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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 Central Tech Store is the primary source for technology hardware and accessory purchases at UCO. All individuals and departments looking to purchase technology hardware or accessories (including batteries, power cords, adapters, etc.) will need to follow the information and steps outlined in this article.
If you would like to request to have your Display and System Names* changed at the University of Central Oklahoma, you can submit this request along with the following documentation (licenses, Social Security Card, etc.). These items can be given to the Registrar’s Office in the Nigh University Center, Room 124.
In order for the Central Tech Store (CTS) to identify an individual as an approved pcard holder, and thereby qualifying for the tax-exempt purchasing options, the Department Purchaser first needs to create an account at the CTS online and have that account validated by the CTS staff. This guide lists the steps required to create an online Central Tech Store business account.
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.
This video provides a video of how instructors can use the Sections tool in their D2L courses to differentiate between their on-campus and virtual sections. Additional information on renaming sections for easier identification is also provided.
Digital accessibility is the practice of designing and developing websites, applications and documents such that their presentation, content and functionalities are understandable and operable by as many people as possible. Following the best practices in this article will start you on a path in creating accessible digital content for your students.
How to Purchase in the Microsoft Office Home Use Program for Faculty and Staff
Microsoft Office 365 is available for UCO students at no cost
Overview of Office365 access and training for faculty, staff and students.
Scanned PDFs are commonly used in the academic world. You may find yourself scanning from a textbook or a magazine article. Although the PDF looks like real text, the scan essentially creates an image of the text, which is completely inaccessible to students with visual impairments and can be problematic for everyone. The following practices using Ally in D2L can help you create a more accessible PDF document from a scanned image.
Your UCO username is the gateway to most UCO services, such as UCONNECT, D2L, Email, etc. The format is typically your first initial then your last name and may be followed by a number.
Access to UCO IT systems and software must be requested via the Employee Security Access Form
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.
Microsoft PowerPoint is one of the most popular tools used to create slide show presentations, typically during face-to-face meetings and lectures. However, PowerPoint can be used to organize thoughts for a lesson, present key points, and create handouts that can be printed. Because of this, the content will need to be accessible to those viewing the presentation live, those viewing printed versions of the slides, and those accessing the content electronically.
The purpose of this tutorial is to explain the steps to send an encrypted e-mail, how to open the e-mail if it is received by UCO employees, non-UCO employees and/or students.
OIT has implemented FortiMail to assist with the evaluation of incoming and outgoing email messages for potential threats. A separate quarantine space has been created for each unique UCO email address and messages that have been identified as potential spam will be routed to that address's quarantine. This article provides information on managing the emails that are sent to quarantine including how to release that email to your inbox.
Explanation of retirement of classic reports in Qualtrics.
At UCO, our blog service is known as Broncho Blogs, and popular uses include departmental marketing, classroom projects and recruitment. Broncho Blogs are available to all UCO Departments, Faculty and Student Organizations.