CRM Introduction Training has been scheduled for Oct. 31, Nov. 12, and Dec. 2. All training sessions will be in Calvin Hall 306, and training will last for 1.5 hours. Training sessions are limited to 20 people per session. You must be enrolled in the session to attend.
To sign up for training, sign in to HRIS.
- Under Self Service, choose Learning and Development, then KSU Training Enrollment.
- On the Request Training Enrollment page, look for CRM Introduction WIT310.
- Select View Available Sessions.
- Select the Session you would like to attend.
- Select Continue.
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Information Technology Services (ITS) continues to work on targeted projects identified in the IT Strategic Plan, specifically related to the rebuild of a downsized data center, migration of services to the cloud, and the implementation of a new CRM (constituent relationship management) system. This work, in addition to University office relocations and scheduled updates of university classrooms and computing labs, requires that daily operations, work orders, enhancement requests, and project work are being evaluated to focus resources in these areas.
For the next 10-12 weeks, K-Staters may experience increased response times and project delays as efforts are directed toward being prepared to support the campus community for the beginning of Fall semester.
Throughout the summer, ITS will provide project status updates for units that have requested projects from ITS. For the latest status updates, go to k-state.edu/it-strategic-planning.
This spring the Instructional Technology team within iTAC has been hard at work on our newest innovation for campus, Virtual Desktops powered by Citrix XenDesktop and the Liquidware Labs Essentials Suite. Through this initiative we will be providing a full Windows 10 desktop environment with all the apps that our users have come to expect, but with more granularity, control, and agility for administrators than ever before.
What Are Virtual Desktops?
Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) is a shift in end-user computing back to the way things were done in the 1970’s and 80’s with mainframes and terminals. Continue reading “Introducing Virtual Desktops at K-State”
by News and Communications Services
MANHATTAN — As access to information on the Internet has increased, so has access to education.
Kansas State University Global Campus is launching its first massive open online course, or MOOC, titled Health and Wellness 101: Everyday Small Changes. This free online course teaches the small, realistic changes that can be made in daily lives to improve health, physical fitness and overall well-being. The first cycle of the course is taught Oct. 6 to Nov. 15, with content remaining open to students until Dec. 12. Continue reading “Kansas State University Global Campus offering its first massive open online course: Health and Wellness 101”
Interested in a new open-source and free, hosted publishing platform with a wide reach? Scalar has been setting the humanities world on fire with its smartly designed capabilities.
Faculty/staff who are interested in learning how to use this tool should email email@example.com to request training.
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by Network and Telecommunications Services
Beginning Sunday, March 16, and throughout spring break, Network and Telecommunications Services will be performing upgrades to the wired and wireless campus networks. Specific times and affected services will be posted on the “Status of ITS resources” page (k-state.edu/its/status) as the information becomes available. Continue reading “Campus network upgrades during spring break will cause interruptions in network connectivity”
By Audrey Taggart-Kagdis
K-State information technology services and the K-State Student Union have partnered to expand services in the Union.
A new computer lab is now available for use on the first floor of the Union. The lab, between the K-State ID Center and the Copy Center, features five new desktop workstations and is part of the university’s virtual desktop initiative. Continue reading “Information Technology Services partners with K-State Student Union on new computer lab”
by Information Technology Services
Due to the winter storm and campus closure, the Mediasite demonstration has been rescheduled for 3:30-5 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 20, in the Big 12 Room at the K-State Student Union. Continue reading “Mediasite demo rescheduled for Thursday, Feb. 20”
By Information Technology Services
The spring 2014 Canvas extended pilot is underway at K-State. Canvas is a state-of-the-art Learning Management System (LMS) that offers a variety of powerful and intuitive tools and provides an opportunity for K-State to evaluate a modern platform for interacting with students online. Continue reading “Canvas pilot is underway”
by Information Technology Services
The busiest summer on record for Information Technology Services continues to remain that way. Adding to our list are these projects (more details below).
- Qualtrics online survey tool replacing Axio Survey
- Pulse, a single university-wide events calendar being beta-released
- Selective Scholarship updates
- Canvas learning management system pre-pilot evaluation
- Affirmative Action Appendix 22 Self-Identify updates
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