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IT Services Policies
IT Services Staff
The Office of Information Technology Services (ITS) is pleased to support all technology resources available to faculty, students and staff of Oglethorpe University. The department strives to provide an up-to-date computing environment that is both flexible and responsive to the ever changing needs of the University. Services include operating the student computing labs, supporting faculty and staff desktops and the OU network that keeps everyone connected, maintaining secure servers, providing e-mail services, remote access, telecom, printing, web infrastructure and classroom enhancement programs, administrative computing (ERP) and much more. While our mission is technical, our service is always personal.
For a brief overview of our services, please see our Getting Started guide.
Our Mission: To provide proactive services that promote student learning and support faculty teaching, faculty scholarship and administrative functions at a reasonable cost.
Oglethorpe University's Information Technology Services Help Desk is
located in Goodman Hall. For service with University-owned technology equipment, including student network connections, please open a Helpdesk Call on OASIS. (If you are unable to log in to OASIS, you may send e-mail to email@example.com or call 404-364-8880.)
residence hall room, faculty office, and appropriate staff office
has a connection to the Oglethorpe computer network and through that
intranet, to the greater world of the Internet with all its
resources. Access is also available to students through computers
located in the library, Goslin, and Goodman Halls.
Through the network users can also connect to the Voyager Library
System, which provides access to the library's catalog and to
Galileo, the Georgia Library Learning Online services of the
University System of Georgia. The Galileo system provides access to
databases containing bibliographical information, summaries, and in
many cases, access to full text of articles and abstracts.
Information and Services
IT Services reserves the right to monitor network activity
and will limit or block student Internet access for violations to
the Oglethorpe University E-mail and Computer Usage Policy
or use of excessive bandwidth. Violations of
this policy may result in suspension, without notice, of privileges to
use the resources and services; disciplinary action, including
possible termination; and/or legal action.
IT Services Policies