This is the final article for the IT News newsletter (formerly InfoTech Tuesday) at K-State. In early May, information technology news began transitioning to the K-State Today venue (website and email) for employees. The move is essentially complete, and readership on the IT News website is now down to single digits.

  1. To see the latest IT events, deadlines, and announcements, go to the K-State Today website and read the “Technology” section (or use the Technology RSS feed).
  2. To get K-State Today’s daily newsletter email, send a subscription request to vpcm@k-state.edu. Email subscription is open to all, according to Erinn Barcomb-Peterson in the Division of Communications and Marketing.
  3. To find archived IT newsletter articles, use the IT News issue archive (Aug. 19, 2008-June 28, 2011) or the older InfoTech Tuesday archive (Dec. 14, 2001-Aug. 19, 2008).

This ends almost 10 years of the InfoTech Tuesday weekly communications channel at K-State.  The newsletter’s final subscriber base was more than 6,000.

InfoTech Tuesday began publication in December 2001 as a joint effort of the Information Technology Assistance Center (iTAC) and the now-defunct Computing and Network Services. It provided 50 issues per year of IT news for K-Staters and the public, with two weeks off for spring break and the Dec. 25-Jan. 1 holiday break.

Questions about the now-defunct IT newsletter may be sent to executive editor Rebecca Gould (ragou@k-state.edu, 785-532-4928) or managing editor Betsy Edwards (betsy@k-state.edu, 785-532-4932), who both provided primary support throughout the newsletter’s existence.