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Computer Lab & Classroom Upgrades

Over 40 classrooms were upgraded to include a computer at the instructor’s station. These new computers are a part of our Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) project.
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  • Goodbye XP

    210895-windows_xp_logo_180_originalOn April 8, 2014 Microsoft ended the support of its operating system, XP.  XP has been around for twelve years but now Microsoft has decided “to invest our resources toward supporting more recent technologies so that we can continue to deliver great new experiences”, their website says. XP was not only used in home PCs but also in several other … Continue Reading
  • New course combines “physical computing with artistic sensibilities”

    6548458203_37c257dc46Through a new bi-discipline course, Interactive Art, professors Joel Hollingsworth and Michael Fels, of the computer science and art departments respectively, are exploring the ways in which art and programming can communicate and work together effectively. Hollingsworth and Fels connected a few years ago, when Fels wanted to use computer programming to add another layer to his art. Satisfied with … Continue Reading
  • The dangers of the Heartbleed bug

    Heartbleed.svgLast week, the Heartbleed bug made world headlines in its discovery. Heartbleed is a bug that affects OpenSSL, an encryption technology that is one of the most common on the internet. While it is unclear whether any information has been stolen through the Heartbleed bug, security experts are worried because the bug went undetected for more than two years before … Continue Reading
  • New program helps faculty navigate TLT services

    Do you have ideas about how to incorporate technology into your course but don’t know how to take them from conception to reality? Teaching & Learning Technologies (TLT) is proud to announce our new TLT Liaison program. TLT has partnered with the library to ensure that all academic areas not only have a library liaison, but a TLT liaison as … Continue Reading
  • Do contactless cards need extra protection?

    Guest post by Andréa Black, a student in Professor Lynn Heinrichs’ information security class. You may already have one or more contactless cards in your purse or wallet.  They are the cards that do not need to be physically swiped at a card reader but can simply be waved near the reader to process a transaction or allow access into … Continue Reading

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