If the idea of logging in to a supercomputer for the first time is daunting, the Supercomputing for Everyone Series offered by UITS Research Technologies may be just what you’re looking for.
Gain familiarity with building queries and using advanced functions.
Customize databases for your forms and reports
Learn how to define relationships and create relational queries
Take an intro to database terminology and relationship concepts
Add visual effects and animation to videos
Check out IU's cloud storage option and its collaboration features
Get a brief, student-focused overview of common Canvas activities
Gain comfort with teaching approaches and tools within Canvas
Discover how to use Microsoft Word's built-in tools to create an accessible syllabus.
Explore the Illustrator and Photoshop tools for creating web graphics
Learn how to make effective and engaging research posters
The National Center for Genome Analysis Support (NCGAS) offers this two-day workshop on HPC usage and de novo transcriptome assembly.
Learn surprising details about personal digital security and get the strategies you need
Work through Dreamweaver's process for making a simple web site.
Learn how to install digital certificates to digitally sign email
EndNote is citation management software. This title will describe how to use the tool.
Discover how PivotTables can simplify tasks and data analysis
Explore ways to automate actions by recording and storing macros
Focus on creating effective, accurate charts and templates
Delve into Excel's many features for sorting, filtering, and linking data
Increase your comfort with formatting text and numeric IUIE data
Work through essential skills like data entry, formulas, and functions
Have you used the WCMS at IU before? Are you new to Cascade CMS version 8? This document will show you how to find the basic tools and interface objects in the newly-redesigned Cascade CMS version 8.
Are you a new user to IU REDCap (Research Electronic Data Capture)? Do you need a refresher? Join us for this 90-minute workshop to learn how to use IU REDCap.
Delve into the process of requesting and structuring a site framework
Get started with Google apps and managing multiple accounts
Discover Google's collaborative space for groups and projects
Round out your skills with more techniques for creating page styles
Expand your knowledge by learning how to fully structure pages
Complete beginner training on reading and writing HTML and CSS
Gain familiarity with Adobe Illustrator tools and concepts
Delve in to InDesign, Adobe's page layout program
Move on to advanced InDesign features
A full-day workshop for those comfortable with basic UNIX/LINUX, and using Karst or a similar supercomputer, to become proficient in using MPI to solve parallel programing problems.
A full-day workshop on the basics of parallel programming on a supercomputer. Harness multiple processors using threads and message passing.
This workshop introduces IU faculty, staff, and students to high performance computing.
In this four-day workshop, learn about the Bioconductor Project and the basics of RStudio—data types, classes, objects, and more—and how to write and use a function.
Expand your software access by using IU's streaming service
Explore IU's digital learning materials and e-reading platform
Explore the most used web scripting language and its popular library
Extend your reach by creating, managing, and distributing media
Increase accessibility by adding, managing, and editing captions
Take advantage of IU's Office 365 apps for added mobility
Dig in to IU's app store for online services and key navigation
Get the most out of Outlook features to personalize your calendar
Turn your attention to organizing your inbox with advanced features
Get an introduction to basic page design principles and techniques
Gain hands-on experience with Adobe's image editing program.
Tap into this broad overview to create a professional presentation
Learn the basics of editing videos
Keep systems and services secure at IU (primarily for IT Pros)
Online resources to learn about Sharepoint.
Access job aids and tutorials for Student Information Services tasks
Building on what was covered in SQL: Data Retrieval, this title is intended for anyone wants to learn how to use SQL to add, update, and delete data.
SQL (Structured Query Language) is the standard programming language used for querying databases and answering questions about the data in databases.
Learn about SAS, R, and Matlab on HPC systems, including functions, submitting jobs, and setting environmental variables for performance boosts.
Learn the basics of using storage on IU’s supercomputing systems, including data lifecycles and types, moving data in and out of IU systems, and finish with hands-on experience.
This workshop introduces REDCap users to the survey feature.
Boost your defenses against email phishing schemes and other cyberattacks
Tap in to IU's most valuable tech resources for increased productivity
Turnitin is a tool that helps instructors improve writing and prevent plagiarism.
Get started using Duo at IU for two-step login security
Learn about IU Cloud Storage options and what you can do with them
Go from little to no experience to being functional with UNIX/LINUX in a supercomputing environment.
Dig into Word's most popular formatting and organization features
Learn a common markup language for storing and exchanging information.
Transition to using Zoom for online meetings and collaboration
Get an intro to key features of IU's new online conference tool
Zotero is citation management software. This title includes a short overview of the tool.