Indiana University has joined with three other leading US research universities to form the Unizin consortium.
Thanks to all who participated in the 2014 UITS Customer Satisfaction Surveys. Student, faculty, and staff responses to these annual surveys help measure the effectiveness of IU’s IT resources, and serve as important guides to improving IT services and support.
All campuses can now order IU eTexts for the summer and fall of 2014.
Oncourse is IU’s collaborative learning environment. Students and faculty can access course syllabi and grades; communicate via email, chat, and forums; take online quizzes and surveys; and even store files.
The Monitor and Newsbit are IU’s official methods of communicating IT services and support. The Newsbit goes out to everyone at IUPUI and IUPUC, while the Monitor covers the rest of IU’s campuses.
Break out the ear buds and prepare to learn about IT@IU via the Snitch and Talk Nerdy to Me podcasts.
Students and faculty can now take advantage of favorable pricing for and access to eTexts from all of IU’s largest publishers.
Thanks to agreements with nine publishers, IU is seeing growth in eTexts adoption — nearly 10,000 students in 250 course sections are now using digital learning materials.
A quick link to your Box at IU account is now available within Oncourse; Introductory Parallel Programming Workshop; Watch archived video of Executive Dean Larry Singell; Steve Wallace to be InCNTRE executive director; Thomas Sterling named one of HPC community’s “People to Watch”
The UITS Support Center now offers expanded hours to handle your difficult Oncourse questions.
IU now has 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.