|Campus Computing News
$150,000 in funding and funding for summer
faculty release time sounds like a good thing to
you, you won't want to miss reading all about the
2002-2003 Teaching with Technology Grants in this
|Winter Break Hours
this article to find out what is open and what
isn't over the Winter Break.
Lots of good
things are going on with EagleMail and this
article catches you up on all of them. And like
it says in the article, having an Eagle Mail
account is not just a good idea, it is a
requirement for all students.
on the title above and find out what lucky
General Access Lab was profiled this month.
|IDE RAID Technology
Duane Gustavus as he takes a look at a new disk
storage array strategy that offers an attractive
price/storage point as compared to current
commercial SAN or NAS products.
Click on the title above for an
information age laugh.
|Don't forget to
check out our monthly columns. This month's
with Outliers in Bivariate Data: Robust
Correlation." Last time
we examined the smoothed bootstrap, this
month we demonstrate the calculation of a
robust correlation measure.
SAS Corner -- "Data
Capability: Transporting data from the
Mainframe." Learn how to move SAS
data to local platforms from the academic
Connection -- "Back
to the Basics: Domain Names." Over
the last five years, the term
"dot-com" has entered into the
common vocabulary. Just what does that
Link of the
Month -- "SmartForce."
Got some time on your hands over the
Winter Break? Why not do some online
-- "How much do you care about
security?" Are you concerned about
your privacy? This article gives you
plenty of reasons to be.
Courses -- The
Academic Computing Services (ACS) short
courses are over for the fall, but that
doesn't mean there aren't new items on
this page . . .
IRC News --
Minutes of the Information Resources
Council are printed here when they are
available. The November minutes are
contained in this issue.
Activities -- New
employees, people who are no longer
employed at the Computing Center, and
employee awards and recognitions are
included in this article. Then there is
the special treat at the end . . .