Drop by The Commons’ Tutorium on Wednesday June 14th from 12pm – 3pm and learn how to make your own buttons! There is no cost for this workshop.
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We’ve started working on building a gimbal for use with smartphones for a workshop that we’re doing with an english course in the film and stage program in the fine arts faculty. Stay tuned for the finished product pics and actually footage of it in action!
Renovations on the future home of the Makerspace are tentatively scheduled to start in early March 2017. The space is located where Copy Services on the main floor of the QEII Library used to reside.
Have your say! Course evaluations questionaries are now available at http://www.mun.ca/ceq
Memorial is giving students, faculty and staff Microsoft Office for free!
Memorial University students, faculty and staff can now download Microsoft Office software to install on their personal devices for free!
We have partnered with Microsoft to deliver tools to inspire, engage, collaborate, and work wonders in and out of the classroom. The Office download is the first benefit of many more to come.
For more information, please go to www.mun.ca/its/o365
Memorial’s Wireless Student Network Survey (aka Stu): We need your feedback. This survey will help us determine student’s satisfaction level, usage and future needs of Memorial’s wireless network on the St.John’s campus. The results from the survey will be used to make future improvements to the network.
This survey is being conducted to determine students’ level of satisfaction regarding the on-campus services offered by Computing and Communications (C&C). The results from this survey will be used to improve these services and learn about potential new technology that can be offered in order to improve student satisfaction.
C&C and the Department of Human Resources have partnered to provide MUN faculty, staff, students and retirees with free access to the popular on-line training website lynda.com. With over 1400 courses ranging from such diverse topics as personal finance to software development, there’s something for virtually everyone. Courses are free, self-paced and available anywhere » Read more