Wondering how to get the most out of your new iPad? Ever compared apps with your friends or students? Follow Lifehacker or Profhacker? Tired of all that paper piling up in your office? If you answered yes to any of these questions (and even if you didn’t), Instructional Technology and the Center for Teaching Excellence invite you to join the #100percentdigital faculty-staff learning community, focused on digital workflow and practice.
St. Edward’s University students, faculty, and staff have the option to use VarsityBuys.com to purchase and download software products for personal use. Some of these products include Office 365 University for students, faculty, and staff, and Office Professional Plus 2013 for faculty and staff.
When it comes to deciding what software best meets your needs, you need to do the research, but we have already done that for you. It is up to you whether you want to subscribe (rent), purchase a license (own), or use an online free version of Microsoft Office. Shown below are the personal use options available for faculty, staff, and students:
Steps to Purchase Office 365 University for Students or Microsoft Office Professional Plus for Faculty and Staff
Visit VarsityBuys.com and select the Institution Type: College/University and then select the Country and State/Province as Texas and click on Go and select Saint Edwards University. There, you may purchase and download the available software products for Students and Faculty/Staff.
Steps to Create a Microsoft Account and use and Download SkyDrive
First, visit https://signup.live.com to create a Microsoft account, and then visit outlook.com to sign-in using your Microsoft account and view email or select SkyDrive. To download SkyDrive to sync your files visithttp://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/skydrive/download.
Now that you know the various Microsoft Office options to choose from, you just have to decide which type works best for you. For more information and other references visit:
Don’t produce electronic waste (e-Waste or e-Scrap). e-Waste can be defined as loosely, discarded, surplus, obsolete, or broken electrical or electronic devices, according to Round2 a national electronics recycling company that provides integrated and customizable electronics recycling services.
St. Edward’s University is working with Round2 to provide eCycling on campus to all students, faculty, and staff.
Students can now eCycle in each resident hall. There are collection bins available in each residence hall where you may drop off the following:
- toner cartridges
- ink cartridges
- and batteries
Faculty and Staff
Faculty and Staff may drop off any toner cartridges or ink cartridges at the Copy Center. There is a collection bin available.
More information about sustainability initiatives on campus could be found on the St. Edward’s University Office of Sustainability.
Also, I.T. Training offers a Green I.T. workshop that covers tips on making environmentally responsible purchases of technology equipment at both the personal level and institutional level.