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This article describes how to connect to the wired network in residential facilities. The target audience is students, faculty, staff and guest.
The process of changing your email address or University Username after a name change is complex, but the Technology Support Center can guide you through the process.
This article describes how to create a new knowledge base article in the TeamDynamix application. The target audience is OIT student employees and staff that create knowledge base articles.
Use this guide if you are having trouble connecting to our wireless network. This guide lists devices and/or device specifications that are compatible with our ISU network. It also lists devices that are known to have problems connecting to our network.
This article explains how to connect home or consumer-grade devices like Game Consoles, Televisions, Amazon Fire TV, Roku and other similar devices to ISU’s enterprise network.
This article describes how to connect to the ISU-OPEN wireless network for students, faculty, and staff.
This article is for first time users installing the Software Station and those wanting to make sure their Software Station is up to date.
The Software Capture for PC application enables click-to-access recording via a laptop, desktop or podium computer.
How faculty can allow students to publish videos with Instructor Review or freely to a Course Channel in YuJa
The Video Platform’s Quizzes offer a way to assess learning, encourage interaction and to measure understanding of video content. Content Creators can make video quizzes using any uploaded video content in their Media Collection.
This article will provide a resolution to the issue, PowerPoint presentation projecting black lines during the presentation. This article will provide other considerations and possible solutions when dealing with PowerPoint presentation aspect ratios.
This article will provide general information about Active Employee/ Student Search function in Banner.
This article provides instructions on how to separate email conversations into messages in the Outlook Web App for staff, faculty, and students
This article provides resources for learning how to use Microsoft Azure Development Tools for Teaching.
This article describes frequently asked question about Endpoint Encryption Software. The target audience students, faculty and staff .
This article provides tips to stay safe online during the holidays. The target audience is students, faculty, and staff.