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iPads for Teaching

Academic Technologies has a limited number of iPads that can be loaned to faculty for teaching during the spring semester. Faculty members interested in borrowing one only need to fill out a short application and agree to provide some feedback at the end of the loan period. Applications are reviewed on a first-come first-served basis. […]

Bear Access Name is being retired

As previously announced by CIT, due to low demand, resource allocation priorities, and less need since the retirement of the CornellC mainframe, CIT is discontinuing packaging and distribution of terminal emulation and Telnet client software previously available through the Bear Access web site. There are also some changes in handling of FTP software, please see […]

Upcoming Technical Training

CIT has announced the Technical Training for December through March. Available courses include Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Web design, Photoshop and many others. Full details and registration info are available at: Upcoming Technical Training | Cornell University.

IT@Cornell Conference Report

IT@Cornell Conference Report Reveals Themes, Provides Discussion Highlights A summary report for the September 11 conference, IT@Cornell, Planning Our Future, Together, is now available online. A Review of the Cornell’s Community’s Conversation about IT is posted on the conference web site where you can also find links to keynote speakers’ videos and slides, poster session […]

Calendar Issue Alert

There have been a number of reports of meeting hijackings recently, both at Cornell and at other institutions and companies. This happens when someone who is invited to a meeting inadvertently becomes the owner of the meeting on the calendar, and changes or deletes the meetings for other invitees. Full Details @ IT: Status Alert Details.