Tag: Computing and information technology

UW-Green Bay is the first in Wisconsin to host a ‘Google IgniteCS’ program

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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 […]

Watch for Windows 10 upgrade in computer labs

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 goldmanj@uwgb.edu with questions.

Reminder: Lynda.com training next week

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; […]

Video Training Demo: LYNDA.COM

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. […]

E-mail issues resolved

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 […]

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; […]