Outlook on the web allows you to add other calendars to your view. It will depend upon the permissions level granted to you on how much detail you can see on the calendar (free/busy, limited details, or full details). This is helpful if you schedule appointments regularly with another person or resource such as a conference room.
Over the holiday break, K-Staters who want a jumpstart on learning Office 365 email and calendaring should check out these top resources created by Information Technology Services.
- Explore more than 100 K-State articles on how to use Office 365:
- Office 365 general info
- Office 365 email (Outlook for Windows, Mac, and Web App a.k.a. webmail)
- Office 365 calendar
Information Technology Services will continue offering “Introduction to Office 365″ sessions throughout December. Introductory sessions will be offered in the Hale Library Hemisphere Room and the K-State Student Union Little Theatre. There will also be opportunities to join Q&A sessions via Zoom. No registration is required for any of these sessions. Continue reading “Learn Office 365: Training and question-answer sessions scheduled”
Did you know you can transfer final grades from K-State Online to iSIS?
Did you know it is possible to have a student in your K-State Online roster and NOT in your iSIS roster?
Did you know that you can learn the proper process to set your grading rules and grading scale in K-State Online, at training sessions starting Tuesday, Dec. 3? Continue reading “How to transfer grades from K-State Online to iSIS”
The campus is in the process of migrating to Office 365. To begin learning about the calendar component of Office 365, check out the following tutorials and reference guides:
- Microsoft’s work with your calendar page (documentation, videos, and more)
- Quick Start guide (PDF) for managing calendars on the Web
- Quick Start guide (PDF) for managing calendars on the desktop
The Email Upgrade Committee submitted its report to Ken Stafford, CIO, in late December. The report (PDF format) is available online for review by K-Staters. The committee decided to collect more in-depth information about calendar functionality from users. This information was used to determine if necessary and critical features were available in Google Apps for Education and Microsoft Office 365. Committee members are in the process of comparing the functionality to both solutions and will meet with university administration soon to discuss their findings.
Jan. 1-Feb. 13 — Password-change timeframe for spring semester at K-State
Jan. 17 (Thu) — Digital Signage Open House, 10:30 a.m.-noon, Hale Library Hemisphere Room
Jan. 22 (Tue) — Media Development Center reopens at 10 a.m. (closed Dec. 15-Jan. 21 for maintenance and updates)
The email upgrade committee will have a demonstration of the calendar functions in Google Apps for Education and Microsoft 365 from 1:30-3 p.m. today in the Big 12 Room at the K-State Student Union.
Seth Galitzer, computing and information sciences, and David Williams, housing and dining services, will be presenting the calendar functions. To ensure adequate space, please RSVP and provide any questions that you would like to see addressed in the presentation to https://surveys.ksu.edu/TS?offeringId=202278.
(Editor’s note: Reprinted from K-State Today’s article published Dec. 12, 2012.)
Information Technology Services transitioned to K-State Zimbra Calendar on June 28, 2010. As part of the transition, Oracle Calendar will be decommissioned on July 1 this year. K-Staters with data still in Oracle Calendar have options to archive their data; instructions are available on the Moving Oracle Calendar data to Zimbra Calendar webpage.
The university transitioned from Oracle Calendar to K-State Zimbra Calendar over the summer. Oracle Calendar is still available as an archive, but will be decommissioned in early 2011.
Easy-to-follow instructions are available for you to export your Oracle Calendar data and then import it into K-State Zimbra. This will allow you to have a copy of past events from your Oracle Calendar accessible in your K-State Zimbra Calendar. Other Oracle Calendar archiving options are available if you’d rather not import your past events into K-State Zimbra.