Your IU passphrase provides access to all your IU accounts, like IU Login, email, Canvas, and One.IU. In accordance with IU Policy, you should not share your passphrase with anyone, including (but not limited to) your parents, roommates, friendly acquaintances, will-they/won’t-they style love interests, and archenemies. You can grant parents or guardians third-party access so they can pay your bursar bill though.
Join IU Libraries for International Open Access Week, October 23-27. Hybrid events will highlight scholarly visibility, open access publishing funding support, and OA book and journal publishing. A community-building reception will be held Friday, Oct. 27 at 3:30pm.
Phishing emails are scams that seem to come from a trusted source but trick you into giving up private information or taking risky actions. Even with IU’s sophisticated security measures, you are still the best defense against phishing emails.
Turning a standard PDF file into an accessible one can be daunting at first. But IU has multiple resources on creating accessible PDF and PDF-like content. For example, turning an existing PDF file accessible is a great option for those with access to the PDF source file.
Alternatively, Pressbooks is a great choice for hosting a wide variety of materials for both public and private distribution, including handbooks, newsletters, reports, and instructional materials.
The events calendar on Teaching.IU brings together upcoming events from contributors like IT Training, campus teaching and learning centers, the Faculty Academy on Excellence in Teaching (FACET), and Diversity, Equity, and Multicultural Affairs (DEMA).