Illustrator 2: Advanced Techniques

Posted On July 28, 2014

Building on topics covered in Illustrator 1: Getting Started, this course will introduce more tools and techniques used to create digital art, including how to use drawing tablets to create and edit in Illustrator.

Workshop topics:

Using and creating brushes Using and creating symbols Effects and filters Using drawing tablets Prerequisites: more »

Email Fraud Awareness Training

Posted On November 22, 2013

What is Phishing?

Phishing is when cyber criminals send fraudulent emails that seem to come from legitimate sources in order to trick recipients into revealing sensitive information, such as passwords or credit card numbers. As a large institution, the university is increasingly targeted for phishing attacks. In order to educate members of the university community… more »


Posted On August 21, 2013

Professional, Academic Blogs

Edublogs is a WordPress blogging platform designed especially for an educational community. Register through Georgia State and get started.

With Edublogs, you can easily set up your personal website, and customize your blog with a personalized URL name and over a hundred different themes. Safe and secure,… more »

Security Assessments

Posted On November 29, 2012

Information security coordination services are available to advise you on ensuring the integrity, confidentiality and availability of vital information technology resources and information. Contact us to help you understand how to adhere to campus information security policies. Security compliance serves both the needs of the individual and the university; keeping your personal computer secure protects… more »


Posted On November 28, 2012

McAfee Endpoint Encryption for PC (EEPC) is a security tool which allows your entire system to be protected by an encryption process that makes content contained on your Windows computer inaccessible to anyone without appropriate access or key information. Once your entire system has been encrypted, this process generally operates transparently to allow you to… more »


Posted On November 28, 2012

Protect your workstation from the newest generation of malware (worms, viruses, backdoors, or Trojan horses) with McAfee Host Intrusion Prevention (HIPS) – the university licensed desktop protection software for faculty and staff. This complement to antivirus includes a firewall and a heuristics engine designed to protect against known malicious software behaviors.Here’s how it works: The… more »

Panther Profile

Posted On September 5, 2012

Panther Profile lets you manage your online profile. This information includes a preferred name, which is used to identify you in applications such as Office 365 faculty and staff email. Panther Profile includes:

Directory Profile Management:Manage your staff profile in the campus and internal directory — including a preferred name, office location, office phone, an… more »


Posted On July 25, 2012

Lab print jobs are processed by the PantherPrint System, also known as Pharos Uniprint. For your convenience, you can now release print jobs using your CampusID and Password along with your PantherCard at any lab.


In addition to printing from a lab computer, students, faculty, and staff can send print jobs from on or… more »


Posted On July 24, 2012

Getting GSU information delivered to your inbox about topics and areas of interest has never been easier.  Simply review the available GSU Listservs, follow the on-page instructions to sign up for the listserv of interest, and you will be added to the distribution list. Includes:

Listservs for a variety of student and faculty groups Easy sign up/unsubscribe

To request creation… more »