1. Make the Finder utility active, hold the Command key and press the K button to bring up the appropriate server connections. If Finder is not active, click the blue face icon on the Dock before entering the keyboard command.
2. On the next screen choose to manually specify the network address. For example, the student W: drive would be: cifs://studentsrv.student.eku.edu/users/emailusername
Because BitLocker uses custom passwords for encrypting external storage devices (thumb drives or USB hard drives), you might need to recover a forgotten password some day. You are welcome to call the IT Service Desk; however, this article describes how you can recover a BitLocker password through the self-service web site, bitlocker.eku.edu.
Clutter moves your low priority messages out of your Inbox so you can easily scan for important messages. Clutter analyzes your email habits, and based on your past behavior, it determines the messages that you’re most likely to ignore. It then moves those messages to a folder called Clutter, where you can review them later.
Clutter Folder Location
The folder is located under your myMail inbox on the left-hand menu.
Blackboard Ally focuses on making digital course content more accessible and building a more inclusive learning environment. This improves the student experience by helping them take clear control of course content with usability, accessibility, and quality in mind.
IT enabled MailTips in Outlook on Monday, October 9, 2017. This is to help avoid common, but potentially costly or embarrassing mistakes. MailTips alerts can be triggered by actions including clicking Reply All to a large recipient list, sending sensitive information to someone outside your organization, or sending a message to someone who is out of office.
Submitted by the Director of Academic Computing & Telecommunications Services
to the Student Government Association
STUDENT COMPUTING FEE PROPOSAL
The purpose of the student computing fee is to produce funding in order to provide EKU students with accessible, reliable, and appropriate computing resources that will enhance their educational experience.
In order to reduce load on the Blackboard servers, it is a good practice not to upload videos directly to Blackboard. Instead, all EKU users have an account on stream.microsoft.com where they can upload and share videos to other EKU users. This tutorial illustrates how to use this feature to embed video content in to your Blackboard course without hosting the videos on the Blackboard server.
First, go to stream.microsoft.com and click on the sign in button in the top right: