VCU Technology Services is pleased to offer multiple options to students, faculty, and staff for remote work and leisure during the COVID-19 crisis and beyond. To accommodate increased demand for teleworking tools, Google has been upgrading the Meet application with new features.
Gmail on the web is getting a brand new user interface. VCU customers will find the option to switch to the new Gmail user interface in their settings starting May 22. Simply select Settings – Try the new Virginia Commonwealth University Mail. Customers may switch back and forth as they desire. We have no target […]
Google has redesigned the web calendar similar to the mobile application with a responsive layout that auto-adjusts to your screen size, including a redesign of conference room (resource) scheduling. For complete details go to https://goo.gl/VGHFLe To seek end-user assistance, and to report your Google Apps and other email related issues, please contact the VCU IT […]
Application Services and Collaboration Services present an “Ask Doctor Gee” brown bag lunch workshop in Sanger Hall, Room B1-020. Audience participation is strongly encouraged, so attendees should bring lunch and questions. Dessert will be provided. All sessions are led by a certified Google Educator. To register, visit the website below. For more information, contact Doctor […]
There’s a new VCU Google Academic Calendar. The new calendar features automatic updates with the University’s Academic Calendar. The previous VCU Google Academic Calendar has been decommissioned. The new calendar can be added using the steps located here.
Director of Collaboration Services, Marie Scott, visited Google’s Mountain View Campus earlier this year to co-deliver a presentation titled Inspiring Users to Adopt and Engage. As a follow-up to that event, Marie was invited to share her top tips for driving change and adoption in a university environment. Her blogpost explains how VCU planned, promoted, […]