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SFU Library: video training database available for free

April 05, 2013
Print is one of the best and broadest video training libraries on the internet — and it's now available to you for free through the SFU Library.

The SFU Library has an expanded subscription for with an unlimited number of users until 2015

The tutorials we'd recommend as useful for most graduate students:

  • business category: great tutorials on the Office suite, which will help you with your thesis writing, analyzing data in Excel (knowing how to use pivot tables will always be useful in almost any field), and other professional development courses
  • web + interactive category: wordpress courses, intro to LinkedIn, to help you build your online presence

New users will need to create a profile the first time they use After that, they will be able to create their own playlists and organize courses.

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