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Requests from SU departments for telephone and networking changes that need to be completed prior to the start of the fall 2013 semester should be submitted by July 12, 2013.
Peck Hall may be 117 years old, but recent efforts enable it to function as a 21st century facility for Falk College’s Department of Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT). MFT, now with about 70 graduate students in the program, is expected to grow to about 100 students next year, so the work of Falk’s IT team and ITS will be essential to its success.
ITS recommends that users who wish to purchase a new BlackBerry device choose a new BB10 device.
In addition to working space for professional staff and graduate assistants, the new space includes a faculty technology center which allows OLS staff to consult with faculty about their instructional technology needs.
Enrollment Management, in collaboration with SU Publications and Information Technology and Services (ITS), has launched a digital publication meant to inform, excite and comfort new members of the Discovery Program.
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ITS offers an tntensive experience for faculty looking to add online and technology elements to their courses. The Online Learning Services (OLS) group of Information Technology and Services (ITS) will offer its inaugural Summer Institute for Technology-Enhanced Teaching and Learning (SITETL) to be held this summer in two separate week-long sessions in order to accommodate different schedules. The two sessions are planned for May 21-25 and August 6-10.
A modern university needs vast amounts of timely, accurate data to run efficiently. Qualtrics Research Suite is one of the best ways to gather and analyze those data, and starting with a February soft launch, it will gradually become available to all SU faculty, students and staff.
This new implementation of Confluence, called SUshare.syr.edu, will hold information targeted to internal departments and groups and features an easy-to-use interface that makes creating and editing content much simpler than the previous ITS Confluence system.
While it may seem that there hasn’t been much going on with the Network Master Plan (NMP), that couldn’t be further from the truth.
In Carnegie Library, SU is making a leap to the 21st century with a new radio frequency identification (RFID) system from Bibliotheca that gives library staff an eagle-eye view of where all books are at all times, what order they’re in, and perhaps most importantly, whether they’ve been checked out.