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Information about all distribution and LISTSERV discussion lists.
Collection of how-to guides for getting started with Zoom and web-conferencing
How-To guides for the different ways to schedule a Zoom meeting.
Instructions for configuring a PC for Virtual Private Network access.
A set of best practices for any user trying Zoom for the first time.
Troubleshooting syncing and local storage issues with Box Drive
Using Your Desk Phone to Access Voicemails
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Instructions for installing and configuring a Mac for Virtual Private Network access.
General information about Box
Recommendations and settings to keep Zoom meetings secure.
There are many different ways you can share your content with Box. The two primary methods are shared links and inviting collaborators.
Box Drive is an incredibly simple way to work with all of your files, right from your desktop, while taking up very little hard drive space.
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How-To Guide for inviting people to a Zoom meeting.
Directions on how to use public desktop computers remotely.
Video guides for the most frequently used tools for online instruction, including Zoom and Canvas.
Mirroring 360 is a program on some teaching stations that facilitates faculty teaching wirelessly from mobile devices or laptops; enhances collaboration and discussion by enabling display from multiple student devices; and can be used in various other ways in the classroom. If you are interested in using Mirroring 360 in your class, contact the Digital Learning Team at 315-781-4420 or dlc@hws.edu.
Any time you use any of the Adobe Creative Suite applications, such as Photoshop, Premier, Lightroom, etc, you will need to sign in with either an Adobe ID (for students) or an Enterprise ID (for faculty/staff).
How-to guide for joining a Zoom meeting
How-To guide for screen sharing during a Zoom meeting.
IT Services has joined the eduroam wireless service. HWS faculty, staff, and students may use eduroam for Intenet connectivity while visiting another participating institution by signing into the service with their HWS username and password.