Campus Computing News
Classroom Support Services' Spring 2015 Classrooms Update
By Ashley Olsberg, Classroom Support Services (CSS) Manager
Welcome to a new semester! We look forward to working with you this semester.
As a result of extensive work with Faculty, Staff and Students last semester regarding how to improve the classroom experience, the CSS team worked to develop a plan based on your feedback and put these plans into action during the down time between semesters.
CITC Portfolio & Project Management Update
By Andy Novak, EPM Project Manager and Manager, CITC Project Management Office (PMO)
The Computing and Information Technology Center (CITC) is in the midst of deploying an Enterprise Portfolio and Project Management System which will help provide greater transparency/operational visibility, enhanced team communication/collaboration, and more consistent delivery to our customers at UNT.
By Dr. Elizabeth Hinkle-Turner, Assistant Director - Academic Computing and User Services
The ACUS/Adaptive Technology General Access Computer Lab has completed its move from ISB 110 to ISB 104. Now located in the front of the Science and Technology Library, the lab will allow greater access for persons with disabilities.
By Cathy Gonzalez, EIS Training, Communication, and Administration Manager, CITC
Some portions of EIS, the university's Enterprise Information System, are being upgraded to an enhanced version of software.
By Jane Himmel, Associate Director, CLEAR
Faculty will be pleased to learn that the University of North Texas has negotiated a group online subscription allowing campus members free access to the Online Classroom & The Teaching Professor higher education newsletters produced by Magna Publications.
By Allen Bradley, Computer Systems Manager, AIS Business & Process Management
The CITC is always looking for ways to improve our efficiency and increase the quality of service we provide to our users. To that end, we implemented Microsoft Project and are now reaping big rewards.