Editor's Picks

Technology

  • Don't get hooked

    Protect yourself and colleagues from email phishing scams by following this advice from university IT officials.

  • Making the switch

    Have you considered using Canvas, IU's next-generation teaching and learning technology platform?

  • 'Tis the season

    Whether you’re online or in line, IU cybersecurity expert Fred H. Cate offers a few tips to help keep you safe this holiday season.

  • Digital world

    IU Northwest's Jie Wang researches how to analyze big data in a multi-dimensional space.

  • Big data

    The IU School of Informatics and Computing has announced a new master’s degree in the rapidly expanding field of data science.

  • Virtual classroom

    IU Northwest will offer the state's first K-12 online certificate to teach Web-based courses, beginning January 2015.

  • Start your engines

    Don't miss IUPUI's annual Motorsports Day on Oct. 9.

  • Read all about it

    You can download a new software designed to assist people with reading and writing online and when using digital files.

  • Wired classroom

    The IU Office of Online Education is seeking proposals from faculty across the university to develop large-scale online gateway courses.

  • Canvas

    Find out about IU's new learning management system replacing Oncourse and how to use it.

  • Out with the old

    The Cyrus Webmail system will be discontinued on Feb. 2, 2015. Employees using Cyrus Webmail as their main account are eligible for Exchange email accounts.

  • 'Oracle of Tech'

    IU Knowledge Base has a new, mobile-friendly design featuring improved search capabilities and integration with IU systems.

  • 'Public Health & You'

    IU School of Public Health-Bloomington has launched a new program aimed at enhancing the knowledge and skills of Indiana's front-line public health workers.

  • Proactive policing

    An IU Northwest center works to engage the campus and the community in partnerships with police that support the community.

  • Data detectives

    A School of Informatics and Computing researcher is using network science to fight crime.

  • Heartbleed security flaw

    IU employees are advised to take action to protect both personal and institutional information recently made vulnerable.

  • IU Secure

    Still using "attwifi" to connect online while on campus? IU employees can use the speedier, safer IU Secure.

  • Digital lab

    IU expertise and technology will support a new research institute designed to spur U.S. economic growth.

  • Kuali Time

    Are you an IU employee who approves time sheets? Kuali Time implementation is scheduled for Sunday, Feb. 23.

  • 3-D Printers 101

    Victor Soon, an electrical engineer at the IU School of Medicine, built a 3-D printer that creates a tangible form of an object, one layer at a time.