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New and Changing Blog RSS Feed http://www.wheaton.edu/academics/services/academic-and-institutional-technology/about-us/new-and-changing/rss/ All blog posts. en 60 142008 http://www.wheaton.edu/academics/services/academic-and-institutional-technology/about-us/new-and-changing/archive/2018/august/lenovo-update/ <![CDATA[Wheaton College Now Purchasing PCs from Lenovo]]>

Wheaton College Now Purchasing PCs from Lenovo Effective Date: August 31, 2018 Wheaton College has selected Lenovo from GovConnection as the new vendor for our Windows-based PC purchases.  This selection was made after an extensive request for proposal was sent to six different technology vendors in order to ensure that we are purchasing the most suitable computers at the best price possible. As a result of that process, we are transitioning our standard PC product line from HP to Lenovo. This transition offers a number of exciting benefits for the college. Key Benefits and Features Improved computer hardware at prices comparable to or lower than previous equipment standards. Improved 3-year warranty, featuring next business day onsite support for hardware issues. Better integration between our computer vendor and ThunderMart, resulting in time savings and better order status communications. Access to a purchasing portal through our new vendor (GovConnection, the service provider where we purchase our Windows services), which will allow students, faculty, and staff to purchase personal equipment at the Wheaton College’s discounted prices (coming soon).  Impact on College Community Our existing fleet of HP computers will continue to be replaced at the same refresh rate as before, and AIT will continue to support them until they reach the end of their usable life.   Going forward, you will see HP and Lenovo and Windows Surface machines on campus.  You can learn more about computer ordering here. If you have any questions about this transition, please feel free to contact the AIT Service Desk at ait.service.desk@wheaton.edu.]]>
Mon, 27 Aug 2018 16:45:00 GMT
141614 http://www.wheaton.edu/academics/services/academic-and-institutional-technology/about-us/new-and-changing/archive/2018/august/introducing-mobile-printing/ <![CDATA[Introducing Mobile Printing]]>

  Introducing Mobile Printing   On July 31, 2018, Academic and Institutional Technology rolled out Mobile Printing for the Wheaton College campus.  Key Benefits and Features All students, staff, and faculty now have the ability to print from their mobile devices to a ThunderCloud printer while on campus. This can save you time as it is a faster way to print. Impact on College Community You can now print to any ThunderCloud printer straight from your mobile device or tablet while on campus.  Go to this page and choose your system.  From there you can watch a short video or read the quick steps to set it up on your device.  When using Mobile Printing you will sign in with your NetID and password.  Note: Users who receive a prompt asking which account to charge can’t use mobility print at this time.  For more information about ThunderCloud printing, see this article.  If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Academic and Institutional Technology at 630.752.4357 (HELP) or by email at ait.service.desk@wheaton.edu.]]>
Tue, 14 Aug 2018 08:19:00 GMT
141612 http://www.wheaton.edu/academics/services/academic-and-institutional-technology/about-us/new-and-changing/archive/2018/august/what-was-ait-up-to-this-summer/ <![CDATA[What was AIT up to this Summer?]]>

AIT in Action: What was AIT up to this summer?  AIT has been hard at work over the summer.  In partnership with Technology@Wheaton Governance and other key stake holders we have acquired and are planning to deploy several new systems.  Banner 9 (Upgrading the campus’ Enterprise Resource System (ERP) to the latest version) –Successfully deployed on August 3, 2018! Automic (Rolling out this software that will automate manual processes for Student Financial Services and other Banner users)– October 2018 Event Guru (Introducing this new Conference Services planning application that share information across campus)– December 2018 Identity and Access Management System (Fischer) (Replacing our homegrown identity management system so it will be streamlined and more secure) – June 2019 OnBase (Replacing our current document management system, Perceptive Content, for better system reliability and more functionality) – February 2019 CRM Advance (Replacing Banner Advancement with an updated, user-friendly platform) – January 2019 CRM Recruit to the Cloud (Migrating our student recruitment, admissions and enrollment management software to the cloud for enhanced vendor support) – September 2018 Ellucian Analytics (Introducing this cloud-based business intelligence tool that empowers users to convert data into actionable insights that drive student success, institutional growth, and operational efficiency) – November 2018 If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Academic and Institutional Technology at 630.752.4357 (HELP) or by email at ait.service.desk@wheaton.edu.    ]]>
Tue, 14 Aug 2018 08:15:27 GMT
141610 http://www.wheaton.edu/academics/services/academic-and-institutional-technology/about-us/new-and-changing/archive/2018/august/classroom-refresh-cycle/ <![CDATA[Classroom Refresh Cycle]]>

