Updates needed for Apple devices
Apple recently released updates to address a set of serious vulnerabilities affecting most Apple devices. It is important for everyone to update their Apple devices, including Macs, iPhones and iPads.
Important Steps to Secure Personal Data Privacy
An important step when you share personal information is knowing how your information will be used. The college’s privacy statement is designed to assist you in understanding how the College will collect, use, share and dispose of personal information.
Google Appointment Slots
A professor or staff member who has open office hours but wants to meet with just one person at a time should find appointment slots to be a good scheduling option.
Helpful Moodle Tips for Students
Moodle continues to expand and change to make education easier for students and professors. Here are some new features that I found useful to know about.
Jimmy Zhong: how the DataSquad experience helped me during my internship
Aya Klos ‘23 sat down with Biology/Computer Science double-major Jimmy Zhong ’23 to learn about his experience with the DataSquad and reflect on the skills he could apply during his internship and beyond.
AT Skillshops for Winter 2023
In preparation for your Winter Term courses, ITS is offering four Skillshops on January 3, 2023. Topics include: Moodle quizzing and grading, new ideas for Hypothes.is and Gradescope, plus a session on Google Storage and Gmail.
Carleton’s New Online Password System
Have you ever forgotten your Carleton password or username? Good news! The process for resetting your login information is now quite easy!
Another Phishing Simulation & Cybersecurity Town Hall Recording Available
There will be another chance to test how well you can spot a phishing email message during the week of November 14-18. Look for a suspect message. Discuss with your colleagues. Work as a team. Report phishing using the “Report phishing” feature in Gmail.
Recognize and Report Phishing
When you identify a potential phishing email, please report it using the “Report phishing” feature in Gmail. When you report phishing in this way, you help train Google’s phishing detection algorithm.
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