Information Technology Blog

Internet Outage Friday Morning

Our internet provider experienced an outage between midnight and 6:00 a.m. this morning, which may have affected your ability to access some campus services.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Teaching & Learning Commons.


Teaching and Learning Commons
139 Library
304-367-4810
help@fairmontstate.edu

Planned Blackboard Maintenance, January 14, 2015

Planned Blackboard maintenance this evening 01/14/15.

We will be installing Building Blocks and activating them for course use this evening at 8 p.m. There should be no innterruptions, but if you do experience any problems around this time, please contact the Teaching and Learning Commons to report the details.

Scheduled Blackboard Maintenance

Blackboard will be unavailable during the following times for extended system maintenance.

December 17, 8:30 a.m. through December 25
Blackboard will be completely unavailable.

December 26 through January 2
Blackboard will be available, but we will announce intermittent outages throughout the week in order to complete testing. All testing and maintenance activities should be complete by January 3.

Network Drive Outage

Information Technology Department staff are investigating an issue within the network drives (U: drives, M: drives, V: drives). These drives will be unavailable until this issue is resolved.

Please contact the Teaching & Learning Commons if you have questions or concerns.

Teaching & Learning Commons
129 Library
304-367-4810
help@fairmontstate.edu

Internet Outage 5/7/2014

Please be advised that we experienced a campus-wide internet outage this morning for approximately 40 minutes.  We also had issues that prevented some students from using Respondus LockDown Browser from the evening of May 5 until this morning.  If you have questions related to these issues, contact the Teaching & Learning Commons at 307-367-4810 or help@fairmontstate.edu.

Winter Break 2013 Outages

The IT department has scheduled multiple system upgrades over the next few weeks. The following systems will be affected:

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