Demonstrations available for upgraded online learning system

PULLMAN, Wash. – A recent upgrade to the online training system for Washington State University employees has made it more intuitive and user-friendly. In addition, courses and resources are accessible on mobile devices.

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Employees are invited to register for a live demonstration. Some are general overviews for end users; they explain how to search for resources, add them to a learning plan, track progress and view training records. Find dates and times at$27414:_ss_ilt:scwsu/ilt_wsu_ITUSR_305.

Other sessions are designed specifically for managers; these demonstrate how to locate resources, assign them to employees and manage an expanded report function. Find dates and times at$27413:_ss_ilt:scwsu/ilt_wsu_ITUSR_304.

Departmental training overviews also are available; please make a request at


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