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IT Training is the place to learn the basics, and there’s still time to take courses this summer.
Did you know you can request a specially scheduled session of an IT Training workshop for your academic class, department, group, or business? We’ll provide the instructor, the electronic materials, the expertise, and the room (if needed).
Creative types, for a few more months, you can get training on loads of programs — animation, game design, drafting, and video editing, to name a few — through the Pluralsight pilot program. Digital-Tutors, video-based tutorials on design topics, is the most recent addition.
Did you know you don’t have to use your personal Box account to store team or project work? Box has group accounts. They’ll keep you from maxing out your storage limits as quickly, and they also make life easier on your team if you transition off a project. The Knowledge Base has all the details.
UITS IT Training is offering a webinar on when to use Excel and when to use Access when keeping track of data. Bring questions about the data you need to track.
Reach a new level in parallel computing this June with Guido Juckeland from the Universität Dresden as your expert guide.
The 2014 TechPoint Mira Tech Services Award (IT in Support of the Business) goes to the One.IU development team
The development team for One.IU, Indiana University’s new app store for online services, received the Tech Services Award at the 15th annual TechPoint Mira Awards on Saturday. One.IU won in the “IT to Support the Business” category for its streamlined access to key resources, such as grades, bursar bills, and financial systems. Each year, the Mira Awards honor the best of tech in Indiana.
Want to know more about what Box can do for you? UITS IT Training offers an online course!
Accelerate your science: Introduction to high performance computing (HPC)
IUPUI Campus Center help desk opens; Pluralsight online pilot training program extended; IU South Bend gets new UITS executive director; IU faculty and students bring home seven Sony scholarships; IU informatics team’s award-winning Android app heads to premier tech security event
Students who are returning for the fall semester, listen up! An upcoming upgrade will prevent many devices from connecting to IU Secure wireless if you don’t act in advance.
While affiliated with IU as student, faculty, or staff, you can use the products covered by the university’s Adobe Enterprise License Agreement at no cost. When you leave IU, your Adobe license is no longer valid. Before you go, you can still order Adobe licensed software at a significant discount.