Technology Services collaborates with departments and other units to design, install, and support teaching and presentation equipment in campus locations.
Technology Services provides and supports teaching and presentation equipment in general assignment classrooms. Free technology training and help is available for students, faculty, staff, and visitors.
Technology Services maintains a number of computer labs across campus, sometimes referred to as Instructional Computing Services (ICS) Labs. General use computer labs provide reliable computer and printing access to students, faculty, and staff. Classroom labs also provide instructors with reliable computer access, current software, on-site help, audiovisual equipment, and collaboration stations.
Digital Signage Services provides resources, oversight and planning of activities related to the deployment, management and utilization of digital signage technologies.
Emergency phones provided throughout campus are programmed to dial directly into Public Safety. These locations include kiosk phones, elevator phones, and areas of refuge.
Field Consulting provides University departments, administrative units, colleges, and research facilities with expertise in supporting, implementing, administering, configuring, and replacing hardware and networks. Field Consultants are contracted on a yearly basis.
In the event of a campus emergency, Illini-Alert sends email and text messages, posts to Facebook and Twitter and triggers the Emergency Web Alert System for University websites.
IlliniSpaces is an application designed to help students find campus study spaces that meet specific criteria. It is currently available as mobile-optimized web application that can be accessed from any desktop computer or mobile device.
Infrastructure installation and maintenance manages data and voice cabling, wireless access points, security cameras, digital signage and Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) within and between campus buildings.
Iris is a web application which enables IT professional network administrators to manipulate network switch ports, and to record which jack is patched to each port.
Locating Services identifies and marks all copper and fiber cables that run outside underground and between buildings on campus for voice and data services.
The Network Infrastructure Access Service provides and controls access to Technology Services physical network infrastructure locations, such as CER's and Telecommunications closets for IT Pros, Technology Services personnel, F&S, and contractors.
For a fee, OnSite Consulting provides students, current or retired faculty and staff, and university departments with the ability to hire a student technician to repair computers anywhere in the Champaign-Urbana area.
Consultation for the design, engineering, and installation of data and voice communications infrastructure for campus building projects.
A fee based service available to students, faculty, and staff to print documents in computer labs or online.
A contracted service to provide printing services on behalf of a department.
RightFax allows faculty and staff to create, send, receive, and manage faxes directly from a desktop computer.
FAST3 technology training provides opportunities for faculty, staff, students, and members of the community to acquire technology skills and knowledge through special events with industry experts, online training, or scheduled classes, featuring hands-on exercises and trainers with real-world experience.
Students, faculty and staff can use their Illinois credentials to get wired access to the campus network from enabled Ethernet jacks.
The campus wireless network provides network connectivity for wireless devices such as laptops, tablets and phones.