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UITS Monitor: Student Tech Guide

Tech tips and tricks for a great semester

Monitor newsletter Jan 10, 2024
Tech tips for students

UITS News for January 10, 2024

Find the tech you need in the Student Tech Guide

Welcome to a new semester! For all your tech and tech support questions, check out the IU Student Tech Guide, a one-stop shop for everything from securing your mobile device, connecting gaming systems to IU PublicNet, and printing like a boss.

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Duo will soon require a 3-digit code

On February 13, IU will enable Duo Verified Push for IU Login and many other apps. This added security measure has the option to remember a trusted device for 30 days. When you log in, you will see a three-digit number to enter into the Duo Mobile app to approve the push.

Duo Verified Push instructions

Apply for student supercomputing fellowship

This advanced cyberinfrastructure (ACI) program is an opportunity for undergrad and grad students to gain the skills, knowledge, and experience needed to leverage ACI in their existing research projects. The program includes project consulting, networking opportunities, and a $1,000 stipend. UITS Research Technologies will accept up to ten student fellows.

Application deadline has passed

If it seems flawed, it could be fraud

Your job offer might be a scam. Criminals are targeting college students with fake job offers that aim to steal money or personal information. Do not respond to anything you suspect to be fraudulent, instead report it to phishing@iu.edu.

Protect yourself

Women & Tech Summit proposals due next week

Submit your summit proposal for our 10th Annual Women & Technology Summit by January 16, 2024. Summit breakout sessions are designed to accommodate various formats, including interactive workshops, panel discussions, training sessions, information sharing, and more.

Submit your proposal

Earn a stipend to learn about teaching with IU’s supercomputers

This advanced cyberinfrastructure (ACI) program is an opportunity for faculty to learn to integrate advanced cyberinfrastructure tools into their curriculum and work with students. The program includes one-on-one consultations to develop educational materials for fall 2024 and a $2,000 stipend.

UITS Research Technologies will accept up to five faculty fellows.

Application deadline has passed

Request training for your group or class

Does your office or class need new tech skills? You’re in luck! IT Training provides custom training sessions for IU groups and classes of five or more. Accelerate academic and career goals by learning more about Microsoft and Adobe applications, Microsoft Teams, storage, and more!

Request a training session

Keep your mobile device secure

Although the use of mobile devices has fostered increased convenience and productivity, the information stored on and accessed from them are at a greater risk of inappropriate exposure due to loss or theft. Therefore, IU policy states you must secure any device used to access, store, or manipulate institutional data.

Learn how to protect IU data

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