New e-Learning Resources for MSU Faculty and Staff

“As part of an ongoing commitment to continuing development, MSU is pleased to announce a new e-learning initiative, known as elevateU.  elevateU is a convenient and accessible learning option for faculty and staff looking to expand their skills in the workplace. This resource is offered at no cost to faculty and staff, and it is available outside of the educational assistance and faculty fee waiver programs.

With elevateU, several helpful resources can be accessed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Included are thousands of courses and simulations, videos, books and test preparation materials. The resources cover a wide range of topics, such as leadership, business skills, project management, desktop applications, web development and much more. Many of the courses are approved for Continuing Education credits.

“Books 24×7” is included in elevateU, and there you will find thousands of titles, such as The 360 Degree Leader, Organizing Higher Education for Collaboration, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, Crucial Conversations and much more.

Guided by Bolder by Design’s sixth imperative, Building a Culture of High Performance, this e-Learning initiative supports our goal to elevate each other and create a high-performing organization. elevateU can be a reference for everyday questions in the workplace, as well as personal and professional development.

elevateU is easily accessible through single sign-on via EBS. To get started, visit click EBS Login, log in using your MSU NetID and password, select your ESS tab, click Professional Development, and then click elevateU.

More information and an overview video are available at: . If you have questions, please contact HR Professional Development Services at 517-355-0183 or .

Sharon E. Butler
Assistant Vice President for Human Resources

Tom Davis
Acting CIO and Director of IT Services”

Shall we check it out?


About caesarc2019

Cheryl Caesar lived in Paris, Tuscany and Sligo for 25 years; she earned her doctorate in comparative literature at the Sorbonne and taught literature and phonetics. She now teaches writing at Michigan State University. She gives readings locally and has published poems in Writers Resist and The Mark Literary Review; and Poetry Leaves, The Trinity Review, The Mojave River Review and Total Eclipse (forthcoming).
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