Software Training and Resources

If you are trying to resolve an obscure computer issue or just want to expand your technological know-how, you can access several resources. LinkedIn Learning offers students, faculty, and staff access to tutorials on a variety of topics related to technology. Also, the Centennial Library provides an online database of technology books. Cedarville University Information Technology also provides technical training for Faculty and Staff via scheduled classroom training events held periodically throughout the year.

Linkedin Learning: Online Technology Video Tutorials

Visit the Linkedin Learning knowledge base article for sign up information, .

LinkedIn Learning offers online training tutorials on a variety of topics relating to technology, including software programs, teaching with technology, and learning with technology. LinkedIn Learning is free for Greene county library card holders. Navigate to the Greene County Library page, find the resources page, search for and click on LinkedIn Learning, and log in using your library card number and pin. 

Centennial Library: Online Technology Books

The Centennial Library also maintains a subscription to Safari Tech Books online, a database that holds the contents of thousands of books to help you with virtually any programming or technical issue.

  1. Open myCU.
  2. Search "Library" and click on "Access Library Services."
  3. Select the "Databases" tab on the Library homepage and click on the [Access A-Z Database List] button. 
  4. Select the letter “S” and choose “Safari Tech Books Online.”
  5. Click "Institution not listed?" on the resulting dialogue box. 
  6. Enter your academic email ( and click [Let's Go].
  7. Log in to your Cedarville account. 
  8. Browse through available online courses and books with the search bar or the "Topics" tab.

Search Terms:

Safari allows you to conduct searches by keyword, software program, book title, author, etc. You may also browse by category (e.g., database, graphics, hardware, programming). You can either read books from cover to cover or refer to particular sections as needed.

Sample Topics:

  • Adobe (Acrobat, Audition, Creative Suites, GoLive, Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop, etc.)
  • Macromedia (Dreamweaver, Flash, etc.)
  • Microsoft Office (Excel, PowerPoint, Word, etc.)
  • MatLab
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