November 23, 2015
Gators will go home this week to enjoy feasts, family, and friends. During the Thanksgiving holiday, the UF Computing Help Desk walk-in service pauses at 5:00 PM on Wednesday, Nov. 25. Service resumes at 12:00 PM on Saturday, Nov. 28. (Go Gators, Beat FSU!) For your convenience, limited phone call-back and email services will be available for urgent issues while the Help Desk is closed. UF’s libraries and labs also have reduced hours over Thanksgiving. In between fun and food, stay productive with some of UF’s virtual resources:
Gain skills for your future with Lynda.com
Whether you’re a senior jumping into the job search or an underclassmen looking to score a big summer internship, now is prime time to start your applications. Want to add Excel, Adobe CC, or Social Media Marketing to your skill section? Take a course with lynda.com, an online library with 3,800+ tutorials, offered FREE to UF students.
Stay connected with UFApps
Think going home means being cut off from UF tech? With UFApps, you can connect to 60+ software apps anywhere, anytime, on any device. It’s like bringing the computer lab home with you. Use your downtime to make sure you’re up-to-date on assignments, or gain extra practice on a tricky program. You’ll thank yourself during finals week!