WolfLync Training

Interested in learning more about how WolfLync can help you collaborate with your colleagues?

The training we provide consists of two parts:

Part I: A one-hour demonstration of the essential user tasks of Microsoft Lync communications system including instant messages, contacts, collaboration, conferencing, and voice. Participants do not need to have Lync installed to attend the face-to-face demonstration.

Part II: A one-hour online Lync meeting which participants attend from their own computer.  In order in attend Part 2, participants must be signed up for Lync (steps 1-3), have the Lync client installed on their PC or Mac, and have a working microphone and speaker.  Familiarity with the basic functioning of Lync is also required to participate in this hands-on training.

Contact one of the trainers below to schedule training for your department/group.

Marissa Beninati
mcbeninati@uaa.alaska.edu
Instructional Designer
College of Health
 

Quick Reference Guides

The following are Quick Reference guides on Microsoft Lync 2013.  These are a great starting point if you are unable to attend a training session or looking for help prior to training.

Quick Reference about Lync Meetings
Quick Reference about instant messaging, presence, and contacts
Quick Reference about Persistent Chat
Quick Reference about Lync sharing and collaboration
Quick Reference about Lync video
Quick Reference about Lync audio
Quick Reference about Lync Web App