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Summer training opportunities

The relatively quiet summer quarter is underway at Stanford, and many folks are in the process of updating their websites for the coming academic year. Stanford is offering excellent new training opportunities to learn about essential tools, including Drupal, for website owners! There are courses to interest everyone, and now's the time to sign up.

Courses include:

  • Drupal for Novices
  • Drupal for Content Editors
  • Drupal for Site Managers
  • Google Analytics
  • CSS3: From the Beginning
  • HTML5: Getting Started
  • MailChimp
  • Git and Github Workshop
  • jQuery: The JavaScript Framework for Anyone
  • node.js: JavaScript Without the Browser
  • Be Agile: Introduction to Scrum
  • and more...

Many of these are part of the seventh annual Techie Festival. For a discounted rate of just $150 per class, learn from the experts on a wide range of topics, including several for web professionals at every level.

How to sign up for courses and webinars

Visit Technology Training's upcoming courses schedule to sign up for regular courses and webinars, or visit the Techie Festival website to see a full schedule of special discounted courses. Use those STAP funds before they expire!

Explore something new through lynda.com

Lynda.com is an Online Video Training Library with over 3,600 courses and nearly 150,000 individual videos (average of 25 courses added weekly). It is available at no charge, anytime, anywhere, and at your own pace to SLAC and University faculty, benefits-eligible staff, and students. Find out more at http://lynda.stanford.edu, or stop by the Tech Briefing led by Laurie Burruss from lynda.com on July 17 from 1-2:30 pm in Turing Auditorium. More details available at https://itservices.stanford.edu/service/techtraining/techbriefings.

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