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At its next meeting June 6, the Learning Technology Group at Western Washington University will discuss Dropbox and Evernote, two cloud-based tools that can be used by faculty, staff and students to organize work and store it in a shareable place.

Presenting "Saving Your Ideas on the…

The ATUS News for spring quarter 2013 is available online at http://atusnews.wwu.edu.

This issue contains information about the conversion to Canvas from Blackboard; the 2013 Innovative Teaching Showcase; Microsoft software for students, faculty & staff; and much more.

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The landscape of education has changed dramatically in the past few years, and the emergence of mobile technology and cloud-based services has forever changed the way we interact with our worlds.

The dramatic growth of mobile systems and services has also powered a renaissance in some…

Yesterday morning, ATUS experienced an unexpected service outage that is preventing access to the U: Drive (MyFiles and MyWeb) for some Western Washington University faculty and staff. Technical Services staff have determined that a virtual disk failure caused the outage, and the data must be…

Computer users are Western Washington University should allow updates to the installed Java software to run when they are notified of the update.

The university is still running Java 6.xx, and any automatic updates will be for that version. Users should not, however, manually try to…

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