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U4ia Corrupted Files

U4ia Corrupted Files

ASK IT form questions & comments: From faculty member Barbara Burger: I teach U4ia but we know this happens to students of other programs.  It may be worse with U4ia because it’s older and less flexible.  The problem is corrupted files.  A student can save a file fine to their flash drive, Y drive or […]

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The Scoop on Faculty & Staff Software Requests

The Scoop on Faculty & Staff Software Requests

One of the most frequent questions that I get at this time of year from faculty is about how to obtain a copy of a piece of software for either their office or home computer to aid in their teaching.  SO… I thought to outline the process below. Microsoft Office for both Windows and Mac: […]

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Ask IT Q&A with student Jennifer Reminick on C307

Ask IT Q&A with student Jennifer Reminick on C307

“Ask IT” Question: The electronic lock on the door to c307 needs to be replaced. The teachers have a hard time opening it, and so do the security guards. My teacher Sean Sullivan does not even have a card for the room. We have wasted hours of his class as security try to open the […]

December 14, 2009 | By | Reply More
Academic Skills Tutoring Center Partnership with Academic Computing Center

Academic Skills Tutoring Center Partnership with Academic Computing Center

Tutoring– an important component of an undergraduate education– has always been the means by which an institution provides students with the opportunity to seek help on a one-on-one basis or in a small group. The academic setting in which the tutor and the student(s) meet can often play a defining role in how this relationship […]

November 23, 2009 | By | Reply More
Faculty Highlight: Capture Software in The Academic Computing Center

Faculty Highlight: Capture Software in The Academic Computing Center

More than ever, faculty are challenged to keep up with the ever-increasing number of students who move through life on a wave of digital imagery. Fortunately, all over the world, tools like Camtasia Studio and SnapZ pro are becoming more and more prevalent in higher education. These software applications allow users to capture a computer […]

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