If you need help with something in Canvas, IU’s new learning management system, the Knowledge Base (KB) can help.
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Assistive Technology and Accessibility Centers (ATAC) are dedicated to helping faculty, staff, and students with registered disabilities read, write, study, and access information through assistive technologies.
Forgetting your passphrase is the number one call the UITS Support Center receives.
Learn to lead, manage, and be part of successful project teams in today’s changing world.
Intro to supercomputing for scholars and scientists; Cyrus email (IU Webmail) phasing out in February; Mapping science project winds down with biggest show ever
IU students, faculty and staff can download Read&Write Gold literacy software at no charge through IUware (touch for more >>)
IU has unveiled a new software license that makes literacy tools available to everyone. Read&Write Gold is assistive software specifically designed to help with reading and writing. The software will read aloud a variety of materials, from a Word doc or PDF file to web pages and screen shots.
Statewide IT is the one chance a year you get to hobnob with your IT colleagues from ALL of IU’s campuses, up close and in person. They do what you do, only someplace else. They may have tricks up their sleeve you never dreamed of trying. Statewide IT is the place to find out!
Learn how to present with Adobe Connect, a web conferencing app that lets you conduct live meetings and deliver online presentations to multiple users. Topics covered include tips for effective screen sharing, recording your presentation, and engaging participants.
IU has so many IT resources, tips, services, and information that it can sometimes be hard to sift through it all. Tech Bytes help with that.
All IU faculty, staff, and students can access more than 2,000 video-based courses from lynda.com at no charge. UITS IT Training is co-hosting a webinar with lynda.com to help you get the most out of your lynda.com experience.
Undergraduate call for proposals to use advanced computing facilities at IU; Game on; Intro to HPC@IU; Introductory Parallel Programming for Supercomputers
So much happened while you were away! And for you new guys, there’s so much to tell you! This newsletter is a good start. Here’s a quick rundown of what you need to know >>
IU has lots of answers. Here are avenues to explore in your search for the truth