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Color Laser Printing

Instructional Technology Services provides color laser printing services for academic purposes, on standard size (8 1/2″ x 11″) paper, cardstock, glossy photo paper, transparency, and CD label print media formats. Prices vary from $.50 – $1.50 per print depending on the quantity of print media, if Wesleyan provides the print media, and what percent of […]Continue reading «Color Laser Printing»

How to Contact ITS

Instructional Technology Services (ITS) is located in the east portion of Smith-Curtis 109, where Dominic Vu, Jay Kahler, and WITS employees eagerly await your most challenging requests. Our regular business hours are Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. – noon and 1:00 – 5:00 p.m. Please phone 465-7777 and leave a detailed message to report problems or request […]Continue reading «How to Contact ITS»

Password Security

Remember: NEVER share password information with anyone! The network is only as safe as you make it. People can be tried under the same laws as credit card theft for using someone else’s password information.   The guidelines Wesleyan uses for password creation are: Must be between: 8-30 characters Must contain 3 out of 4 of the […]Continue reading «Password Security»

WebAdvisor Overview

WebAdvisor is a useful tool utilized by the Wesleyan community.  Continue reading «WebAdvisor Overview»

Security Tips and Tricks

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Information for Visitors of Nebraska Wesleyan

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What do you do if a Wesleyan IT Student is unavailable?

Call the Helpline (x7777). Someone should answer and will be able to assist your needs, or you can leave a voicemail message. You can also navigate to the Computing Services website (null), click on the “Help” link in the upper-left portion of the window, and proceed to enter and submit a request (ticket) for help. […]Continue reading «What do you do if a Wesleyan IT Student is unavailable?»

How can I speed up my computer?

The most com­mon thing that slows up your com­puter is clut­ter. To help relieve the clut­ter one thing to do is to sift out unwanted pro­grams and files in your com­puter. It is not as hard as you would think to clean your com­puter up by your self. The first place you should clean is […]Continue reading «How can I speed up my computer?»

My laptop just won’t connect to the internet!

If you are expe­ri­enc­ing issues con­nect­ing to the inter­net you can check whether or not the prob­lem lies with your com­puter or with your inter­net provider (For windows) the Start menu and open up the Con­trol Panel. Click on the Net­work Shar­ing Center At the top of the page there should be a graph of your inter­net connection […]Continue reading «My laptop just won’t connect to the internet!»

How do I display my iPad on the projector?

Check to see if your classroom is Apple Tv ready (most are), if so double click the home button on your iDevice (iPhone 4s or newer, iPad 2 or newer) swipe the bottom till your see a button with a box and a triangle on it. Click on that button and select your classroom. On […]Continue reading «How do I display my iPad on the projector?»