The Wesleyan Forum for International Development Saturday, February 18, 2012 9:30 am – 5 pm Check-in table at 41 Wyllys. Attendance is free. No registration is required. Come and go as you please. Free breakfast, Iguanas Ranas lunch and book for those who arrive by 10 am. Come engage in a dialogue about what works and what doesn’t […]
Category Archive for 'Technology'
Do you wish your professors knew how to use Moodle better? Is the Wesleyan Mobile app just not good enough? Does the Cisco sign-in system bother you? The committee that helped get you faster Internet, upgraded computer kiosks in Usdan, and much more could use your help. If you’re interested in innovation in everything from […]
Our Dear Wesleyan Community, Have you ever spaced out staring at your computer screen, feeling your eyes glaze over as you come back to reality to realize that fifteen minutes have gone by during which you have no idea what happened? Have you ever been in the middle of an intense discussion with a friend […]
WesFiles is a centralized, web-based, document storage system that enables users to have easy network access to all their documents from anywhere. WesFiles replaces the old system of different storage locations for different types of documents, often requiring different front end programs and different usernames and passwords to gain access to files stored on different […]
Make it a habit to check your Wesleyan e-mail on a daily basis, especially once you arrive on campus, but even now. E-mail is a medium for official University communications through which you will receive important messages from offices, such as the Registrar, Student Accounts, and Financial Aid, from class deans and administrators (& the President […]