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In support of the University's Mission, Fordham IT Technology Training provides a wide range of services and resources to assist Faculty and Staff in their teaching, learning, research and administrative needs. Our goal is to provide training sessions to assist you with the use of the application software systems used by Fordham employees and faculty. If you want to master a skill or enhance existing skills, take advantage of our Gmail, Blackboard, Banner, Reporting, MS Office 2010, OnBase, SMART Board, and EndNote workshops. Course options include webinars, self-paced online courses and one-on-one training. Sessions are available on all campuses.

If you have suggestions for additional course offerings please contact Fordham IT Technology Training via email to:
  • Feb

    Introduction to WebFOCUS 8

    Tuesday, 11 February 2014 | 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

    This course will introduce you to Fordham University's new reporting environment WebFOCUS 8. It is a upgrade form the current version of WebFOCUS currently in use. You will be introduced to the new look and feel and guided on the use of additional functionality features when running reports such as Deferred processing "the ability to defer report processing to a convenient time" and Scheduled reporting "the ability to schedule reports for a designating delivery time" and more.

  • Feb

    Banner Finance Budget Training (RH)

    Wednesday, 26 February 2014 | 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM

    This workshop is designed for Fordham University budget managers that will utilize Banner Finance SSB. During this session, participants will learn how to access and interpret budget information in Banner. At the completion of this course, participants will be able to:
    1) Check available balances
    2) Identify and research Banner transactions
    3) Check base budget information
    4) Learn about tools associated with monitoring your budgets

    Course Prerequisites:
    1) This course is for Fordham University employees.
    2) Advanced registration is required.
    3) Session duration – 2 Hours

    Session will be held in Dealy E-205 on the RH campus.