• Hamline went Google!

    Phase 3: Google Groups & Sites 

    Google Sites  (Current)

    The first part of implementing Google Sites will be for Sites associated with Google Groups. This implementation is currently in progress, getting its policy approved by ITSAC and Admin Cabinet. The plan is to have Google Sites available this summer.


    Google Groups 

    Google Groups were introduced in November 2013 and are available for request by Hamline students, faculty, and staff. Google groups can be used to create a single email address for a group of individuals, to share documents and to easily schedule meetings across several members’ Google calendars through the use of the group’s single email address.
    This is the policy ruling Google Groups at Hamline

    Phase 2: Merging students accounts into @hamline.edu  
    All in-use student GMail accounts were moved to @hamline.edu in May 2013. . The old domain for students (@hamlineuniversity.edu) will be deleted sometime summer 2014. However, emails sent to @hamlineuniversity.edu will be forwarded to their @hamline.edu email account for a while.

    Phase 1: Migrating Staff and Faculty
    By January 1st, 2013 all staff and faculty were Googled!

    Need help with Google? please visit www.hamline.edu/googlehelp for how-to articles, videos, tutorials, policies, and request forms.

  • ITS News

    Another phishing email has been received by a number of folks in our Hamline Community. We are taking this opportunity to share a reminder that you can take proactive steps to protect our systems and information by following these recommendations.

    Join Information Technology Services (ITS) for an introduction to WebEx, a new online meeting platform on Thursday, October 8 from 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. in Bush Memorial Library Room 10.

    Hamline libraries and ITS have created a blended walk-up central desk to provide seamless help services for students, faculty, and staff. Librarians, academic technologists, and tech support are now available together in a pilot location on the first floor of Bush Memorial Library. A permanent location will be constructed this year.