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New Look Coming to Student Center, Campus Solutions

Big changes are coming later this year as Boise State updates our PeopleSoft Campus Solutions system. Students will see a new look for Student Center, along with an improved user experience on mobile devices. Faculty and staff will likewise view … (Read More) New Look Coming to Student Center, Campus Solutions

Beware of Tax Scams, Phishing and Identity Theft

Tax Scams Thousands of people have lost millions of dollars and their personal information to tax scams. Scammers use the regular mail, telephone, or email to set up individuals, businesses, payroll and tax professionals. The IRS doesn’t initiate contact with … (Read More) Beware of Tax Scams, Phishing and Identity Theft

Free Microsoft Office Online Learning

Need to learn how to create a pivot table? Want to analyze and chart data in your spreadsheet? Asked to add video and audio to a PowerPoint presentation? You can find free self-paced, 24/7 tutorials on these topics and more … (Read More) Free Microsoft Office Online Learning

TAWKs Application Developed to Assist Faculty Productivity

We recently worked with Dr. John Ziker of the Department of Anthropology to develop an application to gather data from faculty about their daily work in order to identify patterns of activity over time. The software, TAWKs (Time Allocation Workload … (Read More) TAWKs Application Developed to Assist Faculty Productivity

Technology Services and Resources for Students

When students see our Office of Information Technology sign at BroncoVenture orientation, the most common question we hear is, “So, what do you do?” We do a lot! Of the 150+ services we provide to the Boise State community, we … (Read More) Technology Services and Resources for Students

Update on Mac OS X High Sierra

Due to security issues with macOS 10.13 High Sierra, the Office of Information Technology is postponing support for this latest version of the operating system until January 2018. We anticipate a few more weeks of testing and patching. Information about … (Read More) Update on Mac OS X High Sierra

OIT Support for macOS High Sierra

Apple recently released the newest version of its desktop/laptop operating system, macOS 10.13 (“High Sierra”). The Office of Information Technology asks the campus community to delay upgrading university-owned computers to the new operating system until we complete testing to ensure … (Read More) OIT Support for macOS High Sierra

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

REEF Polling is Now iClicker Cloud

REEF Polling has changed its name to iClicker Cloud! This change is simply branding. All of the features we love about REEF Polling are still intact, and the company hasn’t changed anything with regard to their support or future plans. … (Read More) REEF Polling is Now iClicker Cloud

Coming May 30: Additional Security Questions in PeopleSoft

On Tuesday, May 30, the Office of Information Technology will implement additional security measures to protect your privacy when accessing certain information in PeopleSoft (also known as Student Center). Beginning May 30, you will be asked to verify your identity … (Read More) Coming May 30: Additional Security Questions in PeopleSoft