The people who provide IT services at UW‑Madison are working every hour of every day to help support the Wisconsin Idea so that the university can help improve people’s lives beyond the classroom.
Who does IT@UW-Madison?
Division of Information Technology
DoIT is a center of campus IT operations, providing IT services & support to faculty, staff and students as well as their schools, divisions, departments and units.
More campus IT providers
A variety of other IT providers are distributed across campus, performing IT functions and providing IT services for schools, divisions, departments and units.
Example of ongoing work
From large scale projects to everyday learning opportunities, UW–Madison IT professionals support the mission of teaching, research and service with innovative and creative solutions.
Interested in working at UW–Madison?
Fridays, 9:15am. Jan 28 guest: Brian Yandell, statistics professor and interim director, American Family Insurance Data Science Institute. Feb 4 guest: Interim Vice Chancellor for Finance & Administration Rob Cramer.
Thursdays at 3:30pm via Zoom. Previous spontaneous discussion has included fictional languages, data onomatopoeia, info architecture, travel recommendations, animal facts, hybrid meetings—and, of course, pets!
Did you know? Students can check out laptops, video cameras, still cameras, projectors, game systems, audio recorders and more, for classroom and personal use.
An "endpoint" is a computing device that communicates back and forth with a network, including desktops, laptops, servers, and smartphones. Learn more about this project, critical to reducing threats to university networks.
These small wireless devices can help you keep track of things or locate lost items. But police departments across the country have started receiving reports of possible unwanted tracking using the devices, or even stalking. Keep yourself safe with these tips from UWPD.