  How do we decide which classrooms to refresh next? Have you ever wondered how Wheaton College decides which classrooms to update/refresh each summer? Take a minute to look at the flowchart we have created that shows how AIT and Facilities work with the Provost’s Office, TIR, and faculty to think through these questions.  If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Academic and Institutional Technology at 630.752.4357 (HELP) or by email at ait.service.desk@wheaton.edu.  ]]>
Tue, 14 Aug 2018 08:12:23 GMT
141608 http://www.wheaton.edu/academics/services/academic-and-institutional-technology/about-us/new-and-changing/archive/2018/august/classroom-technology/ <![CDATA[Familiarize Yourself with the Technology in your Classroom]]>

  Familiarize yourself with the technology in your classroom. Academic & Institutional Technology (AIT) supports teaching technology in more than 150 classrooms and labs across campus. We are offering two short sessions to introduce faculty to the most common configurations—you need only attend one.  If you cannot make it to any of these, please call 630.752.4357 (HELP) and we will be happy to meet you in your classroom at a time that works best for you.   Thursday, August 30th, 10:30 AM, BGC 130 Friday, August 31st, 10:40 AM, Mey Sci 133]]>
Tue, 14 Aug 2018 08:04:00 GMT
141402 http://www.wheaton.edu/academics/services/academic-and-institutional-technology/about-us/new-and-changing/archive/2018/august/introducing-shari-lendy-instructional-designer/ <![CDATA[Introducing Shari Lendy, Instructional Designer]]>

  Introducing Shari Lendy, Instructional Designer Please join us in welcoming Shari Lendy, our new Instructional Designer, to AIT and Wheaton College. She is replacing David Kletzing who retired in March. Shari brings with her more than a decade of experience in higher education teaching Communication.  She earned her doctorate in Educational Technologies from Northern Illinois University.  Additionally, Shari earned the Master of Online Teacher (MOT) certificate from the Illinois Online Network (ION).  You can find Shari in BGC B15G or email her at shari.lendy@wheaton.edu.  Shari has been happily married for 19 years this 4th of July to her husband Dave and they have a son, Jack who is 17 years old. As a family they enjoy antiquing and flea markets.  She has been an active member of Hosanna! Lutheran Church for many years.  ]]>
Thu, 09 Aug 2018 13:10:55 GMT
141216 http://www.wheaton.edu/academics/services/academic-and-institutional-technology/about-us/new-and-changing/archive/2018/august/expert-help-in-instructional-design/ <![CDATA[Expert Help in Instructional Design: Drop-In Support]]>

Expert Assistance with Instructional Design: Drop-In Support Welcome to the Academic Technology Support Space | BGC B15 Did you know? AIT Academic and Scholarly Technology is offering drop-in support for faculty during chapel time on Tuesdays and Thursdays. We provide expert technology consulting in instructional design, syllabus development, Schoology assistance, academic technology grant development, lecture capture, and video creation. For your video creation, we are excited to offer our new state-of-the-art lightboard, which allows you to create stunning instructional videos. To learn more about the lightboard and its use, view this New and Changing article. To schedule an appointment with one of our academic technology professionals, please contact Academic and Institutional Technology at ait.service.desk@wheaton.edu or call 630.752.4357 (HELP).]]>
Tue, 07 Aug 2018 13:55:00 GMT
141218 http://www.wheaton.edu/academics/services/academic-and-institutional-technology/about-us/new-and-changing/archive/2018/august/cybersecurity-think-before-you-click/ <![CDATA[Cybersecurity: Think Before You Click!]]>

Cyber Security: Think Before You Click!  We know that phishing scams are becoming more frequent all the time.  Be on the alert!  Remember, Wheaton College AIT will never ask you for your username and password via email.  Watch this quick video for a reminder of why you should never enter your username and password in reply to an unsolicited email. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Academic and Institutional Technology at 630.752.4357 (HELP) or by email at ait.service.desk@wheaton.edu.]]>
Tue, 07 Aug 2018 13:26:00 GMT
141213 http://www.wheaton.edu/academics/services/academic-and-institutional-technology/about-us/new-and-changing/archive/2018/august/academic-technology-grant-fy-2018-2019/ <![CDATA[Academic Technology Grant FY 2018-2019]]>

