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Quarantine Email Folder

You may have seen a new folder called “Quarantine” in your email. And there may have been a message in the folder, but now it’s gone… No, you’re not seeing things! The folder and any messages in it are part

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RDP, VPN, MFA… WTH?

Recently overheard at the ITS Help Desk: To use that program from off campus, you can RDP into the terminal server, but in order to RDP you have to connect through VPN, and that requires that you have MFA set

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Changes to the Ticket System

A recent upgrade to the Ticket System has slightly changed the appearance and process for creating and updating tickets. The primary change is to the updating process, but the display is slightly different for each aspect. Update a Ticket If

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Ransomware Infections on the Rise – COVID-19

We recently received the following information via an announcement from our anti-virus software provider Cisco AMP for Endpoints: The Cisco AMP for Endpoints research team has observed increasing incidences of malicious activity culminating in ransomware. These incidents often begin with

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Fake Charity Websites – COVID-19

KnowBe4, our partner in cybersecurity, have provided suggestions and resources for keeping your accounts safe in these uncertain times. This post, and all of those in this series, are taken directly from their website. Fake charity websites: There has been

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Phishing Scams – Fake Safety Information – COVID-19

KnowBe4, our partner in cybersecurity, have provided suggestions and resources for keeping your accounts safe in these uncertain times. This post, and all of those in this series, are taken directly from their website. Phishing scams – Fake safety information:

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Phishing Scams – Fake Internal Communications – COVID-19

KnowBe4, our partner in cybersecurity, have provided suggestions and resources for keeping your accounts safe in these uncertain times. This post, and all of those in this series, are taken directly from their website. Phishing scams – Fake internal communications:

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Cybersecurity – COVID-19

KnowBe4, our partner in cybersecurity, have provided suggestions and resources for keeping your accounts safe in these uncertain times. This post, and the next several in this series, are taken directly from their website. Watch out for scams! After global

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Introducing Adobe Education Exchange

Interested in furthering your technical and creative skills to benefit your classroom? Adobe Education Exchange is here for you.   Adobe offers 20+ free courses to promote the incorporation of digital technologies into the classroom. These courses fall into three categories:

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Interested in Blended/Hybrid Learning?

If you are a faculty member that is considering moving a course to a blended/hybrid format, with some classes meeting face-to-face and some class time online, then I hope to see you today at the first of a two-part workshop

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Tech Tip: Making Copies with New Copiers

Throughout campus, new copiers are replacing the old ones. The new ones are smaller, but just as powerful. Some functions are slightly different. To make a copy, first you must login to the copier using your ID or username and

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Tech Tip: Atomic Learning Tutorial Videos

Did you know that all faculty, staff and students have access to over 10,000 videos and interactive learning modules? E-Town has a license to Atomic Learning and this resource is full of video resources to enhance your knowledge of technical

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Atomic Learning = 24/7/365 Access to Tutorials

Atomic Learning can give students and faculty in-depth, clear tutorials on a wide range of software and programs. To access Atomic Learning, you must first login on Etown‘s Atomic Learning page at https://www.atomiclearning.com/login/etown using your Jayweb username and password or

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For Faculty: Free Canvas Course about Flipped Learning

Teaching Flipped gives university faculty an introduction to the ins and outs of teaching with a flipped, hybrid, or online MOOC-type classroom. The course will examine what is known versus what is not known in the literature, and where these learning

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Atomic Learning: Ten Ways Faculty Can Use These Videos

E-Town has a campus-wide subscription to Atomic Learning training videos.  This service provides over 10,000 videos on common technology and teaching topics and now also includes web-based assessments for many of the video series.  Are you wondering how other faculty

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