The University of Wisconsin System has adopted two policies that will govern the Acceptable Use for Information Technology Resources at UW-Green Bay. All students, employees and guests are bound by these policies. Learn more about the Policy on Use of University Information Technology Resources or the UW System Administrative Policy 1034: Information Security: Acceptable Use. These policies supersede and […]
Assistant Prof. Ankur Chattopadhyay (Information & Computing Sciences) and Susan Gallagher-Lepak (Dean of the College of Health, Education and Social Welfare), met with Microsoft’s Technology Education and Literacy in Schools (TEALS) program founder Kevin Wang and Midwest region manager Greg Teschner, as well as Kathleen Gallagher, executive director of the Milwaukee Institute. The mission of the TEALS program […]
The Firefox web browser will no longer work for accessing Remote Desktop due to a security change. PC users will need to use Internet Explorer and Mac users will need to use Safari. Staff in Computing & Information Technology have been working with UWGB’s Remote Desktop vendor and hope to have a solution in place […]
Funds will be used to teach computing to underrepresented youth UW-Green Bay (UWGB) Assistant Prof. Ankur Chattopadhyay, Information and Computing Sciences (ICS), and his team of highly motivated students, in partnership with Phuture Phoenix, received the IgniteCS award by Google. Through this award, this team is partnering with Google to start a community outreach program […]
Campus mourns the loss of UW-Green Bay longtime employee Elaine Capelle. She was a program assistant in Computing and Information Technology and retired in 1999 after more than 30 years of service. Both on campus and off, Elaine lived a life of service beautifully and extensively described in an obituary that can be found here.
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 […]
This summer, CIT will be deploying Windows 10 to the general access campus computer labs in the Instructional Services building and the Cofrin Library. The upgrade will be done sometime after the spring semester ends. No staff/office machines are being upgraded at this point. Contact Josh Goldman email@example.com with questions.
Next week is your chance for a video training demo: Lynda.com — from 11:30 a.m. to Noon in the 1965 Room of the University Union. Lynda is FREE for UWGB! Learn more about features like bookmarks, playlists, exercise files, and more. Have a look at the most recently viewed courses at UWGB! New skills are calling; […]
Lynda is FREE for UWGB! Bring your lunch and attend a 30-minute demo on Lynda.com from 11:30 to Noon, March 23 in the 1965 Room, University Union. Find out what Lynda has to offer including software training, first looks at up-and-coming technologies, documentaries, and full courses on critical business skills and techniques for creative pros. […]
Information Services Division staff report that they have resolved the major issues that have been causing frustration for some campus users over the past few weeks. These include search failures in Outlook Web Access, intermittent mail delivery failures to off campus email addresses, and start-up issues for Outlook. An upgrade was installed last week that fixed those […]