|LearnAlaska now accessible to ALL State employees||03/27/2014|
LearnAlaska, the State’s Learning Management System, has, until recently, been available only to State employees who have access to the State network (Intranet). This meant that employees working in off-site locations, in outlying areas, or outside agencies could not access LearnAlaska. This application is now available to all SOA employees regardless of location via a secure Internet connection. To login, State of Alaska employees may use their SOA User ID, usually your first and middle initials and your last name, and password. These will be same credentials used to login to other State applications such as the Employee Documents Online (Online Paystub) application.
|Browse Upcoming Sections||02/20/2014|
We heard you! By popular demand, we are now publishing lists of upcoming class sections by location. You can view this information by selecting the link to Upcoming Sections from the navigation buttons to left. This list will be updated each month, but LearnAlaska will continue as the system of record and we encourage students to confirm section information by logging into the learning management system.
|Security Awareness Course Available||01/01/2014|
The State Security Office and the SANS™ Institute have put together a security awareness bundle, SOA-DOA-ETS: Security Awareness Content. This bundle includes an online video, newsletters, and posters that will help prepare you and your organization with the knowledge and tools to defend against common cyber-security threats.
LearnAlaska is an on-line learning management system (LMS) the State is implementing to train employees and to track workforce training efforts. It is a component of IRIS, the statewide effort to implement an integrated accounting, financial, payroll, human resources, and procurement solution.
The State of Alaska is implementing LearnAlaska to meet the training demands of the IRIS effort and to address limitations and usability issues with the State’s current training applications.
For the initial phase of implementation, classes offered through the Department of Administration's Division of Personnel and Labor Relations (DOP) and Finance (DOF) will be administered through LearnAlaska. If you are enrolled in a course offered by the DOP, DOF no action is required; just be aware that the course will now be administered by LearnAlaska.