September 15 is National Online Learning Day! Online
learning provides convenience, flexibility,
and personalization for all learners. Did you know
MSU offers FREE online learning opportunities for all faculty
and staff? Get access to online resources including books, videos,
courses, and more via elevateU.
Access elevateU here or log into EBS and look for the “elevateU” tile under the “My Career & Training” tab. You can access elevateU from your computer or through the Skillsoft Learning App for Android and iOS devices.
There are programs that cover leadership, IT & desktop,
business, finance, human resources, change management, project management,
interpersonal skills and so much more. Resources are available in a variety of
- Video-based and interactive courses
- Resources to prepare for various professional certifications
Watch the following video for a general overview of the resources available to you and how to access them:
Need help navigating elevateU? Click here for an additional video on how to use the search function and navigate through the resources available.
Utilize the resources as reference tools to help answer your
day-to-day job questions or as part of your ongoing personal and professional
development. Many of the courses are even approved for Continuing Education
credits! Remember, all courses are available to current staff and faculty at no
Happy National Online Learning Day!
This week’s job of the week is a Hub Project Manager (#602040) for The Hub for Innovation in Learning and Technology. This position is seeking an individual with strong problem-solving and communication skills, who possesses a broad understanding and experience planning and managing a portfolio of product and/or service design projects.
responsibilities for this role include providing project management strategy
and guidance for The Hub, managing changes to projects’ scope, schedule, and
costs using appropriate verification techniques, assisting in the development
of project objectives and project plans, and working with Hub management on
resource planning, availability and allocation to project objectives. Other
responsibilities include conducting research and data analysis, preparing
reports, and performing project close assessments to identify opportunities for
growth, to maximize operational effectiveness, amend processes and procedures,
and assess work performance.
candidate would possess knowledge equivalent to that which normally would be
acquired by completing a four-year college degree program in design, business
administration, research, education or field related to the employing unit;
three to five years of related and progressively more expansive work experience
in product and design project management, business analysis,
facilitating/training with a focus on business management; experience working
with multiple high-level stakeholders, work flow process analysis and
implementation of strategic initiatives, or an equivalent combination of
education and experience.
For more details on the responsibilities of this position, and to view all our current postings, visit careers.msu.edu. Internal applicants should access postings through the Careers @ MSU tile in the EBS Portal.