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Attention Students! Top 10 Technology Tips

Posted on: August 5th, 2015 by JIMMY BALL

Welcome! The Office of Information Technology (IT) has been busy preparing for new and returning students. Below are some of the key technology topics; please take a moment to get up to speed. Protect your WebID.   Your UM WebID is used to access many University systems and services mentioned below.  Please treat it like your […]

Course Favorites and Bookings Application Now Available

Posted on: July 16th, 2015 by TERRIE THOMPSON

We are pleased to announce the release of a new application in myOleMiss that will help with event planning. The Course Favorites and Bookings application will aid in identifying course popularity and demand based on data collected from previous semesters. The app presents a graph of students interested in taking a course and how many […]

MapBox – Custom Maps, Easy

Posted on: July 24th, 2013 by Andrew Henry

MapBox makes creating custom maps a breeze. From the website you can easily create a map that can be embedded in a webpage, but that is just the beginning. There are endless possibilities of what you can do with the MapBox tool.

Teacher Evaluations Benefit Teachers and Students

Posted on: May 31st, 2013 by sshakya1

About Teacher Evaluations Teacher evaluation responses should provide useful feedback on teachers’ performance that helps instructors improve their teaching skills.   Also, these responses may help decision makers make important decisions about development, tenure, promotion, compensation and awards.  Teacher evaluation results may be used by future students to gain more insight on a course as they […]

The New Online Catalog is Now Available

Posted on: May 16th, 2013 by TERRIE THOMPSON

The new online catalog is now available at http://catalog.olemiss.edu . If you have any concerns or notice any issues, contact us at catalog@olemiss.edu. Following are some of the features we would like to highlight: We have two catalogs in an academic year, Fall and Spring. While the catalog defaults to the current catalog, you can view […]

Save Time and Effort: Collaborate on Box

Posted on: February 25th, 2013 by

Do you ever send a document back and forth between people making corrections each time?  It is my experience, that it is usually hard to be sure which copy is the “good” copy.   Box Collaboration allows users to work on a single document and save it each time so that the entire group can […]

Box Edit Application

Posted on: February 11th, 2013 by

Instead of editing your document on your desktop then uploading to Box, you can edit it with Box Edit.  Using this application through Box allows you to edit your document and save in two places, on the cloud and on your desktop, with one click. With Box Edit, you can: – Create new documents: Create […]

New Search Application is Better than Ever

Posted on: December 4th, 2012 by

  Sai Kiran Vudutala is a computer science graduate student whose goal was to make searching the university’s website better and easier.  The new Search application, available on the UM home page, is better than ever.  Until now, it was often difficult to find specific things on the UM Website because the old search relied […]

Request Your UM Transcript From a Mobile Device

Posted on: July 27th, 2012 by fmathew

Transcript requests have recently been added to the mobile-friendly version of the myOleMiss portal.  Students can conveniently request official and unofficial transcripts on their mobile devices by visiting myOleMiss and selecting the request a transcript link in the list of mobile friendly myOleMiss services available to them. This service is consistent with the transcript request […]

WebMail for Students Moving to UM Google Mail

Posted on: March 15th, 2012 by Deetra Wiley

In June 2011, a committee was formed to consider a University of Mississippi (UM) partnership with Google to offer Google Apps for Education to students.   Google Apps for Education offers email, document creation, calendar services and home pages to use in private and collaborative projects. In September 2011, the committee requested input from the university community […]