Category: News

  • Live Chat with us!

    Have a question for Ed Tech or Tech Services (helpdesk)?  Live chat with us from our websites during our normal operating hours. And as nearly all of us are working remotely, we’ll let you know where we are, let us know where you are.

  • Internet Options during COVID-19

    Several companies are offering extended free trial periods and other deals to homes of K-12 and college students. See our list.

  • New: Guide to Working Remotely

    We’ve developed a “guide to working remotely” for students, staff, and faculty.  We update it often.  Have a tip for working remotely, let us know and we’ll add it.

  • We’re using Microsoft Teams!

    Learn more about how to use Microsoft Teams, our collaboration and communication tool, for connecting with other members of our campus community.

  • I&P Operations during COVID-19

    Information & Planning is maintaining operations while transitioning as many staff to remote work as possible.  We know that our division’s continued operation is essential in supporting students, staff, and faculty in this new way of working.  Read on for what we are doing. Follow us on Twitter @WoosterITAlerts and @woosteredtech for updates. Morgan 4th […]

  • Technology Resources & Support for Students

    We welcome you back – virtually – from break.  Educational Technology and Technology Services have been working with your faculty and staff across the campus to make the transition to remote teaching, learning, mentoring, and student engagement.  Suffice it to say, this is a very new way of working for our community, and members of […]

  • Continuity Workshops

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    Educational Technology is offering workshops – virtually via video call in Microsoft Teams – for faculty to support continuity of instruction. Sessions will focus on implementing Moodle features and Office 365 tools such as OneDrive, PowerPoint, and Teams. For self-service resources, please visit our Recommendations for Continuity of Instruction post. Video recordings of workshops are […]

  • Pre-semester Ed Tech Workshops for Faculty 2019

    Educational Technology is hosting pre-semester workshops for faculty on Monday, August 12 and Monday, August 19. Topics include: Moodle Tips Course management in Voices (our WordPress blogging software) Office 365 features including Groups, Stream, Class Notebook, & integration with Moodle Below are the times. Workshops will be held in Andrews Library McCoy Lab (past Special […]

  • NCPH Digital Media Group

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    Recently, Educational Technology’s Megan Smeznik joined the National Council on Public History’s Digital Media Group as a committee member for the Digital Public Lab. Megan participated and led a workshop during the Digital Public Lab during the annual meeting for NCPH this year in Hartford, Connecticut. The Digital Media Group is responsible for keeping the […]

  • Microsoft Office 2019 Available for All College Users

    Office 2019 is available for all students, faculty, and staff! Our licensing allows five installs per user across any combination of macOS, Windows, iOS, or Android. Office 2019 comes with a variety of updates, most notably vast improvements to collaboration features using Office 365. Now, for any documents, spreadsheets, etc. that are saved in your OneDrive, […]