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G Suite Improvements: Docs, Sheets, Forms, and Calendar!

Google has been hard at work making improvements and adding new features to G Suite over the past few months! Some of the highlights include: Google Sheets can build charts for you! Google Forms suggests response validation, adds “checkbox grid” … (Read More) G Suite Improvements: Docs, Sheets, Forms, and Calendar!

DigEco 2017 Conference – Save the Date

Boise State’s Learning Technology Solutions team presents the Digital Ecosystems Conference 2017 (DigEco 2017) on Nov. 3, 2017. Designed to inspire conversations about the opportunities digital tools provide our state, DigEco 2017 explores the innovative work within Idaho’s academic community … (Read More) DigEco 2017 Conference – Save the Date

Come Visit The Help Desk at The Zones

The Help Desk at the Zone provides many walk-in services. We service laptops and mobile devices. You can get help with software at The Zones. You can print at The Zones and over 80 BroncoPrint stations around campus. Come try … (Read More) Come Visit The Help Desk at The Zones

Social Networking Safety and Security

Social media has become an integral part of our lives. With Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn, Snapchat, Instagram and other services, social networks are a great way to stay connected with others, and up-to-date on current situations. However, it is important … (Read More) Social Networking Safety and Security

Updated Blackboard Mobile Apps for Students and Instructors

Blackboard App for Students Blackboard launched significantly overhauled mobile apps this summer. You’ll want to delete the old apps and install the new ones in order to connect to your Boise State Blackboard courses. The new Blackboard App for students … (Read More) Updated Blackboard Mobile Apps for Students and Instructors

Max’s Minute: Features Coming Fall 2017

Max Davis-Johnson, Associate Vice President and Chief Information Officer, announces enhancements and new features the Office of Information Technology will release at the end of this summer for fall 2017 including student rosters in myBoiseState, push-button grade transfers from Blackboard … (Read More) Max’s Minute: Features Coming Fall 2017

Tech-Friendly Conference Rooms for a Monthly Fee

Conference rooms, especially with video conferencing equipment, are expensive to build and more expensive to maintain over time. Let the Office of Information Technology equip your conference room and provide worry-free support and maintenance for a simple monthly fee–no initial investment … (Read More) Tech-Friendly Conference Rooms for a Monthly Fee

We Are the Office of Information Technology

Have you ever wondered what goes on in the IT department at Boise State? Max Davis-Johnson, CIO Office of Information Technology, introduces this short video that takes you through a day in the life of the IT department at Boise … (Read More) We Are the Office of Information Technology

October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month

Boise State joins the nation in celebrating National Cyber Security Awareness Month for October. National Cyber Security Awareness Month is a nationwide effort to educate and engage public and private sector stakeholders, and the general public, on cybersecurity issues through … (Read More) October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month

New Computer Restart Policy Improves Security Across Campus

The Office of Information Technology (OIT) is implementing a new computer restart policy to ensure all computers receive security, software and operating system updates in a timely manner. Computers that aren’t restarted regularly may have out-of-date software, and can pose … (Read More) New Computer Restart Policy Improves Security Across Campus