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Microsoft eLearning Courses

Topics Covered Format Earn Certificates? Mentoring Available? Pretest / Post-test Available? Cost
Microsoft Windows, Office, Project, Lync, Sharepoint, Visio and more Videos X   X Free to students, faculty and staff from any IU campus (through IU’s site license with Microsoft)

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Log in to Microsoft eLearning Courses external link (Sign in using your Windows Live ID and password)

About Microsoft eLearning Courses

Microsoft offers online-based, self-paced elearning courses on Microsoft Windows, Office, Groove, InfoPath, Project, Lync, Sharepoint, and Visio. These courses are free to IU students, faculty and staff across the statewide Indiana University system. You can earn certificates by completing courses successfully.

Who can access the Microsoft eLearning courses?

Microsoft eLearning courses are available to IU students, faculty and staff as part of the IU campus agreement with Microsoft.

What is the price?

Free to students, faculty and staff from any IU campus (through IU’s site license with Microsoft).

What are the benefits of using Microsoft eLearning courses?

  • courses are available in multiple languages
  • you can print a certificate when you complete a course
  • a powerful search tool is available
  • references to reinforce learning and help you increase your productivity
  • will help you prepare for taking Microsoft Office Specialist certification exams

What are the technical requirements?

How do I get access to Microsoft eLearning courses?

  • Important note: Microsoft eLearning courses will soon be easier for IU community members to access through Office 365. We expect to have this available for you within the next 1-2 weeks. Contact us if you would like to be notified when it is ready. In the meantime, you can use the instructions below to gain access.
  • Download instructions (PDF)
  • The access code in the instructions must not be shared with anyone
  • You will need a Windows Live ID account to access this service; the procedure for creating an account is included in the instructions
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