You will receive listserv notices at the e-mail address that you register (choose digest for consolidated notices).
You can only send e-mail to the listserv from the registered address.
Pay attention to your reply addresses!! (It’s embarrassing to send personal e-mails to the entire listserv).
To check out RU listservs, look at the list here, specifically the ones for the GSA: https://email.rutgers.edu/mailman/listinfo
Also, check out this link to a great article explaining listservs. Scroll down to the bottom to see links to lists of Library listservs (try saying that 3 times fast!): http://www.webjunction.org/basic-skills-email/ articles/content/430708
Basic Computer Network Principles In a networked computing environment, a main computer system, called a SERVER, serves software and files to workstations that are connected to it. These workstations can be your home PC or the PC’s in our labs here on campus and throughout Rutgers.
You can use SFTP to back up your school work. Your EDEN usage will include data stored here.
To set up your personal website, create a folder in your WinSCP called [exactly] public_html
Create a subfolder for 550 (Info Tech)
In WinSCP, right click on subfolder name, and click on Properties
Permissions: 777 (full) or 644 (read only) Note: You must set the permissions to one of the above for others to see the website.
Test it: http://eden.rutgers.edu/~your netID/
WinSCP Download (PC only) How to Download WinSCP : Click the pic to get to the University Software Portal; or go to software.rutgers.edu. Login using your EDEN netID and password. Type “scp” (no quotes) into the search box and click on link for WinSCP. Follow download instructions.
More New Technology! This may seem overwhelming, but you can do it!! We are going to introduce you to some useful tools for the future. When you need to use them, go to our wiki for detailed instructions and how-to videos. For now, just sit back, relax, and enjoy the show…
You can create and share your work online; you can also upload to and from your desktop.
You control who has access to your document and whether they can edit or just view.
More than one person can edit the document at one time and changes are tracked so you know who does what.
Files are stored securely online, and the service is free (you’ll have to register for your free Google account to use).
Some professors use (click the pic for more info)!
See more about Google docs on our wiki !
Where do I park ? Where are the RU bookstores ? Where do I get my student ID ? How do I find out what books I need ? Where can I eat ? Anything else ? Click on the question marks to get some answers! Our website and wiki also have helpful info.