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Lynda.com is an online training resource partner of the University of Florida. Lynda.com’s library has over 5,000 courses, lectures and tutorials covering a wide range of general topics and software skill development.   An incredible resource for faculty, staff and students, all materials are free and available 24/7. Log in below.  

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 Microsoft Imagine Academy training.

The University of Florida has partnered with Microsoft to provide free Microsoft Imagine Academy training.

Learn about Windows 10, Powerpoint, Outlook, Excel, SharePoint, Visual Studio and more.

New learners, follow the link below to complete the registration form.


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Access to curriculum is good through April 30 of each calendar year, at which time, you may request an extension by contacting the UF Computing Help Desk at 352-392-4357, select option 3 or by email at learning-support@ufl.edu.

Returning learners, log in here using the Office 365 option.

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SLURM Submission Scripts
Learn how to write SLURM submission scripts for use with HiPerGator 2.0.
SLURM Scripts for MPI Jobs
Learn how to schedule MPI jobs on HiPerGator.
Running MATLAB on HiPerGator
Learn to use the MATLAB GUI, compile code and submit jobs to run on the cluster.
Running Graphical applications on HiPerGator with Xpra
Learn how to set up and connect to Xpra.
Check the accessibility of your e-Learning course and learn how to correct the most common errors using the UDOIT tool. The result: improved course design for all learners.