|Campus Computing News
Are you in the
market for a PDA and/or involved with distance
education? Find out about the status of the
"Personal Digital Assistants Review"
and the "Distance Education Testing Grant
Project" in this article.
month she gave an overview of what the General
Access Labs have to offer the University, this
month Dr. Elizabeth Hinkle-Turner begins a series
of articles that will feature a specific GAL
every month. Which lab do you think she started
month we published an article that gathered
together links to past Benchmarks Online
articles and other information on GroupWise into
a single, hopefully helpful, location. At the
same time, Andrew McGregor, CWN Messaging Support
Specialist , started a weekly "Tips"
service. Read all about it.
Click on the title above for an
information age laugh.
|Don't forget to
check out our monthly columns. This month's
All-encompassing SAS 8 (1/2)" Dr. Ho
declares "SAS is now fully
gooey." Read the article and find
Connection -- "Do
You Cue?" There's been a lot of
attention paid lately to a new device
named ":CueCat." This article
fills you in on all the
List of the
Month -- "Online
Political Information Resources"
Like last month, we are featuring
multiple Websites. This time to help you
decide who to vote for in the
presidential election on November 7.
-- "Changes in Central Web
Support Staff," read all about it.
The Academic Computing Services (ACS)
fall short courses are in full
swing.Updates are also provided on the
various training opportunities on campus.
IRC News --
Minutes of the Information Resources
Council are printed here when they are
available.The September 19, 2000 minutes
are featured this month. The membership
list has been updated also.
Activities -- New
employees, employees that have resigned,
and other staff changes are included in