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This document will walk you through the process of installing the "Pharos Chrome Print" extension.
This article will help guide you in accessing your Home/Department Network Drive on a Chromebook.
This article describes how to use Hybrid Flexible classroom technology
This article describes how to use dual camera Hybrid Flexible classroom technology
The Zoom collaboration tool has recently released a service that automatically transcribes audio from Zoom meetings. If a meeting host enables this feature, it allows meeting participants to view subtitles as well as access and download a full live transcript at any point during the meeting. This article demonstrates how to enable the Live Transcript feature within a meeting (for Zoom Meeting Hosts), and how to use this feature as a Zoom meeting participant to view subtitles and transcription.
The Zoom collaboration tool has recently released a service that automatically transcribes audio from Zoom meetings. If a meeting host enables this feature, it allows meeting participants to view subtitles, as well as access a full live transcript at any point during the meeting. This article highlights the basics of enabling the Live Transcript feature within a meeting (for Zoom Meeting Hosts), and how to use this feature as a Zoom meeting participant to view subtitles and transcription.
The article will help you fix the issue if you do not see the Live Transcript button in your Zoom meetings
This article highlights the basics of enabling and using Live Transcript in a Zoom meeting
This article will teach you how to download and access VPN
Zoom is an audio-video collaboration tool with many exciting features, and a variety of uses. In addition to being able to schedule, host and join one-on-one or group meetings, Zoom has a shared whiteboard, breakout rooms, live polling and feedback, hand-raising, and the ability to utilize custom background images during your meeting. This article highlights how to get started with Zoom as well as where to find additional assistance and information on setting up and using this tool.
There are several ways to host a meeting on Zoom. This article covers the various ways of how to create and manage a meeting in Zoom, as well as where to find additional assistance and information on using this tool.
The Waiting Room feature allows the host to control when a participant joins the meeting. This article will explain how to customize your Zoom waiting room.
If you are an instructor and wish to use Zoom for your course, we have added an integration that allows you to set up/schedule Zoom Meetings for your course within your Blackboard shell. This article demonstrates how to add this link to your Blackboard course.
Pantheon will replace Hosting.com for the saintpeters.edu website. This article presents the new method for logging on to the Pantheon site Dashboard.
You can now access Saint Peter’s Intranet from the convenience of your SPU Google account, either through the “Google Apps” Dashboard or “Waffle” menu.
This article will walk you through the process of enabling two-factor authentication.
This article will walk you through the process of resetting your password using the various options available.
When you become part of the Saint Peter’s Community, you are assigned a user account and password. This article will provide some more information on accessing your user account.
This article addresses the features and functionality of the Saint Peter's University Mobile App, as well as how to get it, and how to sign in.
FAQ for Accessing Google, Troubleshooting guide
Apporto is used to access software available to the Saint Peter’s community from your web browser. This article explains how to access the software via Apporto.
This article explains how to access private content in the IT Client Portal such as to submit new tickets or projects, review or update current tickets or projects, etc.
This article contains the University's IT Project Request Policy which helps explain the criteria for distinguishing IT project requests from other types of IT requests and the acceptable process to engage with the Division of IT on any University projects with a technology component.
This policy details the technical considerations that are used to assess the compatibility of prospective services with existing University systems, processes, and IT strategy to aid departments in the assessment and selection process.
The purpose of this policy is to establish standards, guidelines, and procedures for the purchase and/or lease of all information technology hardware, software, and computer-related components, as well as the contracting of all technical services. This policy will ensure that all Saint Peter’s University purchases and leases align with strategic priorities; existing technical infrastructure, assets, and standards; information security guidelines; legal and regulatory compliance; and optimal use