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Microsoft Office 365 Tutorials
Includes tutorials for Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, SharePoint, OneDrive, etc.
Microsoft Office Quick Start Guides
Quick start guides for Word, Excel Access, Outlook, Office 365, and more
Organizing Your Email
LibGuide with tips for organizing your email, using filters, making rules, etc.
Microsoft Word 2016 Productivity
Training on how to apply styles, use headers and templates, add images, and other tips to save you time.
Thiagi Group: Pages of icebreakers and activities
Session Lab: Pages of facilitation techniques and activities
Trainer Bubble: Free icebreakers
Hyper Island Toolbox: Energizers, self-leadership, and innovation, change, and team-building resources
Icebreakers.ws: 100 icebreaker activities
Everything You Need to Know to Improve Customer Service in Higher Education: Series of short videos from Academic Impressions
Customer Service in Higher Education: Finding a Middle Ground: Article by Ricky L. Boyd, University of South Carolina, 2012
Exceptional Front-Line Customer Service in Higher Education: slide show: Julie A Selander, University of Minnesota
Customer Service Is Not A Four-Letter Word ...: Article from Inside Higher Ed, by Deborah Maue, 2015
Don't forget that Professional Development Institute offers online courses for professional, leadership, and faculty development.
What is Professionlism? Article by Brooke Bassett, University of Missouri
10 Characteristics of Professionalism: from Chron by Chris Joseph; 2019
A Guide to Professionalism in the Workplace: from Glassdoor
Business Balls online learning: free courses to help you become more effective. There are modules for leadership, management, emotional intelligence, operations management, delivery management, and life skills.
Six Minutes: Speaking and Presentation Skills: Tips and tutorials for improving your presentation skills.
UA-PTC offers employees services through the UAMS Employee Assistance Program (EAP). If you need help with one of the issues below, contact EAP or the Human Resources office for more information.
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