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Information Technology Services (ITS) advances the mission of UIS by ensuring reliable core systems and network infrastructure, excellent technology support, and promoting and assisting technology integration into the curriculum and business processes.

ITS provides all UIS students with a selection of valuable collaboration and productivity tools, enabling you to take a proactive role in your education, research, and careers.

ITS Summer Workshop Series: Sending Mass Emails with Email+

Spend your summer with ITS! We'll be hosting weekly 30-minute workshops on a variety of topics. There is something for everyone!

There is no need to register. Join us in person in UHB 2028 or via Zoom.

Sending Mass Emails with Email+ | July 24 from 9:30-10 a.m.

Email+ is our solution for sending mass emails that are not blocked or marked as spam. Email+ also provides helpful data, such as how many people open your email. Emails can also be personalized with customized data fields.

ITS Summer Workshop Series: Working with Data in Excel

Spend your summer with ITS! We'll be hosting weekly 30-minute workshops on a variety of topics. There is something for everyone!

There is no need to register. Join us in person in UHB 2028 or via Zoom

Working with Data in Excel | July 11 from 11-11:30 a.m.

Excel is a powerful tool for organizing, managing, and analyzing data. In this session we'll explore Excel's sorting and filtering tools - including creating a custom sort and filtering text, dates, and number fields.

ITS Summer Workshop Series: Outlook Polls

Spend your summer with ITS! We'll be hosting weekly 30-minute workshops on a variety of topics. There is something for everyone!

There is no need to register. Join us in person in UHB 2028 or via Zoom

Outlook Polls | June 27 from 10-10:30 a.m.

Scheduling meetings has never been easier! Outlook polls integrate with the calendar so meeting organizers can offer options when attendees are available and attendees can easily select times that work for them.

Open Lab/Exploratory Session for Copyleaks: AI Plagiarism and AI Content Detection

We are thrilled to have 15 faculty and instructors participating in the Copyleaks pilot, running from April 1-21. As part of this pilot project, COLRS and ITS are offering an open lab/exploratory session for anyone interested in learning more about Copyleaks and seeing it in action - this opportunity is open to everyone, regardless of participation in the pilot. Please join us:

Friday, April 12 from 11am-Noon in UHB 2029 or via Zoom.