- “NVivo 10 / 11 Advanced” presentation slated for Oct. 23
- Zoom increases meeting size default to 50 participants
- The future: Batteries with indefinite lifespan
- K-State Online: Grade on-the-go with SpeedGrader
- K-State Online: Get one-on-one help with Canvas
- iPad User Group meeting Oct. 8: A look at iOS 9
- K-State Online brown-bag lunch series: Personal settings, profiles, and ePortfolios Oct. 8
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Category Archives: Communications
By Information Technology Services Network and telecommunications has restored service to all of the phones that appeared to be impacted by last week’s phone outage but some splicing might have been missed. If your phone is still out of order, … Continue reading
By Ryan Swanson A water pipe broke on campus about 8 a.m. Tuesday, Aug 12. Water filled some tunnels resulting in sporadic phone outages in the southeast quadrant of the Manhattan campus.
by Information Technology Services Microsoft continually rolls out updated features in Office 365. Below are a few highlights of new features implemented over the last few months: Improved accessibility for Office: Users with a licensed version of Office 2010 or … Continue reading
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
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
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.
Scheduling a recurring meeting in Zoom can be done in just a few easy steps. 1. Schedule a meeting using Other Calendars.
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
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