At IU Bloomington, hosts Max and Kyla bring you weekly Hoosiercasts on events on campus and around town. At IUPUI, the Spot delivers weekly news about what’s happening at IUPUI.
March is Disability Awareness Month. If you have vision impairment (blindness and low vision), mobility impairment, learning issues
(dyslexia, ADHD, and others), or hearing loss, you can get specialized help — both on campus and through accessible distance education.
UniCom is a new way to interact with your colleagues, staff, and students. It combines email, voice mail, instant messaging, video conferencing, and more in one easy-to-use platform on your desktop.
Have you downloaded the new Adobe CS4 applications but are unsure how to get started? If so, take advantage of the new Adobe CS4 STEPS workshop materials on IUware.
Check out our Facebook page. It’s an informal online gathering place where IT is the main topic of conversation, and both newbies and techies are welcome.
From legal download recommendations to free virus protection software, IU ensures that you have the tools you need to stay safe online.
A key stipulation of IU’s student email partnerships was that the university be able to maintain its commitment to online security, privacy, and the protection of user information.
This month, IU replaced key elements of its existing financial system with community source Kuali equivalents, keeping its commitment to share software development with other universities and colleges to keep IT costs low at IU.
IU conference call services are available 24/7/365. With conference calls, you can have collaborative discussions with people in other locations even when time, travel, or budget constraints do not allow for a face-to-face meeting.
Intended for those who have taken the first five Access workshops, this workshop focuses on designing a database from scratch and building its contents. It will take place on March 2 at IU Bloomington and on March 3 at IUPUI.
You may see three available wireless networks on campus, but only IU Secure offers built-in security and authentication. IU Secure
protects you from the instant you connect, whereas IU Wireless relies upon your own protective measures.
Still pondering whether you should leave Webmail behind and move to an Imail (powered by Microsoft) or Umail (powered by Google) account with added communication and sharing features? With Umail, you have the option of migrating over your current email, so you can hold onto important messages.
Did you know that you can find open seats in the STCs via Google Maps? If you’re not near a computer, you can also access the seatfinders from your web-enabled cellular phone, wireless PDA, or other web-enabled mobile device.