ITS Newsletter

  • Sign Up Now! Teaching with Technology Workshops Going on This Week!

    July 20, 2009

    Instructional Design Services is offering a two-day series of workshops with multiple options for session sign-up.  These workshops are aimed at those who will be teaching in or supporting a C-Level Smart Classroom or a revised course this fall.  Seating however, is still available for all interested faculty and staff.  Sign up today at: !

  • EduComm/InfoComm Conference a Great Opportunity

    July 15, 2009

    ITS staff members Amy Nunan, Julie Hanes and Diane Richmond have just returned from one of the country’s largest education technology and a/v equipment conferences, EduComm/InfoComm, held in Orlando, FL.  The conference, hosted by University Business magazine, featured many renowned keynote speakers including technology pundit David Pogue from the NY Times; the creators of Schoolhouse Rock; … Read More

  • New – IT Service Center

    June 24, 2009

    The local Help Desk, Media Services, and Telephone Services have all combined to bring you a one-stop location to serve you. We are all now located in McClain Hall 111 as the IT Service Center. We provide A/V equipment Checkout, operator assistance, walk-in technical support and student personal computer support. Check us out at

  • Gmail for Students is live!

    June 8, 2009

    Thanks to our new student email system, powered by Google, all students now have 7 gigabytes of mail storage space – along with a handy-dandy new interface. But it’s so much more than just email. Schedule your life with Google Calendar, store and share files via Google Docs, and whatever groovy new tool Google decides to … Read More

  • Add money to your print account online

    February 20, 2009

    IT Services is pleased to announce that you can now add money to your printing account at any time, from any web browser. Now when you’re trying to print that giant paper that’s due in a few hours, you don’t have to walk across campus to the Cashier’s window or wait until they open at … Read More

  • Ruckus music service shuts down

    February 9, 2009, which had previously partnered with Truman to provide free music downloads to students, has shuttered its doors. Apparently the coalition behind the venture, TotalMusic, is dead. Music that has not passed its expire date should still work, but expired files will not because Ruckus’ DRM server has shut down. More information is available here.

  • New Twist to Wanted Posters

    December 17, 2008

    A new tactic was used in Alabama to capture a wanted criminal.  A picture of the man was posted on twelve different digital billboards, along with information on how to contact the police.  The fugitive was caught less than 24 hours later.  This new method worked so well the authorities are thinking it could become … Read More

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  • Wish List: Camcorder

    Out of ideas for that perfect holiday gift?  Does your loved one have a good camcorder to capture these precious holiday moments?  Do you know someone with a baby on the way who may want to record all the little ‘firsts’?  Or maybe your camcorder is old and you just need a new one.  Either … Read More

  • Good Gifts

    Having trouble finding a gift for your favorite furry, fluffy friend?  Well look no more, here is a great article that gives amazing tips for the newest and best gifts on the animal tech market.  Make your pet happy this year with the most amazing gifts they could ever imagine or hope for!