Archive for October, 2010

Need to surplus an IT item? Please practice proper procedures

Currently, many colleges and departments are needing to surplus IT assets such as computers and monitors. Take a couple of minutes to learn the correct way to surplus IT items at WCU.

CIO gives update on governance and prioritization process, organizational changes

In this semester’s CIO perspective, I’d like to update you on two items: 1) the establishment of the IT governance and prioritization process and 2) some organizational updates that have occurred in IT.

Tour the Technology Commons — from the comfort of your computer

If you haven’t yet visited the Technology Commons, now’s your chance! Press “play” and get your very own guided video tour.

IT to roll out self-service password manager for faculty and staff

After a successful summer pilot, the Division of Information Technology (DoIT) is pleased to announce the roll out later this fall of the self-service password manager for WCU faculty and staff.

IT responds to news services’ critical broadcasting needs

IT staff members lend a helping hand to WCU’s news services team as MSNBC and CNN request interviews via Skype.

Update on classroom equipment standardization

In an effort to increase the functionality and usability of WCU classrooms, IT’s instructional and student computing team has been hard at work updating and standardizing demonstration classrooms.

Class TIPS offers variety of support to students, faculty

What can Class TIPS do for you? From eBriefcase and open-attendance workshops to one-on-one and small group assistance, we provide WCU students with the software support they need.

LMS team presents update on Blackboard 9.1

If the Learning Management System (LMS) team wrote about their summer adventure, it would read something like this …

How to get IT help online

Want to get IT help online? Two options are available to you.

Connecting to campus: academic engagement and IT governance

As the Division of Information Technology (DoIT) reorganizes to better serve faculty, staff and students, the Department of Academic Engagement and IT Governance has been established.