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Building a Training Network: the Technology Liaison Program at Washington and Lee University

Thursday, January 1, 2004


All campuses struggle to provide computing support and training with limited resources. The wide disparity of computing skills among campus employees and the constantly changing software environment pose additional difficulties, as staff must constantly learn and adapt to new features and interfaces. The Technology Liaison Program at Washington and Lee University was developed to address the need to equip staff and faculty across campus with appropriate computing skills in a cost-effective manner.

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