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Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Succes Story Moving to ESRI to the Cloud

Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Succes Story Moving to ESRI to the Cloud

Dr. Gary Coutu - May 04, 2020

The Geographic Information Systems (GIS) program in the Department of Geography and Planning supports students, faculty, and staff across the University and within our community.

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Earth and Space Sciences – Creating a remote Field Experience

Earth and Space Sciences – Creating a remote Field Experience

Dr. Martin Helmke - May 04, 2020

The Department of Earth and Space Sciences uses Tech Fee equipment in almost every geology course offer. This semester, Dr. Martin Helmke taught ESS

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Moving SMD 501 Human Cadaver Anatomy lab to an on-line format

By Dr. Carolyn Jimenez - May 04, 2020

Human Cadaver Anatomy Lab is a required course for students in the Masters in Athletic Training program. In addition, we allow senior students in Athletic Training and Chemistry/Biology majors to participate.

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Technology Updates for Classroom & Work Continuity

JT Singh - March 23, 2020

The Information Services and Technology team is committed to assisting WCU community as we navigate through this unique and unprecedented situation. Based on your responses to faculty and student technology needs assessment surveys, here are some updates as you continue preparing for remote teaching and learning activities.

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Technology Update: New IS&T Initiatives Starting in January

JT Singh - January 27, 2020

Information Services & Technology is excited to announce key digital transformation initiatives that will be launched this month upgrading and replacing the following systems: the IT Service Management Ticketing Systems, Spam Email Filtering System, and the campus Phone System.

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