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Available courses

Required training modules for all new employees. 

Welcome to the online cybersecurity training program for all College of Wooster employees. This program will help you learn the best practices and skills to protect our data and systems from cyber threats.

The training program will cover:

·         Cybersecurity awareness

·         Malicious links

·         Phishing

·         Phishing and Emotions

Cybersecurity is not only a technical issue, but also a human one. By completing this training, you will not only enhance your own skills and knowledge, but also contribute to the security and success of the College of Wooster

Welcome to the online cybersecurity training program for all College of Wooster employees. This program will help you learn the best practices and skills to protect our data and systems from cyber threats.

The training program will cover:

·         Cybersecurity awareness

·         Malicious links

·         Phishing

·         Phishing and Emotions

Cybersecurity is not only a technical issue, but also a human one. By completing this training, you will not only enhance your own skills and knowledge, but also contribute to the security and success of the College of Wooster

PII 

Personally Identifiable Information (PII) focuses on the laws and regulations that govern the protection of sensitive personal data, security measures that can be taken to protect the data, and the steps to take when reporting a data breech. 


PCI-DSS 

Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI-DSS) answers “what is cardholder data,” the standard and regulations both an IT-professional and Non-IT professional must follow to protect the data and privacy of the cardholder, and how to report a data breech. 


Privacy Amendment (NDB) Act 2017 

Privacy Amendment (NDB) Act module is an overview of the 2017 Act that was instituted in February of 2018 in Australia. The module focuses on the definition of a data breach, and the notification process for eligible data breaches. 

 


Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) is an overview of the HIPAA, HITECH and Omnibus legislation and security measures that can be taken to protect the data, and the reporting procedure in case of a data breech. 


GDPR 

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is an overview of compliance regulations, your responsibilities under GDPR, and how to report a non-compliance issue. 


The College of Wooster appreciates and values the contributions made by its student organizations and teams, however, the College condemns any hazing practices as requirements for membership, advancement, or continued good standing in organizations. We hope all of our students have the chance to experience a small community with similar values and interests working together for a common purpose or goal enriches the college experience.  One wonders however, how then does hazing become a part of such a group experience?  Why do students chose to engage in hazing activities?  Why do students allow themselves to be hazed? Why do parents or friends of those being hazed hesitate to report it, particularly in light of the possibility of deadly outcomes?

The passage of Collin’s law in October 2021 has brought new found focus to our efforts to attempt to eradicate hazing. Leaders at the College agree that a new sense of urgency exists and a united effort is needed to aggressively address  hazing prevention.  This website is offered in an effort to create awareness and bring hazing into the open so that it can be addressed.  Realizing that unhealthy hazing traditions do not disappear easily, the College of Wooster is committed to education that will change cultures that support hazing and to supporting students who have concerns.


This course is designed to educate you on facets of hazing, its definition, and associated campus policies and Ohio laws.  You will also explore bystander intervention and your role in stopping hazing on the College of Wooster campus.

First Year Library Connections

A resource site for Wooster students applying to medical school this cycle.

PowerPoint has many features to help create engaging presentations. Features in this course contain step-by-step instructions on:

  • Integrating Multimedia Content into Slides
  • Tools for Practicing and Recording Slide Show Presentations
  • Accessibility Features

Word has many features to help users read, write, and edit documents. Features in this course contain step-by-step instructions on:

  • Collaboration within Word
  • Document Formatting
  • Accessibility Features  

Outlook is Microsoft's official mail client. It is recommended the campus-community uses Outlook for its many features integrated into Microsoft 365. This course contains step-by-step instructions on:
  • Getting Started with Outlook
  • Managing Email
  • Utilizing Outlook Calendar
  • Creating and Managing Contacts  
OneDrive is Microsoft 365's cloud storage solution available for the campus-community. This includes 1TB of personal cloud storage, group file storage, and document sharing abilities. This course covers OneDrive basics including:
  • Installing and Syncing OneDrive to a computer
  • File Management
  • Sharing and Collaborative features 

Looking to prevent cheating and plagiarism in your course? Asking yourself how you can better engage your students in their course content? Find ways to make cheater's exams, create alternative assessments of content learning, how you can personalize your course to your students needs (and yours!), and even learn how to turn your course - or parts of it - into a game! 

Any other questions or suggestions? Email Caitlyn Deeter, Educational Technology Associate, at cdeeter@wooster.edu. 

Topics format

A sample Moodle course available for users to explore the Weekly course format.

A sample Moodle course available for users to explore the Topics course format.

A sample Moodle course available for users to explore the Onetopic course format.

Educational Technology course for Moodle training and resources for faculty and staff.

Required for all STA-1 Employees to complete before end of first semester of working.

Training resources to become proficient in WordPress to assist in the construction and maintenance of Information and Plannings web presence.