11/08/2016 1:09 pm
1) Web printing can only print certain document formats (PDF, MS Office files).
2) Web printing is not available off-campus and only available on the “Staff & Faculty” or “Rockford” wireless networks.
3) Web printing can only be used on certain printers. The availble printers are:
4) Please note, you will see a cost for printing the job. This is part of project to track student printing and does not affect faculty and staff. You can safely ignore the cost.
Step 1) Navigate to ‘webprint.rockford.edu’.
Step 2) You will be prompted for your RU login and password. Enter them and click ‘Log in’
Step 3) Click on the ‘Submit a Job’ button.
Step 4) Choose your printer from the group of available printers. Select ‘Print Options and Account Selection’.
Step 5) Decide how many copies you need to print and select ‘Upload Documents’.
Step 6) Upload your document by either dragging or clicking the “Upload from Computer” button. Select ‘Upload & Complete’.
Step 7) Pick up your printed document at the printer your selected!
11/08/2016 1:03 pm
At this time the following game systems or devices work, but require a static IP from IT to function:
Additionally, NEW Apple TV’s will work, but must be brought to IT to be configured prior to use.
At this time, Google’s Chromecast is not compatible with our network.
We had previously stated that Roku devices / TV’s were compatible. In testing, they are not.
We had also previously stated that Amazon Fire Stick needed a static IP. The Amazon Fire Stick works but requires you to use your userid/password the same way you do on your laptop and/or phone.
You can get a static form below, or in the IT offices:
09/15/2016 3:18 pm
Rockford University Information Technology provides our campus community with:
Network and Internet Connectivity
Computer Classrooms and Labs
Electronic resources such as E-mail, our Course Scheduling System, and our Emergency Notification System
The support of the IT Staff
Our hope is that all members of our campus become an active participant in our evolving digital community. Rockford University accounts are issued to all University faculty, staff, and students to access online tools. Individuals are provided with a username and password necessary to access the Internet, email, personal space on network servers, and other computing resources.
Rockford University’s Information Technology (IT) supports the academic mission of the University by providing access to technology resources, facilities, and information essential to teaching, learning, research, and general scholarship. The IT Center, located in the lower level of the Howard Colman Library, is responsible for maintaining the infrastructure, facilities and resources of the campus network, computer labs, and technology services. IT policies promote access while preserving resources. Read the entire Information Technology Use Policy
It is a violation of federal law and Rockford University Policy to share and/or distribute copyrighted materials without the permission of the copyright holder. Action taken by the University to remedy a violation does not preclude the copyright holder from seeking civil and/or criminal prosecution for copyright infringement. The law specifies civil liability of litigation costs, attorney fees, and actual damages, or statutory damages of $750 to $30,000 for each work infringed, and, under certain circumstances, criminal penalties up to $250,000, and/or imprisonment for up to 10 years (17 U.S.C. 501-511; 18 U.S.C. 2319). In addition, those who assist another with infringement of copyright material may be held liable under a legal doctrine known as “contributory infringement” (Sony Corp. v. Universal Studios, 464 U.S. 417, 435, 104 S.Ct. 774, 785, 78 L.Ed.2d 574 (1984)). See the full notice below:
We have several computer labs available for use by members of our campus community:
In addition to our labs and open areas, Rockford University offers several classrooms outfitted with individual computers for instructional use. Each lab contains 20 student machines, as well as a projector and screen for the instructor. The rooms in Starr Science also have an instructional laptop. They are:
WiFi access is available in all academic buildings, residence halls and administration buildings. Members of the Rockford University community can log into the ‘Rockford’ wireless network with their username and password.
The IT Help Desk is located in the lower level of the Howard Colman Library (east entrance). The Help Desk is staffed Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Students may request assistance by calling the Help Desk at 815-226-4127 or via email at email@example.com. Additionally, technology guides are available on the Portal to assist students with the following: Password Management System, forwarding RU e-mail, and setting up RU email on a mobile device.
IT: Information Technology
Howard Colman Library--Lower Level, East Entrance "D"
5050 E. State Street
Rockford, IL 61108
Help Desk Hours:
Mon-Fri- 8:00 am to 5:00 p.m.
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