Technology Coaching

Do you need to learn how to use a particular software application and you’re not sure where to turn? Well, you are in the right place! The EHE Technology Coaching area offers training opportunities on various technology tools used by faculty and staff in the college, such as WordPress, MS Office, lecture capture and many more.

How Do I Get Started?

If you're eligible to use this service, simply contact the OIT Service Desk.

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What's Included

Technology training is offered in the form of written documentation, short instructional videos, one-on-one consultations by our staff, and facilitator-led group workshops. Some training opportunities can be delivered online by request. Also, if a department or group needs a custom workshop, we can work with you to deliver it to your group. We also maintain a collection of technology training materials. This collection is updated regularly.

Blog, Training Resources, and Workshops

The Technology Coaching area maintains a web presence to provide the EHE family with updates about technology tools, training opportunities, and training materials. The collection of training materials includes text-based and video based materials - some of which were created by our OIT staff. We also add materials from the OSU ODEE and other places. We are always adding materials, so please check back frequently for updates!

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There is no cost to use this service.


This service is available to active EHE faculty and staff members.

Special Considerations

  • Depending on the complexity, custom training materials and workshops may take up to several weeks to be delivered. Please contact us for a consultation if you have specialized training requests.
  • There are many technology training opportunities offered by different areas across the University. In order to avoid duplicating effort, our staff may refer you to ODEE/DigitalFirst for training on technology tools licensed by the University, such as Carmen, CarmenConnect, or MediaSite (lecture capture).