By joining the University of Illinois, new students have access to amazing services, all for free or at sharply reduced cost.
Exchange is a collection of collaborative applications used by faculty, staff and graduate students for email, calendaring, task lists, and voicemail.
Google Apps @ Illinois is a suite of communication and productivity applications that provides email, online document collaboration, file storage, chat, and calendar services to University of Illinois faculty, staff, and students.
In the Molecular Me course taught by University of Illinois Professor Jeff Moore, students learn about genetics by using cutting-edge software to analyze their own individual genetic code.
The semester is almost over! Several of our student employees are getting ready to graduate and take on the world. Be sure to congratulate our talented team members on their accomplishments when you see them around campus.
Are you scrambling to find a comfortable place to study on Reading Day?
Look no further than IlliniSpaces, a new app developed by Technology Services and the University Library. Students are able to find and preview over 100 campus spaces, all from their desktops, tablets, or phones.
In the week leading up to finals, IlliniSpaces already has over 6,500 visitors who have viewed the app more than 8,000 times.
Learn about what University of Illinois technologies and opportunities are available to students after they graduate.
Technology Services at Illinois is here to help students, faculty and staff connect with the technologies that they need.
Outside attacks against U of I networks drop from 900,000 to 50,000 per month thanks to the Black Hole Router.