Online, webinar, or classroom — no matter which method of instruction you choose, UITS IT Training has you covered this summer.
Online or in person, our training covers topics such as Microsoft and Adobe applications, programming, web development, and more — at no cost to IU faculty, students, and staff.
IU’s web-based SSL VPN gives you secure access to the university’s network for an authenticated and encrypted session from anywhere in the world.
All IU students, staff and faculty will continue to have fee-free access to e-learning from lynda.com through June 30, 2016.
Finals are near, and that means things are getting crowded in the UITS Student Technology Centers (STCs). Know how to find open seats in the Student Technology Centers and in campus computer labs?
Simply drop off your old computers, VCRs, televisions, gaming systems, cameras, handheld devices, and more at this free electronic waste recycling drive.
IU tech lovers, unite — and listen! UITS is launching a monthly podcast called Talk Nerdy to Me, with episodes featuring different aspects of tech at IU.
Are you in the market for a new computer or tablet? Dell’s April deals are tailored to IU students, faculty, and staff
UITS IT Training is hosting a visit from Microsoft’s Patrick Sheren.
Reminders for current students, grads, and campus housing residents.
If you have vision, mobility, hearing, medical, or learning challenges, you can get specialized help from the UITS Adaptive Technology and Accessibility Centers at IU Bloomington and IUPUI.
Take advantage of VIP deals from the Dell University and HP Academy programs. For deals from Dell, HP, and other IU-approved vendors, visit the UITS ComputerGuide.
Adobe Illustrator is the industry standard for creating scalable vector artwork for print and web projects. Set your inner artist free as you experiment with shapes, color, effects, and typography — all while moving easily among Adobe creative applications.