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Extended Help Desk Hours for Account Issues

Starting July 13th, any web-based system that uses Dartmouth's WebAuthentication (WebAuth) system for access will require answering one of the security questions you set when you “claimed” your account. This is in addition to entering your NetID and password as part of the login process. Some people may not remember their answers and will be blocked from accessing some systems. The IT Help Desk will have extended hours during this transition to help all members of the Dartmouth community - faculty, staff, students and alumni - successfully navigate this new requirement. See www.dartmouth.edu/comp/help/extended.html for additional information.

Towards a Secure Dartmouth

As part of our ongoing commitment to protecting your data and identity within the Dartmouth Community, Information Technology Services will make several changes in the coming months to improve the security of Dartmouth’s data, as well as the usability of systems that protect our data. These include changes to the VPN, WebAuth, many web-based applications, and BWA, as well as the introduction of new services. For additional information see www.dartmouth.edu/comp/help/secure.html.

New Services in 2015

We are rolling out several new services to the Dartmouth community in 2015. For additional information, see http://www.dartmouth.edu/comp/help/2015services.html.

Want to stay safe online? Look for the green URL. 

Any Dartmouth website that requests login info should have the green bar.

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Microsoft Office Now Free

Dartmouth students, faculty, and staff can get a complete version of Microsoft Office for free to use for as long as they're an active student, faculty, or staff member at Dartmouth. See Microsoft Office for more information.

Dartmouth partners with edX to Enhance Teaching and Learning

Read the Dartmouth Now feature as well as a Q&A with Josh Kim, Dartmouth's director of digital learning programs, and Alan Cattier, director of Academic Computing.

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Last Updated: 7/10/15