Lifelong Learning Technology at Continuing Studies
Information Technology at Continuing Studies’ core mission is to support the twenty-plus departments under the Division of Continuing Studies within Rutgers University. We provide the technical knowledge and expertise that enables our supported units the ability to promote and support the Division’s mission of lifelong learning, reaching audiences throughout every stage of their educational lives.
Our Core Values:
Knowledge, an informed team of technology specialists who work to support each other as well as every client we engage. By having a wide array of different talents and skills among our team, we pride ourselves on being able to consistently and readily solve the challenges, both planned and unplanned, put before us on a daily basis.
Integrity, the ability to trust your technology professionals is a paramount need for any organization, regardless of size. Members of a technology team often have a privileged role and comprehensive access to many sensitive systems within an operation. Implicit trust of your technology providers and partners is required for the health of any organization, big or small.
Service, information technology is a service, and with that service must come an understanding of the human elements and the requirement that information technology intends to further the mission of any organization. It is through service and making social connections; we evolve our understanding to build better systems and assist in creating better organizations.
The Network and Infrastructure team supports DoCS with connectivity initiatives, resolved issues and special projects. We provide security for all internet-based products and services while resolving & preventing threats.
|Operating systems ( Windows | Apple | Linux )||Event Management System (EMS)|
|Firewalling & Network Security||Scheduall|
|LAN & WLAN Network Configurations & Setup||Active Directory|
The DLM team provides efficient day-to-day operational support for all Desktop/Laptop and all End-User Devices throughout the DoCS. We deploy computers and devices to employees and coordinate with external vendors on special projects like conferences.
For all your data needs, the Database team will analyze your data, obtain data from various sources and store it securely. We provide university-centric reports based on data housed in a variety of database software.
|Data collection and storage consultation||Oracle, MsSql, Mysql & Postgres|
|Data Retrieval, Backups and Reporting||SQL Developer & MySql Workbench|
|Database Configuration, Setup and Security|
The AppDev team works with you, our clients, to provide you with the most stunning and visual web/online/mobile product possible. We've developed custom applications for departments to strategically help make their operations more efficient.
|Website Design, Development||Drupal 7 & 8, OPA, DICES|
|Mobile app development ( Apple | Android )||RuOnlineCon, TLTRutgersDay|
|Custom Online Applications||Responsive Websites & Online apps|
The following instructions will help you get started using Rutgers Connect, the new central email, calendar, and cloud services system.
Open up a web browser and go to https://connect.rutgers.edu
Enter the following:
- Enter your Rutgers Connect Sign-In Address: RU_NetID@docs.rutgers.edu
- Click: Next
- Enter your Rutgers NetID Password
- Click: Sign In
Navigating the Rutgers Connect
Once you are logged in you can click on the App Launcher at the top of the screen to see what applications are available with Rutgers Connect. Here are some of the more commonly used applications and the help pages associated with them.
- To view your Email, click on Outlook
- To view your Calendar, click on Calendar
- To use the Office Online Products like word, excel, etc., Click on the app you want to open it
More help, download the cheat sheet below.
Tags: Rutgers email, connect, Office 365