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Students to use CWL authentication for Library and Labs

Students to use CWL authentication for Library and Labs

UBC IT Okanagan is working to reduce the number of accounts and logins students require to access campus services. Starting August 30, students will no longer use a Novell username/password to access computers in the library or instructional computer labs. Instead, students will use their CWL based authentication. Student Printing and the Study Room Booking System […]

Lunch & Learn: Using MS Teams @ UBC

Lunch & Learn: Using MS Teams @ UBC

UBC IT is decommissioning Skype for Business (UBC Collaboration Suite) on May 31, 2021. All remaining accounts will be automatically switched to Microsoft (MS) Teams to continue supporting your collaboration needs. MS Teams enables chat, video conferencing, and collaborating in real-time on documents. MS Teams Training for UBCO Staff & Faculty If you’d like to […]

May 2021 IT Update: IT Equipment and New Hires – Early Resumption Planning Tips

While the university is currently determining the approach and guidelines for the resumption of onsite teaching and learning, we wanted to highlight a few things to help you better prepare for any IT equipment purchases or new hires you may need for fall. We will provide additional information and resources to support your resumption planning when further details are confirmed.  IT Accounts & […]

Skype for Business Decommissioning on May 31, 2021

Skype for Business Decommissioning on May 31, 2021

UBC IT is decommissioning Skype for Business (UBC Collaboration Suite) on May 31, 2021. To continue to support your collaboration needs, your Skype for Business account will also be automatically switched to Microsoft (MS) Teams on that day. MS Teams enables persistent chat, video conferencing, and collaborating in real-time on documents.  To learn more about […]

A Guide to Using MS Teams at UBC

A Guide to Using MS Teams at UBC

UBC IT is decommissioning Skype for Business on May 31, 2021.  To continue to support your collaboration needs, everyone will be moved to Microsoft Teams. Microsoft Teams is a collaboration tool that was launched for UBC August 2020 to allow UBC groups to create content and share information that they need to work together. MS Teams […]