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A set of tasks in One.IU to manage individual and group accounts, email addresses and forwarding, and more.
Accessibility services for faculty, staff, and students.
Allows administrators to handle and maintain all Active Directory network resources from a single location.
An online room-scheduling system to manage activities and resources in classrooms and other campus spaces across IU—available at no cost.
Helps students with disabilities reach their educational goals by working to make IUPUI's campus life and learning accessible
Access the entire collection of Adobe desktop and mobile apps.
Create stunning, mobile-friendly multimedia with no downloads required.
Device management for smartphones and tablets using a variety of platforms.
Pop-up IU-Notify computer alerts when triggered on the same campus.
Apple Device Management Service provides a framework that schools and departments can utilize to secure their Apple devices.
IU and Apple teamed up to create a custom Apple Store with deep educational discounts.
A general information question-and-answer service for any IU-related queries.
Using technology to provide equal access and an inclusive environment for the IU community.
UITS is conducting a limited pilot on the use of badging at IU.
IU's research supercomputer for high-performance analysis of large, complex data sets.
A supercomputer that complements IU's Big Red II by providing an environment for large-scale, compute-intensive research.
Use this mobile app, integrated with Canvas, to send assignment reminders.
No-cost and unlimited cloud storage and collaboration tools for IU students, faculty, and staff.
Integrates Canvas with the IU Box service and enables sharing and collaboration.
Distribute copies of folders or large files and/or datasets to each student in your course.
IU’s rich set of full-stack tools for metadata, visualizations, data virtualization, and more.
Used by Data Center administrators to manage traffic and access to the Data Center.
IU's learning management system for grades, class materials, and online discussions.
Post an announcement to all students in a course.
Create and collect assignments in a variety of formats from individual students and groups.
Track student attendance in your Canvas course.
A tool that allows instructors to create blueprint courses and to associate their courses with the blueprint.
Lead or participate in live text chat within Canvas.
Create Google docs, sheets, or slides files and invite students to collaborate in them.
A learning object repository for storing, finding, importing, and sharing course materials.
Send and receive messages in Canvas.
View activity and performance statistics for entire course.
Lead or participate in online discussions involving the entire class or smaller groups.
Store, organize, preview, and control access to course-related files within Canvas.
The simple URL to login to Canvas via a desktop or laptop web browser and IU CAS credentials: canvas.iu.edu.
View and enter grades for students.
Digital spaces for groups of students to work together on projects or assignments.
Record brief video and audio messages for your students using your webcam and microphone.
Organize and sequence course content and activities.
Track students' mastery in a course.
Create multimedia content and educational resources with text, video, and links.
View and manage your Canvas course enrollment.
Check for student understanding and assess comprehension of course material with an option to provide real-time feedback.
Try out the new Canvas quizzing tool.
Create rubrics for grading quickly and consistently.
Upload SCORM packages into a course and use them as either graded or ungraded assignments.
Find templates, ideas, and tips for creating and enhancing Canvas courses.
Manage your Canvas courses on the go.
A large memory computer cluster configured to support high-performance, data-intensive computing for IU students, faculty, and staff.
CCI (Campus Communications Infrastructure) Tools (protected login)
A login service, no longer in use, that once gave access to multiple password-protected IU web systems.
Scans outbound messages from IU mail servers to external addresses and encrypts emails containing sensitive data.
Provides multimedia equipment and display devices, training, and support to those teaching in general purpose classrooms.
Assistance and information concerning advanced technology classrooms, training, and emergency support.
Deals by vendor, recommendations, and common questions.
For participants of IU-sponsored conferences, workshops, or special programs who need access to secure IU-owned computing resources.
A social learning environment for students to exchange ideas and contribute to conversations.
Transactional accounts tied to an IU student or employee's CrimsonCard
The official ID for all Indiana University campuses.
The website used to manage CrimsonAccounts, report a lost or stolen CrimsonCard, request a new card, and more.
Provides a heavily encrypted storage solution for critical data.
Combine SIS course sections into a single Canvas course.
Contact center solution for IU departments that have high call volume or need advanced call routing.
Performance data capacitor managed by High Performance File Systems.
Available for Data Center customers who wish to have their servers on a private IP space for security purposes.
