The first few phases of the new Student Information System (SIS) have rolled out. Additional SIS overview sessions have been scheduled for those who were unable to attend the August sessions. Sessions will take place from 2 to 3 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 15 and 11 a.m. to noon, Thursday, Sept. 16, in GIL 009. If you are unable to attend a session, a recorded presentation is available online. Due to limited space, register at the Student Information System website.
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Welcome to the new look for the Information Technology Services web site. For the past several months ITS Educational Technology staff have worked on a redesign of the ITS web site following new UNI standards, using our new content management system (Drupal) with a focus on providing a better user experience. The new site has been designed based on accessing services and content from a user perspective.
Faculty and staff are invited to attend the conference on Sept. 17 at the University of Iowa. The conference is free and transportation will be provided by the Academic Assessment Office and ITS Educational Technology. Please let Donna Vinton know if you would like to attend.
Turning Technologies is sponsoring two informational sessions at 10 a.m. and noon, Friday, Aug. 20, in ITTC 138, on the use of "clickers" in the classroom. Melinda Micheletto, assistant professor from Saint Michael's College, will discuss the effective use of "clickers" in promoting several technologically based pedagogies.
The first few phases of our new Student Information System (SIS) have rolled out. To keep you informed and prepare you for upcoming training, we would like to invite you to attend an overview of the new SIS.
Due to limited space, please register for a session at www.uni.edu/sis.
Beginning Monday, Aug. 16, regular business hours (8 a.m. - 5 p.m.) for university offices resume. Supervisors with staff who do not have e-mail access should inform them of regular business hours.
Due to a new contract, the University Residence Halls and Academic Cable systems have changed from television programming provided by Cedar Falls Utilities to programming provided by Mediacom.
This change occurred Friday, July 30. You need to rescan for the new programming on your television. Questions related to this change can be directed to Dennis Reimer.
One server and 36 client devices are still running Windows 2000 or XP SP2 in Active Directory. July 13 is the last day these machines will have a supported operating system. They need to be updated ASAP, or if they're no longer in use, their account should be deleted AD.
Contact Seth Bokelman for more info.
Trying to access content using a URL from the old ITS website? The information architecture of the new ITS website is drastically different than the old one. Please submit the URL of the content you were trying to access, and we will attempt to redirect future requests to the right place.
The Production House is open 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday - Friday for the summer. You can use The Production House for editing webpages, tweaking your video, making a pod cast, and more. We are in the ITTC building room 108. Come see us for all your multimedia needs.