SMU Libraries has teamed up again with the Office of Information Technology’s Research and Data Science Services Team for “Love Data Week.” This series of workshops, sponsored by the Research and Scholarly Initiatives Team, is targeted toward anyone with a burgeoning interest in the data sciences, all the way up to the most seasoned researchers. You can find the schedule of workshops, starting on February 13th, below.
Continue reading Love Data Week Returns for 2023
STABLE has been in service for room and event reservation and management for a few weeks now, and we recently held an online Q&A session and demo for those of us who will be using STABLE frequently to request and manage rooms and events within them.
If you happened to miss this webinar, don’t fret—we have recorded it for your viewing pleasure. Take a look! Continue reading Recent Webinar Outlines STABLE Essentials for Rooms & Events
We would like to take a moment and update you on our Appspace Digital Signage Upgrade Project.
In July, we completed the server upgrade and hosted a webinar on What’s new in Appspace 6. If you missed the webinar, a recording is available by clicking the link below. Continue reading Appspace Digital Signage Update: September 2018
Starting at 9 a.m. on July 23, 2018, the server for the campus digital signage, appspace.smu.edu, will be updated to the current version of Appspace for on-premises environments. Content on the digital signage will not be able to be modified during the server upgrade. The upgrade is expected to be complete by Noon. Continue reading Appspace Upgrade & “What’s New” Webinar Coming Soon
Whether you work in an office, a classroom, or a study room, meetings can take up a lot of your time. Video conferencing solutions have been around for many years and have helped make meetings less of a production and more about getting things done.
SMU now offers video conference services to all students, faculty, and staff with Zoom! Instead of having to go to a special room with confusing specialty hardware; anyone with a laptop, smartphone, or tablet can start or join a meeting with anyone in the world. You can also share your computer screen for presentations and chat via text, audio, or video with your attendees.
Getting started is super easy. Just head to smu.edu/zoom and click the log in button! Once there, you can download Zoom’s software to your computer or mobile device and start meeting. If you need any pointers on how to get started, Zoom provides excellent documents and videos to help.
So next time you need to organize a business meeting, study group, or online presentation, give Zoom a try!