Glossary search results: 90

2-Step Login

Two-Step Login provides an additional layer of security when you log into systems that contain sensitive data. Two-Step Login, also known as Multi-Factor Authentication, helps protect sensitive data and guard against increasingly sophisticated email and online scams (e.g., phishing attacks) that can leave you vulnerable to identity theft. Like similar services offered by Google, Apple and Facebook, you log in by entering your username and passphrase and then confirm your login with an enrolled device, such as your smartphone.


AccessStout

AccessStout is UW-Stout's Student Information System. It is used by applicants and students to register, view grades, account balances, and access other personal information. It is also used by faculty to enter grades and facilitate advising.


Adjunct Instructor Pool

The Adjunct Instructor Pool application form is the online tool for submitting application materials for the University of Wisconsin-Stout's adjunct instructor pool. People submit applications to be considered for a teaching position through UW-Stout Online.

The Adjunct Instructor Pool does NOT use campus credentials; applicants create a username and password and provide an email address. An email is sent to that address and the user must click to verify and activate their login information prior to being able to log in.

For assistance:
UW-Stout Online
321 Sorensen Hall
121 10th Avenue E.
University of Wisconsin-Stout
Menomonie, Wisconsin 54751
715/232-2693
aip@uwstout.edu



Administrator Account

Computer administrators can change security settings, install software and hardware, and access all files on the computer. Administrators can also make changes to other user accounts. This is a computer-level permission and does not apply to any other computers or resources. Administrative access is rarely needed, however, if necessary, Admin by Request can be used to temporarily elevate privileges on a Windows or Macintosh computer.  


App Launcher (Office 365)

The icon in Office 365 used to switch between apps.


Audacity

Audacity is a powerful, free audio program that can be used to create and edit audio files on your computer. Users may record live audio, convert tapes and records into digital recordings or CD's, change the speed or pitch of the recording, and more. See the Knowledge Base Article:  Audacity  for more information.


Azure Development Tools for Teaching

Microsoft Development Tools for Teaching -- Formerly Microsoft Imagine, DreamSpark Premium (formerly MSDN Academic Alliance (MSDNAA)) is a Microsoft program available to all Stout students and faculty in order to acquire licensed copies of some Microsoft software. 

Go to https://azureforeducation.microsoft.com/devtools

Support can be obtained by calling Microsoft at (866) 643-9421

This program is not available to staff.



BankMobile Disbursements

Refunds for overpayment of tuition are distributed by BankMobile Disbursements (formerly HigherOne). Please visit Student Business Services refund page for more information about eRefunds.



Campus Directory

The UW-Stout campus directory is the online directory of students, faculty, staff, and alumni.

Directory and Address Information: Changing or suppressing 


Campus ID

The seven-digit number (including leading zeros) found on campus ID cards and many forms of campus correspondence.


Code (2-Step)

A code is a limited temporary access code generated by the help desk if a user forgets their device used for Duo. To ensure security, codes expire after 24 hours.


Curriculog

Curriculog is the workflow system used to generate and route curriculum changes, including new and revised courses, programs, and submajors. A ​Two-Page-Curriculog-User-Guide.pdf icon Best Practices and Helpful Tips document has been created to assist users. Users can also refer to Guidelines and Curriculog Instructions webpage within the Curriculum Handbook for additional directions and Curriculog snapshots.

Please contact the Provost’s Office with any questions at 715-232-2421.


Device (2-Step)

A device is what is used to access the duo application. The duo app allows you to use a mobile phone or a tablet to access the mobile application to provide two factor push notifications.


Domain

The term domain can refer either to a local subnetwork or to descriptors for sites on the Internet (e.g., www.uwstout.edu).  On the Internet, a domain is part of every network address, including website addresses, email addresses, and addresses for other Internet protocols.

A domain is a sub network made up of a group of clients and servers under the control of one central security database. Within a domain, users authenticate once to a centralized server known as a domain controller, rather than repeatedly authenticating to individual servers and services. Individual servers and services accept the user based on the approval of the domain controller.



Domain User

A domain user is one whose username and password are stored on a domain controller rather than the computer the user is logging into. When you log in as a domain user, the computer asks the domain controller what privileges are assigned to you. When the computer receives an appropriate response from the domain controller, it logs you in with the proper permissions and restrictions.


Drupal

Drupal is the UW-Stout web-management system used by staff and faculty to produce and edit campus web content. For assistance, please contact webmaster@uwstout.edu.


Duo (2-Step)

UW-Stout has partnered with Duo to provide a service for protecting logins to systems that contain sensitive data. Duo is a mobile application that provides mobile push two factor authentication to allow access to systems that contain sensitive data.


Duo App (2-Step)

Duo Mobile is an application that works with Duo Security's two-factor authentication service to make logins more secure. The application generates passcodes for login and can receive push notifications for easy, one-tap authentication. You can find the application on the Google Play store or Apple App Store.


e-textbooks
EMS Online Reservation System
ePortfolio
eStout
eStout Student Laptop Transfer Program
FileZilla
Films on Demand and Alexander Street Video
FOB
Global Address List
Handshake (Previously CareerLink)
HRS (Human Resource System)
ImageNow: Annotations
ImageNow: Annotation_Signature Stamp
ImageNow: Application Plans
ImageNow: Auto Indexing
ImageNow: Batch Mode
ImageNow: Batches
ImageNow: Capture Profile
ImageNow: Custom Property
ImageNow: Delete a Document
ImageNow: Digital Signature
ImageNow: Document Properties
ImageNow: Document Type
ImageNow: Drawers
ImageNow: Email Option
ImageNow: Folders
ImageNow: Forms Workflow
ImageNow: Index Standards
ImageNow: Indexing (Linking)
ImageNow: L_1Forms Complete
ImageNow: Merging Documents
ImageNow: Perceptive Content Dekstop Client vs Perceptive Experience
ImageNow: Permissions
ImageNow: Prefixes
ImageNow: Print Options_Single Mode
ImageNow: Route
ImageNow: Route Anywhere
ImageNow: Route Back
ImageNow: Route Forward
ImageNow: Route Up
ImageNow: Stamp Annotation
ImageNow: Thumbnails
ImageNow: Views
ImageNow: WebForms
ImageNow: What is it?
ImageNow: Workflow History
ImageNow: Workflow Queue
ImageNow: Available Information
Library Databases and Resources
Local User Account
MAC address
Multifactor Authentication/MFA (2-Step)
Outlook Web App (OWA)
People
POTS
Push (2-Step)
Qualtrics
Reimage
Softphone
STAR
Stout Share
StoutAlert
Tax Documents: getmydocument.com
TMA
Token (2-Step)
URL
User Principal Name (UPN)
Username
VPN
WeBWork
Windows Media Audio (.wma)
WinEst