ASUO 1000: Technology Resources
Presented by Information Technology Services (ITS)
The handouts and presentations included below are designed to provide you with helpful hints on using the computer resources on campus AND to help you develop safer computing habits.
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Educational Services Information
- Desire2Learn FAQs
- Technology Resources for Students
Help Desk, Printing on Campus (PAWPRINT$), Wireless Access, Computer Labs and more
- JagNET Account for Students
Internet Security Tips
- 10 Tips For Safer Instant Messaging
- How To Save A File For Safer Downloading
- What To Do If You Are A Victim Of Fraud
- Help Protect Your Privacy In Online Communities
- Tips For Safer Chatting
- Protect Your Privacy With Online Payment Services
- Common Sense Guidelines When Posting To The Web
- Tipz and Trikz to Protect Yourself On The Internet
Practice Safe Computing
How do you keep your computer safe from virus, spyware, spam, and other system intrusions? There is no one way to protect your computer 100%, but with a combination of resources you can minimize the impact. Click the image to the right to view a presentation on how to practice safe computing.
There are a variety of tools to help protect you from hackers and attacks. Many of these tools come standard from your Internet Service Provider, or may even be installed on your computer as trial software. Be sure to ask about them and if they do not come standard, be sure to install them yourself.
Learn more practical tips about guarding your information from online predators by visiting these websites.