In recent weeks, OIT has received several calls about important email messages or deadlines that have been missed because emails have been sorted into the Clutter folder.
OIT is happy to announce that Microsoft has partnered with the Kivuto WebStore to provide faculty and staff the ability to purchase Windows Operating Systems and the Microsoft Office Suite for personally owned computers at a significant discount.
More than 200 classrooms across campus have technology enhancements, which include touch-panel controls for system components, computer display via projector, and in most cases a high-quality document camera and interactive devices
Have you ever considered how you read a Word document? Research shows that readers scan the content and jump forward to the information that seems most important, glancing through the images, graphs, and tables to quickly make sense of the visuals. But, what if the reader is dependent on an assistive device, such as a screen reader that
With each venture into online education, faculty need greater access to tools for creating and sharing video content. One of many ways OIT Digital Media Services assists faculty with their video needs is the My Mediasite video portal.
The Accessibility Checker is a tool provided in Microsoft Office for Windows that checks your document for possible issues that people with disabilities may experience when viewing your Word, PowerPoint, or Excel file.
Microsoft is ending support for Internet Explorer 8, 9, and 10 today.
A new service from the Office of Information Technology allows you to text “UTKwifi” followed by your building and room number information to 55000 to report areas on campus where there may be issues with the wireless network.
Among the recent upgrades to the UT Alert mass notification system is the new Alertus desktop notification system. Once they have installed the system, faculty, staff, and students will receive the same message sent through the UT Alert mass notification system on their computer monitor.
Brightspace Desire2Learn will present its demonstration in two sessions at 8:30–10:00 a.m. and 1:30–3:00 p.m. Wednesday, December 2, in Room 213, Hodges Library.