IU’s Advanced Visualization Lab (AVL) has been named a 2011 3D Film Festival winner in the Best of Shorts category for their production “A Universe of Questions.”
Join IU in celebrating GIS Day, a worldwide, annual event that pays tribute to the many ways Geographic Information Systems (GIS) technologies and applications shape the way we live, learn, and do business.
Did you know you can find open seats in the Student Technology Centers and in campus computer labs via Google Maps?
As a current IU student, faculty, or staff member, you’re eligible for special personal purchase discounts not available to the general public. IU has negotiated special deals with vendors such as Dell, Apple, Sony, CDW-G, and AT&T.
Global Filter lets you completely filter out people, hashtags, sources, etc. from all of your lists, searches, and feeds in TweetDeck.
If you’re familiar with SharePoint, but want to know more, consider taking the two day “SharePoint 2010: Beyond the Basics” workshop on November 17 and 18. Sessions will take place simultaneously at IU Bloomington and IUPUI.
At 2am on November 6, Indiana will turn its clocks back one hour, marking the end of Daylight Saving Time (DST).
Spammers send millions of phishing emails trying to trick people into divulging passwords, personal information, account numbers, and more. They can even make email and URLs appear as though they’re coming from Indiana University.
Email is an inexpensive and popular method for distributing fraudulent messages to potential victims. Most fraud is carried out in hopes of obtaining access to account numbers and passwords. Visit the KB for details on various types of email fraud.
The IU Maurer School of Law has signed an agreement with the Oxford Internet Institute, a department of the University of Oxford, creating a new program that will allow students to earn a certification in information law and policy from Oxford and a Master of Laws degree from IU.
IU Bloomington’s School of Informatics and Computing has witnessed a near doubling of the number of women enrolled in computing-related majors over the past 18 months.
As gateway to IU’s evolving tech park at 10th and the Bypass, the CIB is designed to visually represent IU’s cutting-edge technology environment and its commitment to innovation in service of the university’s teaching, learning, and research missions.
Take IU Mobile for a spin. You no longer need to download anything — it’s all HTML based.