Website Redesign Process
Posted on 19 August 2015 08:53 AM
The Process

Roughly ten months ago, we outlined a process to redesign the website and presented it to the administration, and later, to the community. We broke this process down into four distinct phases.

  • Phase 1: Feedback and Idea Generation
  • Phase 2: Organization and Research
  • Phase 3: Design and Refinement
  • Phase 4: Development and Production
Phase 1


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We are pleased to announce that Gustavus Technology Services is providing a CrashPlan PROe online cloud backup service for Gustavus-owned computers.

Once you install CrashPlan PROe, this will back up your data from anywhere you have an internet connection, and is replacing the external (or extra internal) hard drive backup solution. You will no longer need to use the the external backup

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The Core Services team updated our version of Moodle to version 2.9 and with it comes some GREAT enhancements!! Thank you to Paul and the rest of the team for their hard work on this upgrade :) As an added bonus: Fall courses are imported and ready!

We have also created a YouTube Playlist on our Instructional Services

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Allow me to introduce myself…
Posted on 19 May 2015 09:56 AM

Hi! Since I am new here, I think introductions are in order! :) I am Marni Dunning and I started May 1 as the Associate Director of Instructional Services. I am SUPER excited to be here and honored to be part of such a great College!

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GusMail is now available to all students. For more information about GusMail please visit:

To start your GusMail Migration, please visit:

  • No more email quotas (unlimited email storage

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WebAdvisor and Cookie Issues
Posted on 21 April 2015 03:38 PM

Registration for Fall 2015 is in progress! The Technology Helpline would like to remind users how to avoid cookie problems with WebAdvisor, or resolve them when they occur.

A cookie is a small piece of information stored locally, on your machine, by a website, to help the site remember you later. Browsers limit the size, total number and other specifications for cookies.

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