Version 4 of VCU Mobile for Blackberries was released earlier this week. It is available for both touch and non-touch versions of the Blackberry. It includes the newest module, Training, which allows VCU students, faculty and staff to sign up for the 1,000 plus non-credit courses offered by over 20 VCU departments.
The newest version of VCU Mobile has been released for both IOS and Android Devices. The mobile web and Blackberry versions will be coming soon. This version includes a new module called “Training” which allows VCU folks to search and register for non-credit courses offered by more than 20 different areas of the University.
The VCU Training application (training.vcu.edu) has gone mobile. You can now use any mobile device to access VCU Training to see upcoming classes, register for a class or see which classes you have previously register for. As you are strolling around campus or waiting for your next appointment, why not visit VCU Training from your […]
When one goes to VCU Training (http://training.vcu.edu), you will find that there are currently 370 classes to choose from: 219 are led by instructors and 151 are self-paced [CD, Web or Video]. To help you find the best class, a new search feature has been added that allows one to search all classes or just […]
After being off-line for 20 hours due to non-technical issues, the VCU training site was back online around 2:30pm on Friday. ————- The VCU Training Site, http://training.vcu.edu is down. I will update this post as soon as we learn the cause and when it is back on line.
On Friday, March 10, 2006, a Brown Bag lunch presentation will be given. The Brown Bag will show students, faculty and staff the features of the myVCU Portal, demonstrate how to log in and customize the portal, talk about the future direction of the portal and respond to as many questions as possible. Please register […]