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Recycle your old computers & electronics (for free!)

Don’t just throw your old computers, monitors, printers or even power adapters in your household trash. Recycle them safely and securely by bringing them to the Division of Information Technology (DoIT) Help Desk.


IT never sleeps. There’s always news to share. Here’s the latest from our digital campus and beyond.

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Register for the 2024 IT Professionals Conference

Registration is now open for the 2024 UW–‍Madison IT Professionals Conference on May 30 & 31, featuring keynote speaker Dr. Joe Sanfelippo! Choose your preferred conference experience and …

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Virtual Office Hours with Lois Brooks, featuring guests Mary Evansen & Lauren Bruce

Fridays, 9:15am via Zoom. Unscripted conversations with UW–‍Madison’s chief information officer. The Apr 26 guests from the Division of Information Technology’s Communications team will discuss “The Vibe Shift” in social media.

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Microsoft Copilot now available to UW‍–‍Madison students, faculty & staff

Meet your new “Copilot”—Microsoft’s generative artificial intelligence (AI) platform. If you choose to use it, Copilot can help you write text, analyze data, summarize documents, create images, write code and much more.

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Join us for ‘CommunITea’

Thursdays, 3:30pm via Zoom. A weekly event for IT and IT-adjacent folks to socialize with peers and connect in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere.

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Reflecting on 30 years of IT innovation at UW–‍Madison

A message from Chief Information Officer Lois Brooks: As technologists, we’ve not only had front-row seats to transformational technological innovations—we’ve had backstage passes.

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Nominate your exceptional colleagues for the 2024 IT Recognition Awards

Help your colleagues get the recognition they deserve! Nominate them by May 5.

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InfoLabs offer helpful services in preparation for finals

Looking for a place to study for finals? Need an extra monitor as you tackle an assignment? Have a project that requires specific software? InfoLabs can help.

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Administrative improvement projects leverage technology to support UW’s mission

2024 winners of the university-wide Administrative Improvement Awards include a centralized service model for Student Information Systems, redesigned advising for new student orientation, an affordable student housing access initiative and more.

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Graduating or leaving UW? Take action before you lose access to your email

Keep in mind: You'll lose access to your email and other Microsoft 365 data 9 months after you leave the university. Take note of things to do to prepare for this change and preserve your data.

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Find gaps & share your ideas through service design

In case you missed the March UW Design Community session: Check out the recording and resources to learn how to apply the concept of service design. Use these tips to improve the product, service or experience you want to create.

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Check out the Enhancing Online Education summer lineup

Do you teach or design online and hybrid courses? Summer is a great time to earn your Enhancing Online Education certificate—and a letter of recognition shared with your dean and department chair.

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Submit your EDUCAUSE Annual Conference proposal by Apr 29

Don’t miss your chance to share your knowledge and present at the 2024 EDUCAUSE Annual Conference. And check out other upcoming offerings, including a digital accessibility tools demo day and the Digital Learning Transformation Institute.

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