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Help your laptop find you

Sept. 11, 2023

Register your laptop or other devices with OIT, and in the event it is lost or stolen, the registration information can help law enforcement return the device to you when recovered. Get started.

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Start-of-semester Canvas tips

Aug. 24, 2023

Planning to use Canvas to teach this fall? Ease into the new semester with these helpful tips from the Office of Information Technology.

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Tips to mitigate iClicker issues

Aug. 18, 2023

If you’re planning to use iClicker to promote interactive learning this semester, check out OIT’s recommendations to mitigate wireless issues and register for an upcoming training or request one-on-one consultation.

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New phishing scam targeting students

Aug. 16, 2023

The Office of Information Technology works hard to stop phishing scams, but we need your help to be proactive in identifying, reporting and stopping attacks. A recent scam plays on what most students need: a job and money.

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Final reminder: Review and save Google files by June 13

June 2, 2023

This is the final reminder to save Google files shared with you by alumni, retirees and no-longer-affiliated community members by June 13. On June 14, files shared by these affiliates will be deleted.

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Faculty: Get end-of-semester tips on using Canvas

April 27, 2023

Check out the Office of Information Technology’s Canvas tips for a step-by-step tutorial on the web grading tool, as well as tips on how to back up your course, release final grades and more.

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Be prepared for Google file migrations

Jan. 27, 2023

Automated moves of non-Google format files for students, faculty and staff who have Google Drives that are using more than five gigabytes of storage are ongoing. Here’s how to check your Google storage and find the migrated files of collaborators.

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How strong is your password?

Oct. 27, 2022

Read the top 10 most common passwords and take the password test to learn the length of time it might take a cybercriminal to crack your password, from a few seconds to beyond a thousand trillion years.

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How to prepare for upcoming Google storage limits, file migrations

Oct. 25, 2022

The Office of Information Technology will soon start to move non-Google format files using over 5 gigabytes of storage off of Google Drives and set quotas on these drives. Learn what you can do to prepare.

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Get IT services and support for your CU journey

Aug. 30, 2022

From using your online identity to connecting to the campus network, setting up email on your devices, getting support for CU Boulder’s learning management system (Canvas) and many other online services, the Office of Information Technology is here to help.