MSU IT Technology Training is now available as online training at the SpartansLearn website. There the MSU community and IT staff can find tutorials and step-by-step directions for technology tools used by the university.
Also on SpartansLearn are links to different training and development opportunities from various on and off campus partners.
New Horizons Classes
MSU partners with New Horizons to provide a wide range of technical training, desktop applications, ITIL training, and programming language courses for MSU employees and departments. You will find a wide variety of business and technology classes in the New Horizons Training Portal for MSU. (EBS no longer offers New Horizons course registrations.)
You can use Educational Assistance funds if available, a departmental credit card, or a personal credit/debit card as payment. Please review the updated registration process for New Horizons offerings.
Online Live sessions can be taken at any of the New Horizons office locations in Lansing, Grand Rapids, Detroit, Livonia, or Troy and offer dual monitors for viewing the course materials and virtual system. While you will still have a live online instructor for the Online Live sessions, it may be convenient and conducive to learning to participate from a location with less distractions (e.g., conference room, home office). You will receive specific login information in two to three days upon registration.
The Lansing location of New Horizons is located at 1146 South Washington Ave. (corner of Washington Ave. and South Street), Suite A-B Lansing, MI 48910.
HR and MSU IT sponsor MSU elevateU, an e-learning tool that can be accessed from the convenience of your computer at no charge as part of our ongoing commitment to continuing MSU employee development.
To access elevateU, log into EBS, select “My Career & Training,” and then click “elevateU.”
Deque University Accessibility Training
MSU has negotiated a discounted price for the individual courses that are part of Deque University. You can pay for Deque training using Educational Assistance or by department charge. Individual classes are $33 each.
Deque University offers online, self-paced accessibility training. Deque’s web accessibility curriculum covers the full range of topics, with classes designed for faculty, web developers, QA testers, project/program administrators, and other content creators.
To sign up for classes, complete this request form. Once you register for a course you will have until the end of our contract complete the training, which is July 31, 2018. See more at the MSU Web Accessibility site for more information on accessibility training and workshop opportunities.
Ingham County residents with a valid Capital Area District Libraries Card (CADL) can use their CADL library card for a free Lynda.com membership.
You can also request a free trial CADL card good for 21 days of electronic services or visit Lynda.com for a free 10-day trial.