ITServices is pleased to welcome an interim Chief Information Officer while the search for a permanent replacement is underway.
It is the responsibility of every computer user at Queen's to employ safe computing practices. ITServices' new online security course will help ensure you have the basics under your belt.
ITServices has been raising web accessibility awareness for the last few years, and now we are proud to announce the creation of a new online web accessibility course.
ITServices is introducing a new service to assist users in adding captioning and transcripts to their audio and video web content. This service will support Queen's efforts to comply with new web accessibility legislation that is pending in Ontario.
Ever need to get a message sent to your mailing list at a time when you are not able to send it? With the enhanced Messaging Posting interface in Listserv version 16, you can prepare draft replies as well as create new messages to be delivered on a specific date at a specific time!
ITServices has purchased Elluminate Live! licenses from Blackboard. This software allows users to chair web-based, virtual meetings, lead tutorial sessions, and even give lectures from the comfort of their home or office.
ITServices launched a new portal in March which has already been used by more than 43,000 people! Featuring drag and drop functionality, the new MyQueensU is much easier to customize, creating a unique portal experience for every user.
QShare, Queen's online file storage and sharing solution, will be upgraded this June to keep us up-to-date with the version currently supported by the vendor.
If you're wondering when (or if!) you should upgrade to this latest version of the Office suite read on to learn a little more about what to expect! [photo credit: brainloc]
The theme for this collection of tips and tricks is about folders and navigation time: from startup folders in Outlook 2007 to changing the default "Save" and "Open" folders in MS Office and the location of "My documents".
Test your skill with a new puzzle and obtain the solution to the security crossword puzzle in the Winter 2011 edition of the newsletter.
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