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Monthly Printing Reports Sent

If you are a budget manager, director or department chair, you may have received a print summary report for your department. This report is for review only. As per Ron Haberer’s previous communication to budget owners, your budgets will not be charged for printing. All printing is now being charged from 12 higher-level cost centers at the vice president and dean levels. These reports will be audited quarterly at this level. The monthly reports are for departmental review to see what volume your department is using.

If you did not receive a report and believe you should have or received one in error please contact the ITS Help Desk at x8340 or We are still working on getting the reports into an automated process. Any time it is required ITS can provide printing data. As always, please feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns.

Submitted by: Scott Clark, director of user services, ITS

Google Drive for Faculty and Staff

gafecanisiuslogo19All faculty and staff now have Google Drive provided as part of Google Apps for Education. This is a secure, password-protected online (“cloud”) storage space where users can store files to be accessed in a variety of places and on various devices. Google Drive also allows users to share large or numerous files that are impractical as email attachments. An easy-to-use productivity toolset, including Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, and Forms, makes collaborating on projects much easier than passing documents back and forth via email.

Your Google Drive space can be found by clicking the link under “My Applications” in the MyCanisius navigation launchpad (lefthand menu, after logging in.)

See this link for details on your Canisius Google Drive space, including possibilities for how you may use it to save time and effort:

This summer, the Center for Online Learning & Innovation offers workshops introducing Google Drive to faculty and staff:

Quick Tip!  You can organize your favorite links in MyCanisius (the portal) for easier access:

Submitted by: Mark Gallimore, instructional designer, online learning and innovation center