 Academic Technology Grant FY 2018-2019 Effective Date: August 7, 2018 Applications are due October 15th for the Academic Technology Grant. Faculty are encouraged to think creatively about aspects of teaching and learning in their respective disciplines.  Please find more information and the application here. If you have any other questions or concerns, please contact Academic and Institutional Technology at ait.service.desk@wheaton.edu or call 630.752.4357 (HELP).  ]]>
Tue, 07 Aug 2018 13:12:00 GMT
141212 http://www.wheaton.edu/academics/services/academic-and-institutional-technology/about-us/new-and-changing/archive/2018/august/preparing-for-excellent-conference-and-video-calls/ <![CDATA[Preparing for Excellent Conference and Video Calls]]>

Preparing for Excellent Conference Calls and Video Calls Effective Date: August 7, 2018 Are you planning a meeting which will have people joining remotely?  AIT has you covered.  But you’ll want to take a few minutes in advance to make sure everything will work correctly when it’s time for your meeting.  Here are some of the highlights you’ll need to know: For meetings with a dial-in option for only two or three people, a desk phone should be used. If the meeting consists of a larger group, then a conference phone would be preferred, especially if the meeting room is large and people are spread out. The key is that the microphone must be capable of hearing each member of the group so that those on the phone can participate in the conversation.  Do not plan to simply use the audio and microphone on the computer or laptop.  This will not give you the sound quality you’ll need. If the meeting will have a power point presentation, or will be sharing screens, then having the presentation run through the presentation software is needed in order for the remote people to see it. Many conference rooms have a phone available within it. When scheduling a meeting with a dial in option, please ensure the meeting space has the appropriate phone equipment present. If the meeting space requires a conference phone with additional microphones, please check one out at equipment circulation. When given a choice, using your Conference Now number on a conference phone is the best way to get excellent sound.  Find out more about setting up Conference Now.   You can find more information about this on our website. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Academic and Institutional Technology at 630.752.4357 (HELP) or by email at ait.service.desk@wheaton.edu.]]>
Tue, 07 Aug 2018 13:03:00 GMT
141210 http://www.wheaton.edu/academics/services/academic-and-institutional-technology/about-us/new-and-changing/archive/2018/august/emerging-technologies-in-education-conference/ <![CDATA[Emerging Technologies in Education Conference]]>

Emerging Technologies in Education Conference Effective Date: August 7, 2018   Wheaton College is hosting an Emerging Technology Conference over Fall Break on Wednesday, 24 October 2018. This is an awesome opportunity to hear about trends in the industry as we think about what could be possible at Wheaton College.  We have a limited number of tickets available so please email the CIO if you’re interested in attending.  Some of the topics we will cover include augmented and virtual reality, Blockchain, and Artificial Intelligence.  Learn more from the website. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Academic and Institutional Technology at 630.752.4357 (HELP) or by email at ait.service.desk@wheaton.edu.]]>
Tue, 07 Aug 2018 11:46:00 GMT
140770 http://www.wheaton.edu/academics/services/academic-and-institutional-technology/about-us/new-and-changing/archive/2018/august/fall-2018-learning-bursts-for-schoology-and-remark/ <![CDATA[Fall 2018 Learning Bursts for Schoology and Remark]]>

