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New Machines for Fall 2014

The new machines for the Fall 2014 semester have been decided on!  Please click here for more information.

Reset your Campus Password

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myPassword is a self-service password management application.

You must set up a profile before you can use myPassword to change or recover your campus password.

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News you Can Use

  • DreamSpark

    Free Microsoft software for students
    Under our new campus agreement, students, staff and faculty have the option of acquiring Microsoft license(s) for personal computing products via the Microsoft Work at Home licensing site.

    Click on the image to register.

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    University access to Lynda.com

    Learn the latest tools and techniques with access to 1281 online courses and counting! Get unbiased, clear, and comprehensive training in 3D, audio, video, photography, graphic design, web and interactive design, business, and development from expert instructors, 24/7. Login Here...

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    Internet Explorer and Blackboard
    We strongly recommend using Chrome instead of Internet Explorer to access Blackboard material.

    Click on the image to download Chrome.

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    Chrome Portable
    Can’t install Chrome on a computer to access Blackboard? Install Chrome Portable and run Chrome from a flash drive!

    Click on the image to download Chrome Portable.

  • Google+

    Google+ is now available
    Google+ is a social media tool that introduces new ways for our community to connect and communicate with each other.

    Click on the image to create your Google+ profile. Use your LTU email login credentials.

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    The web app YUZU is now replacing NOOK Study.  YUZU and NOOK Study are not compatible.  If you already have textbooks from NOOK Study, you will be able to continue reading them in NOOK Study.  Any new purchases as of March 31, 2014 will have to be used through the YUZU app.  For more details, please visit the Barnes & Noble website here.

eHelp

eHelp is a one stop source for instructions and documentation to help you navigate the computing environment at Lawrence Tech. Click on the appropriate links, to find information on Blackboard, the LTuZone, Webmail, BannerWeb, available software, campus printers, and more.

If you need immediate assistance, please contact the Help Desk by phone at 248.204.2330 or by email at helpdesk@ltu.edu.

eHelp is a joint venture of the eLearning Department and the Help Desk.

IN THE NEWS

  • Research Day provides forum for LTU accomplishments

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    Lawrence Technological University’s second annual Research Day on April 4 embraced the culture of interdisciplinary research. Sponsored by the Research Support Services Committee (RSSC) and the Office of the Provost, this year’s Research Day was made possible through a generous corporate sponsorship from Johnson Controls.

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    Apr 21


    Men's lacrosse team to host April 26 playoff game

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    The Blue Devils have home-field advantage in their first playoff game against Siena Heights University on Saturday, April 26, at 2 p.m. at Detroit Country Day School in Beverly Hills.

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    Apr 21

  • Evergreen Road transformation begins in May

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    A complete rebuilding and transformation of Evergreen Road, east of campus, will begin in May. During the 12 to 15 months of construction, the street will be upgraded to a four-lane boulevard with a landscaped median, bike path, stormwater mitigation, and mid-block crossings.

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    Apr 21


    Lawrence Tech professor provides expertise for $2 million stormwater project in Detroit

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    Lawrence Technological University Professor Donald Carpenter will monitor the results of a recently announced $2 million project to reduce stormwater runoff in Detroit and eliminate some sewer overflows into the Detroit River.

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    Apr 16

  • New grant extends entrepreneurial education at Lawrence Tech

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    Lawrence Technological University has received a three-year $697,000 grant from the Wisconsin-based Kern Family Foundation to support further expansion of entrepreneurial-minded learning in the curricula for undergraduate engineering students.

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    Apr 15


    Lady Blue Devils take home six WHAC awards

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    The Lawrence Tech Women’s Lacrosse Team took home six awards from the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference (WHAC) for achievements on and off the field of competition.

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    Apr 14