May 27, 2021, by UNH IT Staff
Starting on Friday, May 28, all students, faculty and staff will be listed firstname lastname (for example: Susan Jones versus Jones, Susan) in the UNH email directory (aka Global Address List). You can still search this directory by either first or last name. Your initials in Microsoft applications will also now display as first initial last initial (for example SJ versus JS).
Click here for instructions on how to use the Global Address List on the Outlook Desktop app.
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March 24, 2021, by UNH IT Staff
Starting on Thursday, April 8 at 11:30 pm through Saturday, April 10 at 11:30 pm, Microsoft will be performing updates that will affect access to files on OneDrive, OneNote, SharePoint, and Teams for Granite State College and University of New Hampshire students, faculty and staff.
During the updates, files will be read-only on Microsoft OneDrive, SharePoint, and Teams. Microsoft recommends that you do not use OneNote during the update. You will still be able to use chat and video meetings in...
February 22, 2021, by UNH IT Staff
Over the next several months, all USNH institutions and locations will move to a single Microsoft 365 instance that includes Email, Teams, SharePoint and OneDrive. As part of this effort, all USNH customers will eventually access these services through a single Microsoft 365 login page.
On Monday, February 22, customers at GSC and UNH (all locations) will see the new login page when they are prompted to log in to Microsoft 365 (please see image below). Customers may have questions about this...
July 13, 2020, by UNH IT Staff
Enterprise Technology & Services (ET&S) is preparing concurrent classrooms for the fall semester, making it possible for faculty to teach students both remotely and in-person simultaneously.
Along with turning 193 University System of New Hampshire (USNH) classrooms into Zoom-capable spaces, ET&S is also providing faculty with the Meeting Owl Pro, a new mobile device that can be connected to Zoom and placed in the classroom on a tripod to capture 360-degree, high-definition video...
March 30, 2020, by UNH AT Staff
Zoombombing is a method in which anonymous participants can use Zoom’s screensharing and other features to interrupt and disrupt meetings and classes. Zoom has reported that Zoombombing has become a major concern since all schools have moved to an online format. This post will provide you with a list of recommendations to prevent Zoombombing from happening in one of your meetings.
All users should refer to our knowledge base article Zoom: Controlling Participants in your Meeting for Academic...
August 23, 2017, by UNH IT Staff
Academic Technology (AT) offers a range of services to support instructors’ teaching, learning, and professional activities. Here is a list of services that we believe you will find valuable. The staff of AT look forward to serving you over the 2017-208 academic year and invite you to explore this site to learn more about any of these services.
Academic Technology Instructor Services
myUNH Portal – https://my.unh.edu is your one-stop destination for accessing UNH resources and services. Learn...
October 3, 2016, by UNH IT Staff
Over the summer of 2016, Academic Computing Systems implemented a new, easy to use addition to our public printing services. Now, you can print from your laptop, tablet, or phone, without any complicated network or driver setup.
Just visit print.unh.edu. The new Web Print service allows you to upload your Microsoft Office, OpenOffice.org, PDF, and text files along with most image formats. The file is processed and sent to the public printer system in the Clusters or Libraries.
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