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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January 28, 2016, by Academic Technology Staff
The eight computers from the former Spaulding Hall Student Computing Cluster were installed in the Natural Sciences Resource Center (NSRC) in Dimond Library during the 2015-2016 winter break. The addition of these computers brings to 14 the total number of Cluster computers in the NSRC. The 8 relocated computers are Apple iMacs that run both OS X and Windows.
Additionally, the NSRC now has its own color-capable laser printer to support the increased computers. We hope that users find that...
December 3, 2015, by UNH AT Staff
The Spaulding G68 Student Computing Cluster will close at the end of the Fall 2015 semester.
Use of the 8 dual-platform computers in this room has declined over the last few years with the room rarely seeing more than 1 or 2 users and never getting beyond 80% capacity utilization during the Spring 2015 semester. After discussion with the College of Life Sciences and Agriculture and the UNH Library, Academic Technology will be moving the 8 computers from Spaulding to the Natural Sciences...