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Staff Profile: Ben Morgan, User Experience Designer/Information Architect

By Elizabeth Kelsey, editor of Interface

Before Ben Morgan joined ITS Web Services in 2012 as a user experience designer/information architect, he worked as a more traditional architect—the type who designs buildings.

On the Fast Track to Discoveries: Dartmouth's Science DMZ

Elizabeth Kelsey, editor of Interface

Adaptive evolution. Space weather patterns. Complex systems. Dartmouth researchers carry out important work in fields including biology, physics, and computer science. In such a fast-paced intellectual environment, scientists need information technology that can keep up with their research. Dartmouth’s new high-speed research network, the Science DMZ, will now quickly transfer the large files associated with the field.

Collaboration in Action

What does a collaborative learning team look like?

Ashley Kehoe, an instructional designer in ITS, gives a first-hand account as a member of the Dartmouth Vietnam Project — a student-driven experiential learning program.

A Return Trip to Holland is Different with a Tablet

By Elizabeth Kelsey, Editor of Interface

This column originally appeared in The Valley News on Sunday, October 19, 2014

When I returned to Holland after a 10-year absence, I realized how much technology complemented my connections with people.

I traveled to the Netherlands for vacation in July. I once lived there, and the trip was my first time back in 10 years.

Student Voices: eTextbooks on the Horizon

By Stacy Lee '17

Writing for the exchange of thought, information, and knowledge has over 6000 years of history: Various characters and texts had been carved into mud bricks and animal bones and carried onto papyrus, then paper. And with the invention of printing, a myriad of published human thought became available to everyone. Now, the eBook has joined the list and is on its way to topping paper books in usage.

Want to stay safe online? Go green!

When you visit a Dartmouth website that requires your Dartmouth username and password, you should look for a green URL. If it's not Dartmouth green, don't proceed.

Any Dartmouth website that requests login info should have the GREEN bar. This  includes sites protected by WebAuth ( such as Banner, Canvas, Kronos, and Library Services) and Blitz Web, Calendar, and OneDrive.

We've recently added these green extended digital certificates to our websites to help you avoid being phished.

 

 

Off campus? Want to use the library?

Log in to https://webgateway.dartmouth.edu and click the Library Resources link.

Learn more about connecting to Dartmouth resources from off campus.

October: National Cyber Security Awareness Month

Elizabeth Kelsey

Connecting through First-Year Trips

Elizabeth Kelsey

Earlier this month, the Dartmouth Outing Club wrapped up its First-year Trips prior to the start of the academic term.

A New Generation of Security Experts: The ISTS High School Workshop

Elizabeth Kelsey

Hackers continue to outsmart computer systems. As governments, businesses, and institutions contend with identity thieves, one Dartmouth program strives to train more security-savvy professionals from a very early age.

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