During this time of learning, teaching, and working from home, Information Technology Services will continue to provide new or updated information on the technology that is available at K-State to help you during this unusual semester. We realize a lot of information is coming at you all at once, so we have created a summary of the information that was released during the week in case you missed anything.
- Students can access information and resources for remote learning via the Keep Learning website and student checklists.
- Do you want to learn more about how to use Canvas? Watch helpful videos and get step-by-step instructions in the Getting Started with Canvas course.
- Instructors, go to the Keep Teaching website to learn about the tools, resources, and support available for delivering your classes remotely. This website is being updated daily. Newly updated items include:
Canvas: Viewing Course Analytics and Course Access reports – Track student’s participation with the built-in Course Analytics Report and Course Access Report in Canvas. Continue reading
Working from home for all K-Staters
Only use the VPN when necessary – We are reminding K-Staters about when to use the Virtual Private Networking (VPN) to access protected, proprietary, and confidential data and campus resources in a secure manner. Continue reading
Managing internet expectations as we teach, learn, and work remotely – Learn what you can do to improve your online experience. Continue reading
Adobe Creative Cloud available to students, faculty, and staff – Adobe is making temporary at-home access to the Creative Cloud Suite available until May 31, 2020. Continue reading
Who is listening to your conversations through your smart devices? – Learn how to keep your private conversation private around smartphones and other smart devices. Continue reading
Need help? For self-help, view the IT Knowledge Base articles. Need more help, contact the IT Help Desk 785-532-7722 or your local IT support staff.