Services for Faculty and Staff

The Division of Information Technology provides the following services for University Faculty:

  1. Establish network IDs (network account and username).
  2. Purchase computers (including home computer purchases).
  3. Network computer connection:
    • New network connection in office.
    • Office computer setup, upgrades, troubleshooting.
    • Global Internet access.
    • Standard software installation on office PCs.
    • Site licensed software.
    • File and e-mail backup services.
    • Virus protection.
    • Wireless computing in certain campus areas such as the Library and Thompson Hall.
    • Remote access services for off-campus access.
    • File and print services.
  4. Use of email:
    • E-mail services.
    • Online Campus Directory for phone and e-mail lookup.
    • Web-based e-mail client.
    • E-mail quota, password, and vacation message options.
    • Setting up special mailing lists.
    • Authorized mass e-mail to all employees at Barry.
    • Computer/Software Training:
      • MS Office application training.
      • Operating system training.
      • Canvas course information system training.
      • Help Desk self-help training handouts.
      • Web development and imaging training.
  5. Getting Help:
    • Resetting a forgotten password.
    • Disinfection of virus infected computer.
    • Advice on dealing with junk e-mail, harassments, and security attacks.
  6. Teaching and Research:
    • Consultation and needs assessment for teaching with technology.
    • Development of courseware.
    • Tools for digital media presentation in the classroom.
    • Canvas course management system.
    • Class distribution lists.
    • Class-specific websites.
    • Course and electronic reserves.
    • Interlibrary loans.
    • Multimedia equipment in the classrooms.
    • Classroom session recording.
    • Streaming media content for classroom presentation.
    • Database-driven web applications to track students in a particular program.
    • Video teleconferencing.
    • Web drop box.
    • Online classroom reservations.
    • Instructional web site.
    • Online electronic library catalog, databases, and journals.
  7. Telephones and voicemail:
    • Office phone service.
    • Voicemail service.
  8. IT services for departments:
    • Departmental web sites.
    • Web design assistance.
    • Event calendar on the web.
    • Web survey.
    • University-wide announcements and news.
    • Departmental and group e-mail accounts.
    • Printing and copying services.
    • Video and audio technical services.
  9. IT Services:
    • Announcements of DoIT Services, changes, and outages.
    • Personal web pages.
    • Printing and file sharing services.
    • Web broadcast of special events.