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130 class sections encompassing 5,300 IU students are participating in IU’s eTexts initiative this spring semester, taking advantage of IU’s deals with publishers. Those agreements provide eTexts to students and faculty that enable new tools for teaching and learning, options to print, and single sign on access through IU’s Oncourse.
In today’s digital world, our identities, locations, actions, purchases, associations, movements, and histories are networked and stored in many places.
IU has an emergency web site to keep you informed about campus closures, weather conditions, and other emergencies that might impact you.
Most of the IUPUI campus will shut down over Super Bowl weekend (Feb. 3-5), but tech support and services in the ICTC will be available through Saturday — and IUanyWARE provides popular software anytime, anywhere.
Knowledge Base (KB) menus feature popular computing topics and responses to frequently asked questions. When you select a topic, you’ll see a range of KB documents organized into relevant sub-topics.
Get up-to-the-minute status reports about UITS systems, upcoming changes, scheduled maintenance, and issues — plus the latest news from key services.
HP Academy invites IU students, faculty, and staff to take advantage of exclusive savings on notebooks, desktops, and accessories.
AskIU is a question and answer service available Mon-Fri, 8am-8pm, and Sat-Sun, 10am-6:30pm.
IU has entered into agreements with six publishers and Courseload — including a new agreement with IU Press — to provide eTexts and eReader software at a reduced cost to IU students and faculty.
Support is a short walk, phone call, or click away, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Most UITS services remain available on Martin Luther King Day.
IUware offers hundreds of software titles free of charge to Indiana University registered students, faculty, and staff.