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UITS Monitor: Grubhub now accepting CrimsonCash

Monitor newsletter Oct 6, 2021
GRUBHUB now accepting CrimsonCash. No delivery fees with GRUBHUB.

UITS news for October 6, 2021

Grubhub now accepting CrimsonCash off campus

Access to Grubhub+ means no delivery fees.

It’s official. Grubhub now accepts CrimsonCash as payment, giving all CrimsonCard holders access to more than 280,000 restaurants in 4,000+ U.S. cities. Even better, once you affiliate with your IU campus and add CrimsonCash as a payment option, you’ll get access to Grubhub+, which means no delivery fees! Be on the lookout for an email from Grubhub along with a $10 Grubhub perk.

Here’s how to get started…

  1. Download the Grubhub app and create an account
  2. Tap Account > Campus Dining > Select your specific IU campus
  3. Add CrimsonCash as a payment option by clicking > Payment > Add new Payment
  4. Order and enjoy your food!

Employees can make a CrimsonCash deposit by authorizing a recurring deduction from each paycheck to be deposited into their CrimsonCash account (Payroll Prepay) or by using a credit/debit card. Employees can also enroll in Payroll Advance, allowing purchases to be made with the CrimsonCard (up to a certain limit). Those purchases are then deducted from the employee’s next paycheck. Terms and conditions apply. 

Once you’re set up with Grubhub, make sure funds are in your CrimsonCash account.

More details about Grubhub and CrimsonCash

UITS Support Center and Tier 2 Support job openings

Full- and part-time positions are posted.

Are you a tech-savvy enthusiast who enjoys helping people?  The UITS Support Center and Tier 2 Support have several job opportunities available: search for the following Job ID numbers.

  • Job ID 296884 Part-Time Support Center Consultant
  • Job ID 295331 Computer Assistant (IT User Support Technician)
  • Job ID 296879 Computer Coordinator (IT User Support Technician)
  • Job ID 296778 Overnight PA Supervisor (IT User Support Technician)
  • Job ID 296898 Part-Time Health Technology Services Phone Support Consultant

Apply at

e-Merse yourself. Get the Digital Survival Skills e-Badge

The e-badge is offered by the Center of Excellence for Women & Technology.

Digital literacy is important, according to 97 percent of employers. Complete the Digital Survival Skills e-Badge and earn valuable credentials that validate your abilities and use of basic technologies.

The e-Badge, offered by the Center of Excellence for Women & Technology, helps you discover your digital strengths and weaknesses, build your digital competencies, and develop a convincing story about your skills.

Display your badges on your LinkedIn Profile and personal website or to future employers.

Learn more about earning your Digital Survival Skills e-Badge

New location for IU’s ADA-related content

The website has information on accommodations for parking, service animals, and more.

IU offers numerous resources for students, employees, and visitors with disabilities who might need additional assistance while attending, visiting, and/or working for the university.

Visit the new location of the content for Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) at IU to learn more about requesting or providing accommodations, parking and transportation, and service animals on campus.

Visit IU’s new accessibility website location

Researchers: Advance science with IU’s new open access data repository

Attend a brown-bag lunch on DataCORE as part of IU Libraries’ Open Access Week.

Join IU Libraries for a virtual brown-bag lunch to learn about DataCORE, IU Libraries’ new institutional access data repository. Join us via Zoom on Oct. 20, 12-1pm.

Open access is the free, immediate, online availability of research articles, educational material, and data, coupled with the rights to use these articles fully in the digital environment. In support of the IU Bloomington Open Access Policy, IU Libraries offers open access publishing in IUScholarWorks, and now, data, making research materials freely available to readers around the world, regardless of affiliation. 

Learn more and attend the Oct. 20 DataCORE brown-bag lunch

Protect your research from cybercriminals

SecureMyResearch aims to make cybersecurity easier for researchers.

When you need to make sure your research is safe and compliant, but aren’t sure how, SecureMyResearch can help. We’ve already helped 400 researchers from 75 departments protect their research.

Designed for researchers who are not cybersecurity experts, SecureMyResearch offers a cookbook full of “recipes” for common research use cases. Enter keywords related to what you hope to accomplish, and the cookbook will return a list of recipes. Each recipe provides step-by-step instructions to help you secure your data.

If self-service isn’t your style, SecureMyResearch also offers no-cost, one-on-one consulting. And if you need something that IU doesn’t offer, we can help you get what you need. Simply email us at

Check out your research cybersecurity options

There’s a new Teaching.IU

Think of it as a gateway to IU’s best resources for teaching and learning.

Explore evidence-based, inclusive approaches in Teaching Resources. Hone your skills with Professional Development. Seek inspiration from instructors across IU in Teaching Stories. Browse IU’s wide selection of learning technologies in Tool Finder.

Even the calendar brings together upcoming events from a range of contributors like IT Training, campus teaching and learning centers, the IU Office of the Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Multicultural Affairs, and the Faculty Academy on Excellence in Teaching (FACET). 

Explore the new Teaching.IU site

New: Flat-rate pricing for Pearson eTexts

Plan your spring courses with significant student savings.

Instructors: standalone eTexts from Pearson’s Higher Education catalog are now available for flat-rate pricing of $23.31. This pricing is only available when materials are ordered via IU eTexts.

Most significantly, Pearson pricing is available for every IU course. In spring 2021, across all nine IU campuses, eTexts were used by more than 1,400 instructors in 3,500+ classes, saving students $7 million off list prices.  

IU eTexts benefit students through significant discounts, Canvas integration before the first day of class, in-text engagement with students and instructors, bursar billing covered by all forms of financial aid, and a liberal refund policy. Submit your orders for spring in the IU eTexts Portal in One.IU before students begin enrolling for next semester.

Learn more about IU eTexts

Microsoft Teams training coming to IU

Virtual training sessions to be provided by Microsoft staff.

Do you have questions about working in Microsoft Teams? Would you like to make your experience using Teams better? Starting mid-October, a training group from Microsoft will be presenting virtual training sessions just for IU users.

Over the course of four weeks, you’ll get guided training in aspects of Teams, including the basics, meetings, project management, and storage. You’ll also be able to ask questions during the sessions and have access to the recording following each session.

Register for Microsoft Teams training

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