News: December 2017
Cornell has recently renewed its contract for Adobe Creative Cloud and Acrobat Pro.
The web team behind the new website Experience.Cornell.edu, invites Cornell staff to attend one of several training sessions to become content contributors.
Mail that Microsoft has classified as spam will no longer be forwarded out of Office 365.
This year CIT was able to adopt 24 children for the Cornell Elves Program.
Free workshops for Classroom Technologies including Blackboard, Turnitin, Lecture Capture with Panopto, iClicker, and Electronic Portfolios will be held for faculty during the month of January. Learn more and register.
Please join us on January 9, 2018 for the first ITConnects event of the year. This is a two-part event and builds on themes that came out of the 2017 MOR Leaders Conference.
On Thursday, November 30, 2017, Rajesh Bhaskaran, Ph.D., Swanson Director of Engineering Simulation, Sibley School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, presented to the IT@Cornell community on how he is using Amazon AppStream in the classroom.
Cornell is committed to making its websites accessible to everyone. Siteimprove Priority helps you strategize and strengthen your web accessibility focus. Siteimprove will now also let you recrawl your site outside of the set schedule of every five days.
Custom Web Development has created a guide outlining the web hosting options available at Cornell.
At the CIT meeting on December 1, a food event broadened cultural horizons.
Cornell’s Box storage and collaboration service is now able to preview PostScript files in the Box web interface.
Criminals spam people throughout the holidays with the hopes that the right email subject line will trick someone.
If you have used technology in an interesting way to teach your course, do research, or have found a unique way to use existing technology, we would like to hear your story.
Video on Demand lets users add captions using Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR). This is available to any user of the Video on Demand service.
On Friday, December 1, 2017, Dave Lifka, vice president and chief information officer for Cornell, welcomed the newest members of CIT. As part of a reorganization effort, 17 IT staff from Infrastructure, Properties, and Planning have joined the CIT team.
The next CU Women Lead meeting will take place in 142 Goldwin Smith Hall on Tuesday, December 5, from noon to 1:00pm. This brown bag event will be a discussion of the new Cornell mentoring tool. You will have an opportunity to learn about its functionality and features, set up your profile,...
New features are available in Box Notes.