Monthly Archives: September 2014

Faculty and Staff Websites

Did you know that Elizabethtown College Faculty and Staff can create personal websites? The Office of Marketing and Communications offers this service along with a pre-designed free WordPress template. If you need help working on your website, there are periodic

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Posted in Computer Tips, Home Page, Training, Uncategorized

How to Not Back Up Those Embarrassing Selfies

Do you have a lot of personal pictures on your devices? Do you know where they’re stored? A majority of smartphone users have no idea that their device is automatically backing up these photos by putting copies of them in

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Posted in Computer Tips, Home Page, Phone Tips, Web Tips

Why Wireless Printers and Routers Aren’t Allowed on Campus

Every year some students bring wireless printers or routers on campus hoping to use them. However, attempting to set up these devices interferes with the campus wireless network and can affect not only your devices but those of students around

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Posted in Home Page, New Student Tips

New Renewal Process for Student Clubs

Clubs, both new and existing, will now register through JayWeb for the school year. Each year between April 1st and September 22nd, clubs will be required to register and Student Senate will process the registrations for approval and constitution review.

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Posted in Home Page, New Student Tips

Netiquette

Netiquette is definitely a relatively new concept and it can be hard to tell how you’re supposed to address others online (especially your professors) and what the rules are for communicating. In general it is best to be polite and

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Etown’s Top 10 Apps for Students

Whether you’re taking notes in class or reviewing for a quiz, apps can be very useful for helping you learn. Here’s Etown’s 2014 List of Top 10 Apps for Students: Dictionary.com Dictionary & Thesaurus¬† This handy app not only offers

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Posted in Home Page, New Student Tips

VPN from Home

VPN, or Virtual Private Network, allows users to access their network folders and files from off campus by using remote access. Resources you can access include public/private folders, Jenzabar, and class folders. By using an encrypted channel to communicate with

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Posted in Computer Tips, Home Page

Office 2013 at Home (For Faculty and Staff)

Office 2013 is now available for full time college employees who already use Office programs on their  office work computers  and would like to use it at home. This special offer allows for the download of Office 2013 on a

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Etown’s Top 10 Apps for Instructors and Staff

Whether you’re making notes for a lecture or using a virtual whiteboard in class, apps can be very useful for helping you teach. They can also be helpful when working in office. Here’s Etown’s 2014 List of Top 10 Apps

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Posted in Home Page, Teaching and Learning

Excel – Zoom In and Out of Worksheet View

Are you having trouble seeing the data in your Excel worksheet? There’s an easy solution. If you’d rather see as much of the worksheet as possible on one screen, there’s a solution for that too. Zooming in and out can

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Posted in Computer Tips, Home Page, Office 2013