• The Knowledge Base

    The Knowledge Base is a repository of information available to you anytime anywhere. You can come back anytime using this address www.hamline.edu/knowledgebase

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    Go to the  Passwords and PINs reset guide . 
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  • Essential Applications for Teaching and Learning

    • Google: Collaboration platform by Google Apps for Education for all student, staff and faculty members. Visit www.hamline.edu/googlehelp for policies, forms and self-help resources on: 
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    • Blackboard: Hamline University course management system 
    • Piperlinethe system that provides you access to your Hamline records  

    Administrative resources and applications

    • Active Directory: technology that enables applications to find, use, and manage directory resources (such as user names, network printers, and permissions)
    • Banner: application suite of software for higher education providing solutions for all major components of the campus 
    • Crystal: highly functional windows - based report writing program, designed to work with your database to help you analyze and interpret important information  
    • ListServ: service that allows easy dissemination of information to particular groups of people  
    • Virtual Desktop (formerly Tarantella and File Access)   

  • Tech News

    Caroline Hilk, director of the Center for Teaching and Learning, and Marcela Kostihova, interim dean of the College of Liberal Arts, presented at the annual general education and assessment conference hosted by the American Association of Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) in February, 2016.

    Internet Explorer (IE) versions 10 and lower will no longer be supported by Microsoft beginning January 12, 2016. ITS will deploy Internet Explorer version 11 on Wednesday, January 20.

    WebTop and FileAccess applications were decommissioned (taken out of service) on Sunday, January 3. Going forward, you may use Virtual Desktop (VDI) to connect remotely to Hamline's network.