A Notes user from a major university recently contacted me with this request:
Eric, do you have any recommendations on some resources (books, web sites, etc.) that I could use to gain some additional expertise in using Lotus Notes with eProductivity?
As far as learning about eProductivity, we have a learning resource page. As far as current resources for end users that want to learn more about Lotus Notes I have less to share. Because I am now removed from a end-user Notes training, most of the books and resources that I have are now many year/versions old. I know there are good resources out there. Most of what I found in Google were resources for administrators or developers. These wont be helpful for this individual.

So, I'm asking the Lotus community to help by posting comments with links to end-user (not admin or dev) resources for Notes users.

Discussion/Comments (5):

Jyotiprakash Mohanty (): 03/15/2011 23:46:02
End user looking for resources to learn more about Lotus Notes

LotusTechSupport's Channel in YouTube: www.youtube.com/user/LotusTechSupport#g/u

Media Gallery in Lotus Notes Wiki: www-10.lotus.com/ldd/dominowiki.nsf/xpViewCategories.xsp?lookupName=Media%20gallery

Lotus Notes Tips: www-10.lotus.com/ldd/notestipsblog.nsf

Slide by Mary Beth Raven: www.slideshare.net/MaryRaven/tristate-lug-whatsnewinnotes852

Ian Randall (): 03/15/2011 23:57:22
End user looking for resources to learn more about Lotus Notes

PACKT Publishing have several excellent Lotus Notes publications:

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There is also their excellent IBM Lotus Notes and Domino 8.5.1 The Upgrader's Guide

Fredrik Malmborg (http://www.replikera.se): 03/16/2011 0:12:51
Virginia Commonwealth University FAQ

This place is loaded with information that can be usable for most Lotus Notes users.

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Grant Osborne (): 03/17/2011 18:44:11
End user looking for resources to learn more about Lotus Notes

TLCC provide a great "end user" targeted training course for Lotus Notes.

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