|Campus Computing News
If you are an
employee at the UNT Denton campus or the System
Center, but not the Health
Sciences Center, you can purchase Microsoft
products from the University Bookstore for
essentially the cost of reproducing the CD-ROM's
needed to install them. Read the article for all
Tenth Birthday General Access Labs!
of the most visible examples of student
technology fees at work is the convenient
location throughout the UNT campus of general
access computing labs; a project which marks its
tenth anniversary this year. Find out more about
the labs in this article.
It's a new semester and
time to highlight UNT Websites again.
|Getting Wise to GroupWise
publish articles on various aspects of GroupWise,
the official mail system for UNT faculty and
staff members, on an almost monthly basis.Read
this article for a definitive (at least for a
little while) source of helpful information on
Click on the title above for an
information age laugh.
|Don't forget to
check out our monthly columns. This month's
month we review some of the results of
beta testing for the as yet unreleased
version of S-Plus for Windows and UNIX.
Connection -- "News
from the Internet Front"
For the want of a nail, a
shoe was lost;
for the want of a shoe, a horse was lost;
for the want of a horse, a rider was
for the want of a rider, a battle was
for the want of a battle, a kingdom was
and all for the want of a horse shoe
Read this article and
find out what might be lost for want of a
List of the
Month -- "Online
Resources for Modern Scholars" In
honor of a new semester, we are featuring
not one, not two, not three, but four (!)
cool Websites to help you become a
better, more efficient scholar.
-- "Student Organizations on the
Web," read all about it.
Update on the various training
opportunities on campus.
IRC News --
Minutes of the Information Resources
Council are printed here when they are
available.The July 18, 2000 minutes are
featured this month
Activities -- New
employees, employees that have resigned,
and staff awards, recognition,
performances, and presentations are
included in this article.