Announcing a name change, a new way of conducting exams online, a security awareness alert, and much more.
Pad User Group’s New Name: “The Mobile Technologies User Group” for Students, Faculty, and Staff
The members of the iPad User Group have agreed to change its name to “The Mobile Technologies User Group,” in order to reflect the broader range of technologies that are covered by the group. The group will continue to meet monthly on the following dates:
- Thursday, November 21: 3:30 p.m.
- Tuesday, December 10: 3:30 p.m.
All of the above sessions will be held in the following rooms: Miller 16/ Civic E 319. You can review what was covered at past meetings on the user group’s blog.
Respondus Workshops for Faculty
The future of computer-based test-taking is happening now. Respondus provides a secure testing environment for face-to-face or online courses with a lockdown browser that restricts the user from accessing certain functions on their computer during testing. Want to learn more? Join us at our upcoming Respondus meeting on Monday, November 18 at 12:20 p.m.-1:05 p.m. in Miller 16 on the PLV Campus and CIVIC E319 on the NYC Campus.
IT Security Awareness for Students, Faculty, and Staff
In an effort to bring awareness to our community, ITS is offering training sessions for your respective areas, please contact the IT Security office at firstname.lastname@example.org. Learn more about IT security.
This is a reminder to the campus community to be vigilant in what emails you open and what links you click on. Spam emails may periodically end up in your mailbox. These types of messages may try to disguise themselves as authentic emails, by spoofing “From” addresses from people we know or known companies. Read more…
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