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Winter Quarter Technology Newsletter for Employees

Winter Quarter 2014

News and information about IT Services available to you to get you on your way to a successful quarter at Bellevue College.

 What’s new on campus this quarter

New Microsoft Office 2013 installed across all campus windows computers

We have upgraded to Microsoft Office 2013 on all Campus Windows Computers including the computers in the classrooms and labs.  For help with your new software including online tutorials and our training workshops see the Employee Technology Guide for Microsoft Office 2013.

Microsoft Office 2013 for Windows and Microsoft Office 2011 for Mac are also available via our Work At Home licensing.  Read more here>>

Adobe Creative Cloud now available on a campus wide license for both Windows and Macintosh

We have negotiated a new contract with Adobe to include Adobe Creative Cloud as a campus wide license.  Creative Cloud includes software like InDesign, PhotoShop, Premier, and Acrobat Pro.  To see a complete list read more here>>

Creative Cloud has been installed in most of our classrooms and labs. We plan to deploy Adobe Acrobat XI campus wide in the next few weeks.   To have another Adobe product installed on your BC desktop or mac computer, please submit a Request Center ticket.

Adobe Creative Cloud is also available via our Work At Home licensing.  Read more here>>

Tech Cafe will be the R building lobby January 6th – 9th.

Our Tech Cafe is an extension of our help desk and avaialbe for BC Faculty, Staff, and Students.  We offer personalized face to face technical support for any of your computing needs.  Stop by for some free coffee.  Read more here>>

Where to find us

R building 100 level East lobby.

When we are available

Monday through Thursday
First week of the quarter
9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

 

Computer Surplus now available at BC

Information Resources now offers surplus technology for purchase through the BC Bookstore.  We gather all the used and outdated equipment from campus and refurbish them to sell to the community.  This effort is both beneficial to those in our community who are in need of affordable technology and to Bellevue College by re-purposing equipment that might be otherwise destined for the landfill.  Read more here>>


  Published: January 3, 2014   


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