Content tagged with "software"
December 5th, 2017
1:00pm - 2:30pm:
Adobe Spark is a free online and mobile graphic design app that allows users to easily create images, videos, and web pages that help tell a story. In this workshop we’ll give you a tour of the user interface and features, as well as take a look at a few use cases for curricular use.
December 7th, 2017
3:00pm - 5:00pm:
2017 Faculty Technology Showcase
The Faculty Technology Showcase is an opportunity to learn some of the ways your peers are incorporating technology into their teaching and research.
September 26Information Technology recommends you do not upgrade your computer operating system to MacOS “High Sierra” until our operations team has completed testing with our existing applications. Please do not upgrade without an adequate backup and rollback plan.
September 12This summer we’ve refreshed Resource Lab equipment and software.
December 6Information Technology is pleased to announce our move to Zoom as our supported video conferencing tool for campus. Zoom replaces Fuze, and can offer a more stable and robust video conferencing experience than Skype or Google Hangouts.
April 4We are reviving the LC Google User Group in the form of a monthly update newsletter detailing Google Apps news and updates as well as information specific to Google Apps for Education at LC.
July 30Information Technology requests that you please do not upgrade your computer until the operations team has had a chance to work with new versions and validate them with our existing applications.
March 18Support statement for Windows 8
September 1We’re excited to announce that Lewis & Clark has entered into a Microsoft Campus Agreement providing a campus-wide site license for the latest versions of Microsoft’s operating systems and Microsoft Office Suite. The agreement gives L&C faculty and staff access to the latest versions of this software free of charge.