Provides a fast, reliable, and efficient data management solution for IU's Intelligent Infrastructure (II) environment.
A large, high-speed data storage facility that lets researchers access and share remote data.
A central location for decision makers to access reports and dashboards with timely, relevant, and accurate information.
A project to provide timely, relevant, accurate data to facilitate better decision making.
IU and Dell have teamed up to offer Dell computers, electronics, and accessories at a discount to all IU students, faculty, and staff.
The network protocol that enables servers to automatically assign IP addresses to connected devices.
Used by faculty to organize, manage, and report on their activities and CV data for administrative annual reports.
Allows IU units to manage communications via digital signage solutions ranging from small touch screens to large outdoor displays.
Allows for direct deposit of funds into employee-designated bank accounts.
CrimsonCard for building access
UITS manages official IU domains.
Provides real-time anonymous feedback from students in Canvas.
A network protocol that enables a server to automatically assign an IP address to a computer.
Online training, tutorials, and compliance-driven education and awareness.
Offers courses to strengthen IU's technical knowledge infrastructure through technical staff self-development.
Create simple web-based forms, which can be routed for approval using the Kuali Enterprise Workflow engine.
Specific wireless service that allows students, faculty, and staff to access the Internet at participating institutions (including all IU campuses).
Allows faculty members to assemble, submit, and evaluate online portfolios for tenure review and promotion.
For employees (paid monthly) to submit and approve paid time off.
What you need to know about the accounts IU provides for all faculty, staff, and students.
Total Rewards, Payroll & Tax, Benefits, Paycheck Modeler, Savings Tool & Employee Information for IU employees.
An entity that issues digital certificates to computers joined to Active Directory Services.
Contains data from all major university enterprise systems for analysis and operational reporting.
A data repository that contains university data governance entity data from all enterprise data systems.
What’s happening on campus today, this week, and even next month.
Preserve academic integrity while administering online exams.
IU email, calendaring and scheduling, and other administrative activities for IU students, faculty, staff, and affiliates.
Manages multi-campus 24/7/365 technical support for IU executives and their immediate representatives, along with IUB and IUPUI UITS staff.
A quick start to IU's technology resources for teaching and research faculty.
Records and tracks technical support and customer service requests across IU.
Increase student engagement with real-time analytics of student responses.
Information on Geographic Information System (GIS) Services and Remote Sensing activities at Indiana University.
Indiana University hosts an enterprise installation of GitHub, available for use by IU students, faculty, staff, and their collaborators.
Provides H.323 name and/or E.164 number resolution to a specific IP address for IU videoconferencing.
Gmail at IU is a student email service that works seamlessly with other Google at IU apps such as Hangouts, Drive, and Calendar.
A URL shortening service for IU students, faculty, and staff.
Access to Google Apps such as Docs, Drive, Sites, and Sheets for IU students, faculty, and staff through your IU account.
Beginning January 31, 2019, you will no longer be able to create new Google at IU groupspaces.
Provides integration between Google Drive and learning management systems like Canvas.
Create, edit, and store documents collaboratively online.
Allows you to share files and collaborate from any device, with unlimited space.
Collect and organize information with a mobile-friendly online form.
Create and share notes, lists, and reminders.
Create, update, and modify spreadsheets collaboratively online.
Create and collaborate on websites and projects.
Create, edit, collaborate, and present from anywhere.
Guest accounts provide those with no formal affiliation to IU with limited access to certain applications and online services based on need.
Housing application to begin the process of contracting and applying for housing at Indiana University Bloomington.
A hierarchical file system to store and manage petabytes of data on disk and tape libraries in a cluster-based environment.
Used to manage the employment records, benefits, and payroll for all university employees.
Process employee-related personnel eDocs and update information in the PeopleSoft HRMS application.
Provides tools for identifying and removing blocks on accounts, and for monitoring login attempts for active personal and group computing accounts at IU.
Provides unlimited free SSL certificates to IU units.
Practice- and policy-oriented research on opportunity and equity in postsecondary education.
Website for IU Bloomington's Media School.
Computer help in a variety of formats.
A suite of services that offers remote access to the same high-performance and high-availability hardware and security devices UITS uses.
Virtualization service for Windows and Linux-based physical machines.
IU's enhanced tool for students to search and schedule courses.
