Zoom is a cloud-based solution for video and audio conferencing that offers a communication platform combining video conferencing, online meetings, and mobile collaboration. This software can host webinars with video calls involving large numbers of people. In webinars, everyone can have an active role in sharing information in a structured environment. Read Full Article →
Six outstanding instructors for online and blended courses were selected as recipients of the 2016–2018 MSU AT&T Faculty-Staff Awards in Instructional Technology.
Jessica Knott, Learning Design Manager for The MSU Hub for Innovation and selection committee coordinator, explained, “The AT&T Awards provide a venue for MSU to recognize outstanding educators who, through innovation and creativity, inspire others in new ways of thinking about technology, access, and accessibility in the design of learning experiences.”2018 AT&T Award recipients
The winning innovations and honorable mentions of the 2017 AT&T Faculty-Staff Awards in Instructional Technology are:BEST ONLINE COURSE
Liz Owen-Boltz, CEP 812, Applying Educational Technology to Practice
The selection committee appreciated Owen-Boltz and her team’s well-designed, immersive technology choices. Read Full Article →
We’ve launched an Application Performance Management (APM) service for MSU IT staff and departments. APM provides an analytical view on every aspect of software performance.What does APM do?
Application Performance Management (APM) is a suite of software tools that allow MSU IT to view and manage the performance and availability of MSU’s software applications’ supporting infrastructure. Read Full Article →
The new D2L user interface, Daylight, has officially launched, and we’re excited to introduce it to you!Why Change?
Daylight adapts to different screen sizes, so D2L is easy to use whether you’re on a laptop, tablet, or smartphone. There are also visual differences, including a wider page layout, new fonts, icons, colors and more. Read Full Article →
Gartner offers information technology research to IT professionals across MSU. You can find Magic Quadrants, Hype Circles, Special Reports, Complimentary Research, and a range of topics covering research libraries, methodology, and more.
In the past 4 years, Information Technology at MSU has evolved from a commodity IT based organization into a structure positioned to strengthen core IT assets, trusted to align with unit and college requirements, and innovate in the delivery of effective technology solutions. The MSU Data Center, accelerated Wi-Fi in residence halls, and co-development of an on-campus navigation and informational app with Computer Science and Engineering students are recent examples of partnerships that deliver results for researchers, faculty, staff, and students. Read Full Article →
MSU IT will be upgrading D2L to a new user interface called Daylight on May 11, 2018.
The new interface will bring increased smartphone usability and a modern visual design to D2L. The core functionality of D2L will not be changing, and all course sites will automatically display the new look when Daylight is turned on. Read Full Article →
The REAL (Rooms for Engaged and Active Learning) spaces at MSU are a pedagogical philosophy made manifest. If the traditional lecture style classroom is the ultimate expression of the professor-focused lecture, then the REAL spaces are that for student-focused collaboration.
The REAL spaces can be a challenging environment for both teachers and students. Read Full Article →
Did you score new tech over winter break? Follow these steps to get connected and to make sure you’re getting the most out of the tools available to you.1. Get connected
Whether it’s a new laptop, smartphone, gaming system, or streaming gadget, you’ll need to register your device to access to the MSU Network. Read Full Article →