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CASIT successfully achieved the Platinum level of Green Office Certification through the Office of Sustainability here at the University of Oregon.
With a few simple changes around the office, we can all help with environmental conservation:Following the UO’s Environmental Health & Safety, Surplus and Disposal, and Confidential Recycling policies. Using post-consumer waste products Switching to network-based storage solutions & moving servers to a virtual machine hosting solution, both offered by CASIT Systems. Wearing warmer clothes to the office during cooler weather to conserve ...
UO’s Blackboard Learning Management System is being replaced by Canvas. Please note the following dates:
3/01/2015 – Canvas is available for preparation of Spring courses by early adopters 3/31/2015 – Soft launch of Canvas for Spring course early adopters 9/30/2015 – Blackboard is shut off
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for training, support or questions related to Canvas.
This article is designed to guide users through clearing the Java cache on their machines.
The process described below is for Windows 7 users.
Click on the Start Menu, select the Control Panel.
Then click on Java (32-bit)
Note: Even if your machine is running a 64-bit version of Windows 7, it will still say 32-bit.
Then under Temporary Internet Files, click Settings…
Then click on Delete Files…,
Then click OK.
Note: When clearing cache due to Banner updates, be sure to also...
This post is designed to guide users through Google Calendar–the calendar program within the Google Apps suite. Google Calendar bears similarities to Microsoft Outlook and Apple’s iCal.
For faculty, staff, and graduate teaching fellows (GTFs) within CAS, a CAS Google account can be acquired through an opt-in process here.
Getting Started in Google Calendar
Go to google.com/calendar to get started. First, sign-in:
If is the first time signing in to Google Calendar, the user will see three windows (all of which bear information that can be modified later):