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Accounts

Description

Resources

Available for:

IT services are accessible through three accounts:

Your NDSU electronic-ID (typically firstname.lastname) is used to access services including Blackboard, computer clusters, library services, and the campus wired and wireless network.

Your N.D. University System account (typically firstname.lastname) is used to access Campus Connection, Financials and the HR Management System.

Your NDSU email address (typically firstname.lastname@ndsu.edu) is used to access Microsoft Office 365 email, calendaring, Sharepoint, OneDrive and Lync for employees, and Office 365 email and calendaring for students.

New students: Activate your accounts now!

Log in to Enroll  to activate or manage your services

N.D. University System account information

Change your password for Campus Connection or HRMS

  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Students

Anti-virus, Anti-malware

Description

Resources

Available for:

Anti-virus and anti-malware software should be installed on all NDSU-owned computers and on personal computers connected to NDSU’s network and other resources. Free anti-virus and anti-malware software is provided for use on NDSU-owned computers and for use on personal computers.

Get FREE anti-virus software for your Windows or Mac computer

  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Students

Application Development

Description

Resources

Available for:

Enterprise Application Development provides software engineering and development services to NDSU departments.

Enterprise Application Development

  • Departments
  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Students

Assistive Technology

Description

Resources

Available for:

Hardware and software that facilitate greater learning independence are provided in the assistive technology cluster and in the Teaching and Learning Media Center.

Technology Learning & Media Center

Disability Services

  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Students

Atomic Learning

Description

Resources

Available for:

Atomic Learning offers short video tutorials on hundreds of software titles and applications including Microsoft Office, Blackboard, iMovie, InDesign, Photoshop, Twitter, and Wordpress. 

Access to Atomic Learning is provided by NDSU Distance and Continuing Education.

Log in to Atomic Learning

  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Students

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Bandwidth

Description

Resources

Available for:

NDSU's network bandwidth is provided through STAGEnet, North Dakota’s state network. Internet2 access is delivered via the Northern Tier Network – North Dakota

View your bandwidth usage on the Residence Hall network

  • Faculty 
  • Staff
  • Students

Bison Card

See: Card Access

BisonLines Long Distance

Description

Resources

Available for:

BisonLines is a long distance service offered by NDSU. With BisonLines, you can dial directly from any campus phone to friends and family anywhere in the United States for $0.07 a minute.

See also: Cellular Phones, Voice Communications, Voice Mail

Log in to view monthly telephone statement

BisonLines website

Contact NDSU Telecommunications if you have questions.

  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Students

Blackboard Collaborate

Description

Resources

Available for:

Blackboard Collaborate is used for Web conferencing, mobile collaboration, instant messaging, and voice and video recording.

See also: Blackboard Learn, Blackboard Mobile

Blackboard Collaborate Help Documentation

  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Students

Blackboard Learn

Description

Resources

Available for:

Blackboard is an online learning management system that allows instructors to post course information, materials, assignments, tests, quizzes and grades. Instructors and students can also use Blackboard to collaborate and communicate with others in the course. Some campus organizations use Blackboard for collaboration and communication.

See also: Blackboard Collaborate, Blackboard Mobile

Log in to Blackboard

Blackboard Learn Help Documentation

  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Students

Blackboard Mobile

Description

Resources

Available for:

Blackboard Mobile is an application that allows users to access Blackboard Learn from a smartphone or tablet.

Download Blackboard Mobile

 

  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Students

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Cable Television

Description

Resources

Available for:

Basic Cable TV service with 50+ channels is provided to residence halls, apartment units and to several administrative and academic locations. Access to premium channels can be purchased through CableOne in Fargo (701-280-0033).

The NDSU Emergency Alert System will interrupt cable programming with emergency information.

List of NDSU channels and troubleshooting tips

Contact NDSU Telecommunications if you have questions.

  • Students

Calendar (Office 365)

Description

Resources

Available for:

NDSU partners with Microsoft to provide online calendaring for faculty, staff and students. The current calendar and email system is Microsoft Office 365.

See also: Event Calendar

Log in to NDSU email and calendaring

  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Students

Campus Connection

Description

Resources

Available for:

Use Campus Connection, the N.D. University System’s student information system, to manage your accounts, financial aid, and registration.

