Tag: technology

SIS to be offline, temporarily

SIS — the Student Information System — will be unavailable from 4 p.m. Thursday, July 18, until 8 a.m. Monday, July 22. The reason? An upgrade that will allow UW-Green Bay to stay current with new technology and provide enhanced functionality. Students, faculty and staff will be unable to log in to SIS at all […]

Kieper discusses smart phone security with NBC 26

Our own Dave Kieper was featured Monday (May 20) in an NBC 26 news story examining the potential privacy pitfalls of smartphone use. With so many people now relying on smartphones for banking and other sensitive transactions, hackers increasingly are targeting the devices, the story says. “You have that phone and it’s unsecured, boom, very […]

Valentine’s Day brown bag: More to love from Excel

Patricia Theyerl, IT trainer and Help Desk professional with Computing and Information Technology, will lead another CIT brown bag session at noon Thursday (Feb. 14) in IS 1004. “Are you adding or updating information from one database to another? Want to know if “John Doe” is in both spreadsheets or missing from one? You might […]

‘What’s New in Internet Explorer 9’ is rescheduled to Friday

A victim of late January’s snowstorm, the CIT Brown Bag Session “What’s New in Internet Explorer 9?” has been rescheduled to noon Friday (Feb. 8) in Instructional Services 1004. Pat Theyerl will demo what’s new in Internet Explorer 9 and remind us how to clear our browsing histories, set toolbars, and view favorites. Free and […]

Brown Bag Session: ‘What’s New in Internet Explorer 9?’

Trainer Pat Theyerl of CIT will demo what’s new in Internet Explorer 9 this Wednesday (Jan. 30) and remind us how to clear our browsing history, set toolbars, and view favorites. All Brown Bag sessions are at noon in IS 1004. In the meantime, check out the “Explanation Experts” at Common Craft. Common Craft’s 3-minute […]

Blog describes lecture capture, ‘flipped instruction’ at UW-Green Bay

The World of Webcast blog has posted a feature describing how UW-Green Bay students are being “introduced to a new form of learning this semester – flipped instruction, a fancy way of saying that lectures are pre-recorded and watched prior to class so that classroom time can be spent having in-depth discussions about the content.” […]

News you can use: Android wireless and email

Patricia Theyerl, IT trainer and Help Desk professional for CIT, shares the following “how-to” tutorial links for Android phone users. (Note: A Samsung Galaxy Nexus was used to collect the screenshots for these two tutorials, but the directions are very similar to other phone setups.) • How to connect to UWGB Wireless on your Android […]