The TLT Center is hosting a variety of virtual workshops to help faculty in preparing to teach remotely.
Updates, News and Events
The Department of Information Technology has a few tips and tricks to keep your computer and your data in the best shape.
Two levels of the Online Teaching Certificate series of workshops will be offered this semester.
Students are facing an extended staycation, with lots of free time on their hands. Many faculty and staff will also have a slower pace of work between semesters. So what’s a Pirate to do with so much downtime until the new semester begins?
Beginning January 31, 2022, the Department of Information Technology will decommission all existing network shared drives and migrate the data to SharePoint.
Join us for an intensive bootcamp to jump-start the new year! We’ve created three days of hands-on workshops designed to provide you with the tools and skills you need to have a successful semester.
Your Christmas won't be as merry if you're targeted by a phishing attack. Protect your holiday cheer by watching out for these scams.
For the best experience, and to avoid any issues with syncing, you will need to update to the latest version.
The Challenge will host 14 schools from the two athletic conferences competing head-to-head, one conference against the other.
Beginning November 18th, a new version of the PDF tool will be available to university-issued computers.
New features this month include updates to Breakout Rooms, Powerpoint, Chats, and more.
After an upset win over undefeated Northwood Blue, the Pirates rank 10th nationally and fourth in the East in the national Collegiate Rocket League (CRL).