The Technology 'n' Training service of ITS-Educational Technology that provides free computer workshops for UNI faculty. Most workshops are held a week or two weeks before classes start in the fall and spring semesters as well as during the summers. Please click on the Faculty Workshop Calendar link below to see a list of workshops that are coming up and to register. For more information call us at 273-2309, email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or stop by room 120 in the ITTC building!
These tools allow you to interact with your students outside of the classroom and office hours. You can record your lecture live for students to review at their convenience with either the Accordant Capture Stations or with Panopto. Online office hours are now a possibility with Adobe Connect. Click on the links below to find out more about each product.
Faculty who use true-false or multiple choice examinations for their classes will find Test Scoring Services to be a valuable time saver. The attached documents describe our standard service and briefly outlines the procedures for having exams scored and analyzed.
The mission of the UNI Voice Services is to provide quality telecommunications services in a cost-effective manner, and to research and implement new technologies which complement the ongoing primary functions of the university.
It is our intention to provide basic information regarding telecommunication services applicable to the entire university. The information will provide users the basic tools to place a request with UNI Voice Services, or to contact appropriate parties or access appropriate information for further assistance if necessary.
Web Hosting is provided by ITS-Network Services. The UNI web cluster supports content management systems such as Drupal and Wordpress. Users can request empty webspace or a Drupal install by filling out this form and sending it to the Computer Consulting Center in ITTC.
Windows Infrastruture systems services, etc.
Windows update server is provided to control deployment of updates to managed windows computers on campus
Wired networking is comprised of managing campus LAN and WAN connectivity. Including routers, switches, vlans, network authentication, all campus data network connectivity, VOIP infrastructure, network monitoring and response.