Now you can quickly check to see if the K-State Parking Garage is open or full online or from your phone. To check the real-time status of the K-State Parking Garage, go to connect.k-state.edu/parking-garage/. The status of OPEN or FULL will be displayed for Students, Public, and Faculty/Staff. Continue reading “Check the K-State parking garage status online or from your phone”
The K-State Online website has been given a new look for the new year. The main purpose for updating the website is to make it easier to sign into K-State Online Canvas and the Classic Archive. The redesigned K-State Online website also provides better navigation to training, help and FAQs. Continue reading “A new look for K-State Online website”
A milestone was quietly reached this summer in the continued updating of the K-State Web presence. As two more colleges published sites in our content management system, or CMS, we met the goal of having every college/major unit in the system. Thanks to all who helped with this effort. Continue reading “Letter from the VP for Communications and Marketing: Web progress”
The Equipment Checkout website (sponsored by the Information Technology Assistance Center) has been updated with photos and more details on all the equipment available for checkout to K-Staters, including digital and still cameras, videorecorders, audio recorders, laptops, sound systems, and more. Continue reading “Equipment Checkout website updated with photos and more details”
UporDown.org is a free website that helps answer the question “Is the network/website down, or is it just my computer?”
Confirmed exploits in the wild have been reported for a vulnerability in Internet Explorer 8. There is currently no patch available. The vulnerability can be exploited by a simple drive-by attack which will allow adversaries to install malware on your computer without any user action necessary. This means you could be infected simply by visiting a legitimate website that has been compromised and hosting the malicious code. The vulnerability was already leveraged in a targeted attack on the U.S. Department of Labor.
1. We recommend that all users stop using the Internet Explorer 8 web browser immediately.
2. On Thursday, May 9, Microsoft released a workaround that acts as a temporary fix until a patch is released. The fix is available at https://support.microsoft.com/kb/2847140 .
A third Qualtrics webinar has been scheduled for K-State faculty, staff, and students who want to learn about this popular, online data collection tool used for surveys, forms, dissertations, assessments, reporting, etc. The webinar will be 9 a.m. Friday, Feb. 8, in Hale 301.
“Qualtrics makes sophisticated research simple,” says the company website. “Our company is a worldwide leader in enterprise data collection and analysis. Founded in 2002, Qualtrics has more than 4,500 customers including 1,300 universities worldwide. Companies use Qualtrics solutions for a wide range of market, customer, and employee research.”
More information about Qualtrics is available at www.qualtrics.com. Questions about the webinar can be sent to Rebecca Gould, firstname.lastname@example.org, 785-532-2298.
K-State faculty, staff, and students are invited to attend a webinar on Qualtrics, a research software company providing an online data collection tool, used for surveys, forms, dissertations, assessments, reporting, etc. Sponsored by Information Technology Services, the same webinar will be at 10 a.m. Friday, Nov. 16, and again at 11 a.m. Monday, Nov. 19. Both are in Hale 401. Continue reading “Qualtrics webinars scheduled Friday, Nov. 16, and Monday, Nov. 19”
The K-State Division of Continuing Education has relaunched its distance education giveaway website and is now providing new, downloadable items for K-Staters, kids, co-workers, friends and all K-State sports fans.
Initially made public in 2007, the website was developed to offer distance-accessible K-State items to individuals developing an interest in K-State’s distance education opportunities, as well as those who had graduated and were considering the university’s professional development options. It also served as a tool to increase K-State’s presence through viral marketing. Continue reading “Distance education giveaway website relaunched”
The next university Web editor meeting will be 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 7, in the Town Hall Room of the Leadership Studies Building. Jim Mock, director of video production services, will be presenting to the group about the use of video on websites.
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(Editor’s note: Reprinted from K-State Today’s article published Nov. 2, 2011.)