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The university provides its employees a wide variety of professional development opportunities from a number of different activities. Listed below are descriptions of the university units that offer professional development and training and a link to that unit’s web page. To find a subject of interest, we suggest that you review the description and then examine the unit’s web page:
The mission of the Biggio Center is to promote professional growth and
development for faculty, graduate teaching assistants, and administrative and
professional staff in the knowledge, techniques, and skills related to teaching
and learning. Additionally, the Center serves as a focal point for efforts to
enhance the development of a campus culture that prizes evidence-based teaching,
diversity, educational technology, and student centered learning.
Biggio Center Homepage
The objective of Human Resource Development is to provide programs which orient, train, and develop the employees of the university by improving the skills, knowledge, abilities, and competencies necessary for individual and organizational efficiency and productivity as well as personal career growth. Courses are offered on professional development (in the areas of teamwork, organizational commitment, customer/stakeholder focus, diversity commitment, leadership, effective supervision and effective communication), Office Administration Professional Development, Information Technology (desktop applications such as Word, Access, Excel and the University Administrative Systems), and Personal Growth Courses (e.g., Planning for Retirement, Healthy Eating, Preventing Identity Theft).
The Instructional Multimedia Group (IMG) is a university-wide unit dedicated to enhancing education at Auburn University. IMG’s mission is to respond to faculty needs in developing and maintaining high levels of teaching effectiveness through the intelligent and relevant use of educational technology. Courses are offered on Dreamweaver, Adobe Acrobat, WebCT, etc.
The mission of the Department of Risk Management and Safety is to protect Auburn University from financial, physical and employee losses, so that the university may pursue its mission of teaching, research and outreach. Courses are offered on various safety, health and environmental topics including Biological Safety, First Aid, Fire Safety, Hazardous Materials and Waste Management, Lab Safety, Occupational Safety, and Defensive Driving.Risk Management and Safety Homepage
Lynda.com eLearning Now Available FREE to AU Employees
OIT is pleased to announce that we have procured a site license for Lynda.com Online Training Library®! This site license provides all AU employees with unlimited access to this award-winning provider of video-based elearning courses on a variety of technology topics. To access Lynda.com, login to AU Access, click on the Employee Services tab and click on the Lynda.com channel and set up your personal profile. For additional information on Lynda.com please contact your IT provider or Barbara Cosby in OIT at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Human Resource Development offers various distance training programs to supplement instructor-led training offered in the traditional classroom. Some of the training, for example the courses offered through Skillsoft, a leading online training provider, is only delivered via the Internet; other training is blended, combining delivery via the University’s Intranet and in the classroom; still other options are synchronous, online delivery; and, finally, participation through CDs. To view the programs available through these options, go to this link:
Registration for courses offered by HRD, IMG, and Risk Management and Safety is available through Fast-Train, Auburn University’s online training management system.
AU is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer
Last Updated: November.21, 2013