KU is introducing a new and powerful way to communicate with colleagues and students at KU, and beyond our campus. Microsoft Lync is a one-stop shop for instant communication. With the click of a button you can open a text chat, make a voice or video call, or even start an online meeting.
As faculty explore ways to engage students in new and innovative ways, we are committed to providing technology that supports your efforts. This month I’m sharing updates on some of the initiatives we are working on to improve existing technologies and provide new solutions to help faculty and students achieve their academic goals. And because we know that research is an important component of teaching and learning at KU, next month I’ll share some insights on how we are supporting research at the university.
Log in. Log out. Click, click. Log in. Log out. You’ve told us that you want to access more KU online services in one place, and we listened. We are improving the KU portal to provide quicker and easier access to Blackboard, Enroll & Pay, email and other services.
New Distributed Antenna Systems, Which is Part of AT&T’s Project VIP Investment Plan, Will Provide Additional Wireless Capacity on KU campus.
To support your efforts to engage students in and out of the classroom, we have improved Blackboard and launched a new multimedia service. Some of these changes you’ll see now, while others will be complete by fall semester.
On March 26, the Lawrence City Commission approved an agreement with the University of Kansas to share fiber optic infrastructure in the city and on campus.
Tell us in 250 words or less for your chance to win your own Raspberry Pi, plus power cord and SD card!
The KU Computer Security Incident Response Team will be giving a special presentation on secure shell (SSH) Honeypots and their use at KU.