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Multiple sessions are available to understand useful applications and to learn how the functionality of Microsoft Teams can reduce or eliminate non-essential emails, track tasks and actions, collate data, and automate processes. Online via the MS Teams chat function. Register here.
Learn how to collaborate faster, simultaneously edit, and other functionality within the Microsoft Teams interface. A range of times and sessions are available. Online via Microsoft Teams. Register here.
An overview of what is possible with Microsoft Teams and how it can be useful for you and your team. This session also covers the basic functions of the application and how you can customise the settings for your requirements. A range of session times and dates are available. Online via MS Teams. Register here.
Learn how to maximise the features and capabilities of Zoom for your online classes, meetings and collaboration activities. A range of times and sessions are available, via Zoom. Register here.
Okta SMS MFA will be decommissioned in favour of greater security methods such as the Okta Verify and Google Authenticator apps. Soon SMS MFA users will soon be contracted directly, and the SMS option will be removed for non-SMS users. More information.
Feedback is sought from the University community on draft revisions to the Open Access policy. Feedback and comments can be submitted via the draft policies page by close of business 2 June.
The University now has a refreshed Program Development and Approval process. New and revised academic programs are developed and approved through a collaborative partnership involving central support areas, schools and faculty staff. Support resources are available to aid staff during the academic design phase to populate academic program proposals. More information.
The Institute for International Trade has launched a new Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence in Trade and Environment, Funded by the EU’s Erasmus Plus programme. Working with the University’s Institute for Sustainability, Energy and Resources, and Environment Institute, collaborations with University researchers are welcome. More information.
The Children’s University Adelaide team hosted three spaced themed experience days on-campus and three DNA workshops across various locations in the Riverland as part of the Children's University School Holiday program.