Resources for Everyone

Microsoft Office Suite

You can find, download and print free tip sheets for using Microsoft Office Suite (Words, Excel, PowerPoint, Access) here.

Microsoft LogoWant to learn how to use Microsoft Outlook, One Drive, Word, PowerPoint, or Excel?

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Copyright Law

Copyright LogoWhat materials can you copy and use? The answer is complicated. Here is a link to an abbreviated but useful chart to help you determine what you may or may not do. Note: this chart is meant to be helpful, but it is not comprehensive. If you have a particular concern, consider seeking the advice of an expert.

Coursera: Take Online Courses at some of the Finest Colleges and Universities in the Word

Coursera UniversitiesCoursera offers free online courses from top universities, including Princeton, Stanford and The University of Pennsylvania. Learn from world-class professors, watch high quality lectures, achieve mastery via interactive exercises, and collaborate with a global community of students.

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American Management Association Webcasts

American Management Association WebcastThe AMA is The go-to association for business people - but there is plenty here for anyone who holds a job. AMA's webcasts often feature world-class experts. Topics include Leadership, Personal Development, Career Development, Communication, Management, Planning - virtually any topic for career-minded professionals.

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Poverty Resources

Below is a list of resources as you continue exploring solutions to poverty and social inequality.

Poverty Resources

Fre-ed Online Education for free claims to be the largest, most popular, fastest growing and most highly recommended source of totally free education on the Internet. While taking a class via Free-Ed won't lead to a certificate or a degree, Staff members can take computer, management, communications or general interest classes. Faculty members can search for supplementary material to recommend to students or incorporate in their classes.

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