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Two-Factor Authentication for D2L Faculty Graders & Users

Two-factor authentication to be added to MSU D2L for faculty

MSU is expanding the applications and systems that use two-factor authentication to further safeguard personal and institutional data.

Starting on August 14, faculty will need to use two-factor authentication when logging into the MSU D2L course management system. Two-factor authentication will expand to other D2L roles with grading privileges soon. Read Full Article →

Student and parent shopping at the MSU Tech Store.

Parents: 3 questions to set your Spartan up for success

We know getting ready to attend Michigan State University can be overwhelming. That’s why we’ve outlined 3 questions to make sure your Spartan has the right devices and technology to help them succeed at MSU.

Another resource is the MSU Tech Store, located conveniently on campus, which has experts available to talk to you about the technology your Spartan may need. Read Full Article →

screen shot of eCommerce website

Announcing eCommerce at MSU

Finding the information departments need to accept card payments at MSU has become easier with the launch of the new eCommerce at MSU website.  

In a cross departmental effort, MSU IT and the Office of the Controller have consolidated the merchant Services and PCI Compliance webpage (formally located at www.ctlr.msu.edu/CreditCard/Default.aspx) and the CASHNet informational website (formally located at paymentsupport.ais.msu.edu) into one website ecommerce.msu.eduRead Full Article →

Brown Bag: Flipping Faculty Learning Communities of Inquiry on Active Learning Strategies and Spaces

  • David Goodrich, MSU IT Services

The Explorations in Instructional Technology Brown Bag series is hosted by the MSU College of Education, College of Natural Science, and IT Services Teaching and Learning Technology. For more information, contact Sev Grabski. Learn more about other faculty development opportunities. Read Full Article →