MSU upgrading to Windows 10 in computer labs, classrooms
MSU IT will be upgrading to Windows 10 in university computer labs and classroom tech carts during August 7-25 in preparation for the fall 2017 semester.Summer technology upgrades
This upgrade will help leverage new technologies and security features in Windows 10.
In addition to the Windows 10 upgrade, MSU IT will also perform its normal summer software and application patching and maintenance in labs and classrooms. Read Full Article →
Learn more about REAL classrooms in the Tech Break podcast
Listen to episode 3 of the student-led MSU Tech Break podcast, “Discussing REAL Classrooms with Real Students.”
In the third episode of MSU’s student-led Tech Break podcast, education student Meghan Hurley discusses the topic of Rooms for Engaged and Active Learning (REAL) spaces with two recent MSU graduates, Hannah Hunter and Miranda Summerfield. Read Full Article →
10 steps get your tech ready for MSU AOP
Welcome, Spartans! We are excited that you are starting your academic journey here at Michigan State University. The Academic Orientation Program (AOP) is an important step to get ready for the fall semester.
It’s our priority to ensure your experience goes smoothly, so we’ve outlined easy steps to get you and your tech devices ready for MSU! Read Full Article →
Learn three quick tips for customizing your MSU Qualtrics survey
Qualtrics offers its users many powerful features, so many that it can be hard to keep track of them.
We’d like to highlight a couple of these useful tools for customizing your MSU Qualtrics survey using the “Look and Feel” menu and the an authenticator to limit access to your survey. Read Full Article →
MSU Computer Store becomes MSU Tech Store
The MSU Computer Store is now the MSU Technology Store. Along with our name change, the MSU Technology Store website has been updated to techstore.msu.edu. The phone number and our room 110 Computer Center location remain the same. Our email address is now firstname.lastname@example.org.
You’ll see additional changes over the next few weeks as we transition to our new look. Read Full Article →
Find out about new MSU technology services for faculty, staff
MSU Information Technology has been working on several new technology services for departments, as well as faculty, staff, and IT staff.Cloud services coming soon
Access to Gartner for Technical Professionals will be provided to MSU IT professionals in the coming weeks. Gartner Core Research remains available for all MSU students, faculty, and staff to research information technology news, reports, business and market analysis, product descriptions and comparisons, information on trends, and a calendar of upcoming conferences and events. Read Full Article →
Find out what’s new for MSU instructors in D2L version 10.7
Below are the top 10 new or improved features for instructors to check out. See the resource links at the bottom for more documentation, videos, and release notes. Read Full Article →
Learn more about the MSU combat veterans course in the Tech Break podcast
Check out the second episode of the student-led MSU Tech Break podcast called “Creating the Combat Veterans Course.”
In our second episode, we discuss the reasoning behind the design and creation of the new combat veterans course from the MSU School of Social Work. On the show we talk with Social Work instructors Tina Blaschke-Thompson and Glenn Stutzky, as well as instructional designers Keesa V. Read Full Article →
MSU IT Council discusses new groups, network services restructuring, CIO vision
The MSU IT Council met in April. Below are the high-level topic summaries from the meeting.MSU IT Network Services Restructuring
Nishanth Rodrigues and Chuck Kirby from MSU IT presented the new organizational structure of the Network Services teams. The new structure is built around three teams focusing on planning, building, and running network services and systems on campus. Read Full Article →
MSU faculty & staff recognized for use of instructional technology
Four outstanding instructors for online and blended courses were selected as recipients of the 2017 MSU AT&T Faculty-Staff Awards in Instructional Technology.
“The AT&T Awards provide a venue for MSU to recognize outstanding faculty and staff whose innovation and creativity inspire others in new ways of using technology in instruction,” said Severin Grabski, lead judge for 2017 AT&T Awards; associate professor in the Department of Accounting & Information Systems, College of Business; and senior faculty advisor to the CIO of MSU. Read Full Article →