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Issue 45, Spring 2010
by Jennifer Dixey
The past year-and-a-half has been a busy period for the Integrated Laboratory Network. In late 2008, the ILN was named one of the National Science Foundations Top 20 most effective projects an honor that led to WWUs Scientific Technical Services Director, Devon Cancilla, being interviewed in Washington, DC, last fall for a special report on the chosen projects. (The report will be out shortly.) Since then, we have redesigned and updated our Drupal website to provide richer science learning experiences online. Continued >>
Phishing scams are rampant and can cause severe consequences for those who bite, including financial hardship and identity theft. Phishing is
Nancy Grayum, ATUS Manager of Classroom Services, retired from Western at the end of April after 23 years of outstanding service. Nancy is a native northwesterner who grew up near Puget Sound
Did you know that Western Washington University has a YouTube EDU channel? Its true! Visit it at http://www.youtube.com/wwu.
Listserv, which WWU has been using as one of our electronic mailing list software options for many years, is no longer fully supported.
The Student Technology Center hired a technical writer, Western senior Patty Hastings, at the start of the school year to create
Our last newsletter introduced Elluminate as Western's new webinar tool. Since that time, faculty have begun
This is Issue 45, Spring 2010
Academic Technology News is a production of Academic Technology & User Services, Western Washington University, Bellingham, Washington 98225-9094.
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Monica Aebly, Susan Brown, Matthew Anderson, Kevin Dixey, Jennifer Dixey, John Farquhar, Rob Galbraith, Rick Nichols, Linc Nesheim, David Hamiter, Patty Hasting
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