Author: Mag ShouMag is a student employee with Technology Services. She is a senior at Illinois majoring in Communications. Stephen Butler hiking in the
U of I IT and CIO Mairéad Martin were recognized as industry leaders by EdScoop.
Technology Services and CITL collaborate to add cybersecurity literacy to slate of courses.
Illinois Media Space has reached one million enrollments. With the increasing importance of technology in education, platforms like Media Space have become integral to the learning process. Read more about how Media Spaces serves Illinois education.
Campus Wi-Fi, known more commonly as IllinoisNet, has come a long way—and it is still improving. Technology Services is constantly hard at work to ensure campus networking functions at its best. Read about some updates that happened this past year to make IllinoisNet the best it can be.
When an Illinois instructor needs help with Canvas, they call eLearning Specialist Lindsey Sharp to solve the problem.
College is a time to prepare for the future. How do personal social media accounts play into that?
Technology Services provides a number of essential campus services to support the university’s mission. These metrics showcase the impact some of the services the organization provides.
There are only a few things Shawn Flaningam has never experienced, and being a NASCAR firefighter is not one of them. Neither is having a day job as a Technology Services Wi-Fi Network Engineer.
With the help of around 350 people in different groups across campus, over 21,000 university accounts were transitioned from Skype for Business to Microsoft Teams as a result of the Skype-to-Teams Transition project this summer.
Julian Chin If Julian Chin could share a meal with anyone—fictional or not—she would eat with the elderly (fictional) sleuth Miss Jane Marple. The hero
Visit Tech Points with any Tech or software questions you have. Tech Points is held August 21-23 from 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM at Main Library, Illini Union, and CIF.