WSU’s central Information Technology Services is pleased to share its 2020 annual report, reflecting on some of the biggest technology projects supporting WSU’s goals this past fiscal year.
With full access to the Canvas pilot, all WSU instructors have the option to migrate their Blackboard courses over to the new learning management software for the upcoming spring semester.
Multi-Factor Authentication is being added to Microsoft Office 365 suite of services. This will include Outlook, Teams, OneDrive, Word and more.
Anyone wishing to nominate someone for going above and beyond in ensuring WSU remains a healthy, safe and secure place can do so by filling out an online form.
All WSU employees will use Workday in some capacity from managing their personal information to tracking their time worked/off.
The series of 18 virtual meetings will be hosted throughout the WSU system by President Kirk Schulz and Provost and Executive Vice President Elizabeth Chilton this fall.
Beginning the evening of Aug. 4, Multi‑Factor Authentication will be required for more than 90 departmental and university-wide applications including Blackboard, Zoom, Outlook, Office 365 applications and more.
ITS will be performing maintenance on the Pullman border firewall, resulting in an outage of internet connection to and from the Pullman campus during the scheduled maintenance.
Multi‑Factor Authentication for more WSU applications, including Office 365, Blackboard, Adobe and Cougar Card, is scheduled for implementation the evening of Aug. 4.
Faculty and staff are encouraged to join an online celebration at 3:30 p.m. today, June 11, to welcome all incoming Fall 2020 new students systemwide.