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- Faster research network will speed research data travels on Purdue’s campus and off
Purdue researchers aren’t just getting a new high-capacity, fast, reliable and secure research data storage system this fall, they’re getting an upgraded campus research network for moving their data that is 58 times faster at its core than the old network. The network upgrade should allow faster movement of data on campus for computation, analysis and storage and and more rapid sharing of data nationwide.
- ITaP retires old PAL 2.0 wireless system, users should switch to PAL 3.0
ITaP retired the old PAL 2.0 wireless system on July 31 because it was slower, less secure and not as compatible with current-generation devices as the newer PAL 3.0, available at Purdue since 2012. Faculty, staff and students who were using PAL 2.0 before summer break should switch to PAL 3.0.
- ITaP help points users in the right direction on Purdue’s information technology landscape
From help resetting your password to printing a class assignment, ITaP’s customer service options can tackle Purdue student, faculty and staff computer and other information technology questions seven days a week.
- ITaP fall workshop series to cover key teaching and learning tools
Faculty and staff looking to refresh their instructional technology skills before the start of the academic year or develop new skills are encouraged to register for one or more sessions during ITaP’s fall workshop series, covering video creation, course management, digital feedback and more.
- Classroom technology tips for instructors can help speed time to teaching
These classroom technology tips can help instructors at Purdue get up and running quickly as the fall semester begins, maximizing the time for teaching in class sessions.