Information and resources for using the IT Brand.
UITS liaison for community engagement, outreach, collaboration, and sustainable/green IT.
News from IT Communications about IU's advanced IT services and cyberinfrastructure.
Maintenance and outage announcements about IU computing systems, services, and applications.
A database containing information about campus IT Professionals and the departments they serve.
Provides training and support for IU's technology education needs.
Provides chat capability with Support Center consultants for 24/7 remote help with computer problems for IU students, faculty, staff, and affiliates.
IU uses Apple's iTunes U to make podcasts readily available to students, faculty, and staff.
Provides a user-friendly platform for faculty and staff who want to create their own individual or departmental blogs.
For freshmen and transfer students to IU Bloomington to formally accept IU's enrollment offer online.
IU's style guide for building and styling sites on the web, including guidelines and a pattern library with code snippets.
Students use this to view their bursar account and make payments.
Link your preferred storage and have on-the-go access to your ﬁles from campus computers and apps.
Develop your Canvas course using a template for your home page, syllabus, and more.
For student, faculty, staff, and departmental contact information for all IU campuses.
Allows teams in support of the Indiana University community to easily publish, organize, and access team/department information.
An agile issue management platform that allows teams to easily manage, track, and report issues throughout their life cycles.
IU's partnership with publishers to provide digital licensed access to titles at a significant discount.
Ordering for upcoming semesters begins September 2 and February 2 each year.
Delivers professional development and continuing education courses to the IU community and the general public.
Send and receive faxes via a web interface.
Visitors on all Indiana University campuses can use the free IU Guest wireless service to connect to the internet.
Manage mailing lists, create digests of messages, and maintain archives of past communications.
An app for iOS and Android that directs you to One.IU.
The website used by Parking staff to manage permits, citations, PARCs, and appeals.
The website used only by campus parking staff and campus appeal committee members to review and rule on parking appeals.
IU Parking Operations oversees parking, permits, and citations for all Indiana University campuses.
The website used purchase parking permits, register vehicles and to pay citations.
View, print, and export official photos and email addresses for everyone in your Canvas course.
A university-wide system for printing in Student Technology Centers from any device. It's also a managed print service for IU departments.
Admin tool owned by Leveraged Services.Student, faculty and staff account deposits and purchased balance lookup.
Used by departments to ensure they're prepared to re-start following an emergency.
Build and manage online surveys and databases in support of academic research through this secure, web-based application.
IU Search is for people who need to search through the many websites offered by Indiana University.
The wireless network for students, faculty, and staff.
The IU Security Center brings together a variety of tools you can use to keep your IU accounts safe.
Provides the IU community the ability to publish information for purposes related to the university's mission. IU Sitehosting is the replacement for Webserve.
Schedule of Classes for the IU Southeast campus.
Services supporting audio and video conferencing.
IU's WCMS is available at no charge to all IU units (faculty, staff, and student organizations with an administrative sponsor) on all campuses.
A set of familiar form options to create IU branded web pages.
Manages the distribution of updates that are released through Microsoft Update to computers in IU networks.
In case of a campus emergency, IU will send email, phone, and/or text notifications to students, faculty, and staff.
Users can run certain IU-licensed software from the web, without downloading it.
Find and access items held by the IU Libraries statewide, including books, recordings, and more.
A collection of reports, tools, and information through which IU provides access to institutional data.
Software distribution service for Indiana University students, faculty, and staff.
Use this cloud-based video management system for storing, publishing, and streaming videos, video collections, and other media.
Store your videos in your personal video repository and share within your Canvas course.
Create dynamic presentations and screencasts.
Automatically record and distribute class lectures.
Embed multiple choice questions within the Kaltura video experience.
Manage and organize your videos from anywhere.
IU's newest high-throughput computing cluster, designed to deliver large amounts of processing capacity over long periods of time.
UITS Research Technologies retired the Karst Desktop service on December 31, 2018.
Your resource for technologies for moving your class online.
Provides authenticated access for users and services, managed at IU through Active Directory.
Answers to questions about IT at IU.
A component content management system comprising the IU Knowledge Base, a web services API, and tools for editors and content owners.
An enterprise research administration system based on MIT's Coeus System.
A system for researchers to submit and update their Research-Related Conflict of Interest (COI) Disclosure Form.
