IT never sleeps. There’s always news to share. Here’s the latest from our digital campus and beyond.
Did you know? Students can check out laptops, video cameras, still cameras, projectors, game systems, audio recorders and more, for classroom and personal use.
Outlook inbox rules can help you "can" spam that evades automatic detection.
Fridays, 9:15am. Jan 28 guest: Brian Yandell, statistics professor and interim director, American Family Insurance Data Science Institute. Feb 4 guest: Interim Vice Chancellor for Finance & Administration Rob Cramer.
These small wireless devices can help you keep track of things or locate lost items. But police departments across the country have started receiving reports of possible unwanted tracking using the devices, or even stalking. Keep yourself safe with these tips from UWPD.
Whether you’re developing new content or jazzing up your existing copy, plain language can improve the overall experience for your readers. Need some expert advice? Join the Center for User Experience for a UW Design Community session.
Recordings of the Information & Technology Leadership Conference (I&TLC 2021) virtual sessions are now available. This year's theme was "Lead with bold IDEAs: Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Access(ibility)."
A panel of UW–Madison experts will answer questions about the spring semester and how the university plans to navigate the continuing COVID-19 situation. Fri, Jan 21, noon-1pm, via YouTube.
Thursdays at 3:30pm via Zoom. Previous spontaneous discussion has included fictional languages, data onomatopoeia, info architecture, travel recommendations, animal facts, hybrid meetings—and, of course, pets!
Interim HRIS Associate Director Scott Nachazel has been selected as the finalist for this human resource information system (HRIS) position. He will give a finalist presentation Jan 18, open to UW–Madison faculty and staff.
Beginning Feb 1, UW–Madison will have the ability to use Webex as a primary team communication app for softphones, meeting and chat.
Effective Jan 11, all UW–Madison Zoom accounts will be required to use a minimum Zoom desktop or mobile application version of 5.6.3 or later. Find out what you need to do to prepare for the change.
Campus IT Events
- January 20Learner Engagement Analytics Dashboard (LEAD): Demo & DiscussionLearn@UW Online Trainings - January 202210:00 AM, Online
- January 20Zoom & Web Conferencing Inside and Outside Your Canvas CourseLearn@UW Online Trainings - January 202211:00 AM, Online
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- January 20Coding Meetup2:30 PM
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- January 25Coding Meetup2:30 PM
- January 27