May 2: Student Immersive Showcase Exhibition; May 10-11: IU Bloomington and IU South Bend Electronic Waste Collection Days; Tune in for the Talk Nerdy to Me monthly podcast
Mark your calendar for the April 26th dedication and demonstration of Big Red II, the first one petaFLOPS supercomputer in the state and the fastest university-owned system in the nation.
All IU students, staff and faculty will continue to have fee-free access to e-learning from lynda.com through June 30, 2016.
Paul Messina, director of science at the Argonne Leadership Computing Facility, will give the second lecture in the Christopher Peebles Memorial Lecture Series on April 25.
Finals are near, and that means things are getting crowded in the UITS Student Technology Centers (STCs). Know how to find open seats in the Student Technology Centers and in campus computer labs?
Instead of passing around hard copies of your work, use Box for convenient and earth-friendly collaboration.
Simply drop off your old computers, VCRs, televisions, gaming systems, cameras, handheld devices, and more at this free electronic waste recycling drive.
Subscribe to the Talk Nerdy to Me podcast; IU networking experts launch NetTalk lecture series; Two IU computer scientists earn NSF CAREER Awards for young investigators; IU Libraries digitization project creates rich repository of Hoosier authors
IU tech lovers, unite — and listen! UITS is launching a monthly podcast called Talk Nerdy to Me, with episodes featuring different aspects of tech at IU.
Be sure to make plans to attend the annual Statewide IT conference October 28-30 in Bloomington.
As the new gateway for the university’s online education efforts, IU Online offers nearly 80 undergraduate, graduate, and professional degrees.
Are you in the market for a new computer or tablet? Dell’s April deals are tailored to IU students, faculty, and staff
UITS IT Training is hosting a visit from Microsoft’s Patrick Sheren.