October 20, 2017, by Tyler Kennedy
The long-requested Grade Passback feature on myCourses went live last May, just before the end of the spring semester, and based on the feedback we’ve gotten back, it’s been received with high marks from faculty members who’ve made use of it.
By using this myCourses feature, rather than having to manually transfer grades from myCourses to Webcat, a labor that could take hours to complete when dealing with large enrollment classes, faculty members can now log all their final grades into Webcat...
April 25, 2017, by UNH IT Staff
OpenScholar rolls out in May
Pubpages is going the way of MySpace, the Yugo, and CISUNIX email. During the first week of June 2017, PubPages will be transitioned to a read-only archival service for approximately six months; users will not be able to edit these pages, but they will still be viewable. After six months, Pubpages will be decommissioned.
In May, a new service called OpenScholar will be rolled out in its place. This platform is available to UNH students, faculty, and...
September 14, 2016, by UNH IT Staff
For instructors using technology-enhanced classrooms at UNH, the following information may apply.
As you may have noticed, the Windows Start Menu has changed slightly in Windows 10 from the previously installed version of Windows, Windows 7.
Please do not power off the computers at the end of your class. Signing out rather than powering off will allow for the easiest transition for the incoming instructor.
The steps for logging off your user account are as follows:
1. Open the start menu by...
May 16, 2016, by UNH IT Staff
UNH IT’s sixth installment of its 2015-2016 IT Coffee Talk series will occur on Thursday, May 26 from 8:30-10:30 AM in MUB Room 156. Complimentary coffee will be served.
This session will feature guest speaker John Pietlicki (Academic Technology Web and Mobile Development) who will provide an overview of Drupal at UNH. We’ll also hear from Rori Boyce (IT Client Services Accounts Team) on the new IT Change Management initiative.
Presentations will last about 60-75 minutes combined, with...
February 2, 2016, by UNH IT Staff
“The core idea is to maximize customer value while minimizing waste. Simply, lean means creating more value for customers. A lean organization understands customer value and focuses its key processes to continuously increase it.” – Lean.org
Lean is changing the way the State of New Hampshire and the University of New Hampshire both operate, whether it’s tweaking processes to reduce costs, improving employee morale by supplying them with a voice, or advancing customer satisfaction, to name a few...