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Caffeine Break - Christy Blew, Accessible PDFs - June 11, 2021

As part of our series on accessible documentation, Mark McCarthy taught the basics of making an accessible Word document and Keith Hays taught about InDesign documents. This week, Christy Blew…

From  ITPF Zoom1 on 06/11/2021 5 plays 0  

Caffeine Break - Making Documents Accessible with Mark McCarthy - Friday, April 16, 2021

Join Mark McCarthy, Accessibility Engineer with AITS, as we discuss some simple tips and tricks you can do to make your documents more accessible! Come with any questions you have about any…

From  ITPF Zoom1 on 04/16/2021 33 plays 0  

Caffeine Break - Nicholas Strole, Dena Strong, Darius Summerville: The Corr-Proust Project

What do you do when you need a content management system for a digital humanities project without a budget for a database designer? While there are several resources available at the University, many…

From  Dena Strong on 07/14/2020 13 plays 0  

Caffeine Break - Brian Mertz - Managing email in a crisis - April 17, 2020

Managing your inbox while responding to a crisis Whether your is inbox neat and organized or overflowing with hundreds of unread messages, when your team is called on to help respond to a crisis,…

From  Kevin Merrifield on 04/21/2020 15 plays 0  

Caffeine Break - David Needham, Drupal 8 Configuration - Friday, February 21, 2020

David Needham of the Central Illinois Drupal User Group on Meetup is bringing us a presentation he’s going to be giving in March at MidCamp in Chicago: You just finished building a feature…

From  Dena Strong on 03/3/2020 13 plays 0  

Caffeine Break Ellie Burnette, WebTools Tips and Tricks - Friday, March 22, 2019

This week we have Ellie Burnette talking about Webtools tips for IT Pros: Have you ever wondered how to manage Webtools permissions for people in your unit, or whether you can request unit-level…

From  Dena Strong on 03/22/2019 8 plays 0  

Caffeine Break Mike Cervone and PowerShell Core - Friday, March 15, 2019

This week Mike Cervone tells us about PowerShell Core. PowerShell Core is open-source and is available for use on Windows, Mac and Linux. It is also a scripting engine for both Azure and Amazon Web…

From  Dena Strong on 03/15/2019 4 plays 0  

Caffeine Break - Isaac Galvan, Getting the Most from Containerized Nagios - Friday, December 7, 2018

Nagios can do many things out of the box, but sometimes custom check and alert scripts are necessary. How can a developer get started quickly on a new plugin without having to install Nagios from…

From  Dena Strong on 12/7/2018 14 plays 0