Monday, July 15, 2019
Beginning today, Erwin Redl of Paramedia LLC will be installing his artwork for the Percent for Art display in the Moseley Hall stairwells. During this process, each stairwell (3rd to 4th floor) will be individually closed off. There will be access to one stairwell throughout the course of the project. The work is estimated to take about three weeks.
For more information, contact Tim Burns, senior project manager in Design and Construction, at 419-372-7637 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Beginning June 17 through August 2, 2019, Information Technology Services (ITS) will be upgrading the video equipment in 59 classrooms across campus. Upgrades will take place during times when classrooms are not scheduled to be in use.
For a full list of classrooms receiving upgrades, please review this webpage.
If you have any questions, please contact the Technology Support Center (TSC).
Between midnight and 2:00 a.m. on Thursday, July 18, Information Technology Services (ITS) will be replacing the routers in Kreischer that will result in a brief, 15-minute network outage (wired and wireless networks) for the buildings and facilities listed below. We encourage you to please save any unsaved files prior to the outage window.
Social Philosophy & Policy Center, Steller Baseball Field (press box), Meserve Softball Field (press box), Fine Arts Center, Stroh Center, Wolfe Center for the Arts, Doyt Perry Stadium, Mileti Alumni Center, Slater Family Ice Arena, Student Recreation Center, Moore Musical Arts Center, Health & Human Services, WBGU, the Disaster Recovery Wireless Controller and Chiller Plant 1.
Please direct any questions regarding this outage to the Technology Support Center (TSC).
On Tuesday, July 30, 2019 Information Technology Services (ITS) will be making a change to the sign-in page for Office 365 web applications. At 6:00 a.m. there will be a 15-30 minute outage to all Office 365 applications (desktop, mobile, web, etc.). Once the change is complete, users accessing Office 365 web applications (webmail, web versions of Microsoft Office and SharePoint/OneDrive) will be directed to the BGSU sign-on page.
If you have any questions regarding this change please contact the Technology Support Center (TSC).
The Bowen-Thompson Student Union computer lab will be closed August 5-7, 2019 while Information Technology Services (ITS) performs updates. Normal operating hours will resume on Thursday, August 8 at 8:00 a.m. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Please direct any questions to the Technology Support Center (TSC).
The BGSU Child Development Laboratory is now enrolling preschool children ages 3-5 for the 2019-2020 school year. Our developmentally appropriate play-based preschool offers morning, afternoon, and full day sessions. Visit www.bgsu.edu/cdl for more information or contact email@example.com.
To improve student learning and experiences in its courses, the University Writing Program (UWP) has revised its curriculum. The changes in this revision reflect the program’s commitment to best practices in writing instruction as guided by research and experience. The revision includes not only the curricular changes but also a name change: GSW is now the University Writing Program, with the new course prefix WRIT—a fitting prefix for writing courses!
The UWP’s curricular revision emphasizes several activities and goals of the program, including cultivating habits of mind that support effective writing and learning, encouraging inquiry of the world through reading and writing, connecting students with real-world audiences and resources, creating conditions for meaningful writing experiences, and more. To learn more about the new and improved UWP, see the English Department website.
Participants should be females between ages 18 and 28. The main goal of this research is to compare physiological and psychological responses to a beginner yoga class in indoor versus outdoor environments. This study involves answering short questionnaires and measurements of vital signs (i.e., breathing rate, heart rate, and perfusion index). Yoga classes will be held on Wednesday and Thursday evenings from 8-9 p.m. throughout the summer. Each volunteer would have to participate in ONLY ONE yoga class, and will receive a FREE yoga mat. No previous yoga experience is required. If interested, please contact Kelsey Dietrich via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The deadline to complete your Student Insurance Requirement for fall 2019 semester is August 1, 2019. If you have "Student Insurance Requirement" on your MyBGSU checklist, waive or enroll into the BGSU sponsored health insurance as soon as possible. If you currently have health insurance coverage that meets the BGSU minimum requirements, you may WAIVE the BGSU sponsored student health insurance. When your waiver has been processed the $837.50 insurance premium will be removed from your fall tuition bill. If you need health insurance coverage, contact the Student Insurance Office at email@example.com for plan benefit information and cost.
Information Technology Services (ITS) is currently hiring student staff to join our team! The application is open through July 26, 2019, with interviews taking place in August. Positions are available beginning fall semester in the following areas:
For more information, or to apply today, visit www.bgsu.edu/its/workoncampus.
The Center for Faculty Excellence is offering on-campus Canvas 101 training workshops for faculty. These workshops provide experience with Canvas features including: settings, notifications, assignments, discussions, grading, and quizzes. They include a facilitator lead demonstration of Canvas and its features, a hands-on session, and an open question session. During the hands-on session learners will be asked to demonstrate the skills they have learned during the training.
Participants are asked to bring a laptop.
Register for a Canvas 101 workshop.
Do you have questions about the BGP assessment process? Then join our discussion to have all of your questions on the process answered.
Register for a BGP Assessment Process Discussion.
In this workshop, participants will identify strategies for how to connect what they want students to know with how they plan on assessing them. There will be active discussion on best practices for creating a clear statement on course expectations, as well as preparing a schedule and method of assessments. Additionally, participants will identify how to connect learning expectations to class activities and assignments.
Register for a Connecting Learning Expectations with Assessment workshop.