You think you’re ready for the semester, then classes start, and you realize you need to study smarter. Sound familiar?
For help, go to Learning.IU, a new website that provides resources on how to study smarter, grow professionally, stay healthy, find tech, and more. Learning.IU will continue to share your stories and provide helpful information to help you succeed.
LinkedIn Learning is available at no additional charge
You have access to LinkedIn Learning, featuring more than 15,000 expert-led, on-demand learning courses and videos. Expand and improve your business, technology, and creative skills on your schedule, from any device, anywhere.
Access LinkedIn Learning via One.IU—use your IU Login credentials to log in.
Connect with employers at the Women’s Networking Reception with Employers hosted by the Center of Excellence for Women & Technology.
Whether you’re in the market for a job, internship, or just hoping to better understand job market opportunities, all interested women students of any major are encouraged to apply to attend the September 22 event on the Bloomington campus.
Deadline approaching for Google data storage decision
Due to changes coming to Google storage by the end of 2022, people with Google at IU My Drive accounts using over 5 GB of storage and Google Shared Drive owners must complete migration forms by September 21. If you don’t submit a form, your data will be administratively moved.
GrubHub accepts CrimsonCash as payment, giving you access to 300,000+ restaurants in 4,000+ U.S. cities.
You will receive Grubhub+ for free once you affiliate your CrimsonCard with your IU campus and add it as a payment option. This means no delivery fees on orders of $12+. Select ‘I want in!’ when asked about Grubhub+ and your account will be activated.
If you’re interested in digital literacy, join colleagues from across IU at the Digital Gardener Summit, Friday, October 7, at IUPUI. The Summit will highlight the work being done on IU campuses and provide opportunities for conversations about how to prepare students for an increasingly digital world.
The “Getting started with IT Training webinar” series is back. Learn how to use your new favorite applications from the experts. These short sessions are designed to get you started with an application and point you to resources to continue learning.