News & Alerts
Called “OneStThomas,” the intranet will be accessible only with a St. Thomas username and password and serve as a digital “wrapper” for Office365, SharePoint technologies and internal campus communications.
For the first time, Information Technology Services is launching a pilot called Canvas to potentially replace Blackboard, a virtual classroom that has been used by St. Thomas faculty and students since 2002. About 100 students this fall and 400 students this spring will test Canvas.
ITSpotlight highlights members of the ITS staff for the roles they play here at the university and to bring to light our creative, unique, and fun hobbies that extend beyond our common interest in technology. Watch for the debut of the next ITSpotlight at the start of each month throughout the semester!
Information Technology Services, formerly known as IRT, has seen many changes during the past year seeking to improve in ways that benefit the campus community.
Each week, ITS sends students different tips for how to use the technology on campus. These tips will help you leverage technology to be more productive in your classes, internships, jobs, and in achieving your personal goals.
Brett Coup, who has held technology leadership positions in online education and learning technologies for more than a decade, has been named associate vice president of academic technology and will co-direct the new St. Thomas E-Learning and Research (STELAR) center.
ITS launched the Office 365 suite for all St. Thomas faculty, staff and students. This move allows for more email and file storage, collaboration across the university, state-of-the-art security and access to the Microsoft Office 365 suite on all devices.