Tag: Computing and information technology

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, […]

Reminder: Connect your device to Eduroam

In the past, those using wireless devices (iPads, smart phones, laptops, etc.) connected to a wireless network UWGB Wireless.  You will now need to connect your device to the wireless network Eduroam. When prompted for your username, be sure to use your complete email address, with the @uwgb.edu and campus password.  Detailed instructions for connecting […]

Workshop: ‘OneDrive for Business’

Pat Theyerl is again offering a hands-on “OneDrive for Business” workshop this week Thursday, March 19, 2:00-3:00 p.m. Attendees will learn how to use Office 365, create folders, upload files, and share those files with people on and off campus. (OneDrive for Business and SharePoint will eventually replace GBShare.) Email Pat Theyerl (theyerlp@uwgb.edu) if you’re […]

Friday workshop: ‘OneDrive for Business’ 

Trainer Pat Theyerl of CIT is again offering a hands-on “OneDrive for Business” workshop this week Friday (Feb. 27) from 1 to 2 p.m. Attendees will learn how to use Office 365, create folders, upload files, and share those files with people on and off campus. (OneDrive for Business and SharePoint will eventually replace GBShare.) […]

Online Educational Videos – Workshop Planned

UW-Green Bay’s Technical Trainer, Pat Theyerl, is eager to share a variety of Lynda.com video tutorials with the faculty, staff and students of UW-Green Bay. Here are just a couple of hundreds of topics covered: Career Development: Developing an ‘Elevator Pitch’; Principles of Animation (Squash and Stretch); Photography: Proper use of Backlight; Photoshop: Photo Correction; […]

Webcam? Here’s your chance to order

Computing and Information Technology has Logitech c270 webcams with built-in microphones for sale to campus users for the price of $28 each. The CIT Helpdesk will handle the webcam purchases, but they request that you email (instead of phone) the order to them at helpdesk@uwgb.edu with the following information to be processed on a first-come, […]

Near-perfect pace wins CIT’s Blihar a turkey

The Green Bay Running Club holds an annual run the weekend before Thanksgiving, the Turkey Predictor Run, in which competitors predict the exact time they’ll require to complete a three-mile course and then, without benefit of any watches or electronic devices, see who comes closest. In a field of nearly 50 runners, UW-Green Bay’s own […]

Warning on bogus email ‘warnings’

UW-Green Bay’s IT security officer and network manager David Kieper recently distributed an advisory warning campuswide about the recent spate of potentially dangerous email messages (spam, of course) advising users that their email storage is over capacity or their accounts are expiring. Kieper’s message is worth repeating here, for benefit of out off-campus Log readers. […]

More from Fox 11: Kieper talks security following Michaels breach

UW-Green Bay Deputy Chief Information Officer David Kieper has received numerous media inquiries as of late, as information security issues continue to make local and national news. On Friday (April 18), he spoke with Fox 11’s Gabrielle Mays about the recent security breach at Michaels craft stores. “The hackers, the bad guys, managed to get […]