Setting up these services will help you make a smooth transition to start the semester. Information Technology Services is here to help.Software Catalog
Canvas (by Instructure) is a cloud-based learning management system (LMS) that is currently used by more than 700 colleges and universities. Canvas is the LMS at the University of Nebraska, all four campuses (UNK, UNL, UNMC, UNO) are using Canvas for teaching and learning.
MyRED is the student information system portal at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln.
Box is a storage and collaboration service that gives faculty, staff and students the ability to access, store, and share content securely—anywhere, anytime, on virtually any device.
UNL has partnered with Microsoft to launch e-mail and other digital communication services.
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Activate account (faculty/staff)
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Activate Student Worker Account
REQUEST SHARED ACCOUNT Contact MySupport Alumni Account Request ITS staff-Skype Presence change
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln assesses a fee on any NEW computer or tablet purchased for departmental use and capable of running Microsoft Office to cover the cost of the Microsoft Campus Agreement.
Information Technology Services Learning Spaces offers full support for Student Response Systems.
Zoom is a cloud-based, web collaboration service that connects multiple conference rooms and remote users for online classes, meetings and group projects.
ilos video service has replaced TechSmith Relay as the ITS supported video capture and streaming service for UNL
A Creative Cloud complete membership gives you access to the entire Creative Suite collection, plus many additional applications and services.
University of Nebraska ITS Security requires application developers and server administrators to use two-factor authentication for root-level access. Duo Security is scalable and can integrate with almost every IT service on campus.
UNL offers Symantec antivirus software to protect computers and data against malicious attacks, viruses and malware. Departmental computer users should first contact local technical support for installation.
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