1. Forecasting the flu 2. Real, on-the-job experience 3. The UITS Support Center and the case of the Outlook app glitch 4. Learn to be a successful project manager with CompTIA Project+ 5. Cybersecurity improves through greater sharing 6. Design a website without writing code! 7. More IT news and events
As many courses make the switch from Oncourse to Canvas, it can be helpful to know which tools or features have functional counterparts between the two
UITS IT Training is helping you transition to Canvas, IU’s new learning management platform, with a variety of webinars in December and January.
If you need help with something in Canvas, IU’s new learning management system, the Knowledge Base (KB) can help.
Undergraduate call for proposals to use advanced computing facilities at IU; Game on; Intro to HPC@IU; Introductory Parallel Programming for Supercomputers
Get acquainted with Canvas, the successor to Oncourse; Register now for Statewide IT; Presentation: 60 minutes with the National Science Foundation, September 4; Consult with UITS Research Technologies every Thursday beginning 9/4 in the Scholars’ Commons of the Herman B Wells Library from 10am-6pm; App teaches about forces that shaped passage of Civil Rights Act; IU experts teach at African Grid School
Registration is open for Statewide IT 2014. Come learn from your colleagues and enjoy a little playtime, too.
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.