Check out these campus IT resources

By | August 30, 2017

A student holds a 'Help' sign amid piles of textbooks

Check out these campus IT resources

The amount of information accessible to the U-M community is staggering. We’ve gathered some of the most helpful technology resources on campus to bookmark and share with colleagues as they return to campus.

Download HTML bookmarks for the websites listed below (.ZIP file hosted on U-M Box)

Campuswide resources

Flint & Dearborn campuses

  • UM-Dearborn’s IT Services provides support for enterprise applications, campus infrastructure, instructional and administrative equipment, as well as consulting for other technical services.
  • UM-Flint’s IT Services provides a wide range of computing, data networking, classroom technology, multimedia, and web services.

By unit or school

  • Architecture and Urban Planning: Computing Resources make IT easily accessible to current and incoming students and the Taubman community.
  • Business: Ross’s IT Main Page provides a comprehensive suite of technology and support.
  • Dentistry: Dental Informatics uses technology to advance health through education, service, research, and discovery.
  • Education: The Office of Information Technology (SOE-IT) works with MiWorkspace Neighborhood IT to provide first-rate IT services to SOE faculty, staff, and students.
  • Engineering: CAEN (Computer Aided Engineering Network) offers a KnowledgeBase full of tech FAQs.
  • Environment and Sustainability: The IT office provides technology recommendations to students as well as instructions to access SEAS file services.
  • Information: The UMSI Computing staff support high-quality research and education with the latest in technological services and support.
  • Law: The LawITS website provides information about the department and its services, including printing, laptop exams, online classifieds, and more.
  • LSA: Their Getting Started Guide provides an overview to the IT resources and services available.
  • Medicine: Health Information Technology & Services offers a Get Help page, a Help Me Now walk-in service, and numerous self-help resources in its KnowledgeBase wiki.
  • Public Health: Instructional & Computing Services provides networking, IT, classroom services, and instructional services. See its specific request forms to get started.
  • Social Work: Computing Resources include a site with ten Windows workstations, seven email-only stations, printing, and more. (Also see ITS’s general Campus Computing Sites.)

Know of any other IT resources or services on campus? Leave a comment below.