The CIT Computer Training Program has announced courses for its summer term, which is open for another month:
Seminars for Scientists
- Statistical Analysis of Microarray Data
- mAdb topics
- Genomatix, Phylogenetics series
- Structural Biology series
- AFNI Bootcamp
- SPSS 16.0—What’s New
- SAS 9.2—What’s New
- JMP Tips & Tricks
- JMP Genomics
- QVR (intro, intermediate and advanced)
- Introduction to Categorizing NIH Research with the Research Condition and Disease Categorization
- ITIL V3 Foundations—Overview
- ADM/Active Role
- NIH IT Enterprise Architecture
- Business Process Modeling
- Wiki Tutorial
- Home Networking Fundamentals
- Working from Home—Understand the Technologies
- Data Center Tours – Division of Computer System Services
- Spend a Day with the Help Desk
- 5 new sessions of Office 2007—What’s New
- BlackBerry Tips and Tricks
- Getting to Know Windows Vista
- Basic PC Skills for NIH
- Windows XP Tips and Tricks
- Windows XP and for System Administrators
- Meet Your PC—What’s Inside the Box
The training program has been updated and some of its processes have changed. For instance, after attending courses you will now receive completion certificates by email. Most CIT classes are free of charge to NIH staff. While NIH employees get first priority, contractors
are welcome to attend when space is available,
the class is related to their NIH work and they have approval from their NIH supervisor.
To obtain full course information, register for classes, join the CIT Training mailing list and check out your transcript or application status, visit http://training.cit.nih.gov.
Also, are you involved in an emerging field of interest or rolling out a new or updated program?
Contact CIT to help you share what you know with others.
Have questions or need information on renting computer classrooms? Contact CIT at (301) 594-6248 ext. 2 or CITTraining@mail.nih.gov.