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UITS Monitor: Map your graduation path with iGPS

UITS news for June 15, 2022

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Map your graduation path with iGPS

Make a plan to graduate on time with help from iGPS, IU’s interactive graduation planning system.

Chart your path through college by working with Degree Maps that follow pathways through a particular major. The maps are flexible, representing one way, but not the only way, to complete a degree.

To get started, go to One.IU.edu and search for iGPS Plan (Student).

For more on iGPS >

Dell’s Back to School offer includes $100-200 gift card

Dell’s IU Back to School offer is now live. Receive a $100 Dell eGift Card on laptops $799 - $1,398 or a $200 Dell eGift Card on laptops $1,399+. 

Each recommended laptop includes three to four years of in-home/on-site warranty with Accidental Damage Service.

Shop Dell devices >

Attention: first- and second-year women  

Applications open July 1 for the 2022-23 Emerging Scholars Research Experience for Undergraduate Women. All majors are encouraged to apply. Develop research skills and build your resume in a supportive, collaborative environment.

Emerging Scholars Research Experience for Undergraduate Women >

Do the Two-Step with Duo Universal Prompt

On July 12, IU is upgrading the Two-Step Login (Duo) to Duo Universal Prompt. The update will require the Push authentication (with some exceptions like hardware tokens). Options for Call Me or Entering a Passcode via text (SMS) will be removed.

The upgrade will make logging in to IU systems simpler and will further protect the IU community from advanced phishing attacks.

Learn more about Duo Universal Prompt at IU >

Enhanced Exchange security measures rollout

The university-wide upgrade to Modern authentication for Exchange email is going through a slower rollout than initially announced. The IU community will receive direct communication when your account is scheduled to update. Some of you may need to remove the email account profile and re-add the account profile on your devices.

This security enhancement is happening because Microsoft is ending basic authentication and will require multifactor authentication instead.

Go here if you get the message from iu.edu that your email access has been blocked >

See you at IU Kokomo on June 24

The June 24 Teach, Play, Learn conference is your opportunity to learn about game-based teaching and learning.

Hear from keynote speaker Dr. Ted Castronova, from the Media School at IU Bloomington, about how to play your life the way you play games—with a single-minded hunt for the best moves.

Go to the travel page for info about IU Kokomo and hotels.

Register to attend the Teach, Play, Learn conference >

A $5,000 stipend to help develop new tech solutions at IU

The Next.IU eLearning Innovation Faculty Fellowship provides opportunities for IU instructors to work with learning technology professionals to explore and develop new tech solutions that support student success. No deep tech expertise required—we’ll provide that. We’re looking for innovative faculty and your ideas.

The year-long program includes a $5,000 stipend and is open to full-time faculty from any IU campus.

Learn more and submit a Next.IU idea today >

New IU org chart tool

IU’s new org chart tool generates up-to-date, interactive organizational charts. Find it at One.IU.edu and in your Employee Center (your IU login is required) or search for IU org chart.

An FAQ answers your questions and also shares some tips and step-by-step instructions, including how to print org charts or save them as a PDF using the print dialog.

Go to the new IU org chart tool >

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