Each issue, Redbird Impact magazine is highlighting an Illinois State faculty or staff member who exemplifies Illinois State’s core value of civic engagement. Our inaugural campus hero is Dr. Rosie Hauck, executive director of the Office of Advanced Technology Support for Faculty and an associate professor in the Department of Accounting.
The newly created Office of Technology Solutions unifies several campus departments to create a robust and efficient team of technology professionals.
Illinois State University is excited to announce the availability for current students to download Adobe Creative Cloud to their personal machines at no additional cost.
Illinois State is jumping into the video game space with the creation of the Digital Innovation, Graphics, and Gaming Studio (DIGGS).
Thanks to the launch of a new IT HELP website, Illinois State University staff, faculty, and students will now have an easier time seeking help or assistance with their technology needs.
On May 18-19, technology staff will take advantage of one of the quietest times of the year to upgrade the campus network infrastructure.
Illinois State is now an eduroam campus, a global roaming access service developed for the international research and education community.
By now you may have heard about another big tech issue, a set of security vulnerabilities called Spectre and Meltdown.
Illinois State’s IT community gathered March 8 for a new event aimed at promoting better collaboration and communication across campus on technology issues.
On October 26, every student’s Illinois State University email account (called Redbird Mail) will transition to Microsoft Office 365 as the new place to send and receive ISU email.