The User Services team meets twice each month. At this week's meeting, we discussed: Library Elevator, Multimedia Equipment Checkout, Multimedia Studio Reservations, LIS Student Worker Hires, Class Action Settlement Award, Kbox Updates, Marketing, and Thanksgiving Break.
KATIE courses which use the Morsle calendar (the joining of Moodle with Norse Apps) will not currently be able to update calendar appointments/events. Read on for further information.
Searches of Google Scholar will now connect users to select electronic articles provided by Preus Library. Available articles will display a large "Find it in Preus Library" link on the right side of the search results page.
LIS Council is the leadership team within LIS. Operational reports given this week were Network & Systems and User Services. Among the topics discussed this week were Migration from LDAP to Active Directory, Use of my.luther During First-year Advising and KATIE Rebuild and 2.8 Upgrade Timeline.
The LIS Technology Help Desk has been informed of a phishing email being sent out. That email is a phishing scam. It is not from the Help Desk or anyone in LIS. If you have responded, please change your password immediately at http://norsekey.luther.edu.
LIS Council is the leadership team within LIS. Operational reports given this week were Software Development and Archives. Among the topics discussed this week were LIS Password Management, GoPrint, and Class Action Settlement Award for Antitrust Litigation re Flat Panel Displays.
KATIE has been restored. Changes made between Friday, Nov 7, at 1AM and Saturday, Nov 8, at 4PM have been lost. If you aren't able to login, keep checking back at http://katie.luther.edu or clear your browser cache. If you have additional questions or concerns, please contact the LIS Technology Help Desk.
The Google Chrome Browser has been added to use in Citrix.
The User Services team meets twice each month. At this week's meeting, we discussed: GusDay, Projector Rentals, Use of Doceri in E&B, AirServer Universal, and GoPrint.
An upgrade to Adobe Flash Player is being pushed out to all Windows faculty/staff workstations, beginning this afternoon. The install will occur during user logon to ensure that web browsers are not running. This update is necessary in order to fix certain functionality in Reason. If you have any questions please contact the Help Desk at x1000.