The CIT training program is dedicated to providing USF faculty and staff with the necessary tools to increase their proficiency and understanding of technology in today's classroom and office.We are the starting point for USF faculty, staff and students interested in improving their skills and effectiveness using computers and instructional technology.
Classroom instruction in the CIT labs
Visit our training calendar to view the training workshops offered through the CIT. Online class registration is required. Classes are hands-on and at different levels. All training materials are available online. The CIT labs are also available to USF instructors who want to hold classes or presentations where technology-based instruction is an integral part of the class. Questions or reservations about the CIT should be made to email@example.com. We appreciate it if you could complete our Feedback Form so that we can continually improve the training program.
Individual training is available to meet specific training needs where a class does not fulfill them. Interested persons can sign up for individual training via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
lynda.com Online Tutorial
lynda.com is available to ALL USF faculty, staff and students. lynda.com is a web-based technology tutorial service that the university has subscribed to in order to help individuals hone your technology skills. Hundreds of high-quality tutorials are available, including Microsoft Office, Adobe, Canvas, SPSS, and more. [IMPORTANT: Do not attempt to log in directly through the lynda.com website. This service is accessible through single sign-on in USFconnect.]
Project-based training is geared towards individuals in a department or combination of departments that want to work as a team to learn new software. The request for a project-based training session can be made to the CIT at email@example.com
Technology Certificate Program
The Technology Certificate Program is offered during the summer months and is designed to assist faculty and staff in meeting their technology goals. Completing a minimum of FIVE technology classes in one track along with a work-related project is required to complete the certificate program. Tracks include: Teaching and Learning with Technology, Design and Media, Office Productivity, eCommunications, and Online lynda.com. Certificates will be awarded to all participants who complete the program requirements prior to the start of the fall semester. [Learn more]