IU's workflow engine that manages the creation, routing, and processing of electronic documents (eDocs) necessary to complete transactions.
A community-source software application system developed by and for higher education institutions to serve their financial software needs.
An enterprise-class middleware suite of integrated products and a reusable framework for developing true business functionality as modular applications.
Find additional information about ADS users.
A state-of-the-art technology and information center located on the first floor of the West Tower of the Herman B Wells Library.
Foster engagement and innovation with designs, systems, and support that expand IU's formal and informal classroom environments.
Like a regular desktop computer but with no operating system of its own.
Dedicated to a wide range of high-quality networked resources for scholars and students.
Broad-based server log monitoring in IT edge departments.
Receives outgoing mail messages from users and routes them to their intended recipients.
Provides tools for managing the maintenance, repair, and construction of facilities by IU facilities management departments.
Tracks and controls departmental printing, helps reduce waste and paper, and enables strategic data driven decisions.
Provides enrollment/cancellation/modification of campus-based dining plans, as well as account balances and transaction histories.
Expert opinions, facts, figures, photos, and video about UITS at IU.
This service is for individual web pages at Indiana University.
Web-based, self-paced e-learning courses on Microsoft software products at no cost.
Use your IU credentials to get the desktop version of Microsoft Office 2016 applications at no cost.
Part a suite of services offered by UITS Leveraged Services.
Online financial training required of all new students.
Supports innovative classroom design, research, and comprehensive support for all IU classrooms.
Manage your personal and group calendars.
Eliminates the need for individual departments to administer MySQL database instances on Webserve/IU Sitehosting.
Foster inclusion and community through an audio recording of a name's pronunciation.
Learn about news from all of Indiana University's campuses.
A pilot program for IT systems and tools that shape the way we engage, educate, and inspire students.
For enterprise document management at IU.
Find IU online services available to students, faculty, and staff.
For IU students to complete course evaluations online.
Secure access to your IU Exchange mailbox through a web browser—no email client necessary.
Use this tool if you have forgotten your Indiana University Network ID passphrase.
Requests for systems for payment card processing.
An internal tele-management and billing system.
An interactive educational system that complements textbooks published by Pearson Education.
For Technology Center Consulting staff to schedule and track trouble tickets.
Collaborate in an online discussion space focused on student problem-solving and peer support.
A leading provider of video-based online training available to IU students, faculty, staff, and affiliates at a discount.
Create and publish etexts, articles, and assignments in digital formats, including websites, PDFs, or ePUB files.
A cloud-based tool for surveys and analytics
Embed frequent, low-stakes assessments to gauge students’ understanding of course materials.
Provide learning tools for students, including flashcards, study, and game modes.
A list of rates for direct-bill services and reports on costs and quality of other UITS services.
Used to retrieve updates for devices using Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL).
Supports research-related databases and data-intensive applications that require databases.
A graphical desktop service for users with accounts on the Carbonate research supercomputer at IU.
Computing facilities located in all of the campus housing complexes at Indiana University Bloomington and at IUPUI's Ball Hall.
Create exams and assessments for import into Canvas.
Prevent students from accessing external resources during quizzes in Canvas.
View a report of when users were added or dropped from your Canvas course site.
Engage with prospective and enrolled students, faculty, staff, and other key constituents.
Build effective email, mobile, social, and web-based marketing campaigns.
For storing and accessing IU research data.
Training opportunities and resources to support IT Pros who maintain multiple departmental or campus systems at IU.
Physical rack space for departmental server equipment in the Data Centers, as a transition strategy towards standard UITS options.
A cloud-based, university-wide service, providing sites for team collaboration and content management.
A single sign-on federated identity system, maximizing user convenience and privacy.
Circulation management software used by IU Libraries.
Transfer final course grades from Canvas to SIS Grade Roster.
Helps instructors navigate to the FLAGS Performance Roster in SIS.
Map a network drive to your Webserve account and use it as if it's locally stored on your computer. Siteshare will be retired on June 1, 2020.
Bring voice, video, and data together in a unified communications platform.
Provides graduate students, faculty, and staff a way to share data with others via a web interface.
A quick start to IU's technology resources for staff members.
Learn about the statistical and mathematical applications available to IU students, faculty, and staff.