Log in to Campus Connection

Campus Connection Help Documentation

Change your Campus Connection password

  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Students

Card Access

Description

Resources

Available for:

Using the NDSU ID card (Bison Card), security card access provides automated access control to all residence halls, many apartment units and several academic and administrative buildings, providing tailored access permissions and 24x7 alarm monitoring.

Telecommunications & Emergency Support Technologies

Bison Card Center

  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Students

Cellular Phones

Description

Resources

Available for:

NDSU provides centralized cellular services through the Telecommunications and Emergency Support Technologies Department.

Cell services options and availability

Frequently Asked Questions

Contact NDSU Telecommunications if you have questions.

  • Faculty
  • Staff

Central Authentication Service (CAS)

Description

Resources

Available for:

Provides centralized authentication for supported Web applications, including those hosted by qualified third parties. Departments can request CAS be added to Web applications free of charge. 

NDSU Central Authentication Service

  • Departments
  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Students

Central File Services

Description

Resources

Available for:

NDSU’s Central File Services includes data storage, backup and sharing for departments and individuals. File Services are commonly referred to as Windows File Services or the S:, X:, and U: drives:

  • S: drive for department shared folders and files
  • X: drive for cross-department shared folders and files
  • U: drive for individual user's storage

Suitable for data protected by FERPA and HIPAA, and suitable for IRB data and Intellectual Property.

If you are storing data that may be impacted by export control restrictions, please contact NDSU's chief IT security officer at 231-5870 or ndsu.itso@ndsu.edu.

NDSU File Services information

Connect to NDSU File Services on and off campus

Frequently Asked Questions

Storage quotas and requests to increase storage space

  • Departments
  • Faculty
  • Staff

Clickers (Student Response System)

Description

Resources

Available for:

Student response technology, commonly referred to as clickers, includes software, hardware and mobile solutions for audience polling and participation in classrooms and meetings. Instructors use clickers to take attendance, administer electronic quizzes and conduct question-answer polls to augment discussions and problem-solving activities. 

NDSU’s standard student response system is Turning Technologies.

Clicker Help Documentation

  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Students

Computer Cascade Program

Description

Resources

Available for:

NDSU-owned computers are repurposed through the Cascade Program. Three- to four-year-old computers from campus clusters are made available annually for purchase by departments to replace outdated equipment.

See also: Computer Recycling

Cascade Program information

  • Departments
  • Faculty
  • Staff

Computer Labs

Description

Resources

Available for:

Computer labs are available in over 40 locations with more than 500 computers, including Windows and Mac. Some labs are open 24 hours, with card access required after hours. Log in using your NDSU electronic ID and password.

Locations and hours

Software available on computers

  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Students

Computer Recycling

Description

Resources

Available for:

Equipment that is outdated or no longer used by departments is surplused by the NDSU Purchasing Department. Computers that are still viable for use on campus are redistributed. Remaining equipment is then either sold at auction or disposed of in an environmentally friendly manner.

See also: Computer Cascade Program

Computer recycling information

  • Departments
  • Faculty
  • Staff

Content Management System

See: Web Content Management System (TYPO3)

Course Management System

See: Blackboard Learn

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Desktop Support

Description

Resources

Available for:

Desktop Support provides assistance with computer purchasing, setup, maintenance, and support for faculty and staff in departments that utilize Desktop Support to manage their NDSU-owned computers. Other services include virus removal, operating system upgrades, hardware fixes under warranty, software installation and network printer installation.

Desktop Support

Automated installer for HP and Lanier printers

  • Departments, faculty and staff with computers that are managed by ITS Desktop Support

Directory

Description

Resources

Available for:

Search by first (optional) and last name to find contact information for NDSU people.

Phone and Email Directory

Office Directory

  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Students
  • Guests

Domain Name Service

Description

Resources

Available for:

NDSU provides Domain Name Services to route network traffic.

Domain Name Services Request Form

  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Students

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Eduroam

Description

Resources

Available for:

Education roaming (eduroam) is a global internet access service that provides immediate, secure wireless at NDSU and at other educational institutions that participate in the eduroam network.

Set up your device to connect to eduroam

NDSU Wireless Networks

Tips for optimizing your wireless connection

View a map of eduroam institutions in the U.S.