Fall 2018 Learning Bursts for Schoology and Remark Faculty and TAs are invited to take advantage of 30-minute training opportunities to prepare for utilizing Schoology and Remark in support of your courses. Experience hands-on training scheduled during chapel time to expand your knowledge about Schoology and Remark best practices.  Sign up here! Learning Burst Opportunities Introducing Schoology: An overview of all the essential aspects of the LMS Friday, August 31st, 10:40 AM (MSC 204) Wednesday, September 5th, 10:40 AM (BGC 134) *Introducing Remark: Using Wheaton’s automated grading system Thursday, September 6th, 10:30 AM (BLA 472) Writing your Academic Technology Grant proposal: A summary of the requirements for a successful Academic Technology Grant with particular focus on virtual reality and the liberal arts Wednesday, September 12th, 10:40 AM (BLA 472) Friday, September 21st, 10:40 AM (MEY 129) *Building Your Schoology Course (for TAs): An overview of essential Schoology tools for Teaching Assistants and Course Builders Tuesday, September 11th, 10:30 AM (MEY 129) Tuesday, September 18th, 10:30 AM (BLA 472) Flipping your class with teaching video: Best practices for the effective use of video in flipped/blended learning in Schoology Wednesday, September 26th, 10:40 AM (ARM 145) Friday, September 28th, 10:40 AM (BGC 134) Teaching in the Classroom with an iPad and Apple Pencil: Effective classroom teaching techniques using a tablet device Monday, October 1st, 10:40 AM (ARM 145) Wednesday, October 3rd, 10:40 AM (MSC 204) Organizing your course in Schoology: Organizing material in Schoology for your course Wednesday, October 10th, 10:40 AM (BGC 134) Monday, October 15th, 10:40 AM (BLA 472) Understanding Schoology’s new assessment tool: Overview of the new and more powerful assessment tool that will replace Quizzes. Monday, November 12th, 10:40 AM (MEY 129) Wednesday, November 14th, 10:40 AM (BLA 472) Grading in Schoology: Effective gradebook management in Schoology with setup and grading Wednesday, December 5th, 10:40 AM (ARM 145) Monday, December 10th, 10:40 AM (MSC 204) *Scheduled at a time that should work for students as there are not classes or chapel at this time.  Ideal for TAs! Online Training You can watch recorded training sessions here (you may be asked to sign in). This folder includes other resources curated for Wheaton College. If you would like a one-on-one session with our staff, you can request one at ait.service.desk@wheaton.edu. If you have any other questions or concerns, please contact Academic and Institutional Technology at ait.service.desk@wheaton.edu or call 630.752.4357 (HELP).  ]]>
Thu, 02 Aug 2018 10:18:00 GMT
140416 http://www.wheaton.edu/academics/services/academic-and-institutional-technology/about-us/new-and-changing/archive/2018/july/introducing-student-on-tap/ <![CDATA[Introducing Student on Tap]]>

Introducing Student on Tap Good news!  In partnership with Student Government we have developed Student on Tap, the new, quick way for students to access the information they are most interested in with one simple click. On August 8, 2018, Academic and Institutional Technology will be launching a pilot of Student on Tap for Undergraduate students.  Key Benefits We have created an “app-like” experience for undergraduate students to use on their mobile devices. Student Government prioritized the five things students wish to most quickly access: Daily menu from Bon Appetit Calendar of campus events Undergraduate chapel schedule Map of Wheaton College campus Who’s Who Impact on College Community Students logging in to portal.wheaton.edu will now see the new Student on Tap interface from their computer or mobile device.  But don’t worry!  All the other things students need to access are still there!  Simply go up to the blue hamburger icon at the top left of the screen which will open the full Wheaton Portal experience.  When using a mobile device to access Student on Tap, your screen will look like this: To easily add Student on Tap (aka the “new Wheaton App”) to your mobile device, see the instructions to add Student on Tap to your iOS device or to your Android device.   We will continue to work with Student Government to get feedback from students and make adjustments.     If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Academic and Institutional Technology at 630.752.4357 (HELP) or by email at ait.service.desk@wheaton.edu.]]>
Mon, 30 Jul 2018 13:53:00 GMT
140408 http://www.wheaton.edu/academics/services/academic-and-institutional-technology/about-us/new-and-changing/archive/2018/july/banner-9-upgrade/ <![CDATA[Banner 9 Upgrade]]>

