We are excited to announce that we will be implementing updates to all websites in our Web Publishing Service during Summer 2021. These updates will accommodate upcoming changes from the WordPress platform, provide a more modern look and feel, and will improve the accessibility of the sites so that all users can equally utilize them. Continue Reading »
The University will retire BlueJeans effective May 1, 2021. This date coincides with the end of Winter 2021 term, and the current BlueJeans contract period. For more information about this change in service, refer to the ITS BlueJeans Retirement Project page.
As alternatives to BlueJeans, CAEN recommends that faculty and staff begin using the Continue Reading »
In preparation for the Winter 2021 term, Nexus, CRLT-Engin, and CAEN invite you to a virtual Symposium on Engineering Teaching and Learning from January 11-13, 2021. This three-day event will consist of synchronous and asynchronous sessions that range from 60-90 minutes on curated topics based on faculty experiences, questions, and needs.
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In response to the need for faculty to stream and record their lectures for students learning remotely, the College has designated several classrooms as reservable self-service studios.
- CSRB 2236
- CSRB 2238
There have been many changes to the CAEN student computer labs starting Fall 2020 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The following summarizes these changes:
- There are now three types of in-person CAEN labs, each with their own restrictions
- Labs with Reservable Time Slots – These are the vast majority of CAEN labs. You must
Several CAEN computer labs have been designated as Reserved Seating Labs as part of Study Spaces at U-M. Areas in the Duderstadt Center also offer CAEN computers for reservation. This means that occupants in a space must first reserve an individual computer in order to use it. This requirement is intended to limit occupancy in Continue Reading »
When connecting to one of CAEN’s remote access services, such as the Windows Remote Desktop Service and the Linux Login Service, there are some simple steps you can take to improve your remote computing experience:
- Do not use the campus VPN service while connecting remotely. The VPN is not required to use these remote
The College of Engineering student supplemental printing allocation will no longer be offered starting in the Fall 2020 term. This change is the final step of a four-year plan to phase out the supplemental printing allocation. Students will continue to receive the standard U-M student ITS printing allocation of $24/term.
In response to the need for faculty to stream and record their lectures for students learning remotely during the pandemic, the College has designated several classrooms as reservable self-service studios. Instructors will be able to schedule these rooms to stream their lectures while also taking advantage of the built-in CAEN Lecture Capture service:
- CSRB 2236
With contributions from the College of Engineering, Information and Technology Services (ITS) has obtained a software license for Wolfram Mathematica that is available for all University of Michigan students to download to their personal computers at no cost.