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Published on: 07/23/2015
Adobe FormsCentral was a program that designs professional forms using a drag-and-drop online form builder. It provided a customizable template that allowed businesses to fit the form to their business requirements and provided an easy way to receive information online. Due to lack of popularity, Adobe has decided to retire the 3-year-old program on July 28, which means customers will no longer have access to develop new online forms or collect new data.
Adobe expressed its commitment to its customers by releasing the following statement:
“Adobe is committed to delivering exceptional software and services to our customers. It’s in our nature to innovate and try new things, and it was in this spirit that we introduced FormsCentral over three years ago. Unfortunately, not enough people have chosen this path… Our focus will be to continue to provide world-class PDF creation products and cloud-based services that enable our customers to work with PDFs anywhere, on any device.”
As a response to this message and the retirement of Adobe FormsCentral, the Office of Information Technology is asking all University employees to save any FormsCentral data to a PDF or a file type of their choice. After July 28, you will no longer be able to create, distribute, or collect new or existing responses through online forms. The FormsCentral desktop app will be available temporarily for creating PDF forms until the new upgrade to the Acrobat software; however, any online FormsCentral functionality will be disabled. The Office of Information Technology recommends using an alternate solution in place of Adobe FormsCentral to avoid any service interruptions. If you would like assistance in finding an alternate solution to this program, please contact Help Desk by calling 817-272-2208 or sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about the retirement of Adobe FormsCentral, please visit Adobe’s frequently asked questions.
Published on: 05/26/2015
The Office of Information Technology is excited to announce their new internship program, Information Technology Learning Experience and Development (ITLEAD).
The Information Technology Learning Experience and Development (ITLEAD) incorporates four years of intensive training, mentoring by IT professionals, and leadership and professional development. This specially tailored program will allow selected students to work in various departments in OIT gaining critical skills and work experience. In complement to their academic program, students will develop the skills and knowledge to be highly marketable and ready for jobs in the IT Industry.
Please explore our website to discover additional benefits, qualifications, and program requirements at www.uta.edu/oit/itlead. The deadline to apply for this exceptional program is June 1, 2015.
Updated on: 04/08/2015
Learn more about a new suite of technology solutions that can help faculty members with textbook and course material adoption. The UTA Bookstore and Follett offer the program.
Follett Discover enables instructors to explore a vast source of course materials including textbook offerings and more. The book adoption process has been streamlined, eliminating the paperwork and guesswork associated with submitting traditional adoptions.
Student benefits from the streamlined access to course materials.
Follett Discover can be accessed by logging into Blackboard with your NetID and password. It is located at the bottom of the MyBlackboard page. For additional questions about Follett Discover, please contact Paul Beaulieu email@example.com, Shiva Mirsaeedi firstname.lastname@example.org, or call the bookstore at 817-272-2785.