Banner 9 Upgrade Effective Date: August 3, 2018 On Friday, August 3, from 6:00pm to 12:00pm, we will be upgrading Banner INB, our enterprise resource planning system, to version 9. Version 9 is the latest release delivered by Ellucian that provides a modern user interface and moves us away from the Oracle forms that will soon no longer be supported. Banner 9 will be accessible from any internet browser and Java will no longer be required to run Banner services. During the upgrade, connectivity to Banner INB and Banner 9 will be unavailable. Please note that Banner Self-service remains unaffected by this upgrade of Banner INB to Banner 9. Key Benefits Fresh look and feel Improved navigation to administrative pages Better browser support Streamlined upgrades and conserved resources Impact on College Community Banner will be unavailable – Access to Banner INB, Banner 9, and Banner Self-service will be unavailable during the upgrade. Each Banner 9 user will need to clear the browser cache – after this upgrade, it will be necessary to clear your browser cache in order to have Banner 9 function properly for you. If you need assistance in clearing your cache, please contact the AIT help desk at 630.752.4357 (HELP.) Banner 9 will be accessible via the Wheaton Portal – After the upgrade, Banner 9 will be accessible via the Wheaton Portal (https://portal.wheaton.edu) on the Employee page. Log into the Wheaton Portal with your NetID credentials, select the Employee link on the left-side menu, and then select the “Banner 9 Admin Pages” link in the Help and Resources portlet. Existing Banner INB bookmarks and shortcuts – After the upgrade, any Banner INB bookmarks or shortcuts you’ve saved will no longer work.  All access to Banner 9 should be via the Wheaton Portal as described above. Additional Information This upgrade is the result of many people across campus working together to deploy this change.  Significant contributors include: Accounting/Purchasing Advancement Human Resources Registrar’s Office Student Financial Services Academic & Institutional Technology Thank you all for your teamwork! If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Academic and Institutional Technology at 630.752.4357 (HELP) or by email at ait.service.desk@wheaton.edu.]]>
Mon, 30 Jul 2018 13:44:00 GMT
134927 http://www.wheaton.edu/academics/services/academic-and-institutional-technology/about-us/new-and-changing/archive/2018/june/banner-9-database-upgrade-to-914/ <![CDATA[Banner web and Banner INB Maintenance, June 23, 2am to June 24, 5pm]]>

On June 23, 2018, from 2:00am to June 24, 5:00pm, Banner web and Banner INB will be unavailable while the database is upgraded to the newest version.  Key Benefits and Features This new release includes bug fixes and performance improvements for Banner. This is a required upgrade for the move from Banner 8 to Banner 9.   Impact on College Community During the upgrade BannerWeb and Banner INB will be inaccessible.  Access to Banner Finance, Employee Dashboard, and Personal Information will not be available.]]>
Thu, 21 Jun 2018 12:58:46 GMT
134075 http://www.wheaton.edu/academics/services/academic-and-institutional-technology/about-us/new-and-changing/archive/2018/june/changes-to-25live-login/ <![CDATA[25Live Maintenance and Changes to the Login Process]]>

25Live Maintenance and Changes to the Login Process On June 19, 2018, from 8:00pm-11:00pm, 25Live (the College’s room scheduling system) will be unavailable while the software is upgraded to the newest version.   Key Benefits and Features This new release includes bug fixes and performance improvements in 25Live as well as accessibility, display and user experience improvements to 25Live Mobile. 25Live information will be kept more secure by requiring a NetID and password to view or access the room scheduling information. Impact on College Community Each 25Live user will need to clear the browser cache after this upgrade, in order to have 25Live function properly for you. If you need assistance in clearing your cache, please contact AIT help desk at 630.752.4357 (HELP.) You will be required to sign in with your NetID and password before you can view 25Live information. This will allow us to keep our 25Live information secure and accessed only by authorized users. When you click on a link to 25live or a bookmark that you have saved for 25live, you will get a screen that looks like this:   Those users with pre-assigned 25Live logins may continue to use them and all other people can use their Net ID and password to access 25live. There will no longer be the “unsigned in” view. When you sign in, your customizable home screen will appear. If you experience difficulties signing in, contact the AIT Service Desk at ait.service.desk@wheaton.edu or 630.752.4357 (HELP).  ]]>
Mon, 18 Jun 2018 12:29:00 GMT
131214 http://www.wheaton.edu/academics/services/academic-and-institutional-technology/about-us/new-and-changing/archive/2018/april/feedback-on-free-printing/ <![CDATA[Free Printing on Campus: We Need Your Feedback!]]>

Free Printing on Campus: We Need Your Feedback! In March, Student Government, in partnership with Academic and Institutional Technology, launched a pilot program for free black and white printing on campus on a limited basis. Freenters approached Student Government earlier this academic year with an invitation to be an early adopter of this service.  This quad, you had the option to print for free in black and white from all residence hall lab computers and select library computers. To try the service, you need to visit a designated computer and select to print using the Freenters Driver option. Much like the free version of a paid app, the free printing program inserts a separate advertisement page or coupon after every 5 pages of your printed documents. ThunderCloud Printing will continue to be available, and you can make this selection at any time as usual. The pilot will run through the end of the semester. After this, Student Government and AIT will collaborate to see if it makes sense to extend the service on campus. Student Government would appreciate any feedback that you have on this pilot program. To submit feedback, contact the EVP of Finance &Technology at sg.tech.finance@my.wheaton.edu.  If you have any questions about the pilot for free printing, contact the Freenters at support@freenters.com.]]>
Thu, 26 Apr 2018 09:55:45 GMT
131212 http://www.wheaton.edu/academics/services/academic-and-institutional-technology/about-us/new-and-changing/archive/2018/april/danger-charging-phone-in-public-usb-ports/ <![CDATA[Danger! Charging Your Phone in Public USB Ports]]>

