Get Atomic computer skills with free UTS eTraining

As University Technology Services introduces new campaigns to improve the interactivity at FIU, it might be difficult to keep up with the changes in new software. Recently, UTS launched a new technology service available to faculty/staff and students that is sure to help users become more tech-savvy come the fall semester.

eTraining, a product of the partnership between FIU and Atomic Learning, brings nearly 40,000 free computer-related training sessions and tutorials right to your fingertips.

Through eTraining, users can watch training videos on topics ranging from quick tips in Microsoft Office to advanced lessons in Adobe Photoshop and everything in between. These tutorials may be accessed from just about anywhere this summer and are free of cost.

Visit the Division of Information Technology’s Web site to learn more.

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