Staff and faculty access to

Get ready to do some skill-sharpening: UVic staff and faculty now have free access to vast and ever-growing sets of online video tutorials from This online resource provides an inventory of instructional videos covering the latest software, creative and business skills. Use for high-quality training in education and e-learning, Microsoft Office, Adobe Creative Suite, time management, HTML coding, business skills, marketing, photography, 3-D animation and much more.Â

The library consists of over 128,000 individual video tutorials, grouped into over 3,329 specific courses. Each course is broken into multiple segments, which allows you to watch as little or as much as you want.

With new courses added weekly, is designed for all levels of learners, with nearly endless choices. Exercise files let you follow along with the instruction as you learn, and bookmarks help keep track of what you’d like to watch. Also, many courses include exercise guides that can assist with your learning. Individual video tutorials may be as short as four minutes each. With the Playlist feature you can browse the entire inventory and build your own learning library, which can include entire courses or just individual topics of interest.

These online resources are available from home, office or mobile device to support employees' professional and personal development.

Why is UVic offering this?

As part of our overall learning strategy for employees, complements existing learning opportunities offered through Human Resources as well as support services currently provided by University Systems.Â

With such an extensive inventory of topics, employees can use as a great solution for ‘just-in-time’ learning, and for developing long-term professional and personal skills. UVic has negotiated a one-year trial period for this exciting resource, so sign in and see what can teach you!

Access (you'll have to sign in through UVic) or get more information on the HR website.

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