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Overview

As you transition to post-Carleton life, there are a few things that you should take care of during the summer, in order to transfer or archive your digital identity. During your time at Carleton, you will have created documents, presentations, posters, and more that you may wish to take with you. You may also have been the owner of resources related to an organization or committee on campus which you now need to transfer to someone else. And, of course, there's likely to be a whole lot of email that you may (or may not) want to archive for future reference.

This page is intended to be a quick one-stop reference (or reminder) for all the digital aspects of your Carleton career that you may wish to take with you. It also includes links to pages with more detailed instructions on how to do so.

If you have any questions on the following information, or about your Carleton account in general, please call the ITS HelpDesk at 507-222-5999 or send email to: helpdesk@carleton.edu

 


Archiving or Transferring Email

While it is tempting to simply move all of your email from your Carleton Gmail account to, for example. your personal Gmail account, we suggest that you consider archiving your Carleton email instead. One of the main reasons for this is that there is no elegant method for transferring email between two different systems. Both of the methods below will work, though neither will transfer the labels that you have created in your Carleton account. Remember, although labels look like folders, they are not actual folders which means that they do not transfer. This means that all of your Carleton emails will come through in a single, very long list that you may need to sort, depending on how you want to use it.

Archiving email has the advantage that you are simply downloading and storing the email for future reference, in case you need to refer back to it in the future. It helps to keep your old Carleton email separate from your current (or new) email, in a searchable location for those times that you need to refer back to it.

 
Set up an auto reply in your Carleton Gmail to inform people that your email address will be changing.
 
 
Transfer email from your Carleton Gmail account to a personal Gmail account using these instructions from Google.
 
 
Transfer email from your Carleton Gmail account to Outlook online.
 
 
Archiving your email using Apple's Mail email client (Max OS).
 
 
Archiving your email using MailStore Home (Windows only)
 

 


Documents and Files

During your time at Carleton, you will undoubtedly have written and created a lot of material which is stored digitally in various places on our network. Course assignments in Moodle, that PhotoShop masterpiece stored on your HOME folder, or perhaps some collaborative documents on Google Docs. Once your Carleton account expires, you will lose access to these files which will eventually be deleted from our systems.

The first link below takes you to a page with more information on accessing and transferring these types of files. The other two links are provided as shortcuts to instructions for accessing your HOME, Courses and Collab folders from your personal machine

 

 
Accessing and transferring files from various network locations.
 
 
Accessing and saving files from your Moodle courses.
 
 
Accessing and saving files from your Carleton Google Drive.
 

ArcGIS Online

Your Carleton ArcGIS Online account will be disabled on June 30, 2017, which means that you will not be able to access your account starting that date. If you need to download your items, move them to a different member in Carleton's ArcGIS Online (for items created for work or faculty projects), or move them to either a different organizational or public ArcGIS Online account. Please contact Wei-Hsin Fu (wfu@carleton.edu) for consultation and help.

Your items and membership will be deleted on July 31, 2017.

 

 


Passing the Baton

If you have been an active member of a student group or organization on campus, it is possible that you are the designated owner or administrator of either the corresponding mailing list or other network resources. Before you leave Carleton, you should be sure to transfer such ownership to your luck successor.

Mailing lists that have no on-campus owners will be scheduled for deletion, so please pass them along to someone who is not graduating.

Student organizations whose leaders have all graduated are considered inactive by the CSA, so if the organization is to confinue, you will need to hand it off to the next generation. You will need to designate next year's org leader and transfer network folder and web resources to help.

Instructions on both can be found at the links below.

 

 
All mailing lists you own must be transferred to someone who isn't graduating. Any lists that end up without a valid owner will eventually be closed..
 
 
If you lead a student organization, you must transfer ownership of online resources to someone who isn't graduating.
 
 
Any (non-personal) Dropbox files or folders for which you are the owner must be transferred to a new owner.
 
 
Any (non-personal) Google Drive files for which you are the owner must be transferred to a new owner.
 

 


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