News: May 2019
The process of changing alumni email routing will resume with small groups in mid-June.
As part of CIT’s continuing efforts to protect the secure data of Cornell faculty, students, and staff, starting Sunday, June 2, 2019, users who change or reset their Cornell NetID passwords will need to authenticate with Two-Step Login. The change will...
For the Cornell Video on Demand Service, Kaltura's Personal Capture tool is fully replacing its older CaptureSpace application.
Angela Mennitto, web communications specialist for Student and Campus Life, was announced as the winner of Cornell’s first annual A11y Award on May 16, kicking off the university’s Celebration of Global...
Adobe is notifying Creative Cloud users that they must update Creative Cloud applications to either the current version or the next-most-recent one.
Support for most aspects of using the Qualtrics survey service is handled by the vendor. Beginning May 13, 2019, it will be necessary to sign in before submitting a help request to Qualtrics. The process is brief and goes through CUWebLogin, so you can...
The University Policy Office (UPO) announces the issuance of the finalized University Policy 5.12, Web Accessibility Standards.
Join the Software Development SIG if you are actively developing software or just interested in software development.
Cecilia Earls, data scientist at CIT, describes how "data analytics can drive decision-making, but to optimize those decisions, stakeholders must couple effective methods with a shared understanding of both the domain and the institutional goals" in EDUCAUSE Review.
Join the #OhMyGAAD 7 Day Challenge to help us spread awareness about the big day.
The COHSEC project, short for Cornell Occupational Health, Safety, and Environmental Compliance, is bringing Cority services to the university.