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Nicole D. Powell Senior Multimedia Designer 2009/2010 Work Portfolio


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UITS

Student IT Ambassadors

ambassadors.uits.iu.edu

UITS

Student IT Ambassadors


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Move your mail Upgreade to the new IU email systems powered by Google & Microsoft

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• IU has new student new student

email systems powered by Microsoft (Imail) and Google (Umail).

• Ditch IU’s old Webmail system and Upgrading is easy! Start using your new IU email today.

switch to one or both. You get a bunch of extra features, not just email.

• If your’re new to IU and don’t use the Webmail system, you’re st.


Faculty/Staff Telephone Directory 2009-2010 Yellow Pages and Coupons Inside

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GREEN visit the online directory at

http://phonebook.iu.edu

Faculty/Staff Telephone Directory 2009-2010


Now you can print what you need, when you need it, and still have money on your Jagtag. IUPUI undergraduates can now print up to 650 black and white pages per semester in designated STCs at no additional charge. Printing fees are now covered by your undergraduate Student Technology Fees. You still swipe your Jagtag to print, but you won't be charged for your black and white copies as long as you stay within the 650 - page print allocation. Designated printing locations include IT131, the Campus Center, and BS3000. To find other locations, visit: http://stc.iupui.edu/index.php. University Information Technology Services (UITS) -bringing students and technology closer together Consider the environment. Please print responsibly.

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Central region

PinnaCle User groUP Meeting MarCh 17-18, 2009

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2009 IU’s University Information Technology Services (UITS)

Hot Topics IN Information Technology

UITS is IU’s IU central IT organization, and a great resource for students and parents. UITS covers everything from email accounts, wired and wireless network access and phone service, to software and hardware discounts, online safety, and emergency notification. Here are some hot topics that are important for new students (find more information for new students at nu2it.iu.edu):

UITS Tech Help Call: (812) 855-6789 [Bloomington] (317) 274-4357 [Indianapolis]

Download no-cost software at IUware We have software. At IUware Online (http://iuware.iu.edu) you can download no-cost software, including many Microsoft products like Office, Adobe Creative Suite, and much more.

Email: ithelp@iu.edu

IU-Notify Get critical alerts in an emergency by voicemail, text message, and email with IU-Notify. To set up your IU-Notify service in OneStart (https://onestart.iu.edu), click the IU-Notify link under the Notifications tab.

Chat: https://ithelplive.iu.edu Online: uits.iu.edu Knowledge Base: kb.iu.edu Walk-in: Wells Library, Information Commons [Bloomington] Informatics & Communications Technology Complex, IT 129 [Indianapolis]

Get IU answers from AskIU Got a question? Get an answer. Email, text from your mobile device, or UniCom IM your IU questions to AskIU@iu.edu. Find an open computer with the Seat-finder tool The Seat-finder tool will tell you where there are open computers at the Student Technology Centers around campus. At IUB: http://seatfinder.iub.edu. At IUPUI: http://seatfinder.iupui.edu. Print from anywhere with the Printer Locator tool The Printer Locator tool connects your computer to IUB or IUPUI network printers, so that you can print to numerous locations. Download it at http://iuware.iu.edu. Maximize your clicker use for classes You may need several different classroom clickers, depending on the class, so make sure to check each syllabus. Some, but not all, models are transferable. For more, search the keyword ‘clickers’ at kb.iu.edu. UITS on Facebook and Twitter To become a fan of UITS, visit http://tinyurl.com/uits-facebook. Look for UITS on Twitter, too, at http://twitter.com/uitsnews. Living in the residence halls and bringing a computer? Run Get Connected in off-campus mode before you move in so getting connected will be easier and faster once you get to campus. To run Get Connected, visit https://getconnected.iu.edu. version 3.1


IT

Help from UITS Call Email Chat Online Walk-in

because you just might need it

(812) 855-6789 ithelp@iu.edu ithelplive.iu.edu uits.iu.edu Wells Library, Information Commons University Information Technology Services will help you with software and hardware issues, passphrases, new accounts, wireless connections, residence hall support, email, account troubleshooting and much more. For more information about IT at IU, and lots of helpful links to UITS resources, visit

nu2it.iu.edu


Technology Purchasing Guide New computer hardware recommendations

Use the guidelines listed here to choose a new computer with optimal features, or to determine if your existing computer will work at school.

New Macintosh laptop recommendations Processor: 2.0 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo Memory (RAM): 2GB SDRAM Hard drive: 120GB SATA Network card: wireless built in Operating system: Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard) New Macintosh desktop recommendations Processor: 2.0 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo Memory (RAM): 2GB SDRAM Hard drive: 120GB Video card: Intel GMA 950 with 64MB RAM Optical drive: 24X DVD/CD-RW Operating system: Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard)

For more information, visit uits.iu.edu

New Windows laptop recommendations Processor: 1.73GHz or higher Intel or AMD Memory (RAM): 2GB SDRAM for Vista, 1GB SDRAM for XP Hard drive: 80GB Ultra SATA Network card: wireless card:802.11b/g Optical drive: 24X DVD-ROM/CD-RW Operating system: Windows Vista Enterprise, Vista Ultimate, or XP Professional with Service Pack 3

