Category Archives: Communications

Technology checklist for students leaving K-State

Students are graduating and going on to new adventures.  Use these tips to manage your K-State technology channels and resources. Students can now keep their K-State email accounts. Your eID must be kept active by meeting K-State’s password-change deadlines each semester. Review your … Continue reading

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Grad students and K-State writers: “Using Word to write” sessions scheduled April 16, April 23

Graduate students, faculty, and all K-State writers who want to learn more about the ins and outs of using Microsoft Word are welcome to drop by the “Using Word to write” open help session 3-6 p.m. Wednesday, April 16, at … Continue reading

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Zoom “scheduling privilege” allows scheduling audio/video meetings for others

Zoom videoconferencing has a Scheduling Privilege feature that is very helpful when you: Want others to schedule a meeting for you Want to schedule a meeting on behalf of others Directions on how to use this feature are found at https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/201362803-What-is-Scheduling-Privilege.

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Zoom conferencing: How to schedule recurring meetings

Scheduling a recurring meeting in Zoom can be done in just a few easy steps. 1. Schedule a meeting using Other Calendars.

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Faculty, staff and student employees moving to Office 365 Jan. 6, 2014

by Information Technology Services On Jan. 6, 2014, faculty, staff and student employees will be moved to Office 365, K-State’s new email and calendaring system. K-Staters accessing email and calendaring via the web-based version will sign in as usual at webmail.k-state.edu. Those using … Continue reading

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Office 365: Introductory videos now available

On Jan. 6, 2014, faculty/staff and student employees will be moved to Office 365, K-State’s new email and calendaring system. In addition to face-to-face and online training sessions, two videos have been created for those who cannot attend one of … Continue reading

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Tips and tricks eNewsletter training Nov. 19

By Communications and Marketing Developing eNewsletters help colleges, departments and units communicate with alumni, friends and other audiences. Join us for a training session on eNewsletters Tuesday, Nov. 19, in 407 Hale to learn helpful tips and tricks. 

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More than 700 users now on K-State’s Yammer channel

K-State’s Yammer channel (www.yammer.com/ksu.edu) has grown significantly in 2013. From recent stats shared Nov. 6: 711 people are now on K-State’s Yammer channel 336 K-Staters have joined since May 302 people are in K-State’s “Office 365 Migration” network

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E-newsletter templates, training available

By Communications and Marketing To help colleges, departments and units communicate with alumni, friends and other audiences, e-newsletter templates have been developed. 

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University using Twitter to reach out to potential job applicants

By Communications and Marketing Anyone can now keep abreast of the latest job openings at Kansas State University by following @KStateJobs on Twitter. The university’s affirmative action office began posting job openings on the social media site in June to … Continue reading

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