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The School of Arts and Science uses information technology to promote learning and discovery, to enhance research, to foster collaboration, and to achieve excellence in teaching and learning.

Malware Claiming to be from ADP

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Many of us are receiving an email message claiming to be from ADP about payroll.

The email contains a .zip file, which contains a malicious executable .exe file. Please don't open.

Things You Really Need to Know about Canvas

Canvas is a great way to post course materials online, to collect assignments, and to communicate with your students.

Students use high tech equipment and analysis to study motion

Larry Rome and John MacDermott introduce students to cutting-edge motion analysis technology. Three biomechanics students share their eye-opening videos.

When the Matrix was first released, the slow motion shots of Neo, the hero, leaping mid-air through fields of bullets, quickly became iconic. Imagine having access to a camera, in class nonetheless, that could slow time to a fraction of those shots.

Managing your Documents: Solutions for SAS Faculty & Staff

SAS Computing has solutions to help you keep your digital documents accessible, secure and organized.

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