Wireless presentation technology is available in a growing list of classrooms on campus.
Exchange, which is used for email and calendaring by faculty and staff, will undergo upgrades between November 3 and November 17. These upgrades will improve performance and change how malicious email attachments are filtered.
Customers using the Thunderbird mail client will need to make a setting change before November 17 to avoid receiving an error message after the upgrades are completed. The Outlook email client may prompt you to restart Outlook. All other mail clients are not expected to be affected by these changes.
Noah tours Research Park.
Noah shares information he learned at the MOOCs@Illinois: A Third Year Review (Teaching with Technology Brownbag).
We are pleased to announce that John Towns has been appointed Deputy CIO for Research IT. He will also continue leading the Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE) initiative at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA).
A representative from lynda.com will provide two free on-campus workshops on using lynda.com this Wednesday.
A new learning management system used by a professor in Education emphasizes peer learning.
The IDEALL Lab hosted an open house on Wednesday, September 30.
Say goodbye to having multiple IDs and multiple passwords at the University of Illinois.
Go ahead and forget the answers to your U of I security questions.
Technology Services at Illinois invites you to attend presentations from the candidates for the position of Deputy CIO, IT Services Delivery. This new Deputy CIO position will be responsible for college IT units that have integrated with Technology Services, and will work with the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign CIO to assist with future college IT integrations on the Urbana campus.