The Network Users Geographically

As we write the grant application for 2011-12 fiscal year, I was asked to show whether Network users represented all 10 of the THECB's service regions.
Yesterday I found a really cool website that takes GPS data and displays it on an interactive map.
This is what I came up with when I uploaded the zip codes of Network users:

Click here to view map in a new window/tab
You can interact with this map just like a normal Google map [zoom, drag, etc.], if you click on a specific dot you'll see the # of members at that zip code.
[personal information was not linked to zip codes used for this map]

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Posted by mmolina on 05/19 at 01:22 PM


Network Update

We recently updated our homepage to include a featured content slider as well as links to upcoming events and the latest resources. This is the easiest way to show you the most important content and information available on The Network.

Homepage Slider

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Posted by mmolina on 05/11 at 11:07 AM


Archive: Switching to Google: What Your Institution Should Expect


If you were not able to attend last week's webinar, go to the following link:


Make sure you register first:


This free webinar on the ins and outs of migrating to Google Apps features panelists Hab Adkins, Manager of Programming and Support Computing Services at Abilene Christian University & Stan Gunn, Associate Vice President, Information Technology at Austin Community College. They will discuss their institutional experience with this major migration to the new email, calendaring, and collaboration system. Learn from their successes and challenges, so you may avoid some of these speed bumps. Come prepared with questions and comments. This webinar is for faculty and staff involved with Information Technology at their institution.


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Posted by mmolina on 05/05 at 02:57 PM
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