Learning opportunities


Academic Impressions

Academic Impressions is an organization specializing in professional development resources for higher education. All employees have access to the institutional membership. Learn more about memberships.

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Bridge Online Learning

Bridge is an online self-paced training series for Administrative and Financial Administrative Assistants. For more information, please email WorkdayLearning@unr.edu.

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Environmental Health & Safety Training

Review and register for mandatory and voluntary EH&S training, including Defensive Driving, Laboratory Safety, CPR, and more.

View EH&S Training Calendar

Human Resources Online Network Meetings

Online Network meetings are intended for Human Resource partners and liaisons across campus who are interested in learning about administrative procedures, changes, and updates that affect the University. This group is designed to help you do your job better by communicating information to your departments and colleagues. Network meetings are held on the first Thursday of the month at 10 a.m. via Zoom online (except for the months of January and July). Meeting participants can ask questions via live chat during the meeting. If you would like to receive monthly agendas and a link to join these meetings, please email Kaiya Massey at kmassey@unr.edu or call the Office of Human Resources at (775) 784-6082.

Knowledge Base

The Knowledge Base is a repository of articles for our users to research internal-facing policies, procedures, and how-tos. The Knowledge Base is available 24-7 and is your one-stop shop for Workday, UNR-specific resources, and online training videos.

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NVeLearn Mandatory Supervisor Training

The State of Nevada requires supervisors of classified employees to undergo supervisory training in core areas every three years. Learn more about what topics are required and how to register.

Go to Mandatory Supervisor Training Page

Office of Digital Learning Workshops (Not just for instructors!)

The Office of Digital Learning (ODL) provides support to the faculty and staff across campus who use University-supported technologies for teaching, business, and communications. They offer workshops to help you create accessible documents, images, videos, web content, and email – all formats that are required to be compliant with WCAG 2.0 AA per the University Accessibility Policy. We recommend that all faculty, instructors, and administrative employees working with these formats take the following workshops:

See all ODL Workshop and Training offerings