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Another resource where students can get Microsoft tools free of charge.
Would you like to stay up-to-date with some of the most interesting and innovated new and emerging technologies? Of course! www.ted.com showcases presentations and talks on a wide variety of interests including technology. When you go to the sites main page, choose the technology link on the left. Enjoy!
Microsoft offers a wide variety of free templates for your use. Navigate to the main page for office templates and then enter a more specific search for what you are looking for. I have found quite a few IT project management templates that are easy to use.
Want some free training on MS Access, Excel, Word, PowerPoint? How about free training on MS Project, Visio, SharePoint, OneNote?
“Zoho provides a wide, integrated portfolio of rich online applications for businesses. With more than 20 different applications spanning Collaboration , Business and Productivity applications, Zoho helps businesses and organizations get work done. Our applications are delivered over the internet, requiring nothing but a browser. This means you can focus on your business and rely on us to maintain the servers and keep your data safe.”
-quoted from Zoho.com
Shane Ford, a recent CFCC graduate with a degree in Computer Information Technology was featured in the Wilmington Star News paper.
The Career and Testing Services division has a new online job board. This service is for currently enrolled students, graduates, and are employers. When logging into the site, click the Jobseeker Login and use your Campus Cruiser ID and password. Once you establish an account and post your resume, you can search for full and part-time employment on Career Connection.
To get started, follow the link below:
AcademicEarth.org provides free access to academic lectures from different professors and universities from around the nation on a variety of topics. The site offers detailed information related to the course or topic being covered in the lecture such as course syllabi, exam objectives, and additional course resources. Users can also subscribe to podcasts. Check it out. It is very cool.