What do you think about the IT service you are getting at King’s? Do you have ideas on how IT could improve their services and enhance your University experience?
Here’s your chance, right here, right now and at a Campus most near to you!
You are invited to attend one of the Forums:
Tuesday 28th October 2014
16.30–17.15 (Classroom 8, Hodgkin Building, Guy’s Campus)
Wednesday 29th October 2014
10.30–11.15 (G.80, FWB, Waterloo Campus)
Take this opportunity to speak your mind at this informal Forum hosted by King’s IT.
Free refreshments provided!
From December 1st 2013, King’s students will no longer have to pay around £60 for a Microsoft Office University licence. Students will be able to install Microsoft Office 365 Professional Plus on up to 5 devices – FREE of charge – enabling access to all the familiar and full MS Office applications. King’s Libraries will post details of how to obtain the licence keys once they are available via their facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/KingsLibraries#!/KingsLibraries
**The deadline for this post has passed, but the information is retained for your further research inspiration**
This is an interesting example of a knowledge-transfer role, in this case from Oxford Brookes University. They’re looking for someone to help with systems architecture work across local primary schools. See
http://jobonline.thecareersgroup.co.uk/kings/student/DisplayVacancy.aspx?id=1a2c7d8e-b3b3-455b-b79a-2f857d2625a1 for this and for other similar roles.
For further information about IT-related jobs and information, check out King’s Careers FB page on the topic: http://www.facebook.com/#!/kingstechnologycareers?fref=pb