Video, Voice, & Multimedia

Technology Services collaborates with departments and other units to design, install, and support teaching and presentation equipment in campus locations.

Centrex is being retired. We are no longer accepting requests to install new Centrex lines. 
 
Centrex utilizes traditional copper line technologies to provide telephony services to campus and is primarily used for emergency phones.
 
Technology Services is retiring the Centrex service. Requests to install new Centrex lines are no longer accepted pending the planned Centrex retirement.

Digital Signage Services provides resources, oversight and planning of activities related to the deployment, management and utilization of digital signage technologies.

eText is a digital book textbook platform that can embed multimedia, notes, and assignments directly into a digital textbook. eText content can be used with any computer, tablet, or phone. All content is accessible to students with visual and hearing impairments.

Technology Services Software Services provides a web-based storefront for the purchase of campus eText offerings. Questions or issues regarding the purchase of eTexts may be directed to the WebStore at webstore@illinois.edu. Questions regarding the use or support of eTexts should be directed to eText@illinois.edu.

Kaltura is a media hosting platform that allows students, faculty, and staff to share multimedia within a secure campus environment. Content can be shared with the world or restricted to specific users by NetID. The Kaltura platform allows for a self-service YouTube like interface, and offers integrated screen and webcam recording. Illinois Media Spaces, a campus media sharing platform, is powered by Kaltura. Kaltura is integrated with Compass 2G and Learn@Illinois, allowing you to use the same interface and see media you own across campus platforms.

Skype for Business or Lync are applications that allow graduate students, faculty and staff to make and forward phone and video calls, send instant messages, participate in video conferences and group chats through their computers. Skype for Business or Lync can also deliver voicemail as an email and integrates with Exchange so that Skype meetings show up on calendars.  

Mobile Device Management allows campus units to purchase IOS and MacOS applications from the App Store and install them on unit-owned and personally-owned phones and tablets without violating state policies. This service also allows the configuration of security and other policies on devices to asssit a user in configuration.

Consultation for the design, engineering, and installation of data and voice communications infrastructure for campus building projects.

The Security Camera service is a partnership with Campus Public Safety to design, install, manage, and support network-based security cameras with the goal of improving public safety.
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