Winter break is quickly approaching and that means the J-term is also beginning soon. With the J-term starting immediately after our return from winter break ITS wants to make sure the Swarthmore community has all the information they need to … Continue reading Winter (Break) is Coming
Built initially to host and internally publish data on the underground utilities of the campus for our Facilities work, ArcGIS Enterprise is the foundational software system for supporting GIS broadly across the campus; powering mapping and visualization, analytics, and data management. … Continue reading ArcGIS Enterprise Server at Swarthmore!
Last week, Apple announced three new macOS-based hardware products and released a new version of the macOS operating system—macOS 11.0 Big Sur. The three new hardware products (the MacBook Air, the low-end MacBook Pro 13-inch, and the new Mac mini) … Continue reading macOS 11.0 Big Sur and New Apple Products
Phishing is one way that unsavory people on the internet can scam others. Phishing emails are generally created to look like they have either come from people or organizations you know, or to try and present themselves as legitimate organizations. … Continue reading Protecting Yourself From Phishing
This semester, students from Professor Nackenoff’s POLS-22 class were tasked with updating the information for the American Elections map at Swarthmore College. The map visualizes changes to voting laws since 2004. Each student was responsible for researching changes in election … Continue reading 2020 American Elections Map
Recent blog posts have suggested tools and techniques to help with eye fatigue and strain. Today I want to make you aware of reading tools that are built-in to the Firefox and Safari browsers. Both of these browsers offer a … Continue reading Built-in Reading Tools: Firefox & Safari