W&M IT is providing guidance for the Massive Open Online Course planned for launch by W&M and the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation.
What's happening in IT.
The second annual W&M Teach & Tech Expo was held on March 28, 2014 in Miller Hall.
Whether or not you realize it, IT works to keep things running smoothly every day in the lives of W&M students.
Thanks to support from W&M IT, the Undergraduate Admission Office will now read and share student applications digitally.
IT works behind the scenes at any broadcasted home athletic event. Take a look at what we do for a home football game.
A number of experimental course initiatives and departmental projects using technology and tools instructionally are underway across the university.
IT's High Performance Computing Group has new staff and new hardware.
John Delos has been working on ways to use algorithms to improve NICU monitoring with a team that includes researchers from the University of Virginia and the UVA Health system.
A member of our Networking team shows us the IT work in the campus' newest buildings.
Like a detective, you must find clues to keep your Inbox safe from phishing.
Eleven IT staff members were honored for long-standing service to the College
Student Communications Intern, Lauren Bayse tells students how they can take advantage of all IT has to offer.
W&M law professors Paul Marcus, Adam Gershowitz and Jeffrey Bellin discuss the new frontier of digital evidence.
With the help of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, W&M IT donated a laptop to Williamsburg Head Start's Early Readers, Future Leaders program.
After much anticipation W&M course evaluations are now 100% digital.
Five freshmen of Kappa Sigma fraternity embarked on an alternative Spring Break trip and took a piece of W&M IT with them.
One piece of equipment carries the network on its shoulders.
Technology and the classroom colliding--what does this mean for the future of college classes?
Four entries chosen that improve the quality of education at the university while reducing costs or generating revenue that can be reinvested.
You may think computer science is the only major conducive to a career in Information Technology - think again.
Suspicious emails in your Outlook Inbox over the break? Here is a behind-the-scenes look at the holiday phishing attack and advice on how to keep phishing at bay.
Most offices on campus have a love-hate relationship with Banner. This month's Toasted by Admission award winner helps to tip the balance more towards love.
Faculty members from across W&M are exploring blended learning this summer so that next year they can teach their own blended courses, which will combine traditional in-class instruction with technology-aided learning outside of the classroom.
Fourteen IT staff members were recognized for service at this year's Employee Appreciation Day lunch, including Myron Hall who has served the College for 40 years.
W&M laptops will help students in rural Ghana go to college.
What's all this maintenance about anyway? Unix Engineer, Dan Ewart, explains.
Faculty, students and staff can now be notified of special offers from local Williamsburg merchants by using their smartphone devices.
As the year comes to a close, we take a look at the stats from the big projects of 2011: Exchange, VoIP phones, and the Network Upgrade.
The 2011 VA SCAN Conference, hosted by William & Mary IT, addressed the challenges of securing mobile devices on college campuses.
The William & Mary campus is getting a new phone system. The new ShoreTel phones use state-of-the-art VoIP technology to expand communication services and enhance functionality.
Though the hurricane threatened to do its worst, its approach didn’t stop the William & Mary community from pulling together and offering assistance to one another in advance of the storm.
The Information Technology department is on the verge of completing a major network upgrade, making the W&M campus network and Internet connection redundant. Yes, that's right – redundant.
The Exchange Project, the mass overhaul of the faculty and staff email/calendar system, is now finished. Here are some final thoughts.
Why they're often more complicated than you think...
It’s been a great week for the IT staff, if we do say so ourselves. And since it is Employee Appreciation Day at the College we’d like to single out a few folks.
Find out more about Mike Blum and why he thinks he has the best job on campus.