Tag: CIT

Thanks to UW-Green Bay, the book thieves have been arrested

It was excellent work by UW-Green Bay’s Information Technology and UW-Green Bay Police that helped captured the book thieves that not only broke into locked offices at UW-Green Bay but stole thousands of dollars worth of textbooks at other colleges and universities in the Midwest. Local media is covering the breaking news: UWGB textbook thieves […]

GreenBayPhoenix.com has a new look

Green Bay Phoenix Athletics announces the launch of its new GreenBayPhoenix.com site design. “We have spent the past month on the new site, transferring files, updating graphics, updating bios, old pages, links, logos, etc.,” explained Joey Daniels, Green Bay Phoenix Athletics Director of Strategic Communications. “The new site is cleaner, fresher and is flat- out […]

Upcoming computer workshop

With a peaking interest in cloud technologies, the UW-Green Bay’s Computing and Information Technology (CIT) department has constructed a one-hour workshop on OneDrive for business and Sharepoint. The workshop is free and open to all UWGB students, faculty and staff, and will be conveniently held multiple times throughout October. To view the schedule and enroll […]

A shout-out to CIT for fixing D2L glitch (on a Packers Sunday!)

Prof. Susan Gallagher-Lepak of Nursing, who headlined last week’s anniversary lecture series with a talk on ‘E-Learning,” shared a message via email yesterday for the Log and its readers: Thanks to Josh Goldman who came into the office and worked to sort out a problem with the online learning platform (D2L) during the Packers game, […]

CIT training on MS Excel called useful for even advanced users

Patricia Theyerl, the campuswide technical training specialist for CIT, is promoting instruction in “MS Excel: Advanced Formatting Techniques (for Intermediate and Advanced Excel Users.”  Even an advanced Excel user occasionally has trouble manipulating the data within their spreadsheets, she says. (Examples? retaining leading zeros, parsing data in cells, combining data from multiple cells, drawing attention […]

November’s CIT workshops… and a reminder on the former ‘GBShare’


Follow the link below to see a list of CIT’s November workshops. Workshops have been scheduled for the new Cloud Technology: One Drive for Business and SharePoint. Cloud Technologies allow users to access files from any computer, on or off campus. CIT’s Technical Trainer reminds everyone that GBShare is a discontinued application and sharing documents […]

More CIT workshops


Two more workshops have been scheduled for the new Cloud Technology: One Drive for Business. Cloud Technologies allow users to access files from any computer, on or off campus. CIT’s Technical Trainer reminds everyone that GBShare is a discontinued application and sharing documents with non-UWGB individuals can now be accomplished with One Drive for Business. […]

This week’s Cloud Technology workshop reminder

UW-Green Bay uses Microsoft’s Cloud Technologies: “Office 365 and One Drive for Business.” Participants in CIT’s workshop will have hands-on opportunity to explore One Drive for Business. User will create folders, upload files, and share those files with people on and off campus. (OneDrive for Business and SharePoint will eventually replace GBShare.) The workshop will […]