Ari Nicholson joined UC a few weeks back as Rainbow Coordinator in the Student Success team.
We had a chat with Ari to find out about what the new role involves, Diversity Fest (which is coming up in September), and all about Ari’s background. Watch here>
Drop in to Ari’s office and say hello. Ari is in the office at the following times:
Monday, 9am – 5pm
Tuesday and Wednesday, 9am – 2.30pm
Location – Level 1, Forestry building
On Saturday 24 August 2019 from 8am IT Services will be perform scheduled maintenance of network infrastructure.
The target timeframe for this maintenance window is approximately 6 hours.
Network services in the following buildings may be temporarily unavailable at times during these scheduled works:
Meremere – Levels 4 & 5
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The results of the recent UCSA elections are in! 38.5 percent of UC students cast their votes, which remains the highest voter turnout of any university in New Zealand or Australia. You can view the full election results on the UCSA website.
Congratulations to the 2020 UCSA Student Executive Team
Click the image to view.
An introductory New Zealand Sign Language course is open to UC staff and students in Term 4.
Participants are taught:
- The finger-spelling alphabet
- Basic phrases
- Some university-specific vocabulary
- Basic grammar
- Deaf culture
From time to time I find my macrons suddenly stop working.
This is almost certainly because I have accidentally hit the Windows key + space bar, which is the shortcut to switch the keyboard input method from the Māori keyboard that I usually use, back to the US keyboard.
To correct this:
Press Windows key + space bar to switch it back
1. Click the keyboard input language button, located at the far right end of your taskbar (in the bottom right corner of your monitor/screen).
It looks like this:
2. Then click English (New Zealand) Maori keyboard.
To use Macrons, see my Tech Tip Type Using Macrons.
For other great time-saving tips, look up:
– Being more efficient with your technology
– Technology Information for Staff website
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