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Patrice Prusko, an instructional designer in Academic Technologies, is one of four instructors of a new Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) entitled “Humanizing Online Instruction: The #HumanMOOC.” This 4-week MOOC begins November 14 and is made available on the Canvas Open Network.

Much of the material highlighted so far for National Cyber Security Awareness Month has been aimed at people who use computers, electronic devices, and online services. It’s also a vital issue for the developers who build the websites, and Cornell’s subscription to Lynda.com online training...

On Monday October 17, Smart IT will be available for Remedy users. Remedy's Smart IT is an alternative interface tor technical support providers to use in the Remedy On Demand system. This can be used on the desktop/laptop as well as hand held devices like smartphones and tablets.  

At the beginning of October Crestron, Cornell's preferred supplier for audio/video hardware and software, hosted an on campus training for Cornell AV staff across the university.

IT support providers should make sure that the people they work with know that Cornell and fellow educational institutions are on cybercriminals’ radar. In particular, of all industries, education is the one most heavily hit by ransomware, where a computer is taken over until a ransom is paid...

It's possible that in the aftermath of the damage Hurricane Matthew creates in Haiti and Florida, you may receive phishing emails, or see websites, ads, and other media created by scammers trying to take advantage of the tragedy. 

Introduction to Drupal Nov. 3 is designed to get students familiar with Drupal.

Microsoft SharePoint Online - Level 2 (Site Owners)
Nov. 1 is designed for individuals who will serve as SharePoint Online Site Owners.

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Cornell Information Technologies is part of the the Alliance for Diversity and Inclusion (ADI), which represents the diversity planning efforts of multiple university divisions and units. ADI and its programs support the university’s “Toward New Destinations” institutional diversity planning...

Most computer breaches are the result of errors in personal choices, uninformed computer practices, and incautious data handling procedures. Everyone has the responsibility to protect Cornell data on any computer used for Cornell work.

October has arrived, and that means we’re once again in the midst of Cyber Security awareness month, with a proclamation from the White House underscoring the significance of the event. The announcement highlights how the current "Stop.Think.Connect." campaign aims to increase awareness of...

Cornell DrupalCamp will be held next week, on Friday, October 7. An optional half-day Code Sprint or half-day Drupal Basics, will be held October 6. Registration is still open, but space is limited. Drupal Basics only has a few spots left.

If you would like to share thoughts, ideas, experiences, or ask a question about encryption on Macs, PCs, or other devices, you can visit a Yammer group set up for just that purpose.

October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM), and we'll be posting information throughout the month from Homeland Security and other online security experts. This year, Cornell is a NCSAM Champion, and it’s a good opportunity to think about how much we depend upon the Internet...

In the spring of 2017, the university will begin implementing Concur, a one-stop, web-based, leading-edge travel solution that enables users to address all travel-related tasks, from booking reservations to filing for reimbursements.

Microsoft has removed Outlook 2011 for Mac from the Office 365 Portal and announced that the email and calendar application will no longer be supported as of October 2017. For these reasons, and to focus support resources where there is greatest demand, as of March 31, 2017, Outlook 2011 for...

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