Our new Technology Training Center services for students, staff and faculty:

  • Just-in-Time Learning: Quick reference guides, tutorials and videos on demand
  • Hands-on workshops: Step-by-step instruction led by technology professionals
  • Online: Self-paced tutorials and links to other training resources

Read the Regis Today "Get to Know" Q&A feature on our technology trainer Sally Cordrey.

To register for an upcoming training, please refer to the Upcoming Trainings tab below.

The Regis University Technology Training Center offers training programs that increase the Regis University community’s understanding and use of technology. These programs provide, refresh, and promote core technology skills that enhance productivity and effectiveness at Regis University.

The Regis University Technology Training Center offers free training programs, both face-to-face and online, for faculty, staff and students. We want to meet the training needs of busy adults and students, reach users of all skill levels, and remove the intimidation of learning new technology.

Formats include:

Just-in-Time learning – quick reference guides, tutorials, videos on demand.
Workshops – hands-on, "show me how" step-by-step lessons in a computer lab within an hour.
Online – the Regis Learns site (http://regislearns.regis.edu), self-paced tutorials and links to other training resources.

Upcoming Training Workshops 

Register for Workshops  

These workshops have limited capacity, so reserve your seat now! To register for an upcoming training fill out the form located at the bottom of this page and the Training Center will contact you shortly. 

March and April Workshops and Lunchtime Technology Tips and Tricks 

Join the Technology Training Center for workshops and quick 30-minute trainings online through Zoom! We’ve added Baker’s Dozen: 13 Sweet Tips for using Zoom and Quick Start using Visio! 

Workshops in the Technology Training Center, Carroll Hall Room 23 

Best Practices for Presentations: Wednesday, March 27, 10-11am or Thursday, April 4, 2-3pm. 

Beginning Excel:  Wednesday, March 6, 3-4pm or Tuesday, April 2, 10-11am.  

Office 365/OneDrive: Wednesday, March 20, 10-11am or Tuesday, April 9, 2-3pm.  

NEW! Quick Start using Visio: Tuesday, April 30, 10-11am. 

Windows 10 Basics: Thursday, March 7, 2-3pm or Wednesday, April 10, 10am.  

Zoom Workshop: Tuesday, March 12, 10-11am. 

Once you register please be sure to add this to your calendar. 


Lunchtime Technology Tips and Tricks Online through Zoom 

Zoom is a video conferencing and web conferencing tool. It is easy to use. A microphone and computer are the minimum tools you need but a webcam is preferred. You may join the meeting virtually from your computer or any device. 

Location: Online. Once you register you will receive a Zoom meeting invite to your calendar.  

Excel Tips and Tricks:  Tuesday, March 26, 11:30am-12noon or Thursday, April 25, 12:30-1pm. THESE WORKSHOPS WILL BE CONDUCTED ONLINE VIA ZOOM.

Outlook Email and Calendar Tips and Tricks: Thursday, March 28, 12:30-1pm or Tuesday, April 16, 12:30-1pm. THESE WORKSHOPS WILL BE CONDUCTED ONLINE VIA ZOOM. 

PowerPoint Tips and Tricks: Wednesday, April 3, 11:30am-12noon.  THIS WORKSHOP WILL BE CONDUCTED ONLINE VIA ZOOM. 

Zoom Tips and Tricks: Thursday, April 11, 12:30-1pm, THIS WORKSHOP WILL BE CONDUCTED ONLINE VIA ZOOM.

NEW! Zoom Baker’s Dozen: 13 sweet tips for using Zoom: Thursday, March 21, 11:30am-12noon or Wednesday, April 24, 11:30am-12noon. THESE WORKSHOPS WILL BE CONDUCTED ONLINE VIA ZOOM. 

To register, please submit the registration form below. Include the name of training, date, and time.  For assistance, please call 303.458.4050 or email regislearns@regis.edu

Once you register please be sure to add this to your calendar. 

Attention WorldClass Users: Looking for training on WorldClass? The Learning Management Solutions (LMS) Team offers one-on-one training. All you need to do is request this training by contacting the Help Center at 303.458.4050 or its@regis.edu

Course Descriptions 

Advanced PowerPoint Skills  

You've got the basics covered, but let's go further into designing master templates, original graphics and transitions. Explore these robust features, shortcuts, and more in our newest 60-minute workshop. 

Beginning Excel

Learn how to accomplish these tasks by the end of the lesson: Enter text and numbers into an Excel worksheet; use AutoFill; format cells to display text and numbers effectively; perform basic calculations; use AutoSum; print a workbook. 

Best Practices for Presentations 
Regis faculty, staff and students all use PowerPoint for presentations. This is a workshop that offers good advice on designing strong presentation templates, use of color and images, and tips for leaving a good impression on your audience. 

Learn How to Create a Strong Password and Other Security Awareness Tips 
Learn the latest tips to understand the mechanisms of spam, phishing, malware and other online dangers, and apply this knowledge to your daily life.

Office 365/OneDrive 

Office 365 (sometimes referred to O365) is Regis University's Online Microsoft Suite. OneDrive for Business is part of Office 365, it is similar to Dropbox. Learn about accessing the Office Web Apps. Office 365 is easy to use, and allows you to work on Word, PowerPoint, and Excel files using a web browser and saving them in the cloud. No software download is necessary.

Organizing Your Outlook Calendar
Staying organized can be difficult, but the Outlook calendar can help you stay on top of your busy schedule. The outlook calendar has many different features that may be useful to you, such as color coding your appointments, setting reminders, and managing multiple calendars. 

Outlook Tips and Tricks  
This workshop offers different ways to become more comfortable with Outlook and its many features. You will learn how to create folders to organize information, how to filter information, and how to handle junk mail. You will also learn different features of your email, such as creating a signature, using the vote tool, and flagging emails.  

REALS Room - Main Hall 305 

Experience this newly-equipped interactive classroom. We will introduce the REALS concept (Regis Engaging and Adaptive Learning Space), the features including portable furniture, interactive touch screen display monitor, camera, and mics. This room is completely ADA compliant. 

Quick Start using Visio
Microsoft Visio is a diagramming and vector graphics application and is part of the Microsoft Office. Easily create versatile diagrams using a rich set of shapes, stencils, and templates. 

Windows 10 Basics
Whether you're using a new computer with Windows 10 or an older machine that was recently upgraded, this workshop will show you the basics of using this version of Windows. We will learn how to log in, find apps, use Cortana, change the default browser, test sound, change background picture, and more!


Zoom is a video conferencing and web conferencing tool. Learn about this easy-to-use tool. A microphone and computer are the minimum tools you need but you may also use a webcam as well.

Zoom Baker’s Dozen: 13 sweet tips for using Zoom 

Zoom is a sweet, easy-to-use, cloud-based, cost effective tool. Discover 13 tasty ideas for using Zoom for faculty development and classroom applications. The goal is to add fresh new tips to your Zoom toolbox. 

Faculty, students, and staff may access Regis Learns, our online learning platform for all of Regis University's training needs. You will find online tutorials for a variety of topics including Office 365/OneDrive, Quick Reference Guides, and Classroom Technology tutorials for every classroom and conference room on every campus, and more. Go to Regis Learns at http://regislearns.regis.edu, log in using your RegisNet credentials.

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