  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Students
  • Guests*

*Guests have access to the NDSU wireless network if their home institution is a participating member of eduroam.

Electronic ID, e-ID

See: Accounts

Email (Office 365)

Description

Resources

Available for:

Your NDSU email account is an official communication channel. NDSU partners with Microsoft to provide email service for students, faculty and staff. The current email system is Microsoft Office 365.

Log in to NDSU email and calendar

Find out more about the NDSU employee/student email merge on July 18!

  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Students

Employee Self-Service

Description

Resources

Available for:

Employee Self-Service, the N.D. University System’s human resource information management system, provides employees with access to payroll, benefits, and leave balance information.

Log in to Employee Self-Service

NDSU Human Resources and Payroll

  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Student Employees

Enroll

Description

Resources

Available for:

Web portal to request, activate and manage NDSU information technology services.

Log in to Enroll to activate or manage your services

  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Students

Equipment Checkout

Description

Resources

Available for:

Equipment including laptops, digital camcorders, digital SLR cameras, point and shoot cameras, tripods, and microphones are available for checkout at the IT Help Desk.

Log in to reserve equipment

  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Students

Event Calendar

Description

Resources

Available for:

The NDSU Event Calendar provides information about major events at NDSU, events supported by student fees, and important dates and deadlines for the university community.

NDSU Event Calendar

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Students
  • Guests

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File Storage

Several options are available for storing and sharing files and other data.

See: Central File Services, Google Drive, OneDrive for Business, SharePoint

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Google Apps

Description

Resources

Available for:

Google Apps at NDSU provide access to Google Sites and Google Drive, which includes Docs, Keep and My Tracks. Other Google services, including Gmail and Google Calendar, are not accessible through your Google Apps at NDSU account.

See also: Google Drive, Google Sites

Google Apps at NDSU

Set up your Google Apps account

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Students

Google Drive

Description

Resources

Available for:

Google Drive provides 30 GB of space and can be used to create, share and store documents, spreadsheets and presentations. It can also be used for collaborative content authoring in real time.

Google Apps at NDSU

Set up your Google Apps account

Frequently Asked Questions

Google's Support Site for Google Drive

  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Students

Google Sites

Description

Resources

Available for:

Use Google Sites to create dynamic websites with embedded documents, presentations and videos.

Google Apps at NDSU

Set up your Google Apps account

Frequently Asked Questions

Google's support page for Google Sites

 

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Hardware Standards

Description

Resources

Available for:

The Information Technology Services department sets hardware standards for desktop and laptop computers managed by the Desktop Support unit.

View hardware standards and recommendations

  • Departments

Help Desk

Description

Resources

Available for:

The IT Help Desk is your first point of contact for all IT support needs. When you need assistance, call, email or chat with us online, or view our Web documentation for self-help options.

Hours and locations

Help options:

 

  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Students

Human Resource Management System

Description

Resources

Available for:

Use HRMS, the N.D. University System’s employee self-service information system, to manage your personal information, payroll, compensation and benefits.

Log in to Employee Self-Service

Self Service Help Documentation

Change your password

  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Students

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Identity and Access Management Application

Description

Resources

Available for:

Provides self-service capabilities to NDSU faculty and staff who are responsible for managing departmental and cross-departmental access to certain IT services, including group access to departmental workstation computers.

IAM information

  • Authorized Service Managers

ImageNow

Description

Resources

Available for:

Document imaging solution that enables paper documents – such as applications, forms,  meeting minutes – to be scanned and converted into electronic images that are stored on a secure server and can be easily searched for and retrieved. Contact the Office of Registration & Records for more information.

Document imaging

  • Departments

InCommon

Description

Resources

Available for:

NDSU is one of many higher ed institutions participating in InCommon, the U.S. education and research identity federation that provides a common framework for trusted shared management of access to online resources, including Educause.

Log in to Educause using InCommon

  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Students

Instructional Services

Description

Resources

Available for:

Instructional Services provides training and support for effective and innovative use of technology for teaching and learning.

