Telework approval is at the sole discretion of the agency head and is not subject to appeal or grievance. Telework is not an expressed or implied employee right or benefit; rather, it is a staffing and work arrangement at the sole discretion of management.
Please be aware, some of the training below is offered through Lynda.com (Linkedin Learning). Lynda.com offers courses that develop in-demand skills with access to thousands of expert-led courses on business, tech, and creative topics.
To access Lynda.com:
Login to LinkedIn Learning with your County or State library card ID and PIN > Type your desired topic into the search feature > Use the left-hand column to filter the content to your needs.
Don’t have a library card? State employees can register for a State Library card here. An email will be sent to you with your new login information.
Have a card, but don’t know your PIN? It's probably WYLD. If that doesn’t work, contact the entity that set up your card for a reset.
Please be sure you are signed in to LinkedIn Learning to access those courses. You may also search by the title of the training within LinkedIn Learning.
Remote Work - Setting Yourself and Your Teams Up For Success (LinkedIn Learning)
How to Work Smarter, Not Harder. Save Time and Money and Increase Productivity (LinkedIn Learning)
Driving Workplace Happiness (LinkedIn Learning)
Home Office Setup
Information Technology (IT) Training
Once you complete a training, don't forget to save your training certificate to provide to your supervisor.
Wyoming State Library Telework Computer Lab
The Computer Lab serves the needs of employees who telework on a part-time or full-time basis. Employees can access their network drives and print from our 15 Lab computers, as well as securely use WOLFS and IBARS. The Lab is open for Wyoming State employees to use Tuesday-Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm. Groups may book the Lab for training on Mondays.
Additionally, the WSL offers state employees the use of Chromebooks on premises. There’s ample seating and parking for employees who wish to bring their own laptops, with expert librarians ready to assist. We host over 150,000 State publications and provide access to over 120 research databases, which can be utilized at the library, the office, or at home. Interlibrary loan services are available from over 15,000 other libraries.
To reserve Lab space or for more information, call 307-275-0799.
Enterprise Technology (ETS)