Things to Know News Archive
August 3, 2022 —
Digital Strategy Steering Committee and Sub-Committees
August 2, 2022 —
This year positions range from in-person to remote, or hybrid, as the university transitions back to in-person courses for the Fall 2022 term. Amid all the changes experienced these past few years, UM will continue to offer an amazing experience for student staff.
July 26, 2022 —
To honour the spirit of McGill’s gift to UM and to recognize the learning exchange program, the committee planted a tree along Curry Place.
July 26, 2022 —
Successful VIP-8G rollout with training and guides available
July 5, 2022 —
The Microsoft 365 Teams Approvals app enables you to easily create, manage, and share approvals directly from Teams. Start an approval flow in Teams from a chat or a channel conversation or create an approval request directly in the Approvals app.
July 4, 2022 —
UM is excited to announce the introduction of new hallway waste bin infrastructure in 10 buildings at the Fort Garry Campus. The arrival of these bins is one part of a multi-phase plan to introduce new three and four-stream waste infrastructure in hallways across all buildings at the University. The initial phase included the addition of 25 new bins added to the hallways at the Bannatyne campus.
June 28, 2022 —
iClicker Roster and Grade Sync allows instructors to easily retrieve the student roster from UM Learn (Brightspace) into iClicker Cloud and sync iClicker polling scores with the UM Learn course's gradebook.
June 23, 2022 —
Panorama is now live in UM Learn to help you make your course materials as accessible as possible.
June 20, 2022 —
On your next lunch hour, be sure to visit the new Eastern Transportation Corridor (ETC) multi-use path. The corridor runs along the eastern edge of the Fort Garry campus, adjacent to the Point Lands, including Freedman Crescent, Saunderson Street and Dysart Road
June 15, 2022 —
Today we feature one of our outstanding Emerging Leaders: Mehraz Sarker, Second year graduate student in Sociology and Criminology (Faculty of Arts).