Instructional Services

Training schedule

  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Students

Instructional Technology

See: Blackboard CollaborateBlackboard LearnClickers, Computer Clusters, Instrumented Classrooms, LockDown Browser, Smart Boards and Panels, Tegrity Lecture Capture

Instrumented Classrooms

Description

Resources

Available for:

More than 100 classrooms on campus are instrumented with standard technology, including a ceiling-mounted projector, Windows computer, document camera, laptop connectivity and a control system for easily switching between devices.

See also: Computer Clusters, Smart Boards and Panels, Tegrity Lecture Capture

Locations and equipment

Report a problem

  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Students

Internet2

Description

Resources

Available for:

Internet2 is a member-owned advanced technology community founded by leading higher education institutions in the United States. Internet2 provides a collaborative environment for U.S. research and education organizations to solve common technology challenges, and to develop innovative solutions in support of their educational, research and community service missions.

NDSU and UND serve as the research education members for Internet2 in North Dakota. Within that membership, access to Internet2 is sponsored for the N.D. University System and the other nine institutions, tribal colleges and public K-12 community.

NDSU Advanced Applications

  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Students

IPv6

Description

Resources

Available for:

IPv6, the successor to the current IPv4 Internet Protocol, is critical to the Internet’s continued growth as a platform for innovation and economic development. NDSU’s network, which is connected to Internet2 and the Northern Tier Network, has been IPv6 capable since 2008.

World IPv6 Launch

  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Students

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Laptops

See: Equipment Checkout

Learning Management System

See: Blackboard Learn

Lecture Capture

See: Tegrity Lecture Capture

LockDown Browser (Respondus)

Description

Resources

Available for:

Respondus LockDown Browser is a secure browser for taking tests in Blackboard Learn, NDSU's learning management system. It prevents students from printing, copying, going to another URL, or accessing other applications during a test. Respondus is installed on all cluster computers.

LockDown Browser Help Documentation

  • Faculty
  • Students

Lync

Description

Resources

Available for:

Microsoft Lync lets you connect with others through instant messaging, video calls, and online meetings.

Instructions for installing Lync

  • Faculty
  • Staff

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MATLAB

Description

Resources

Available for:

MATLAB software is used for numerical computation, visualization, and programming. It is available at no cost to NDSU faculty and staff for both on-campus and home use through NDSU’s software licensing program

NDSU Software Licensing

  • Faculty
  • Staff

Media Studio

Description

Resources

Available for:

The media studio includes a video recording room with an HD camera and a variety of backdrops, including a green screen for special effects. An acoustically treated audio recording room with professional quality microphones is located within the studio.

Media Studio Equipment

To reserve the Media Studio, email ndsu.tlmc.support@ndsu.edu

  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Students

Microsoft Office ProPlus

Description

Resources

Available for:

Students and employees are eligible for free Microsoft Office 365 ProPlus, a full version of Office that includes Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook and more. Install the software on multiple devices, including PCs, Macs and tablets.

Users must connect to the Internet once every 30 days to verify they are still eligible for the program.

See also: Microsoft Home Use Program

Instructions for downloading free Microsoft Office 

  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Students enrolled for one or more credits

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NDSU Limited (Wireless Network)

Description

Resources

Available for:

NDSU Limited provides campus guests with limited wireless access to the Internet. To grant access to NDSU limited, NDSU employees can generate a guest password

Generate a password for your guest(s)

NDSU Wireless Networks

Tips for optimizing your wireless connection

  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Guests

NDSU Search

Description

Resources

Available for:

Indexing and search service for NDSU websites.

Search technology

Search from the NDSU home page

  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Students
  • Guests

Northern Tier Network

Description

Resources

Available for:

The Northern Tier Network Consortium is a regional network initiative that provides a robust research network connection for educational institutions in the upper-northwestern states by creating a national backbone route across the northern United States. NDSU is a leading institution behind the Northern Tier Network - North Dakota.

Northern Tier Network Consortium

NTN - North Dakota Annual Report 

  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Students

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Office 365

See: Calendar, Email, OneDrive, SharePoint

OneDrive for Business (Office 365)

Description

Resources

Available for:

Store, organize and share documents and other files in Microsoft's OneDrive for Business with 25 GB storage space. You have the option to give others permission to review and edit content. You can also synchronize files and folders with your computer or mobile device to access content offline. OneDrive is part of the Office 365 email and calendar system.

