Published: May 21, 2019

Did your most recent performance plan include professional development goals? Or perhaps you want to learn a new skill like Photoshop or coding? Employee Services provides, at no cost to you, the following resources to help you grow both personally and professionally.Two women working on their computers together

  • provides an online library of nearly 13,000 instructional videos covering the latest software, creative techniques, and business skills. Taught by accomplished instructors and recognized industry experts, is an easy-to-use resource for CU faculty and staff looking to develop their skills. Earn badges and link accomplishments directly to LinkedIn.
  • Skillsoft not only provides required online training, but also professional courses, instructor-led training courses and more than 25,500 titles in Skillsoft Books. The best part: courses and books are available on your computer so you can learn at your own pace when it’s most convenient for you.
  • CU on Coursera offers over 100 Coursera courses taught by faculty across CU Boulder, the CU Anschutz Medical Campus, CU Denver and UCCS. Courses are available at no cost to all faculty, staff and students.
  • FranklinCovey is a leader in providing content, tools, methodology and thought leadership. They have expanded their learning opportunities to include a comprehensive suite of personal and professional development workshops specializing in 22 different content areas ranging from leadership and to productivity to building trust.

Unsure where to begin? View the Learning Resources comparison to help you decide.
For resources on how to access these learning opportunities, visit the Employee Learning and Development website.  Questions?  Email: