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Learning and Development

Resources for Faculty and Staff

Online Resources

  • MyQuickCoach
    This online tool is filled with educational videos, articles and more from consultants, authors, professors, and other subject matter experts. You have 24/7 access to over 1,300 lessons on subjects ranging from leaving a great impression on the phone to strategic planning. Access to the broader library will expose you to new ideas and give you the tools to make effective and efficient decisions on the job.
    More Info: MyQuickCoach
  • LinkedIn Learning
    The LinkedIn Learning Online Training Library is a constantly growing and evolving body of training video tutorials designed to help you learn what you want, when you want it. UNI students, faculty and staff have access to more than 5,000 courses organized by subject, software, and instructor. Explore courses based on your personal experience and LinkedIn profile. Visit UNI eLearning Suite more information and resources.
    More Info: LinkedIn Learning

New Hire Orientation


Supervisor Development Series: FLSA/Time Reporting (required for those who supervise non-exempt staff)

Also will include information on upcoming changes to timecard cutoffs and new timecard alerts

  • November 3*, 11
  • December 2, 8*

Sessions noted with * are being held via Zoom; others are being held in-person.

Supervisor Development Series: Fundamentals of Supervision

Sessions will be in-person only.

  • September 16
  • November 17

Supervisor Development Series: Leaves, FMLA & Workplace Accommodations

This session will be a hybrid of in-person and Zoom option.

  • October 13

P&S and Merit Search Committee Training

This training will provide an overview of the P&S and Merit search processes as well as the Jobs@UNI system. P&S and Merit search committee chairs and committee members are required to have attended this training within 12 months of serving on a P&S or Merit search committee. All participants will attend the first hour followed by an additional 30 minutes specific to the role of search chairs. Training is generally provided twice per month, with one session held via Zoom and one session held in-person.

Employee Benefit & Well-being Learning Opportunities

Performance Appraisals

Staff Tuition Reimbursement Program

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