Log in to NDSU email and calendar

  • Faculty
  • Staff
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Phonebook

See: Directory

Printing (Departmental)

Description

Resources

Available for:

Lanier printers/scanners/copiers for departmental printing are provided by NDSU Print and Copy Services, 231-2000.

Departmental printers, copiers and multi-function systems that are connected to NDSU’s network should comply withNDSU Security Standards and Guidelines for Printers.

NDSU Print and Copy Services

  • Departments

Printing (GoPrint in Computer Clusters)

Description

Resources

Available for:

GoPrint is a managed black/white and color printing service available in computer clusters and at some kiosks. You can print from a computer in the cluster or kiosk. You can also connect your personal desktop or laptop computer to GoPrint.

Students have 500 pages of black/white printing per semester, with the option to purchase more using Bison Bucks.

Connect your personal laptop or desktop computer to GoPrint

Add funds to your Bison Bucks account

  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Students

Printing (Large Format)

Description

Resources

Available for:

Large format printing for posters and other items is available through the IT Help Desk. Two specialty printers are located at the main IT Help Desk in Quentin Burdick Building 150A.

Large format printing at the Help Desk

Guidelines for creating and printing large format posters

  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Students

Pubweb

Description

Resources

Available for:

Pubweb is an option for hosting Web content at NDSU. Pubweb content authors must have or hire the expertise necessary to carry out all website construction and maintenance tasks. If you require authoring support, NDSU's Content Management System, TYPO3, may be a better hosting option.

Pubweb Hosting

  • Departments
  • Faculty
  • Staff

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Qualtrics

Description

Resources

Available for:

Survey tool available to faculty, staff and students at no cost through the Group Decision Center and Distance and Continuing Education.

Get started using Qualtrics

Log in to Qualtrics

Group Decision Center

  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Students

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Read & Write Gold Software

Description

Resources

Available for:

Read & Write Gold is an innovative literacy software that supports reading fluency and comprehension, writing, studying and research skills. The software is available at no cost to students, faculty and staff.

Instructions for downloading Read & Write Gold

  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Students

Records Management

Description

Resources

Available for:

Education, awareness and training on records management and disposal. NDSU Records Management ensures the university’s management of records is in compliance with federal laws, North Dakota Century Code and NDSU Policy 713: Records Retention.

 NDSU Records Management Information

  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Students

ResNet

Description

Resources

Available for:

The Residence Hall Network, or ResNet, includes secure wireless and wired Internet access in residence halls lounges, study areas and student rooms. Devices must be registered online before students can connect to ResNet.

View your bandwidth usage on the Residence Hall network

  • Students

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Server Hosting

Description

Resources

Available for:

A fee-based server hosting program is available to departments in need of assistance with monitoring, maintaining and managing the server hardware, operating system, storage, backups, security, and patching.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Departments

SharePoint (Office 365)

Description

Resources

Available for:

Share and collaborate with colleagues and peers within and outside of NDSU. Access internal sites, documents and other information from anywhere.

Log in to NDSU email and calendar

Request a SharePoint Team Site

  • Faculty
  • Staff

Smart Boards and Panels

Description

Resources

Available for:

Interactive Smart Boards and Panels are available in some instrumented classrooms. Smart boards are interactive whiteboards used to connect your computer to the whiteboard, allowing you to control computer applications from the board, write notes in digital ink and save your work to share later. Smart panels are tabletop versions of Smart boards.

See also: Instrumented Classrooms

Smart Technology Help Documentation

  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Students

Software

Description

Resources

Available for:

NDSU Software Licensing offers a limited selection of software at academic prices, including Microsoft and Adobe products. Some software is available at no cost.

See also: MATLAB, Microsoft Home Use Program, Microsoft Student Advantage Program, Read & Write Gold

NDSU Software Licensing

NDSU Department Software Contacts

 

  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Students

Software Engineering

See: Application Development

Statistical Consulting

Description

Resources

Available for:

Statistical Consulting provides assistance at various stages of the research process, including research design, data processing, data analysis and presentation of results. Services are available typically at no charge. Statistical Consulting is jointly supported by Information Technology Services and the Statistics Department.

