Wednesday, October 9, 2013

November Technical Education & Outreach Workshops

Don't Be the Weak Link: Security Certificate

Tuesday, November 5th, 2pm - 3pm in FLT133
Password Security

Thursday, November 7th, 2pm - 3pm in FLT108
Web Browser Security

Acrobat Tip: Splitting Large PDFs

Ever wonder how to split a long PDF into multiple files? Adobe Acrobat has a tool you can use to do this. This is useful if you need to break up a large file to send over email or save each page of a PDF in an individual file so you can send each page to a different person.
Go to Tools > Pages > Split Document

Thursday, October 3, 2013

Emergency Text Alerts for Computers Update

As mentioned in a University Wide Notice earlier this week, Groupwise Messenger, our emergency messaging tool for University owned computers, will not be used for emergency messaging after October 6, 2013. 
To ensure that emergency communications can be delivered to classroom and office computers, we are deploying the new emergency messaging client for university computers, AlertUs. It will be automatically deployed to different areas of campus starting at the following days:

FCTL Sessions for October

Are you looking for an opportunity to learn how technology can help you transfer learning to your students? The Faculty Center for Teaching & Learning is offering the following sessions in October that may be of interest to you:

Need a Test Proctor?  You Have Options
Wednesday, October 9
Room:  FLITE 405
Andrew Peterson, Scott Randle and Jackie Hughes

"Tuesdays with Tegrity"

Have you heard the news? The McGraw-Hill Learning Institute is offering:


This Fall, the Tegrity teaching and learning software team will provide more than six (6) weeks of virtual seminars.  Each seminar

Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Student Software/Hardware Academic Program Requirements

The Desktop and Classroom Technology Standards Committee is in the process of posting a site where students can go to find information about software/hardware recommendations and requirements for their personally owned computers.