Minimum requirements for existing hardware on a computer that you already own

New Windows desktop recommendations Processor: 2.2GHz or higher Intel or AMD Memory (RAM): 2GB SDRAM for Vista, 1GB SDRAM for XP Hard drive: 80GB SATA Video card: Non-integrated and DirectX compatible Optical drive: 48X DVD-RW (or 24X DVD/CD-RW) Operating system: Windows Vista Enterprise, Vista Ultimate, or XP Professional with Service Pack 3

Minimum Macintosh requirements Processor: 867MHz or higher PowerPC G4 Memory (RAM): 1GB Hard drive: 40GB Video card: OpenGL compatible with 32MB RAM Optical drive: 24X CD-ROM Operating system: Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger)

Minimum Windows requirements Processor: 1GHz or higher Intel or AMD Memory (RAM): 256MB SDRAM Hard drive: 20GB Ultra ATA Video card: DirectX compatible with 32MB RAM Optical drive: 24X CD-ROM Operating system: Windows XP

Computer & Software Guide As an IU student, you are eligible for a variety of discounts on computer hardware and software. No-cost and discounted technology includes: • • • • •

Laptop and desktop computers Printers and scanners Cellular service - AT&T Adobe Creative Suite Microsoft Office

To connect to deals and downloads, visit computerguide.iu.edu and iuware.iu.edu.

IU students are eligible for special personal discounts on:

Hardware

Software


Information Technology at Indiana University

Get IT Help Call Bloomington: (812) 855-6789 Email ithelp@iu.edu Chat https://ithelplive.iu.edu Online uits.iu.edu nu2it.iu.edu Knowledge Base kb.iu.edu Walk-in Bloomington: Wells Library, Information Commons AskIU@iu.edu Got a question? Get an answer. Email, text, or UniCom IM your IU questions to AskIU@iu.edu. Follow UITS on Twitter http://twitter.com/uitsnews. Become a fan of UITS, visit http://facebook.com/iu.uits.

University Information Technology Services (UITS) is IU’s central IT organization, and a great resource for students. Here are some hot topics that might be of interest to you: IU Email Systems & Passphrases As a new student, you have two email options: Imail (powered by Microsoft) and Umail (powered by Google). You can create one or both of these accounts, but be sure to designate one as your preferred email account – IU will deliver all email addressed to you@indiana.edu there. Get Connected Make sure you can connect to the IU Secure wireless network – register your devices using Get Connected (https://getconnected.iu.edu) or by following the automatic prompts when you open a web browser the first time. Download software Get no-cost software – including Adobe Creative Suite, Microsoft Office, and much more – from IUware (http://iuware.iu.edu). Take advantage of Student and Residential Technology Centers You can use Windows and Macintosh computers, black-andwhite printers, and other technologies in Student Technology Centers (STCs) and Residential Technology Centers (RTCs) across campus. For more information about the STCs, visit: http://stcweb.stc.indiana.edu. Use Seatfinder (http://seatfinder.iub.edu) to locate open computers at Student Technology Centers around campus. Brush up on the latest software Take advantage of no cost training opportunities, such as in-person and online computing workshops and self-study training resources. Learn about your many options at: http://ittraining.iu.edu/.

Hot Topics: Information Technology Get IT Help Call Bloomington: (812) 855-6789 Indianapolis: (317) 274-4357 Email ithelp@iu.edu Chat https://ithelplive.iu.edu Online uits.iu.edu nu2it.iu.edu Knowledge Base kb.iu.edu Walk-in Bloomington: Wells Library, Information Comons Indianapolis: Informatics & Communications Technology Complex, IT 129

AskIU@iu.edu Got a question? Get an answer. Email, text, or UniCom IM your IU questions to AskIU@iu.edu. Follow UITS on Twitter: twitter.com/uitsnews Become a fan of UITS, visit: facebook.com/iu.uits

University Information Technology Services (UITS) is IU’s central IT organization, and a great resource for students. Here are some hot topics that might be of interest to you: Register new devices for wireless access Make sure you can connect to the IU Secure wireless network – register your devices using Get Connected (https://getconnected.iu.edu) or by following the automatic prompts when you open a web browser the first time. Get your IU on the go with IUmobile Accessible anytime, anywhere, IUmoble delivers information and services for all IU campuses. Take it for a spin on your mobile device: m.iu.edu. Download software Get no-cost software – including Adobe Creative Suite, Microsoft Office, and much more – from IUware (iuware.iu.edu). Find an open computer Use Seatfinder to locate open computers at Student Technology Centers around campus. For IU Bloomington, see: seatfinder.iub.edu. For IUPUI, visit: seatfinder.iupui.edu. Brush up on the latest software Take advantage of no cost training opportunities, such as in-person and online computing workshops and selfstudy training resources (ittraining.iu.edu/). Online Safety Keep your computer and personal information secure by tapping into resources and tools at keepITsafe.iu.edu. IU-Notify Set up your IU-Notify service to get critical IU alerts by voicemail, text message, and email. To get started, sign in to OneStart (https://onestart.iu.edu) and click the IU-Notify link under the Notifications tab.


Nicole Powell 2009/2010 Work Portfolio