Statistical Consulting Services

  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Students

Student Response System

See: Clickers

Surveys

See: Qualtrics

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Technology Learning & Media Center

Description

Resources

Available for:

Provides a variety of technology learning and media services for the campus community, including multimedia services, classroom project support, plotting services, coursework assistance and technology workshops. The TLMC is located in Quentin Burdick Building 150C.

Technology Learning & Media Center

  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Students

Tegrity Lecture Capture

Description

Resources

Available for:

Lecture capture service that is integrated with Blackboard Learn. May be used in certain instrumented classrooms. Recordings may also be done outside a classroom setting. Students can view Tegrity recordings through Blackboard.

Tegrity Help Documentation

  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Students

Test Scoring (Optical Mark Reader)

Description

Resources

Available for:

Automated test scoring using the optical mark reader (OMR) is available free of charge at the IT Help Desk.

Test scoring options and answer sheets

Help Desk hours and locations

 

  • Departments
  • Faculty

Training

Description

Resources

Available for:

Free technology training on various topics is provided through Instructional Services and the Technology Learning and Media Center.

See also: Atomic Learning, Instructional Services,Technology Learning & Media Center

Training Schedule

  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Students

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Videoconferencing

Description

Resources

Available for:

Two-way audio and video connections that can be made to many sites worldwide. Participants can view documents, computer files, applications and videos and discuss them interactively.

See also: Blackboard Collaborate, Lync

Videoconferencing rooms and reservations

  • Faculty
  • Staff

Voice Communications

Description

Resources

Available for:

Centralized voice services are provided to the main campus, including residence halls and apartments as well as to eleven remote locations.

5-digit dialing is available between many University System institutions as well as to State offices in Bismarck, without incurring long distance charges.

See also: BisonLines Long Distance, Cellular PhonesVoice Mail

Department Telephone Administrators

List of prefixes for 5-digit dialing

Contact NDSU Telecommunications if you have questions.

  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Students

Voice Mail

Description

Resources

Available for:

NDSU’s advanced voice mail and unified communications system offers flexible voice mail management from easy to use interfaces; allows you to receive important calls, at the right time; alerts you to new messages; has advanced speech recognition features; provides in-bound faxing to your email account; and sends voice messages to  NDSU email with the option to also have text translations.

See also: BisonLines Long DistanceCellular PhonesVoice Communications

Voicemail and Unified Communications Web page

Contact NDSU Telecommunications if you have questions.

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  • Staff

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Web Content Management System (TYPO3)

Description

Resources

Available for:

NDSU’s Web Content Management System, TYPO3, is an extensively supported option for constructing and maintaining NDSU websites. Individuals or departments who need Web support should consider using CMS.

Log in to CMS

CMS Knowledge Base

CMS Users Group

  • Departments
  • Faculty
  • Staff

Website Hosting

Description

Resources

Available for:

Two main options are available for hosting Web content at NDSU.

NDSU’s Content Management System (CMS) is an extensively supported Web hosting option. Individuals or departments who need construction and maintenance support should consider using CMS.

Pubweb is available for individuals or departments who have or can hire the expertise necessary to construct and maintain a website.

See also: PubwebWeb Content Management System

Log in to CMS

CMS Knowledge Base

CMS Users Group

  • Departments
  • Faculty
  • Staff

Windows File Services

See: Central File Services

Wireless

Description

Resources

Available for:

Secure wireless Internet is available at most locations on campus, including classrooms, office spaces, public areas, residence halls and two outdoor sites. Faculty, staff and students must install a secure wireless certificate on their device to access secure wireless.

See also: Eduroam, NDSU Limited (Wireless Network)

Install a security certificate on your device to connect to wireless for the first time

NDSU Wireless Networks

 

Tips for optimizing your wireless connection

  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Students

Workshops

See: Training


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North Dakota State University
IT Help Desk Phone: +1 (701) 231-8685
Administrative Calls Only: +1 (701) 231-7961 / Fax: (701) 231-8541
Campus address: Quentin Burdick Building 206
Physical/delivery address: 1320 Albrecht Blvd, Fargo, ND 58102
Mailing address: NDSU Dept. 4510 / PO Box 6050 / Fargo, ND 58108-6050
Page manager: Information Technology Services

Last Updated: Wednesday, December 10, 2014 12:34:02 PM