Academic Technologies Fall Update
Welcome back, Beavs!
After a busy summer of behind-the-scenes updates by University Information and Technology’s Academic Technologies staff, we are energized by the bustle that fall term brings with the return of students and faculty to campus.
Campus Labs completely updated the technology in Kidder 028. The presentation technology has been upgraded as well as brand new Dell workstations for the entire room.
Learn@OregonState updated many of the third-party tools inside of Canvas, as well as added Microsoft Teams to Canvas. The addition of Teams enables instructional faculty and staff to create Teams for their Canvas course that follows the permissions already set in Canvas for Instructor and Student roles.
October not only brings PSLs but also Cybersecurity Awareness month. In partnership with OSU’s Office of Information Security, we have pulled together a back-to-school checklist to keep your and your students’ information safe from scammers and cyber-attacks.
UIT – Academic Technologies continues to support instructional faculty and staff with consultations to become more familiar with technology in the scheduled classroom. Submit requests online: Technology Consultation
Bring on the cozy sweaters, football games, and crisp, fall colored leaves!
— Kristina Case, Interim Director for Academic Technologies
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