Information about planned changes, maintenance, outages, problems, and interruptions for IU computing systems, services, and applications.
Information about STC computer labs, software, adaptive technology center, and requests for service, lab reservations, and lab schedules.
Oracle/PeopleSoft provides IU with applications for its HRMS and SIS. These applications constitute the PeopleSoft environment at IU.
Administrative portal for SIS requiring Duo and IU Login.
Helps faculty and students become more comfortable with many of the new and most popular UITS technology services.
A global print environment implemented in many campus Student Technology Centers.
Campus computer labs with workstations and other IT services for IU students.
A quick start to IU's technology resources for students. Includes tech tips for hardware, software, IT systems at IU, and support.
View and process student eAdd and eDrop requests from within Canvas.
Locks down contents of a computer, external drive, or USB flash drive with PGP encryption.
The infrastructure component for Windows Device Management, a service that provides workstation system management and inventory at IU.
A cloud-based electronic portfolio platform that can be used to create career, showcase, and assessment portfolios, among others.
Discover ways to engage students using technologies for active and collaborative learning on every IU campus.
Learn to articulate your teaching philosophy and better serve students through this module series.
Find resources for building courses, enhancing instruction, and advancing teaching excellence.
Provides customer service in the IU Bloomington and IUPUI Student Technology Centers (STCs) and Residential Technology Centers (RTCs).
Your one-stop portal for IU-supported teaching and learning technologies.
Website for UITS Telecommunications, which maintains and administers data and voice networks at the IU Bloomington and IUPUI campuses.
Telephone services provided by UITS to all IU faculty and staff.
Students use third-party user access to grant parents and guardians access to their student information, like bursar bills, financial aid, and more.
Timesheets and attendance tracking for IU's hourly and biweekly staff.
Increase student engagement with real-time feedback via slides, questions, discussions, and polls.
Information on travel for IU faculty and staff.
Identify plagiarism and help students improve source citation, grammar, and quoting skills.
Two-factor authentication that provides an additional layer of security when you log into some IU systems.
Add a device or manage enrolled devices and their settings for Two-Step Login (Duo) authentication.
IU's two-factor authentication to verify logins through mobile apps, SMS, voice, or hardware tokens.
The process of communicating, coordinating, scheduling, and monitoring change to UITS resources.
An introduction to IT at IU for students, faculty, and staff.
Materials developed by IT Training are available to IU faculty, staff, and students at no charge in a PDF download.
Browse the IT Training catalog for no-cost learning opportunities.
Website for prospective UITS job applicants
Solutions for a variety of organizations affiliated with and within Indiana University.
Biweekly UITS newsletter with all the latest information on IT at IU.
Learn about the people and organizational structure behind IT at IU.
Email addresses, locations, and phone numbers for UITS staff.
The annual UITS user satisfaction survey.
Facilitates the creation of electronic versions of campus or school academic bulletins.
Develops, reviews, interprets, and provides education regarding policies about information and information technology.
Provides security analysis, development, education, and guidance related to Indiana University's information assets and information technology environment.
Develops and maintains a modern information technology environment throughout the university.
Explore new opportunities for research on teaching and learning, generated from learner data.
Connects IU East students online with tutors and access to 24/7 academic support.
Used to occasionally interrupt IU Login to prompt users to take a specific action, like to verify their contact information.
No-cost virtual rooms (also known as bridges) for faculty, staff, and guests to meet online.
Allows you to securely connect to IU's network from outside IU.
Transforms Windows- and Linux-based physical machines and third-party image formats into VMware virtual machines.
A learning tool for enhancing student engagement and online presence.
Security, vulnerability scanning, and server scanning.
Security, vulnerability scanning, and web application scanning.
Windows Device Management Service provides a framework that schools and departments can utilize to manage their Windows devices.
Serves a wide variety of web applications and other information system needs for departments on all IU campuses.
Wireless network infrastructure for students, faculty, and staff. Includes IU Secure for IU students, faculty, and staff, IU Guest for visitors, and eduroam for guests from fellow member institutions.
Video-sharing website to upload and watch online videos. Can be seamlessly integrated into Canvas courses by pasting the URL into the rich content editor.
Zoom is a web collaboration tool available to all IU students, faculty, and staff.