The Project Portfolio Office has pleased to introduce the PPO dashboard, an at-a-glance overview of the projects currently being tracked by the PPO.
Effective June 18, 2013, ITServices will be discontinuing dial-up service. Over the years, the use of dial-up service has been declining and there is an increasing number of alternate service providers available in the local area. This change will enable ITServices to realign resources toward more value added service offerings.
Recycle IT Games took place Tuesday, March 5, 2013 and was a great success!
ITServices is looking for a few Queen's students who are interested in working on web content this summer.
Each year, the New Media Consortium (NMC) collaborates with experts from around the world to predict trends in global emerging technologies. This year's NMC has teamed with EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI) and has released the 2013 NMC Horizon Report.
Drop off your e-waste at the first ever Recycle IT Games, and play games to win prizes!
As of Wednesday, February 13, 2013, the IT Support Centre will be extending its telephone support hours to 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.
There will be a planned network outage on Saturday, February 16, 2013, from 4:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
On Saturday, January 26, undergraduate students were successfully migrated to Microsoft O365.
Georgia Tech "Cyber Security Threat Report" summarizes top security threats of 2013.
Undergraduate student email is migrating to Microsoft Office 365 on Saturday, January 26, 2012 at 12:01am.
From time to time we experience unplanned system or service outages that cause a significant disruption to normal operations. In these instances, ITServices will produce an Incident Report that summarizes the issue and resulting action items.
For Winter Term 2013, ITServices will be offering small, informal Electronic Classroom Information Sessions.
In April 2012, Queen's faculty and staff were invited to complete a Customer Satisfaction Survey. The results of the survey are now available.
Gartner Inc., a leader in information technology research, has predicted the top ten strategic technology trends for next year.
Queen's has been ranked at the top of medium-sized universities for student satisfaction with technology in the Globe and Mail's "Canadian University Report".
What Do Technology Experts Agree Higher Education Will Adopt This Year?
Find out when Electronic Classroom Information Sessions will be held for faculty members for Fall Term 2012.
You are cordially invited to join us on Thursday, September 6 for a showcase of teaching & learning technologies. Registration required.
Check out the Campus Computer Store's Back-to-School 2012 Promotions!
Find out 7 things to know about 3D printing and how it can be useful for education. From EDUCAUSE's "7 Things You Should Know" series.
Apple has annouced that anyone can now post materials and create courses on iTunesU.
Our website documentation for these services has now been consolidated under the Queen’s Email and Calendaring Services main page.
After much discussion, Queen's University has announced that they are not going to sign the new Access Copyright License.
Follow these steps to make sure your Facebook privacy settings are up to date.
The Chronicle of Higher Education interviewed four professors to share their thoughts on teaching Massive Open Online Courses.
EDUCAUSE presents the top-ten IT-related issues facing higher education institutions, as identified by the EDUCAUSE IT Issues Panel. Panel members frame each issue with discussion and a set of strategic questions.
"Queen’s University has indicated it will be signing a letter of intent to accept the model licence agreed on between the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada and Access Copyright."
ITServices is pleased to announce that Dr. Peter Galbraith, Faculty of Medicine, is the winner of an iPad 3 tablet.
The next phase of network structural changes planned for summer 2012 is happening this week.
A special computer game is as effective for treating adolescent depression as one-on-one counselling with trained clinicians, Australian researchers report in the British Medical Journal.
A number of improvements are being planned for the Queen's network service this summer.
Our next set of information and training sessions about the new email and calendar system is called "Bye-Bye OCal, Hello Outlook!". Learn more and find out how to register.
The Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada and Access Copyright announced today that they have negotiated a model licence that will allow universities to reproduce copyright-protected materials in both print and digital formats.
Queen's University has entered a campus-wide agreement with Microsoft for both Windows upgrades and the current version of the Microsoft Office Suite (Windows and Macintosh).
Subscribe to a weekly email bulletin to stay in the loop about the email and calendar migration for staff, faculty and graduate students.
CIO and AVP (Information Technology Services) Bo Wandschneider is a co-author of the EDUCAUSE article, "Filling the IT Leadership Pipeline: A Panel Discussion".
The 2012 Horizon Report is now available.
New Media Consortium Names 10 Top ‘Metatrends’ Shaping Educational Technology
Winter 2012 ITServices Newsletter
Since the original information about new department codes was published in November 2011, changes have been made to the new tree structure.
From The LectureTools Blog: 5 Ways to Use Your iPad to Teach in the College Classroom
From CBC News: Tablet and e-book reader ownership takes off - adoption of devices nearly doubles within a month.
From CBC News: Google's new plan to link user data across its email, video, social-networking sites has come under fire from critics who say it's an invasion of privacy because of the sheer volume of information collected and the inability of users to opt out.
The ITServices Workshop schedule for Winter 2012 is now available online
A recent incident of information theft at a Canadian university highlights the need for safeguarding personal information stored on laptops and mobile devices kept in offices or taken off Queen's premises.
For Winter Term 2012, ITServices will be offering Electronic Classroom Information Sessions for any faculty members who wish to have an introduction to the equipment and interfaces in our electronic classrooms.