Provided by the IU Campus Call Center, AskIU is a question and answer service for every IU campus. There are several ways to contact AskIU for answers to all your IU questions.
Be one of the first to know about closures and other critical situations on campus — update your information in OneStart, so IU can contact you. Using phone, email, and text messaging, the IU-Notify emergency communications system can quickly reach people on all eight campuses.
Over the course of the last year, University Information Technology Services (UITS) empowered people across our university in their use and application of information technology.
A new IU internship program will provide students with valuable experience on the business side of life sciences information technology, while interns apply traditional business techniques toward helping IU technology experts advance IU medical and life sciences research.
This February, UITS is offering STEPS workshops on XML and SQL programming. Participants will learn how to generate data driven web pages, and to query and update a server database.
UITS News is IU’s primary communication about IT services and support. Focusing on your needs and technology’s potential to meet them, it can help you navigate your way through IU’s rich technology environment.
IU’s emergency web site will keep you informed about campus closures, weather conditions, and other emergencies that might impact you.
Want to get a sense of the university’s information technology big picture? IT@IU is IU’s widest-ranging IT news source.
Want on-demand access to the latest information technology news? In addition to email and the web, you have a more convenient option: RSS feeds from UITS.
The availability of Adobe software on IUware has generated a lot of buzz. In addition to that agreement, IU has locked in over a dozen vendor discounts to help you boost your connectivity.
To help you keep track of IU’s IT offerings, we’re constantly updating the “NU2IT” online resource guide. Whether you’re new to IT or just looking for a refresher, be sure to check it out.
Laptop computers are a prime target for thieves, both for the value of the devices themselves and for the sensitive data they contain. IU’s Information Security Office (UISO) proposes a number of ways to defend your laptop.
With UITS STEPS workshops and Certificate Series, you can build upon your proficiency with the Adobe Creative Suite — particularly Dreamweaver, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Flash, Fireworks, and Acrobat.