Hybrid meetings have become the norm as people have returned to campus while others work from home. That’s why Information and Technology Services created a guide to navigate those meetings. See a quick breakdown of the tips and best practices for how to get the most out of your hybrid meetings. The communications toolkit can help you share… Read More »
Currently, about 4,000 members of the U-M community use mFile to access files they have stored in the U-M AFS. mFile, a web application originally introduced in 1998, relies on Cosign authentication and is not supported by the university’s newer weblogin software, Shibboleth. Learn more about the university’s transition away from Cosign. Select an alternative method for accessing… Read More »
Use Slack to effectively build community to share important organization information and create a sense of belonging. Start by considering your audience (which might be based on common interests, jobs and work environments, age, or some other factor), and then create guidelines for an inclusive community standard.