August 18, 2014

Technology Update for Fall 2014

By Jennifer Paradise

Over the summer there were a number of updates made to the technology on campus. The following information details these changes as they pertain to faculty, staff, and adjuncts, and students. 


Faculty, Staff, and Adjuncts Technology Update Newsletter (584kB)

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New Workshops Announced for Fall

Want a cool new app for use in the classroom? How do you number pages in Word? Sign-up for a workshop at www.svsu.edu/workshops.

Microsoft Office 2013 Roll-out

Office 2013 was installed in all classrooms. Need it in your office? Contact the . Need it at home? Visit svsu.onthehub.com for a discount.

Record your lecture in the classroom or in your office, and share it with your students. Contact the for more information.

We are Test Driving a New LMS: Canvas

Instructure's Canvas is being piloted by a few faculty and adjuncts on campus. Stay tuned for more details!

Time out! Why is my computer locked? (60kB)

After 30 minutes of inactivity, your computer will lock itself. What's the key to unlocking it? Log back in with your username and password.

Have you met Lynda?

A LyndaKiosk is in the Center for Academic Achievement in the Zahnow Library. Students can learn how to use popular software for free with Lynda.

What's the password?

Forgotten passwords can be reset by text message, other email addresses, or using the Google Authenticator. Enroll at www.svsu.edu/changepassword.


Student Technology Update Newsletter (583kB)

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New Open Lab Hours and Locations

Need to work with a computer while on campus? Computer lab locations and schedules are posted online in the campus calendar.

Microsoft Office 365 for students is free!

Everyone likes, "free," right? As a student you can get Office 365 for free on up to 5 devices (e.g. laptop, tablet). Visit svsu.onthehub.com to get started.

Print Documents from the Web

Upload your document online and print when you get to campus. Print stations are conveniently located throughout campus.

Kiosks Now Have Microsoft Office

Computing on-the-go just got easier. The computer kiosks located around campus now have the Microsoft Office Suite installed.

The equipment was upgraded and the ClearPass device management system added to make wireless connectivity faster and more reliable.

Have you met Lynda?

A LyndaKiosk is in the Center for Academic Achievement in the Zahnow Library. Students can learn how to use popular software for free with Lynda.

What's the password?

Forgotten passwords can be reset by text message, other email addresses, or using the Google Authenticator. Enroll at www.svsu.edu/changepassword.