Shad Jessen

Max’s Minute: Launching myBoiseState for Employees

Max Davis-Johnson, associate vice president for information technology and chief information officer, blogs regularly about his vision of transparency, customers and collaboration. In his latest blog, Davis-Johnson recaps the launch of myBoiseState for Employees, and talks about the platform as …

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University Roadmap Introduces Degree Tracker Advising Tool

On Monday, Oct. 7, the University Enterprise Roadmap will introduce the Degree Tracker advising tool. This new tool is initially for use by undergraduate College of Business and Economics advisors and students who are in the 2012/2013 or 2013/2014 catalog …

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Roadmap Forum: myBoiseState for Employees and eAdvising

The University Enterprise Roadmap will soon introduce eAdvising and myBoiseState for Employees systems, and you’re invited to come hear about these new services at a Roadmap Open Forum from 10-11 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 26, in the Student Union Hatch D …

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Network Maintenance Planned for Sept. 21

Applications and systems managed by the Office of Information Technology will be unavailable from 4-8 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 21. The universal power supply in OIT’s central computing facility will be replaced during this time. This maintenance will impact most university …

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OIT Warning of Unwanted Telephone Marketing Calls

A large number of Boise State employees have recently received unwanted telephone marketing calls from 866-978-6670 asking for information to include in “Who’s Who.” The Office of Information Technology is unable to block calls from this phone number due to …

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Mark Fitzgerald

An article by Mark Fitzgerald, Office of Information Technology, titled “Flip Your Training: Classroom Technology for Twenty-First Century Businesses,” appears in the September/October issue of SupportWorld magazine.

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myBoiseState Mobile Updated for Fall

The Office of Information Technology has updated myBoiseState Mobile for iPhones and Android smartphones for Fall 2013. Enhancements include new interactive maps for campus parking, real-time location tracking of the campus shuttle, and a browsable course catalog. The app is the …

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OIT’s 2013 Report on Classroom Multimedia Technology

Boise State faculty recorded 3,528 Classroom Capture videos and 1,035 Desktop Capture videos in spring 2013. In addition, by the end of this year the Office of Information Technology will have spent more than $1 million upgrading, standardizing, supporting and expanding …

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Max’s Minute: What’s Next for OIT?

Max Davis-Johnson, associate vice president for information technology and chief information officer, blogs regularly about his vision of transparency, customers and collaboration. In his latest video blog, Max offers a recap of the Office of Information Technology’s recent accomplishments, and …

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Google Apps: 30 Gigabyte Shared Storage Now Available

Google Apps at Boise State now offers 30 gigabytes of unified storage you can choose to allocate between Gmail, Google Drive and Google+ photos. More information is available on Google’s website. For questions about using Google Apps at Boise State, …

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Learn Google Apps This Summer

Take advantage of new resources this summer to brush up on your Google Apps skills, or learn some new tricks. The Office of Information Technology has compiled a few tools to help you out, and they appeal to every learning …

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myBoiseState Mobile Introduces New Features

The Office of Information Technology is pleased to announce new features and performance improvements for myBoiseState Mobile: Study Groups Study groups can now be created within your classes, allowing students  to quickly and easily “meet” through myBoiseState Mobile for collaboration …

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