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Technology tutorials in small bitesWinter 2021
The Carleton community has embraced a lot of new technology over the past eight months. During this time, ITS staff have put together a number of training opportunities. Here’s a buffet of short tutorials the staff offered during one week in December.
From the CTOWelcome Back 2020
We are returning to campus during unsettling times. I have ideas about which changes will persist, but for now, this ‘welcome back’ newsletter will focus on updates about Carleton’s technology environment that are relevant for Fall Term.
Learning & Teaching in Fall 2020Welcome Back 2020
Welcome and welcome back to Carleton! This term will see a significant increase in the use of all of our information technology systems.
Software Access – here, there and remoteWelcome Back 2020
During the COVID-19 pandemic, ITS has been working hard to make our learning and teaching spaces as safe as we can, and to ensure that students have access to software even when they can’t visit physical computer labs.
Service Outage NotificationsWelcome Back 2020
ITS continuously invests in preventing user-visible problems, but when issues inevitably do arise we want to make sure you hear about them quickly. Read more about how to access the new Service Status page and to subscribe to the TechAlert system.
Cybersecurity training starts in OctoberWelcome Back 2020
October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, which is just around the corner. This year, a significant emphasis of the Security Council’s work has been developing a new cybersecurity awareness program.
Welcome Brett, Pilot, Anders and Aaron!Welcome Back 2020
Say hello to three educational associates and one visiting academic technologist — Aaron, Anders, Pilot and Brett!
From the CTOSummer 2020
This end of year edition of the ITS Update is usually a time when we offer suggestions for summer. We intend to provide that information, but first I need to address the moment before us.
COVID-19 and computer labsSummer 2020
In response to the challenges posed by COVID-19, we are needing to reconsider how computer labs might function in the future.
Hello Wiebke and Kyle!Summer 2020
ITS welcomes two new people to the department—Director of Academic Technology Wiebke Kuhn and Web Application/DevOps Developer Kyle Veldhuizen. Say hello!