Jahvelle Rhone, Information Technology Assistance Center,, will present 3D printing – the possibilities!, 3 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 10, via Zoom. Dr. Sergio Curto, research associate, Bio Medical and Electrical Engineering will be a featured guest in the discussion.
Topics to be covered:
How 3d printing works
Benefits of using 3d printing
How it is already being used in an academic environment
Sign in to the session at ksu.zoom.us/j/738417925 a few minutes early so you don’t miss any of this 15-minute discussion. If you have any questions, contact Cathy Rodriguez (cathyr@k‑state.edu).
Students and faculty/staff are invited to participate in hands-on multimedia workshops on Tuesday evenings from Feb. 9 to March 29. These are offered each semester by the Media Development Center. No enrollment is needed; just stop by 213 Hale Library at the times and dates below. Continue reading →
All K-State graduate students are required to submit their electronic thesis, dissertation, or report (ETDR) as part of the K-State graduation process. Some struggle with this process. The lucky ones have friends or colleagues who told them to start using a K-State ETDR template as soon as they begin writing. Because the sooner an ETDR writing template is used, the more it saves time and helps avoid formatting errors.
Stop by the new ETDR walk-in help sessions offered this semester: 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. every Wednesday, Feb. 3-April 20, in 301A Hale Library. Or make an appointment with an ETDR consultant by submitting an ETDR Request Form (requires eID and password).
The first Tech Tips Live! session was Jan. 27 and delivered via Zoom webconferencing by Shelley Troyer, Information Technology Assistance Center. There were 43 participants in the session. This session covered Zoom topics that you might not be familiar with, such as co-hosting, breakout sessions, and running a webinar.
All Tech Tip Live! sessions are recorded and on the Tech Tips Live! website. A schedule of upcoming sessions is also on the website.
Do you have questions about your K-State Online Canvas courses? We have your answers. Bring your laptop and come to the K-State Onlinewalk-in help sessions9:30 a.m to 11 a.m., and 2: 30 p.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 3, in 301A Hale Library.Continue reading →
An “Introduction to NVivo 10/11” training will be offered 1:30-3:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 19, at 401B Hale Library for all faculty, graduate students, and staff who may be using this qualitative (and mixed methods) data analysis tool.
The IT Help Desk, 214 Hale Library, has new hours of operation for spring 2016, with the help desk closing at 10 p.m. Monday through Thursday. During the last three weeks of the semester, Monday-Thursday hours will be extended to midnight.
Mary Hammel,Catalyst Technology and Media Services, will present Using Adobe Acrobat DC on the iPad with an Acrobat Pro license, 3 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 3, via Zoom. The Acrobat DC iPad app is a great solution for working with your documents on the go.
Combined with an Acrobat Pro license (available inexpensively through K-State), you can create, edit, comment, share, sign, and export (to Word, Excel, PowerPoint and RTF) documents. You can convert images to PDF. The Pro license comes with at least 2GB of storage access in Adobe’s Document Cloud – that’s the DC part – along with Mobile Link, access to any recently viewed PDFs across desktop, web and mobile apps.
Training dates for “Advising in KSIS” are available for sign-up in HRIS. Sessions focus on the KSU Advisor Center functions. Full-time advisors and faculty advisors are encouraged to attend. Registration through HRIS is required. See Using HRIS to register for classes.