In an increasingly digital world, we are spending more of our lives using technology to teach, learn, and work. Sometimes technology has a glitch or needs an important update. Other times scammers send a phishing email scheme that hits your inbox. Timely information for these situations, including potential workarounds to the problems, can help you when
Normally, Illinois State University Information Technology (IT) professionals assemble in the State Farm Hall of Business shortly before the beginning of the school year for the annual Continuous Improvement in Technology (CIT) conference.
You probably know about ReggieNet and MaxIT, both tools used to deliver instruction and training for different purposes.
Each issue, Redbird Impact magazine is highlighting an Illinois State faculty or staff member who exemplifies Illinois State’s core value of civic engagement. Our inaugural campus hero is Dr. Rosie Hauck, executive director of the Office of Advanced Technology Support for Faculty and an associate professor in the Department of Accounting.
Get tips for keeping you and your students safe online in this episode of Let’s Talk Teaching.
By early March, it was becoming apparent that the threat posed by coronavirus (COVID-19) was going to massively impact the lives of every person on the planet.
Over the last five months technology staff at Illinois State have focused on facilitating improved and safer teaching and learning through enhancements and improved security.
The Redbird Card Office, in collaboration with several campus offices, led a project to implement the safest, newest technology for the latest edition of the Redbird Card.
The Office of Financial Aid and the Office of Technology Solutions worked closely to harness data for borrowers to help lower student loan default rates.
With much of the world going online and remote, Illinois State University has been responding in kind.