zoom; No Fee

Experience Cornell Content Entry Training Oct. 21; 10am-11am; via Zoom; No Fee

November 2021

Experience Cornell Content Entry Training Nov. 16; 10am-11am; via Zoom; No Fee

December 2021

Experience Cornell Content Entry Training Dec. 14; 10am-11am; via Zoom; No Fee

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