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Learn Something New OnlineSummer 2020
With LinkedIn Learning, you can increase your capabilities with apps such as Excel or Photoshop, or learn more about topics such as how to draw, making a good presentation, speaking to an audience, or becoming a better co-worker.
Grab Bag of GoodiesSummer 2020
Make a long Google Doc more accessible and easier to navigate. Improve your sound and lighting in Zoom and Meet. Let us show you how!
Audiobook and Podcast recommendationsSummer 2020
The last few summer issues of ITS Update have included a Books and Movies section. This year we’ve focused on podcasts and audiobooks.
At the Olympic VillageOlympic Update, Winter 2020
After the cloudiest January on record, ITS decided it was good timing to take a creative spin on Carleton’s technology news. I have the pleasure of welcoming you to “the chalet”, i.e. to the hub of activity that gets organized out of the CMC. So imagine yourself by a fireplace and enjoy some technology stories.
Ski Jumping—Flying High with Remote WorkOlympic Update, Winter 2020
Here are four essential elements of your training to complete as part of your preparation to be a high-flying Olympian!
Cross Country—and around the worldOlympic Update, Winter 2020
Carleton student workers are instrumental in helping to make ITS an active and useful place to get support for our digital lives. Not surprisingly, they have interesting lives after graduation. Find out what these fantastic former student workers are doing now, across the country (and around the world)!
Biking the Arrowhead 135Olympic Update, Winter 2020
High and low technology is essential to winter bike racing. The bike’s frame, wheels, and some other parts are made of carbon fiber, a light and strong material that also, crucially, doesn’t conduct cold as harshly as metal. In its essence, though, this wonderful, beautiful machine is a 19th-century technology that we are just tweaking.
Downhill—moving fast!Olympic Update, Winter 2020
Academic research is becoming increasingly reliant on computational analysis, requiring more processing. To help in this endeavor for more processing power, liberal arts colleges are looking for ways to access and utilize High-Performance Computing (HPC). Here’s a report on HPC in the Liberal Arts.
Snowshoeing—checking our digital footprintOlympic Update, Winter 2020
It takes a substantial energy footprint to run the college’s data and network centers. Carleton’s new East Energy Station has mitigated some of that impact. The heat produced by the college’s technology infrastructure is no longer being wasted, but is now part of a sophisticated sustainability program.
Welcome Dan and Bret!Nov 2019
Dan Stephans and Bret Farley have recently joined ITS. See their pictures and learn a little about them!