This fall term, we are offering a couple of new training sessions and a couple of favorites. From DocuSign to Excel to Sitecore, we got you covered. Of course, we still offer our training on-demand. Continue reading Technology Training Schedule for Fall Term Announced
The new term is upon us, and as a faculty member, you might be feeling overwhelmed. At OIT, we have dozens of people and resources to help you get going and provide a little relief.
We recently discussed on IT Connect, our IT Help Desk is your best option for timely support with your tech support questions. Whether it is in person, on the phone, or via chat, we are here to help. All the Help Desk staff are HDI certified and committed to providing exceptional service.
Of course, if you are running into technical difficulties during a class, we recommend Continue reading Faculty Support and Resources for the Fall Term
Our Canvas Boot Camps for this Fall 2022 term have been a great success! We thank each and every one of you that have attended and hope the session provided great info and insights to take your Canvas courses to the next level. If you missed any of the sessions, or simply want a refresher, we now have Boot Camp sessions available on-demand. Check out the links below to view the recordings. Continue reading Canvas Boot Camp Sessions Now Available On-Demand!
This fall term, OIT’s Research and Data Science Services Team, in coordination with the Center for Research Computing and the Data Science Institute, is offering several free workshops to the SMU community.
All workshops are 10-12 in Ford Hall 124 unless otherwise noted. No registration is required, just walk right in. Continue reading Research and Data Science Services Offer Free Workshops this Fall
The work to continuously improve the speed and quality of our network infrastructure never ends, and the summer is the perfect time for a refresh. As part of our technology repairs and improvements in the lead-up to a new academic year, new wireless access points (APs) have been deployed in several locations on campus. Continue reading New Wireless Access Points Beef Up Signals in Commons