Danger! Charging Your Phone in Public USB Ports Every day we rely on our smartphones, tablets, and laptops. There’s nothing worse than sitting in the airport waiting to board your flight and having your battery go dead. Many airports, airplanes, or coffee shops have public USB ports you can use to charge your electronics, and it’s tempting to plug into these when you’re in a pinch. You just need to charge your battery – what’s the worst that can happen? By themselves, there’s nothing inherently wrong with any of these ports, but they can be modified by people who don’t have your best interest in mind. There is a real possibility of an invisible hacker collecting your information while your phone is innocently charging in a hacked outlet. The cord you use to charge your phone is also used to send data from your phone to other devices. For example, when you plug your iPhone into your Mac with the charging cord, you can download photos from your phone to your computer and sync your phone’s data with iTunes. If a public USB port has been compromised, there’s no limit to what information a hacker could take, including your emails, photos, and contacts. You shouldn't use public USB ports, but use one of these other options: Use a pronged plug instead of just the USB cord Invest in a portable USB battery pack Buy USB cords that don't have wires to transmit data, which prevents someone from hacking your phone's information. If you have any questions about cybersecurity, visit the AIT Website or contact the AIT Service Desk by email or by phone at 630.752.4357 (HELP).]]>
Thu, 26 Apr 2018 09:53:50 GMT
131210 http://www.wheaton.edu/academics/services/academic-and-institutional-technology/about-us/new-and-changing/archive/2018/april/summer-and-lyndacom/ <![CDATA[Get the Most Out of Your Summer Internship with Lynda.com]]>

Get the Most Out of Your Summer Internship with Lynda.com As summer approaches, you may be looking forward to beginning your new summer internship, and gaining hands-on experience in your field. You may be required to use job skills that you have never used before. ThunderCloud Training, powered by Lynda.com, can assist you in gaining expertise that will enhance your internship experience. One course we recommend watching is Turning an Internship into a Job, which discusses finding the best internship for you, gaining job referrals, or even turning your summer internship into a full-time position after graduation.  Additionally, Lynda.com includes courses on effective communication, top job skills, and software that you might be asked to use on the job. Impress your new boss by watching a Lynda video to learn something you don’t know how to do!  ThunderCloud Training, powered by Lynda.com, is a leading online learning company that helps you learn skills from industry professionals in a self-paced, convenient format. Lynda.com provides over 5,900 professional on-demand video courses that teach valuable business, software, and life skills. Normally a subscription to Lynda.com costs $250 a year, but Wheaton students have unlimited access to high-demand training courses.  Remember, you can always save videos to a playlist to watch later and your place is automatically saved. Enjoy the flexibility to watch Lynda.com content anytime, anywhere with offline viewing options and mobile apps. After you watch a course, be sure to check out the suggested courses to see related videos as well as more advanced and in-depth options.  If you have any questions, please contact Academic and Institutional Technology at ait.service.desk@wheaton.edu or call 630.752.4357 (HELP).]]>
Thu, 26 Apr 2018 09:51:00 GMT
131207 http://www.wheaton.edu/academics/services/academic-and-institutional-technology/about-us/new-and-changing/archive/2018/april/mobile-device-security/ <![CDATA[Free Video Courses: Mobile Device Security]]>

Free Video Courses: Mobile Device Security We can all learn to use technology more responsibly on our smartphones and tablets. We recommend watching the course Cybersecurity Awareness: Mobile Device Security. This course will teach you to identify security vulnerabilities and protect yourself against common attacks.  The whole ThunderCloud Training course is a little over an hour long, and you can also watch bite-sized videos for the topics that interest you.  Remember, you can always save videos to a playlist to watch later and your place is automatically saved. Enjoy the flexibility to watch Lynda.com content anytime, anywhere with offline viewing options and mobile apps. After you watch a course, be sure to check out the suggested courses to see related videos as well as more advanced and in-depth options. If you have any questions, please contact Academic and Institutional Technology at ait.service.desk@wheaton.edu or call 630.752.4357 (HELP).]]>
Thu, 26 Apr 2018 09:50:10 GMT