The Active Directory is a central repository for authenticating users and providing access to network resources. By centralizing core support functions, departmental IT staff have more time for proactive maintenance, which directly translates into a higher level of service for the users they support.
SafeAssign provides instructors with a web-based plagiarism detection service to identify suspected acts of plagiarism. As an available tool within Blackboard Learn, the application detects exact and inexact matching between submitted student papers and source materials.
Information Technology Services works together with our customers to provide solution recommendations, custom development, and application support tailored to our customers’ individual needs. Each of our solutions are developed and supported in accordance with industry best practices to guarantee security, availability, maintainability, and interoperability. If you need assistance with researching, developing, or supporting an application, we encourage you to contact us. We look forward to hearing from you!
MyUNL Blackboard provides global web-based management and delivery of course content for all classes. University of Nebraska–Lincoln will transition to Canvas from Blackboard for all LMS activity by Summer, 2018. Blackboard access will end May 15, 2018. Data will not be retrievable after May 15, 2018.
Canvas (by Instructure) is a cloud based learning management system (LMS) that is currently used by more than 700 colleges and universities. The university will transition to Canvas from Blackboard for all LMS activity by Summer, 2018. Blackboard access will end May 15, 2018. Data will not be retrievable after June 1, 2018.
Information Technology Services' Networking and Operations Center combines some of the functions of the networking and systems groups into an extended-hour center to maintain the NUnet backbone and the central services provided to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
The Degree Audit is a computer generated document outlining a student's undergraduate academic progress. This document uses a student's UNL coursework, transfer coursework, and courses in progress in order to determine a student's progress toward degree completion.
The Digital Materials Initiative is a partnership across the university to provide affordable course materials to students. Campus partners include: Academic Affairs, the University Libraries, Innovative Instructional Design, ITS, and the University Bookstore. While the initiative is still in the planning stages, we will have limited pilot opportunities during the Spring 2018 semester.
Digital signage is a way of electronically displaying information on a screen. They can be found in public spaces, transportation systems, museums, stadiums, retail stores, hotels, restaurants, and corporate buildings etc., to provide wayfinding, exhibitions, marketing, and outdoor advertising.
LISTSERV provides everything you need to manage all of your opt-in email lists, including email newsletters, announcements, discussion groups and email communities.
University of Nebraska departments can acquire Apple computers, mobile devices, accessories and warranties through the Apple Leasing Program. This program offers a simple approach to plan and manage any hardware replacement budget cycle.
Digital Measures Activity Insight™ is a secure, reliable web-based tool for faculty to manage their research, teaching, and service activities.
A firewall is a software or hardware-based network security system that controls the incoming and outgoing network traffic by analyzing the data packets and determining whether they should be allowed through or not, based on a rule set. A firewall establishes a barrier between a trusted, secure internal network and another network (e.g., the Internet) that is not assumed to be secure and trusted.
GAMES is a secure, web-based system designed to facilitate the graduate admissions process for colleges and departments at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln.
The Holland Computing Center (HCC) has significant resources in two locations: the Peter Kiewit Institute (PKI) at Omaha and the Schorr Center at UNL. Personnel are located in each location to assist users, engage students and researchers, and maintain systems.
fsaATLAS is a web-based system shared between UNL International Engagement and the host department used to invite J-1 international visiting scholars.
Take self-paced, online training for IT skills development. Learn the latest software packages at your convenience through the Virtual Training Company.
The Microsoft Imagine AcademyProgram is a subscription-based membership that includes curriculum, online learning, certification readiness, and more, focused on employability and life-long learning.
ITS uses GoSignMeUp, an online training registration system to enroll users into individual training classes using their MyUNL credentials.
IT Status is an online dashboard and notification tool that communicates ITS service outages, maintenance and current status updates to a general campus audience. Individuals may subscribe to any or all ITS services and receive email or text notifications.
Maple T.A. is an easy-to-use web-based system for creating tests and assignments, and automatically assessing student responses and performance.
MyPLAN (My Personal Learning and Advising Network) provides a convenient way for students to communicate with faculty and staff. Students can schedule with instructors and advising support staff as well as search through available campus resources
The My.UNL ID system manages a single set of a username and password – establishing valid credentials for each person at UNL. These credentials are used to access UNL campus services, as well as services from external partners that have federated access with the UNL campus.
Information Technology Services requires that all computers used on campus have their ethernet hardware address registered in the building the device primarily used in. Registered computers are given a consistent IP number and DNS name.
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.
The UNL One Button Studio* is a simplified video recording setup that can be used without any prior video production knowledge. The design of the studio allows you to create high quality and polished video projects without having to know anything about lights and cameras. You only need to bring your flash drive with you and push a single button.
What is Oomf?
Oomf Minis are portable chargers that keep your mobile device charged and ready to go. Oomf Omnis charge your laptop on the go. The main base station contains 2 Qualcomm quick charge USB outlets on the side, as well as a wireless inductive charging surface on the top.
Proofpoint is an email protection service provided to protect faculty and staff from email threats by securing and controlling inbound and outbound email.
Scanning Services offers a variety of testing and scoring services for the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and other non-university users. Faculty and graduate teaching assistants can use Scanning Services for the scoring and analysis of Scantron-based ("bubble-sheet") tests, surveys, and teaching evaluations.
GitLab source code management software makes it easy to collaborate on code for UNL staff, students, faculty, and associates. This service is intended to provide a convenient place to collaborate on software development projects at UNL.
Information Technology Services is available to meet your event technology needs, ranging from equipment set-up to full staffing and media support.
TrueYou is the Nebraska system-wide Identity Management system where you manage your authentication information, such as changing your password and answering your authentication questions as well as managing your parent/guest accounts for the Student Information system.
Unified Messaging (UM) simplifies everyday communications by letting you manage all of your messages using a PC or a phone.
UNLchat, integrated within the UNLedu Web Framework, is a constituent chat system similar to LivePerson that allows UNL units to respond to website visitors' questions and comments within a live text-chat session.
The UNLedu Web Framework is the foundation for UNL's website, and is primarily maintained by Internet and Interactive Media (a partnership of University Communication and Information Technology Services) in collaboration with the UNL Web Developer Network.
cPanel is an easy-to-use control panel that gives web hosts, and the website owners they serve, the ability to quickly and easily manage their servers and websites. cPanel facilitates database integration with your website.