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Welcome to TechBrief , an e-newsletter that shares important information and progress in Information Technology at Union University.

In this issue, you'll learn about

  • online evaluation of courses
  • IT helpdesk hours and contacts
  • printing from your laptop


CourseEval

Evaluate your next courses online

Help keep curriculum excellence-driven

In 2012, the University began testing and using a new online system to allow students to evaluate their courses. This system replaced a paper-based evaluation process that had been used at Union for many years.

With a more efficient tool to assess course effectiveness, the University now has more opportunities for improvement.

Each semester you'll receive convenient, personalized evaluation links via e-mail. Additionally, some faculty members will include evaluation links in your Moodlerooms courses. Using these resources, 92% of all students contacted were a part of the Fall 2012 evaluation process!

In the future, please complete all your course surveys as soon as the semester ends. In return, you'll get earlier access to your final grades in WebAdvisor!


QuickIT
 

IT - We're here to help you

Questions about using the portal? Login issues?

The Jackson helpdesk and central labs are staffed seven days a week to serve you. During Spring term, we're here 7:00 a.m. until 10:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, 11:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Saturday and 2:00 p.m. until 5:00 p.m. Sunday. Read about IT's lab hours and business hours for the year.

You're always welcome to log into ithelp.uu.edu to use our QuickIT services, providing you a one-stop place for all your IT support needs. You can check the status of your open QuickITs, view your previous QuickITs, or check on any global service issues or outage.

"Wait! What if my computer has crashed or the network is down?" Don't worry, you can always call us at 731.661.HELP (4357) or send an e-mail from your smartphone or other device to help@uu.edu

Go ahead, try it today! Learn more.


PawPrint
 

Print from your own laptop

Look for PawPrint printers across campus

PawPrint allows you to use any designated university printer to print a document stored on your laptop or computer.

You can upload a document when on campus and print it up to eight hours later on any printer with the PawPrint logo.
Get instructions and a list of printers
here.


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