The end of the semester is always a busy time in the UITS Student Technology Centers (STCs). Do you know how to find open seats so you can complete your assignments?
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IU has an emergency website to keep you informed about campus closures, weather conditions, and other emergencies that might affect you.
UITS IT Training has just published the spring workshop schedule online. Look for classroom and online instructor-led workshops and webinars, EdCerts on advanced technical topics, and self-study workshop materials and training from lynda.com and Microsoft. All regular (non-EdCert) workshops continue to be fee-free for students, faculty, and staff from all IU campuses.
AskIU is a general information question-and-answer service available Monday-Friday, 8am-8pm, and Saturday and Sunday, 10am-6:30pm.
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The UITS Support Center now offers expanded hours to handle your difficult Oncourse questions.
Celebrate National Cybersecurity Awareness month responsibly, and keep your online data safe with these tips…
UITS IT Training will host Microsoft’s Patrick Sheren on October 26. Sheren will lead a tour of Windows 8, demonstrating its use with a touch interface — and he’ll also provide an introduction to Office 2013.
Mobile devices are compact and convenient – making them very popular, and easy to lose and steal. Take some steps to protect your personal data just in case. Here are the basics…
Use ITHelpLive to chat with a UITS Support Center consultant right from your computer.
IU has now signed agreements with nine publishers to deliver eTexts for students on all IU campuses. These agreements help reduce the costs of course materials for students, while delivering cutting-edge content to computers, mobile devices, and smartphones.