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UITS Monitor: Use CrimsonCash and save $10 on Grubhub delivery

Use CrimsonCash and save $10 on your next Grubhub delivery

Offer good through Oct. 24 on orders of $12 or more.

Grubhub and CrimsonCard have teamed up to offer $10 off your next delivery order now through Oct. 24 on orders of $12 or more. Use code IUFALL21 to take advantage of the promotion.

Now that Grubhub accepts CrimsonCash as payment, CrimsonCard holders have access to more than 280,000 restaurants in 4,000+ U.S. cities. And once you affiliate with your IU campus and add CrimsonCash as a payment option, you’ll get access to Grubhub+, which means no delivery fees!

Once you’re set up with Grubhub, make sure funds are in your CrimsonCash account.

Get started with Grubhub and CrimsonCash >

Zoom updates ensure security and privacy

Download the latest Zoom release prior to Nov. 1 to avoid service disruption.

After Nov. 1, all Zoom users will be prompted to update their software if their version falls behind a nine-month window. This change helps ensure that you receive the latest Zoom features, as well as any privacy and security enhancements to the platform.

Upgrading to the latest Zoom release prior to Nov. 1. ensures you have access to the latest security and functionality features. 

Upgrade to the latest Zoom release >

Learn about tech careers from IU professionals

No-cost, virtual panel takes place Friday, Nov. 5 from 1 to 2:30pm.

Are you interested in exploring a career in technology? IU’s IT staff will discuss careers in areas such as 3D printing, virtual reality, client support services, networks, streaming software services like IUanyWare, health technologies and services, and instructional technology.

Professional staff will share about typical day-to-day projects, required skills and certifications, career trajectories, and advice for students interested in pursuing similar careers.

UITS and the LiFT Scholarship Program have partnered to sponsor the Nov. 5 session.

Register for the no-cost, virtual IT career panel >

Center of Excellence for Women and Tech offers numerous fall events

Halloween themes include Spooktacular 3D printing, game night, and Pumpkin and pitches.

Halloween-themed events at the Center of Excellence for Women and Technology begin Oct. 21 with 3D printing and design spooky activities and Jack-o’-lantern making. Oct. 22 is Halloween game night featuring food, board games, and a costume contest. On Oct. 26, paint a pumpkin and learn how to effectively pitch a product.

Additional fall activities include personal branding on Oct. 21, alumnae networking on Oct. 26, and a networking happy hour on Oct. 27. For faculty, attend virtual coffee and conversation on Nov. 3.

Go here for a full line-up of Women and Tech fall events >

IU Libraries celebrates Open Access Week

IU students and faculty are invited to attend two hybrid events.

IU Libraries is joining the international celebration of Open Access Week, Oct. 25-31. Faculty and students are invited to two educational events that will help protect your privacy and intellectual freedom.

On Oct. 22, in an online and in-person event at the Wells Library, learn how research platforms are now part of larger data analytics systems, and what that means for privacy and intellectual freedom. Sarah Lamdan, a professor at the CUNY School of Law, will also discuss ways to do research without being subjected to surveillance. Register for “Your Journals are Spying on You: Research Surveillance in Library Products”.

On Oct. 26, three members of the up//root open access publishing collective editorial team will discuss an approach to peer review that offers contributors and reviewers agency in the process. Register for “Peer Review as Relationship.”

Sign up for IU Libraries events >

Faculty: Microsoft Teams training underway

Sign up now to be trained by Microsoft staff.

Do you have questions about working in Microsoft Teams? Would you like to make your experience using Teams better? A training group from Microsoft is presenting virtual training sessions just for IU users.

During these sessions, you’ll get guided training in aspects of Teams including meetings, project management, and storage. You’ll also be able to ask questions during the sessions and have access to the recordings.

Register for Microsoft Teams training >