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September 15, 2022
It’s time to come clean: I am three weeks into the semester and still taking US1100 attendance on paper. The roll sheets live in a blue binder on my kitchen table, protected by a grumpy cat. We all have our Read More Confessions of a Canvas Neophyte

September 14, 2022
Texas State University’s Microsoft Champions Program is a professional learning community established by Dr. Carlos Balam Kuk Solís, associate vice president for technology innovation in the Division of Information Technology. The Microsoft Champions program aims to support, foster, and encourage Read More Become a TXST Microsoft Champion

September 9, 2022
Like terrible slasher films on their 14th volume, the scammers have returned. You keep thinking, “They couldn’t possibly be coming out with another release of ‘Verify Your Identity,’ could they?” But sure enough, “Verify Your Identity 15 – This time, Read More Return of the Scammers: Part One

August 31, 2022
As a student, being a Bobcat will be one of the best experiences of your life. However, a lot of hard work and dedication come into play to make graduation a reality. As a computer science major, I suggest the Read More Lighten your load with these five tech tips for students

August 17, 2022
As the newest staff member in the Division of Information Technology’s Marketing and Communications office, I have spent the past six months immersed in Texas State University’s technology resources. I’ve learned our IT Division truly is passionate about providing next-level Read More An insider’s guide to tech for faculty and staff
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Alkek One

Take advantage of the various spaces that showcase maker culture, GIS and design, immersive reality, and time-based media. Alkek One is open to all.
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TXST Mobile

Stay connected to TXST with the university's official mobile app. The new Find a Printer feature allows you to quickly identify a printer near you on campus.
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The 2021 IT Almanac

Hard work and dedication paved the way for the IT Division to support several new university endeavors.

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