Gartner Services Change
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 Faculty & Staff Appreciation
We know the teaching, research, and support work you do on campus is critical to serving the academic mission of our Spartan community. We also know it’s not easy to do this work without the best tools. That is why we want to thank you for the work you do.
Join us on November 30, for MSU Faculty and Staff Appreciation Day! Read Full Article →
Learn about increasing student engagement in new MSU Tech Break podcast
Want to increase engagement in your class (and make sure students are also attending class)?
Listen to Episode 5 of the student-led MSU Tech Break podcast, “Student Engagement and Ways to Use Twitter.”
In the fifth Tech Break episode, education student Meghan Hurley talks with MSU Assistant Professor of Physics Vashti Sawtelle about technology in the classroom. Read Full Article →
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.
Brown Bag: Technology Landscape: The Technologies MSU Faculty Use to Teach
Jessica Knott and Ryan Yang, IT Services
This fall, the Hub for Innovation in Learning and Technology (hub.msu.edu) had its Technology Working Group send out a survey to instructors on campus, with the goal of identifying what technology tools they use for teaching. The survey also explored instructors’ information and support needs. Read Full Article →
MSU IT Celebrates National Cyber Security Awareness Month
Cyber security continues to grow in importance, and we all play a role in today’s highly connected world of systems, information, and technology.
MSU Information Technology helps celebrate National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM) by promoting safe computing tips via our Tech at MSU Twitter account and supporting the MSU Security Summit on October 11. Read Full Article →
Check out MSU tech tips, resources for students
MSU IT welcomes you! We know getting into the school mode can be stressful when you are juggling responsibilities, meeting deadlines, and studying for hours. We want to see you succeed and part of that success depends on knowing the tools and resources available to you.
Below you will find a list of resources you can pull from to make the 2016-2017 academic year a success! Read Full Article →
Learn about MSU technology resources available to students
The MSU Academic Orientation Program (AOP) starts on June 13 and runs through August helping new students and parents get acclimated to Michigan State University.
Technology plays a large role in students’ coursework and lives at MSU. Read Full Article →
Brown Bag: Introduction to the MSU Hub
- Leigh Graves Wolf, MSU Hub for Innovation in Learning and Technology
The Explorations in Instructional Technology Brown Bag series is hosted by the MSU College of Education, College of Natural Science, and MSU IT Teaching and Learning Technology. For more information, contact Sev Grabski. Learn more about other faculty development opportunities. Read Full Article →