faculty & staff

Help With AirPennNet

If you are having problems getting set up to use AirPennNet or if you are experiencing problems while using AirPennNet, help is available. Here are your help options, based on your University affiliation.

What is the mail.sas acceptable use policy?

The mail.sas computer supports electronic communications for students, faculty and staff in the School of Arts and Sciences. In order to provide sufficient resources for the entire SAS community, we must limit resources given to each individual.

Phishing Scam Alert

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NEVER DISCLOSE YOUR EMAIL PASSWORD.

"Phishing" attacks have targeted Penn and several other universities. In these attacks, faculty, staff and students receive a fraudulent email message and are asked to reply with their email username and password. Do not reply.

Computing Services and Support for SAS Faculty and Staff

Here are the most common topics in computer support for faculty and staff members.

SAS Webmail FAQ

Below are a few of the most frequently asked questions about the current version of SAS Webmail.

Resetting Your Mail.sas Password

If you have think you have forgotten your mail.sas password, remember that passwords are case sensitive (i.e., uppercase and lowercase letters make a difference).

Creating a SAS Email Account

To create your SAS Email account, you must first obtain a PennKey and PennKey password.

 

Using "clickers" in the classroom


Special Notes for Fall 2014

  • The Bookstore is now selling the ResponseCard QT, which has a QWERTY keypad for easier short-text responses
  • We are using TurningPoint 5 software, but anyone wanting to pilot test TurningPoint Cloud should contact us at clickers-help@sas

 

Introduction

  • What are clickers/audience response systems?
    Audience response systems (which we call "clickers") include 3 components;
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