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The WebSSO Modernization Project, which includes retiring CUWebAuth and migrating to Shibboleth, has continued with a focus on customer support. As a reminder, the service retirement deadline is effective October 1, 2021. At that time, CUWebAuth will be decommissioned and turned off.

Effective July 1, 2021, basic service for both voice and data are now considered common utilities and are covered by the university Cost Allocation Model (CAM). Along with these funding model changes, Cornell is working to provide a new cloud-based phone...

Siteimprove, the tool used at Cornell to check for web accessibility issues, will be updated to use Accessibility NextGen on August 27, 2021. Some of the most important changes include setting a new site target, potential issues, changes to how sites are scored, and new tools to check...

Are you looking for help on some of the most-requested IT topics at Cornell? We have rounded up last week’s top ten requested topics below. For each, check out the links to documentation designed to help you out.

A diverse and inclusive workforce is a business and human imperative: Everyone can play an active role in fostering diversity, equity, and inclusivity. Cornell students, faculty, and staff have access to free online training via Skillsoft at Cornell.Skillport.com.

As the university moves forward into the Fall 2021 semester, Zoom will continue to be an important part of the lives of students, faculty, and staff. Be sure you are prepared for online collaboration by reviewing these important tips.

CU Print has successfully launched at Cornell, replacing Net-Print as the campus printing service. The CU Print service represents a renewed commitment to sustainable printing at Cornell. When the fall semester begins, students will have a fully streamlined experience across printers, fees,...

Seven suppliers have been granted new contracts to provide captioning services to Cornell. The contracts  These contracts accommodate Cornell’s requirements for insurance, indemnification, web accessibility, and European Union General Data...

Starting August 8, 2021, Cornell Zoom accounts will allow users to create optional gender pronouns in their profiles. A new “Pronouns” field will let users enter set of personal pronouns, such as “she / her / hers,” which can be shared with others during meetings and webinars...

Web accessibility continues to be a top priority at Cornell University. If you are involved with university websites in any way, or supervise individuals who are, please note these upcoming changes:

  1. The university compliance standard for web accessibility is changing to WCAG
  2. ...

The WebSSO Modernization Project, which includes retiring CUWebAuth and migrating to Shibboleth, is moving forward with a focus on customer support to help expedite the migration process. As a reminder, the service retirement deadline is effective October 1, 2021. At that time, CUWebAuth will...

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