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Information Technology Services provides the following technology training options for students, faculty, and staff.

Digital Media Literacy for Students  NEW!
The Digital Media Literacy program is an accelerated two-week, two credit J-Term course designed to immerse students in media project planning and management, digital equipment operation, field production and post-production techniques. Learn more

Free On-Line Training with
All Smith students, faculty, and staff have free access to over 1,500 on-line technology training classes provided by To start using your account, log on to the Smith portal, then click the link on the General tab.

Computing Orientation for Faculty and Staff
Upon request and as time permits, User Support staff members may be able to give new Smith staff or faculty members a basic introduction to computing at Smith. For more information, contact the User Support Center.

Note for Faculty

Smith College is a member of the New England Regional Computing (NERCOMP) and Educom Conferences, two professional organizations that offer regional and national programs for faculty development.





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