Take a video tour of Student Technology at Princeton and learn about the many computing and technology resources available to Princeton's students.
The Office of Information Technology offers a tool to help students pack their digital material.
During Reunions weekend, OIT provides free, wireless Internet connectivity to all visitors on campus.
With eduroam, faculty, staff, and students get instant and secure wireless service while visiting participating campuses. Visitors to Princeton who participate in eduroam have access to eduroam service on campus.
Princeton Mobile, the new resource to stay connected to the who, what, when, where and what to eat on campus.
OpenScholar lets you easily create and manage a highly-dynamic, powerful, and customizable website, with an easy-to-use interface and a look-and-feel that is uniquely yours. OpenScholar makes easy work of online curriculum vitae!
Easy and convenient training from your office. Join live PULSe webinars.
Interested in learning more about managing projects at Princeton? A newly offered course, "Project Management for Princeton Projects," may be the perfect opportunity for you.
OIT's annual report for FY12 is available. Get an update on OIT goals, new and old, and a snapshot of the year's milestones and achievements in "OIT in FY12."
The Daily Princetonian features Princeton's High-Performance Computing Resource Center (HPCRC) and computational capabilities.
Now on video! Hannah Ross, of the Office of the General Counsel, on "FERPA and Data Privacy - Issues for Princeton Administrators." Learn about recent changes to FERPA laws. A informative session for all administrative staff who handle private information.
If you missed the chance meet Drupal users at DrupalCamp NJ 2013, watch for other group events and plans in the coming months.
EDUCAUSE is hosting a series of Data Privacy Month webinars in January. See what's coming and register at www.educause.edu/dpm.
The annual IT planning process for FY 2014 and 2015 has begun and the Enterprise Systems Planning Group (ESPG) is calling for IT project proposals. Proposals should be submitted by Monday, February 4, 2013.
If you have CampusCGI and WebScript web applications, don’t wait. Migrate. CampusCGI and WebScript services are being retired on Monday, January 28, 2013.
Princeton is hosting "DrupalCamp NJ 2013" this February! Tickets are limited. Register early.
SharePoint site owners, tune into the "Migrating to SharePoint 2010" webinar for an overview of the migration process, the things to watch for, and tips for preparing your site for migration to SharePoint 2010.
An updated edition of the policies governing appropriate use of University information technology resources and Internet access is now available.
Join LIVE PULSe (PU Learning Series) webinars this fall and learn more about Adobe PDF, course reading lists, Sharepoint, and more.
The new Nobel cluster provides an entry-level for the continuum of computational resources provided in the TIGRESS High Performance Computing Center.