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UITS Monitor: IU Mobile

UITS news for July 13, 2022

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IU Mobile updates you requested

You asked for it. You got it. IU Mobile offers new features you requested:

  • Class schedule on your Home screen
  • Add your favorite tools to your Home screen
  • Find buildings, parking, and buses on your interactive campus map
  • Find everything on the All IU Mobile tab

More updates are in the works, including expanded athletics info, guided tours, and scavenger hunts.

See the new IU Mobile features and send us your feedback >

Phishing scam offers part-time work as trick to get your data

Beware of a phishing scam targeting students, faculty, and staff claiming to offer part-time work or internship opportunities. The University Information Security Office says the scam tricks you to give your IU login credentials or provide a payment.

These recent messages may originate from legitimate IU.edu email addresses. Be on alert and do not respond to these emails.

More on how to protect yourself against phishing >

 

UITS experts answer your Google storage questions

Changes are coming to Google storage by the end of 2022. If you have questions about what to do with your data, drop in to a weekly coffee hour to talk with UITS experts. 

When: Wednesdays at 10am ET

Where: Virtually, via this link

Find out more in the Google Storage FAQ in the KB, or contact your IT Pro or the UITS Support Center. 

Learn more about changes to Google storage >

 

Develop research skills, earn credit, and build your resume

First- and second-year women are encouraged to apply now for the 2022-23 Emerging Scholars Research Experience for Undergraduate Women program at the Center of Excellence for Women & Technology. All majors are encouraged to apply.

Emerging Scholars Research Experience for Undergraduate Women >

 

New Faculty invited to explore IU technology options

Speed Dating with Learning Technologies encourages participants to date a range of potential technology tools and services, gaining exposure to a lot of resources within a short period of time.

Participants at the July 28 event will have nine minutes to speed date a specific tool or service. Each Zoom breakout room will feature a resource and matchmakers (presenters).

Learn more and register for Speed Dating with Learning Technologies >

 

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