Information Technology looks forward to an exciting year and strives to unburden your technology experience in the coming months.
Information Technology employs several guiding thoughts to help students, faculty, and staff as they pilot through their busy days. Simply stated, these guiding thoughts are about providing abundant digital assets and making your interactions with those materials uncomplicated and straightforward. As an organization, we aspire to avoid overly complex technologies that are difficult to access, while making sure our students and faculty are richly empowered with the right digital materials.
This fall, we are applying our guiding thoughts to the IT website by reimagining it around the services you seek and the technology questions you have. We hope this approach will be an easier and more direct path to getting answers. We welcome your comments and suggestions for further improvement.
Being connected, no matter where you travel in the world, is expected by our students and faculty. To that end, Ball State University has joined a number of progressive institutions of higher education across the globe by integrating our network with participating university networks. This worldwide higher education network is called "eduroam." As part of the eduroam partnership, you may enter your Ball State email address and password on any member campus throughout the world and access that institution's network—no more guest accounts when you visit Indiana University, Purdue, Notre Dame, or selected universities in 54 countries!
Universities Libraries continues to provide a wide variety of digital content for learning, instruction, and research. Currently libraries have amassed more than 500,000 digital assets and that number grows monthly. These digital assets are available 24/7 for student and faculty use. Visit the University Libraries website to explore all it has to offer.
There is so much more happening in Information Technology. Visit the IT website to stay informed and learn about new opportunities and discoveries as they become available.
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