Network Services at Tuscarawas works with the network team at Kent to make sure that explaining the best way to connect your personal devices to our network is as painless as possible. With that in mind, I have provided you with a quick fact sheet to ensure the optimal wireless experience at the Tuscarawas campus.
At the most recent ECC meeting, a request to make access easier for faculty and staff to reach this page via a desktop shortcut. It has been deployed across campus.
Network Services would like to welcome back all faculty and students to the fall semester! While the University is a little quieter in the summer, Network Services is very busy making improvements to systems in preparations for the next year.
Network Services "Learn IT" Series is offering training 2 key areas this December.
Learn IT: Kaltura Training - Kent's new video hosting platform
Learn IT: Technically Transparent - How to stay informed with Network Services
The Status page give you the ability to check on services provided by the Tuscarawas Campus. Users also have the ability to subscribe to updates on issues and receive emails when they happen. Note: Opting out is as easy as opting in.
As you prepare to teach and/or support users in Blackboard Learn for the fall semester, we have some useful information and links to help you get started.
The Cyber Cafe now features Dell Optiplex 7440 workstations, personal device pods, and track lighting.
A Virtual Desktop is your typical desktop, re-imagined. Imagine the machine that was once statically placed on your desk in application form and accessible anywhere in the world!
Since 2013, Kent State University Tuscarawas has been utilizing this technology to deliver university-licensed applications to faculty, staff and students.
Here are some helpful tips to help you detect phishing attempts.