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Blackboard Upgrade, May 23

May 21, 2015

Blackboard will be upgraded to a new version on May 23. Blackboard upgrade information can be found along the top menu in Blackboard. Please note Blackboard will be inaccessible for up to 24 hours starting on May 23 at 12:01 … Continue reading

Are You Interested In Your Google Search History?

May 20, 2015

Here’s a link. history.google.com/history If you are interested in what additional information Google maintains, you can turn on your Google Dashboard Report. Once a month Google will send a link to view your report. I was surprised to see not … Continue reading

Desktop Computer Sale

May 20, 2015

Old computers no longer needed by the University are for sale. These computers are at least 3 years old and are not needed due to reductions in inventory and other efficiencies. If you would like to purchase one or more … Continue reading

Blackboard Upgrade Coming Soon

May 07, 2015

Blackboard will be upgraded on May 23. Upgrade Information can be found along the top menu in Blackboard. Beginning in May 2015, ATS will begin archiving older courses. Our current procedure is to keep four past terms on Blackboard. After … Continue reading

Strategy Showcase–Using Screen Casting to Support Student Learning

Apr 21, 2015

Join us for a special Strategy Showcase on how to utilize screen casting to create tutorials for your students or to capture key learning objectives for student mastery. This Strategy Showcase will be offered: Monday, May 11 1 p.m. to … Continue reading

Roosevelt Laptop Users – Your Action Requested

Apr 21, 2015

As part of our efforts to increase the security of Roosevelt data we implemented a laptop encryption program. Using software, laptop hard drives are encrypted so that in the event of loss or theft any data on the hard drive … Continue reading

Faculty Technology Focus Guide

Apr 21, 2015

The latest edition of the FTF Guide offers a quick resource to enhance collaboration in your classes with technology. Effective student collaboration can be a powerful tool to enhance students’ mastery of course content, motivation and persistence in problem solving. … Continue reading

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