ITS Updates

Tech Info for Graduating Seniors

Tech Info for Graduating Seniors

Seniors, this is an exciting time of year for you! We know you have a lot going on and much to be excited about. But we also want to make you aware of several technology-related items that need your attention as you prepare to move on from St. Norbert College. Email Account As an alumnus […]

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First Annual Transformative Teaching & Technology (T3) Conference

First Annual Transformative Teaching & Technology (T3) Conference

Information Technology Services will host its first annual Transformative Teaching and Technology (T3) conference on June 3, 2014. The conference is open to all full and part-time faculty, including adjuncts and staff who teach. Attendees will learn how their peers are using technology in innovative ways to transform the teaching and learning experience. The T3 […]

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G: Drive Phase Out

G: Drive Phase Out

The G: drive has served the campus well for many years, but with the progression of technology it’s no longer the best solution for storing documents, sharing documents with your students, or collecting assignments from your students. In a previous TechEDge article, we announced that the G: drive will be discontinued in the future, and […]

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Tech Tips

Working with Microsoft Office

Working with Microsoft Office

Looking for ways to better leverage Microsoft Office — including Excel, Word, and Powerpoint — for school or work? You’re not alone! While many of us use Microsoft Office daily, ITS frequently hears that staff, faculty, and even students would like to learn more about this powerful software program. Microsoft has an Office training site […]

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Cool Tools: Wayback Machine

Cool Tools: Wayback Machine

Tool Wayback Machine What It Does Have you ever wondered what a web page looked like way back in the old days? Has an important page gone missing from your favorite website? Is that research data you once found on the web now gone? The Wayback Machine allows you to see what a web page […]

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Advisories & Alerts

Internet Explorer Vulnerability

Internet Explorer Vulnerability

Microsoft was recently alerted to a flaw in their Internet Explorer (IE) web browser that, under certain circumstances, could allow an attacker to control a user’s computer. The vulnerability exists in all versions of IE from 6 (released in 2001) through 11. In order to be vulnerable, a user would have to click on a […]

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