The ITSS classroom team has been productive in a number of areas.
Technology news for UMD faculty, staff and students
September 2014 Archives
Web Accessibility Training
Learn Web accessibility with instructor-led online courses.
What's the Latest Scoop on Drupal at UMD?
Designs are being finalized. A process for requesting a Drupal site and coordinating with external consultants is in place. And training is available.
Printer Migration to Private IP Space = More Security
To reduce and/or eliminate security issues, ITSS is migrating all UMD printers to private IP space.
Read&Write Gold Learning Technology Suite
UMD students, faculty and staff have access to Read&Write Gold software, which has the capability to help improve learning for everyone regardless of ability or learning style.
Wireless Heat Map Project
Last fall the ITSS Network Team began a rather large undertaking of mapping wireless coverage for all of UMD campus and remote sites.
Educational Technology Changes
Moodle Quickmail and Google Course Groups replace email aliases. Scantron exams and course evaluations are now supported by different ITSS staff members.
eduroam Replaces UMD-Secure Wireless
Phishing and Password Security: Anatomy of an Email Slowdown
Compromised email accounts were the culprit in last summer's email slowdown.
IP Phone Upgrades
ITSS continues to convert to Internet Protocol (IP) phones across campus.
Communities of Practice and Information Technology Priorities
Enterprise Systems Upgrade Program, Information Security, and Video & Collaboration are the 2014-2015 priorities.
Developments in Student Computing
From new hardware and software to partnership labs, learn what's up in the ITSS computer labs.
Multimedia Hub Update
The Hub continues to be in high demand by the University of Minnesota Duluth community.