There is only one more session available in Spring 2015 for Master Extract Reporting in KSIS. You must have permissions set up for Master Extract Reporting before you can take this class. The training session is 10:30-11:30 a.m. Monday, April 27, in 9 Fairchild Hall. Continue reading “Last chance in Spring 2015 for Master Extract Reporting training”
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Join us as we take a look at the Canvas app with K-State Online. The meeting is noon‑1 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 9, in 119 Bluemont Hall. It is open to all K-Staters. Continue reading “iPad user meeting Oct. 9: Using the Canvas app with K-State Online”
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”
By Information Technology Services
So what will Office 365 look like? Check out the following for a glimpse of the Office 365 email system that will be implemented at K-State:
- Screenshots and details of the Office 365 web app and Outlook clients (K-State Knowledge Base article)
- Short video for Office 365 email and calendar (Microsoft video, 2:21 minutes)
For more information, see K-State’s Office 365 website.
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.
This is your last chance to register for the free IT security training event being held tomorrow, Wednesday, April 13, in the K-State Student Union. This year’s event is 8:30 a.m.-4 pm. and will feature eight break-out sessions. Most sessions will be presented twice. The event is open to all K-State faculty, staff, and students. To attend either the full day or even part of the day, register here.
Note that one of the break-out sessions is the live version of the mandatory “SecureIT@K-State” IT security training. A separate attendance will be taken at that session in order to ensure that attendees receive credit from Human Resources for completing the annual security-training requirement.
A full list of the available sessions are listed below.
Last Friday was the first offering of the live edition of “SecureIT @ Kansas State”, the K-State presentation created to fulfill the requirement that all State of Kansas employees be given cybersecurity training by June 30, 2011.
With 102 employees in attendance, the IT security team considers this first session a great success and will offer two more sessions in December.
While the majority of K-State employees are expected to take the online training that will be available at the end of the semester, these live trainings are a great alternative for employees who would like to be able to ask questions, or who don’t spend the majority of their work time behind a computer.
Noon-1 p.m. Friday, Nov. 5, EDUCAUSE will be conducting a webinar discussing its Campus Computing Project and the two decades of data and analysis it comprises. Those who would like to attend are welcome to come to 401 Hale Library. More information can be found at the event website at net.educause.edu/LIVE1030.
Registration is free, so those who prefer to attend from their office can just follow the above link.
Grade rosters for regular courses will be available in iSIS after 5 p.m. Friday, Dec. 10.
All grades are due by 5 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 21. The deadline to copy grades from K-State Online to iSIS is 4 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 21, which allows sufficient time for back-end processes to complete.
Students will be able to view grades for regular courses in iSIS on Wednesday, Dec. 22.
Will “My Favorites” from iSIS be carried over during the coming upgrade?
The items in My Favorites, which are personally bookmarked iSIS links, will be copied from the current version of iSIS into the upgraded iSIS. However, note the following exceptions, which will not be copied when any My Favorites item:
- No longer exists due to a change in functionality
- Location has been changed
- Name has been changed
For more about My Favorites in iSIS, see the Adding Favorites short video.