Teaching this fall? DoIT’s Academic Technology department has you covered with an extensive schedule of tech training sessions this summer.
All UW–Madison Zoom accounts and individuals attending UW–Madison Zoom hosted meetings will be required to use version 5.10.0 or later. Check your Zoom version to make sure you’re ready!
It’s the season for big sales and deep discounts! So if you’re scoping out good deals for a shiny new device, follow these steps to enroll it in MFA-Duo. (And don’t forget to generate a list of backup passcodes, too.)
Interested in hearing thought-provoking stories and learning some tips for everyday actions you can take to create a more inclusive, engaging workplace? Watch the recording of the recent UW Women+ In IT event, a fireside chat with Karen Catlin, author of Better Allies.
If your courses offer digital textbooks and other materials via Engage, here’s what you need to know—including how much money students have saved on print textbooks and other advantages. Instructors: Order by Dec 1 for the spring 2022 semester. More here >
Here are some alternatives you can try if the campus wireless network is having difficulties. Plus, how and why to contact the Help Desk whenever you run into tech issues.
During the recent intermittent campus wireless network outage, you may have heard suggestions to use eduroam as your wireless network. Learn more about it in this article.
UPDATE: 9/23/21, 8:30pm — The wireless network is now stable. You should no longer have issues connecting to the wireless network through UWNet or eduroam. DoIT technologists continue to monitor the network for any signs of instability. If problems, please call the Help Desk at 608-264-4357 and check the Outages page for the latest: outages.doit.wisc.edu.
We’re here to help you with technology so that you can get the most out of your time at the university. We’ve created a guide to help you navigate all the resources available to you.
The MyUHS app replaces the Safer Badgers app, which will no longer be used effective Aug 9. A Badger Badge will no longer be needed to access buildings, and the new app will not be used for building access at this time.