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Information Technology Services

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Kansas State University
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Manhattan KS 66506

785-532-7722
800-865-6143
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Tech Tips

Welcome to Tech Tips! This series provides help and information with new and emerging technology at Kansas State University. These training classes are designed to give you a good overview. They will cover the basics to get you going as well as providing tips to enhance your technology experience. The recorded programs are about 20 minutes in length followed by questions and answers. More programs may be offered in the future. Check back for any updates.

KSRE Tech Tips - Fall 2014

October 15
Adobe Photoshop Tips for Better Digital Photos
Learn the basic secrets to improving your digital photos.
Presented by Artur Gregorian, OME (Office of Mediated Education)
Link coming soon

October 29
iPad Productivity Apps
Improve your work using several of these cool iPad apps.
Presented by Dennis Devenney, College of Education
Link coming soon

November 5
Zoom Web Conferencing
Learn the new features of this easy to use K-State web conferencing tool.
Presented by Shelley Troyer, iTAC (Information Technology Assistance Center)
Link coming soon

November 12
Microsoft OneDrive
Find out about K-State's new cloud-based storage service.
Presented by Cathy Rodriguez, iTAC (Information Technology Assistance Center)
Link coming soon

November 19
Making YouTube Video Tips
Tips to improve your videos for online educational use.
Presented by Gerry Snyder, KSRE and OME
Link coming soon

KSRE Tech Tips - Spring 2014

March 11
Zoom Web Conferencing
This session will utilize the free Zoom software to conduct online meetings and webinars. Similar to Adobe Connect, this communication tool contains several easy to use features.
Presented by Shelley Troyer, iTAC (Information Technology Assistance Center)
View the recorded webinar

March 12
Office 365 Outlook Web App
The focus of this program will cover using Outlook e-mail and calendar through your Web browser. Learn how to organize and sort your e-mail, create a signature set, schedule meetings on the calendar and more.
Presented by Charles Appelseth and Zac Burns, iTAC (Information Technology Assistance Center)
View the recorded webinar

March 13
Office 365 Outlook Desktop Client
This session will be an overview of the installed Outlook desktop client. With a slightly different interface from the Web browser version, presenters will show you the key features of e-mail and calendar system to get the most productivity out of this powerful software.
Presented by Charles Appelseth and Zac Burns, iTAC (Information Technology Assistance Center)
Watch the recorded webinar