We're preparing the ITS service roadmap for FY 2021. Here are some of the projects we've already begun.View our quarterly update
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We're moving 17 areas off of Hyperion and onto a long term, cloud-based solution that can be easily modified and supported for Middlebury and GMHEC.
Monterey Interpretation Labs
Twelve new sound-limiting booths with Televic interpretation equipment will accommodate 14 students and an instructor from the GSTILE program.
February 2020 Ticket Statistics
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Free/Reduced Cost Internet Access & Resources
With so many in our greater College community now working and studying from off-campus locations, we’d like to share information about free or reduced-cost Internet and WiFi options, along with some related resources.
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Both the Middlebury College Admissions site and the Middlebury Institute site now have a chat widget that allows prospective students to connect with our representatives and ask questions. Administrators of either site can enable or disable this feature at any time through the site's administration interface.
We made a number of updates this week to facilitate communication of the institutions COVID-19 response. In particular, all Middfiles resource links in the Course Hub now use the URL of the Nasuni Web Access service. This allows access to the same course materials through an interface that does not require the user to be on campus or using the VPN. No action is needed on the part of faculty to update their Course Hub sites to use this, all existing Middfiles resources have been converted and newly added Middfiles resources will use Nasuni URLs.