TipsThe links below offer best practices and provide suggestions to make your information technology experience at Vanier better, safer, and more productive on Email & Internet and with a Computer.
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Password Changes Vanier College’s updated password policy will go into effect on 18th August 2021 for all employees. Government mandated cybersecurity standards now require a stronger password format and obliges the College to ensure that you change your password...
Multi-factor Authentication (MFA) Multi-factor authentication (MFA) is a security technology that requires multiple methods of authentication from independent categories of credentials to verify a user’s identity for a login or other transaction. The goal of MFA is to...
Procedures: 1. Please visit mail.vaniercollege.qc.ca and login with your Vanier email address. 2. In the upper right corner, click the Account icon (this may display as your profile image), and then click View Account 3. On the Security info on left...
Forget the delays of old-fashioned ink signatures. With Acrobat DC, you can quickly collect e-signatures that are legally binding in countries around the world. No printing, faxing or overnight delivery required.
Your VanierPass is your universal access credential for virtually all digital services that you use at the College.
Learn how to use the Viewing Rooms with VHS video cassette players at Vanier, including connecting the built-in computer, your laptop, the VHS player, and turning off the system.
Learn how to use the Viewing Rooms at Vanier, including connecting the built-in computer,your laptop, and turning off the system.
Learn how to use the Viewing Rooms with AirMedia at Vanier, including connecting the built-in computer, your laptop, or wirelessly with Air Media.
Learn how to use the Versatile Rooms at Vanier, including connecting the built-in computer, your laptop, or wirelessly with Air Media.
Microsoft’s Clip Art, long a staple of presentations from the classroom to board rooms, is finally at its end, joining the ranks of Clippy, Geocities, and the abacus. So, what are you to do when you need to add some color to your class presentation or office guide? The good news is, it’s a lot easier than you’d think.