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You can use this site to keep current on new technology for CSUN staff, IT projects, important news as well as information regarding access to your email account, the Portal and telephones. 

Lynda.com Training Videos

Lynda.com, a collection online tutorials on an array of topics is available to students, faculty and staff. Access to this service supplements in-person classes by offering anytime, anywhere access to classes from any internet-capable device.

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Some of the most popular topics include: Moodle, iPhone and iPad, Excel, Photoshop, WordPress, and more! Visit lynda.csun.edu and sign in with your CSUN user ID and password or access the site through the myNorthridge portal. Note: You cannot access lynda.csun.edu through www.lynda.com

News & Information

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Cyber Security: A Growing Industry in Internet Age

April 13, 2015

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Members of CSUN’s Alumni Association convened on Thursday evening in the USU’s Grand Salon for a panel on cyber security, information systems and policy-making with regards to technology. Read more

Tech Support Through the Ages

March 11, 2015

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Dominic Smith shows how Tech Support has evolved throughout this past century to modern day. Read more

Information Security Awareness Training

February 9, 2015

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Faculty, staff, and student employees who are educated on security issues are CSUN’s best protection against security threats. Read more

2014 IT Survey Results

February 9, 2015

Preview of 2014 Faculty Survey Results.

Each spring semester, an IT Survey is sent to all staff, faculty, and to a random sample of 10,000 students. The 2014 IT survey results are now available on the IT website. Read more