From printing to your paycheck, IU has a wide range of resources to help you discover answers and solutions to your work and tech questions. You’ll find information about accessibility issues, software downloads, and training sessions you can complete on your own or integrate into a course.
Serving the IU community and supporting tech
IU’s technology services help you with tasks as simple as accessing a building, or as complex as rethinking a course in terms of accessibility.
- Assistive Technology & Accessibility Centers (ATAC)
Learn how to use technology to provide equal access and an inclusive environment for your students, ensuring they meet their full potential.
Available on any device, One.IU brings an app store experience to finding what you need at IU, from HR information to academic calendars.
- Accessibility at IU
Accessibility services for faculty, staff, and students.
The official ID for all Indiana University campuses.
Specific wireless service that allows students, faculty, and staff to access the Internet at participating institutions (including all IU campuses).
Users can run certain IU-licensed software from the web, without downloading it.
Software distribution service for Indiana University students, faculty, and staff.
Find help for your technology issues, classes to further your knowledge, or ways to contribute to your local community.
- IT Training
Learn a new tech skill to build your CV or just make your work more efficient, or request a session for your class or group on popular tools and services.
- Knowledge Base
The IU Knowledge Base (KB) is home to thousands of answers to common questions about computing at IU. If you're a do-it-yourselfer, search the Knowledge Base for current answers to tech questions.
A general information question-and-answer service for any IU-related queries.
- IT Community Partnerships
UITS liaison for community engagement, outreach, collaboration, and sustainable/green IT.
- Teaching and Learning Centers
Discover ways to engage students using technologies for active and collaborative learning on every IU campus.