Phishing messages with the goal of compromising credentials grew by 70% in 2018.* Protecting your personal information and the university’s private data is crucial to the safety and security of Kent State University’s students, faculty, staff, researchers and alumni. The Division of Information Technology is pleased to announce a powerful tool to assist in this effort.
Enhanced security, commonly known as multi-factor or dual-factor authentication, is now available to everyone at Kent State University.
For nearly a decade, Blackboard Learn has served as the university’s Learning Management System (LMS), enabling faculty and students to share online course content, assignments and exams. Changes to the overall online environment and university policy have made a review of the university’s LMS necessary, in order to deliver an exceptional faculty and student experience.
Office 365 Productivity and Collaboration Tools available to Kent State Faculty and Staff
As technologies change, new tools are continually introduced to improve how individuals and teams perform work. The issue often arises that areas adopt different tools to perform essentially the same function. Efficiency and productivity improve within the individual areas but become disjointed across the institution.