Ever wonder how someone else got the person’s affiliation data you’ve been looking for? How about SUNet ID accounts information?
This session gives an overview of what “Registry” data is and explains how you can use the Registry data to better integrate with UIT services on Accounts, Person, Authority, Course, Workgroup, etc. The focus of this session is to introduce the web-services MaIS (Middleware and Integration Services) provides to help you manage Registry data in an automated way.
Join us for an overview of the following web services, plus a demo and Q&A:
Slack is a collaborative tool used by a number of groups at Stanford, allowing for group and individual discussions and file sharing. In this 90-minute session we will: – cover the best uses of the platform – talk about what it takes to start using Slack in your workgroup, and – explore a host of features of the program so you’ll be primed to do your best work in one of the fastest growing chat platforms today
This session introduces the pilot GitLab service at Stanford. Managed by University IT, the Git revision management service allows you to assemble your own project team, track issues, and share project code with fine-grained access control.
What is GitLab, and how it is implemented at Stanford
How to get started: signup and create your GitLab project
Simple workflows with GitLab
Security – groups and project visibilities, data security
Integration (advanced topic) – Slack/GitLab CI
This is a basic GitLab introduction session, not a Git tutorial training.
Smartsheet is an online tool designed to help you better manage your work.
Smartsheet can be used to manage projects of all sizes and complexities with its powerful PM feature; however the straightforward spreadsheet look and feel keeps it flexible enough to manage a variety of processes and workflows.
(Note: Due to technical difficulties, the first five minutes of this presentation were cut off.)
Is your group making the move to Stanford Box? In this session you will learn how this service provides document and folder management and collaboration. Stanford Box features a simple-to-use interface, document version control, individual permissions on folders, editing through Microsoft Office, and 25GB of cloud storage for individuals or groups.
How to get started in Box as an individual or a workgroup
How to upload, manage, and share documents and folders
Learn about Stanford’s move to our new learning management system, Canvas. The Office of the Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning (VPTL) Canvas team will provide information, tips and resources to help you and your faculty get up to speed quickly with Canvas.
This presentation included the following:
- Canvas transition overview
- Canvas demo (mobile apps)
- Canvas resources
- Most frequently asked faculty questions (+ answers)
- Where to get help
- Canvas cheat sheets & quick tips
Due to technical issues, here are the videos shown during this session:
On November 19, 2015 current users of Office 365 got access to OneDrive and Online Docs (online versions of Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and OneNote). At this session, you will learn how to use OneDrive to share and collaborate (edit in real-time) with other Stanford Office 365 users.
Tableau is business intelligence software that allows anyone to easily connect to data, then visualize and create interactive, sharable dashboards.
It’s easy enough that any Excel user can learn it, but powerful enough to satisfy even the most complex analytical problems. It only takes seconds to securely share your findings with others. The result is BI software that you can trust to actually deliver answers to the people that need them.
This session will give you an understanding of the components in Tableau, with basics of how they work together and how they play into Stanford.
There will also be a demo using live University IT to give you the basics of creating visualizations and dashboards.