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Learning Technologies

ITCS supports a variety of technologies that can enhance and expand your classroom - both online and face-to-face. Weaving technology into your courses is meaningful for today's technology-savvy students. It also provides opportunities for faculty enrichment and potential solutions for student retention.

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Piratedrive is an individual folder created on an ECU server for each faculty, staff and student for data file storage. Departments can also request a Piratedrive folder to house department information.

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IT Security

IT security is everyone's responsibility. Learn how we can all work together to keep the university network and our information secure.

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File Sharing

So you think that downloading free music and movies from the Internet is a great idea? You might want to think twice about that.

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Pirate Print - upload from any computer and print on campus!

PiratePrint is a service that allows students to print from their personal computers from either on or off campus to a printing kiosk located inside the main entrance of the Austin building.

We are bringing students this convenient new service in response to the 2012 Student Technology Survey: 52% of respondents indicated they are more likely to use a printing station over a computer lab.

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Cloud Computing

ECU provides guidance on the use of cloud computing, or "hosted", services and the storage of university data external to the ECU network.

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Student Services

ITCS provides students an array of technology services in support of academic and research activities   from a Microsoft Live e-mail account and free Microsoft and antivirus software, to campus computer labs and wireless connectivity, among many other services and resources. See our Getting Started Guide for a comprehensive list.

Social Media

While all ECU employees are welcome to participate in social media, we encourage everyone who participates in and contributes to online commentary to understand and follow ECU's social media guidelines (pdf) and the university's social media regulation (html).

The Latest Safety Information from IT Security

Security alerts, cyber security tips and monthly security bulletins. Click a title to read the full post or subscribe to the RSS feed.*

  • Are you treating sensitive information you handle the same at both home and work?
    Everyone wants to exercise best practices and stay safe while online, though doing so is often easier said than done. For most, convenience outweighs security and as a result, we put ourselves and others at risk for identity theft and other cyber threats. In keeping with the shared responsibility theme for National Cyber Security Awareness [...]
  • How Phishing Scams are Becoming Sophisticated
    Phishing is a method by which someone tries to lure you into revealing your valuable personal information, such as an account password or credit card number. The intent of this type of scam is to gain access to your user accounts or money—something we all want to avoid. The problem we face today is that [...]
  • Passwords
    Passwords are the keys to your kingdom; you must use them wisely. In this newsletter we discuss how to create strong passwords that bad guys cannot easily guess and how to use them securely. Passwords are the keys to the kingdom. Once someone knows your password, they can steal  our identity or access all of [...]
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