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This article provides instructions for adding a digital signature field to a PDF that will allow yourself or others to sign a document electronically.
Handouts and online resources available for those who have been upgraded to Windows 10 and Office 2016
In Fall 2017, Adobe changed their method for licensing Adobe Creative Cloud products. This article instructs users of these products on how to sign in with their Adobe Enterprise ID.
The Office of Information Technology is committed to protecting the University of Central Oklahoma; its students, faculty and staff; and its partners from knowingly or unknowingly using technology illegally or through damaging actions. The complete list of policies, guidelines, and procedures regarding the protection and security of technological information that will serve as the University’s standards is listed within this article.
Provides answers to frequently asked questions regarding the use of Adobe products at UCO.
Provides general Digital Den computer lab information including: hours of operation, softwares installed, lab location and other details relevant. The Digital Den is located in the Nigh University Center
The university follows the Email Blast Policy to ensure we are messaging our target audience in a way that is acceptable. All email blasts will follow this policy.
Having trouble with your classroom or building technology? Contact your building tech for onsite help/assistance!
This article provides an overview of the monthly updates to the Brightspace by D2L (Learn@UCO) system as it applies to the UCO campus.
UCO uses the Cisco IP Phone 8851 as the default phone for all Faculty/Staff.
This article provides faculty and staff a guide on how to access required annual training, download a copy of your learning transcript or a course certificate, and track your own personal learning inside the official learning management system for professional development; UCO's Learning Center.
This article covers the steps for setting and displaying your personal pronouns in Learn@UCO (D2L).
Central Directory profiles are a resource created to house faculty and staff information in a central location at www.uco.edu/centraldirectory. Learn more about how to create your profile and view or download the Central Directory Profiles Guide.
The My Media area in Learn@UCO (D2L) allows students to upload media files such as videos and images to a central location for streaming purposes. From here, videos and other media files can be submitted in D2L courses, shared to other users, and added to other locations. My Media is a private storage location and is not visible to the public unless a share link is sent to outside users. My Media is the connection between UCO On Demand, the university supported video streaming solution (similar
Technology Questions for Software Vendors
UCO currently has 6 computer labs available for student use.
This article provides instructors with a basic checklist of items to complete at the start of each semester. Are you ready for the semester to begin?
This article provides guidance to users on proper use of antivirus software for University Business.