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Volume 5 - Number 12 * December 2002

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Teaching With Technology Grants are available for 2003-2004!

Winter Break Hours

Wondering what labs might be open over the Winter Break? How about the possibility of getting help from the Helpdesk? If so, your questions are answered here.

Moving off the Academic Mainframe

This is the second in a series of articles intended to help Academic Mainframe users move data and files off of that system.

Adaptive Lab Website Completed

A comprehensive Website detailing all adaptive technologies available and providing online instruction as to their use is now available. Read all about it!

Today's Cartoon

Click on the title above for an information age laugh.

Don't forget to check out our monthly columns. This month's topics:
  • RSS Matters -- "Interactive Graphics in R " The title says it all!

  • SAS Corner -- "What To Do When SAS Expires" A question that all SAS users need to be able to answer.

  • The Network Connection -- "How to Send Bad E-mail" This article discusses how to effectively use E-mail to convey a message.

  • Link of the Month -- "Texas Online" A great resource to know about.

  • WWW@UNT.EDU -- "Beating the <CFOUTPUT>: or Using Loops to Wrap? " What could Shannon Peevey be writing about this time? Details inside.

  • Short Courses -- Short Courses are over for the semester but other training opportunities are still available.

  • IRC News -- Minutes of the Information Resources Council are printed here when they are available. The November minutes are included this time.

  • Staff Activities -- New employees, people who are no longer employed at the Computing Center, awards and recognitions and other items of interest featured here.