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Classroom and Moodle updatesWelcome Back 2022
Over the summer, the software on instructor computers in classrooms has been refreshed, and Moodle has been updated to version 3.11. This version brings a few new features, including easier-to-find buttons, new quiz settings, and the ability to set personal pronouns in the Moodle Profile.
Technology for StudentsWelcome Back 2022
Students have access to Google Meet and Zoom for video conferencing. Google Meet is the recommended video conferencing tool because it offers additional features not available to the “basic” Zoom plan. Public labs have also been updated for student use, and Carleton’s senior leaders have endorsed a permanent commitment to a laptop stipend for low-income students.
Network & Construction updatesWelcome Back 2022
As part of the completion of Hasenstab Hall, ITS installed its network and audio-visual infrastructure. ITS also completed an update to logging and alerting functionality to better detect malfunction or failure of devices across the network.
Changes Coming to Google StorageWelcome Back 2022
After many years of providing unlimited storage space for institutions using its products, Google will soon begin charging for file storage across Gmail, Google Drive, and Google Photos. This term is a good time for everyone at Carleton to consider their file storage needs and behaviors.
Thank you graduating seniors!Summer 2022
Many students work in ITS, and we could not provide the volume of support that we do without their help. Thank you, and congratulations, graduating seniors!
From the ITS Blog Outside linkSummer 2022
New posts and new authors have appeared on the ITS Blog. In case you missed them, here is a link to the blog.
From the CTO and the ISOCybersecurity 2022
Ransomware has proven to be expensive for a lot of organizations and, consequently, it has proven to be expensive for insurers. They are increasing premiums & lowering coverage. Here’s what we’re doing.
Digital PrivacyCybersecurity 2022
ITS works hard to keep your Carleton digital information safe and secure. Each of us individually makes choices that increase or decrease the number of trackable digital footprints we leave across the Internet.
Malwarebytes — next generation antivirusCybersecurity 2022
Carleton has recently started deploying Malwarebytes EDR, an application that continuously monitors end-user devices to detect and respond to cyber threats like ransomware and malware. Along with enhanced security, there are privacy issues of which community members should be aware.
Password ManagersCybersecurity 2022
Just about every person with good password practices will have hundreds of unique username and password combinations that would be impossible to commit to memory. Password manager software can help!