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K-State IT resources that save $$, time, and effort

Welcome, new and returning K-Staters! This back-to-school article provides:

  • Free IT resources that can save you money, time, and effort
  • Information to give you a fast start on the fall semester

— courtesy of K-State’s Information Technology Services.

 1. Wireless networking
WHAT:  Connect your mobile devices to K-State’s computer network
WHERE:  “KSU Wireless” (all K-Staters), “KSU Housing” (res halls), “KSU Guest”
WEB:  wireless.k-state.edu

2. Printing from your personal laptop
WHAT:  Wireless access to printers (and $10 of free printing in fall semester)
WHERE:  University computing labs, and K-State InfoCommons (Hale Library)
WEB:  www.k-state.edu/its/labs/#wirelessPrinting

3. iSIS (Student Information System) and K-State Online
WHAT:  Access to your personal student data and course schedules and materials
WHERE:  785-532-7722, helpdesk@k-state.edu, 214 Hale Library
WEB:  isis.k-state.edu, public.online.ksu.edu

4. Equipment checkout of audio/video tools
WHAT:  3-day checkout on cameras, camcorders, tripods, and more
WHERE:  Request form online; equipment pickup at 214 Hale Library
WEB:  www.k-state.edu/its/checkout

5. Walk-in use of high-end multimedia technology and computer labs
WHAT:  Scanners, CD/DVD burners, audio/video, sound booth, software
WHERE:  Media Development Center (213 Hale Library)
WEB:  www.k-state.edu/its/mdc, www.k-state.edu/its/labs

6. eID password deadline = Wednesday, Sept. 12
WHAT:  Change your password soon; retain access to email and central resources
WHERE:  Your personal eProfile page
WEB:  eid.k-state.edu (requires eID/password to access)

FOR more IT resources, tools, tips, and news:

IT Help Desk
(the go-to place for assistance on computing and IT questions)
helpdesk@k-state.edu
785-532-7722 (toll-free 800-865-6143)
Information Technology Services
Kansas State University

About Betsy Edwards

• Web/information specialist in Information Technology Services • Editor/writer, K-State IT communications • IT News blog moderator • ETDR specialist