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Training Resources

The HSC has training opportunities and resources for faculty, staff and students. Most can be accessed using your HSC username and password.

Lynda.com

Available to faculty, staff and students.

The Lynda.com Training Library allows unrestricted web-based access to an entire library of instructional videos for HSC faculty, staff and students. You can create personal profiles, utilize bookmarking and obtain certificates of completion. Features include closed captioning and text transcripts.

Login to Lynda.com at lynda.tamhsc.edu. Note: It is important to close your browser after each session to ensure that your session is not left open and active.

CMS Training

Available to faculty, staff and student workers.

Access to the Content Management System, or CMS, allows content experts from their respective colleges and institutes to develop pages within our HSC websites. Training is done by HSC webmasters and Web Services.

  • The exercises are intended for eventual content providers, and must be approved by your supervisor.
  • You can register online. You’ll receive instructions and a notice of an upcoming training session.
  • Steps to complete CMS Training involve online modules, hands-on exercises and a post-exercise evaluation.

TrainTraq Courses

Available to faculty and staff.

Use Single Sign-On (SSO) through The Texas A&M University System to access free TrainTraq courses in the Course Catalog tab. You may take most courses, even if they haven’t been assigned to you.

Use the Find Classroom Training tab to see training courses offered through the System; some courses are offered for a fee while others are free. Click on the course you are interested in to find course information, associated fees and a registration link.

Note: You will need your UIN as well as your password, which may differ from your HSC password.

TAMU Library Resources

Available to faculty, staff and students.

The TAMU Library has many books and online resources HSC faculty, staff and students can access. Between Safari ebooks and NetLibrary, you’ll find most IT books that are in any bookstore.

Last edited by: tarpley 09/01/2014

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