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Employee Technology Training

Are you a new employee at Concordia? Welcome from your friends in the IT department! You are likely seeing this page as part of the new employee training process. The knowledge base is a helpful catalog of all the important technologies available. It includes vital information on policies, setup, and learning of the tools you will need to be a successful employee at the institution. For an IT orientation you should review the information in the following modules to get the basics of what you need to be successful.

Module 1: Account Basics and Email

Review information in the above module to learn how to use your network account to access various university resources as well as how to utilize and configure your Concordia Email Address.
  1. Network Username
  2. Activate Your Network Account
  3. MyCU
  4. Access Your Email

Module 2: Personal Information, Pay Stubs, and Course Information

Review the above module for information on accessing MyCU. MyCU is where you will access your personal information as well as view your pay stub and tax information. Faculty members can look up their course information, roster, and post final grades.
  1. Update Contact Information
  2. Access Your Pay Stub
  3. Find Course Information

Module 3: Network Shares and Connecting to the Network

Review the information in the above module to learn about what sort of network resources are available to you as an employee. This includes the likes of wi-fi, network shares, and VPN.
  1. Connecting to Wifi
  2. About Network File Storage
  3. Using Your H Drive
  4. Working Remotely or From Home

Module 4: Getting Help and Policies

While not required for starting up as an employee, knowing how to get help with technology properly is key to your long term success. The module will also include important policies that should be reviewed within the first few months of your employment at Concordia.

Module 5: Checking Out Equipment, Extra Software, and Using A/V Systems

Although you may never need extra software or require the use of A/V systems, we have prepared a module to walk you through how to request and use A/V systems. This also includes checking out A/V equipment

Additional Training or Help?

Still feel like you're missing something and would like some additional training and guidance? Send us an email at support@cu-portland.edu .