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How does a class end up on MediaVision?

Julia Bianco, Director of Web & Multimedia February 19, 2016

This week on Campus Insider, we sat down with Michael Thomas, Assistant Director for Teaching and Learning Systems, to talk about MediaVision. Which classes get MediaVision? Whether or not a class...

Emails moving from Sympa listserv to Google Groups

Christopher Gittings, Contributing Writer October 2, 2015

After more than 10 years of loyal service to Case Western Reserve University, Sympa Mailing List Manager (Sympa listerv), used by student and administrative organizations to email groups of people, is...

ITS asks SEC for feedback on Blackboard, similar programs

Makela Hayford, Staff Reporter September 18, 2015

As Case Western Reserve University’s contract with Blackboard comes to an end this summer, Information Technology Services (ITS) is asking students, faculty and staff to reevaluate Blackboard and explore...

Temporary ITS locations in Nord Hall and Leutner Commons will address students' technology questions as the Fall semester begins.

ITS on the go

Adithi Iyengar, Staff Writer August 28, 2015

For those who need help need help with technology, Information Technology Services (ITS) will bring its services from its Customer Assistance, Resource and Education (CARE) center to other locations on...

ITS to implement mandatory two-factor authentication for VPN access, disable outdated connection protocols

Joseph Satterfield, Web Editor April 10, 2015

Starting April 20, ITS will require all users of Case Western Reserve University’s VPN to register a form of two-factor authentication on their accounts in order to continue accessing the service. This...

ITS to open new CARE Center in KSL

Julia Bianco, News Editor February 20, 2015

Information Technology Services (ITS) will be opening a new computer help center at the Kelvin Smith Library (KSL) on March 9. The center will be a more central hub for ITS’ operations and joins ITS’...

Changes to VPN aim to provide more Internet security

Kevin Wang, Staff Reporter February 5, 2015

Two-factor authentication has been an important security feature offered by popular services such as Gmail for years, and it is now coming to Case Western Reserve University’s network. Two-factor authentication...

Event38 continues path of problem solving through drone technology

Team looks to find investors and partners at Consumer Electronics Show next month
Kathleen Wieser, Executive Editor December 26, 2014

Jeff Taylor’s path to entrepreneurship had an organic beginning. Using his own money and materials, Taylor was building drones from his home in San Diego and selling them online. While working at 3D...

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