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El Capitan is available for campus installation!

This is for Mac users only. Thank you for your patience. We have tested and corrected what we found that didn’t work with the campus network. We have the El Capitan version of Symantec Antivirus now so you can be safer online. The instructions and download are available from this Google Drive folder. The ReadMe document contains the detailed, step-by-step directions. They aren’t too difficult, but please remember to check the requirements below and BACKUP your data just in case. Installation Requirements for Upgrade to El Capitan (OS X 10.11) Connected to campus wired network (won’t work on wireless) Campus owned Apple computer running OS X 10.6.8 or later Meet the minimum system requirements for OS X 10.11 Any files you can’t live without are backed up! As usual, if you run into problems, please contact the Help Desk... read more

Support for Lecture Capture and Podcasting

IT offers lecture capture and podcasting support for instructors wishing to record their lectures in the classroom. Most instructors record the contents of their computer screen and the audio of their lecture. Lecture capture is easy, quick, and beneficial to students. To get started using Relay for lecture capture or to have a profile added for Fall 2015, complete and submit a setup request form. Here are a few benefits of recording your lectures and uploading them with Relay. All files are stored in a powerful media management system. There is no need to download iTunes, as you can add the video to D2L or any webpage. IT can place a feed of your content directly to the homepage of your D2L course, so all you have to do is upload them after you finish recording.  Files can be recorded and uploaded from Windows, Mac, iOS, and Android computers and mobile devices. Please feel free to contact us with any questions you may have. We would be happy to show you a demonstration of the different ways to capture your content and explain the process in more detail. If you wish to stop by, we are located in Polk 5, otherwise feel free to send any questions via email to me, Liz Bannenberg,... read more

Phishing Email Alert

We’ve been made aware of emails being sent to campus addresses with links that are most likely not safe to click on. The links vary, but the text looks like this: Hello! Important message, visit <link>   Please delete any messages like this that you receive. The IT department is working on blocking malicious sources but it is a constantly changing target. If you clicked on a link like this, you should check your computer for viruses. For assistance, Throughout the semester we will share tips for safe computing, to keep your computers and your friends safe from malicious intent. For now, please be careful to delete emails that look odd or unexpected, do not reply to them or click links. Thank you and surf... read more