In September, PC Magazine ranked the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) as the "most wired college," recognizing its technology-related course offerings as some of its strongest points in maintaining a wired campus. However, the magazine did not mention the university's computer and software training services, workshops, internships, and peer-to-peer web site reviews, which are offered to students at little or no cost, reports the Daily Illini. "We are a well-kept secret for some reason," said Ginna Moore, manager of Training Services for the university's departmental services. Training Services offers workshops and training opportunities to faculty, staff, campus departments, and...

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