Many faculty, staff, and students found phishing scams in their inbox this week.
Last fall, OIT began rolling out Instructure Canvas to replace Blackboard Learn as the campus’s learning management system.
Over the next year, all faculty, staff, and student employees using university computing equipment will be required to complete a brief survey identifying the types of information on your university-owned equipment.
The Office of Information Technology will be making infrastructure improvements from 10 p.m. Sunday, January 15, to 2 a.m. Monday, January 16. During this time, most of our core services will experience interruptions.
In June, the Office of Information Technology (OIT) and the Office of Disability Services (ODS) offered a Summer Accessibility Workshop program that helped about 40 instructors learn to make their class materials more accessible to all students. This fall, you can experience the same workshops on Thursdays from 1-3 p.m. now through November 10. You
Respondus LockDown Browser and Respondus Monitor are available to faculty and students.
In May, UT signed a new contract with Adobe for Creative Cloud, Captivate, and Presenter. The new contract licensing for Creative Cloud is based on specific, named users, and requires UT to assign licenses to specific employees for all products.
One of the many improvements occurring across campus is the implementation of a new building access management system called Gallagher.
The Information Security Office has enabled the campus information security awareness training program, “Securing the Human.”
Planning that long overdue beach vacation this summer? Instructions for setting an automatic reply to incoming e-mail message are available in the OIT Knowledge Base.