"In this digital age, technology runs most of the world’s day-to-day functions. As part of California State University, Northridge’s commitment to preparing students for the future, open access has been given to all enrolled students to the online tutorial site Lynda.com. Now, students can learn how to master various software packages from wherever they sign on to the Internet—even through their smartphone or tablet.
Lynda.com is one of the most recognized tutorial systems in the world. Everything from everyday software like Adobe Acrobat and Microsoft Office to more specialized systems like MongoDB or Visual Basic can be learned using the site’s mix of videos and workshop materials. Bergen Muzatko, the training lead of the Department of Information Technology, said she feels that it’s the right tool for Matadors to learn their craft, regardless of what they study."
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