The 3D Printing Lab is available to all University of North Dakota students, faculty and staff with a valid U Card. The lab is located in the lower level of the Memorial Union, room 3. Any student, faculty, or staff member on campus can use the lab’s three printers by submitting a design.
The University of North Dakota offers a wide range of technologies for teaching and learning to meet the needs of faculty, staff, and students. The Instructional Design and Digital Learning office helps to connect faculty with the appropriate technology tools to promote collaboration, enhance communication, and share knowledge for both online and traditional instruction.
Get information about different accounts and applications used by the university, including what the system or application is and login information.
Collaborate with UIT on the development of custom software applications for your team or project. Through the use of custom applications, you can streamline your day-to-day activities, manage projects, and organize processes.
Assistive technology is used to describe devices and services that lessen or remove barriers faced by persons with disabilities. Many types of assistive technology are available on computers to assist in reading information, keyboarding, etc.
Classroom Services is committed to making the use of instructional technology in the classroom as convenient and reliable as possible. We manage all general purpose classrooms on campus and provide training to instructors who utilize them.
UIT provides technical consultation and resources to assist with lecture capture and event recordings and distribution in the classroom or anywhere on campus.
UND Students have access to two general purpose computer labs, located in the Memorial Union and the Chester Fritz Library.
Configuration management gives you the ability to deploy, manage and configure operating systems (OS) and applications through endpoint management.
Digital signage is located across campus and consists of wall-mounted digital monitors, usually TVs, that showcase a variety of content relevant to our campus audience. Digital signage software is used by departments to display text, photos and video, and to schedule the content to play at any time. UIT oversees the behind-the-scenes maintenance of equipment, while the Office of Marketing & Creative Services manages content.
UND uses Microsoft Office 365 for university email, which also includes calendaring and storage options. Additionally, there are alternative storage choices available, like Dropbox for Business and U-Drive.
UND and UIT are committed to helping faculty, staff and students protect their computers and information from viruses and spyware. UIT manages antivirus clients on all UND endpoints. You can also report phishing emails, find UND approved anti-virus, review technology policies and procedures, and see how UIT is making the university more digitally secure.
UND has a Total Academic Headcount (TAH) license which provides campus-wide access to MATLAB, Simulink, and a variety of add-on products. All faculty, researchers, and students can use MATLAB on their personal computers and laptops.
UND's network provides secure access to the internet and administrative systems. Students, faculty, and staff can connect to the network while on campus or off campus. Wireless networks are available to UND faculty, staff, students, their sponsored guests, and members of the eduroam federation.
UIT provides print management solutions including the campus wide student printing service uPrint. Students are credited $8.00 at the beginning of every semester for printing purposes.
Information regarding proctored exams, including test taking tips, policies, how to designate, proctor's steps, and basic troubleshooting.
UIT's Records Management team oversees the daily processes of record keeping for the UND campus. Based on federal, state, and local laws, they determine how records are used, maintained, and retained. There are about 140 coordinators on campus that work with departments to schedule archiving and disposal of records.
ResNet is a student run service for those living in UND Housing and residence halls. They provide assistance with network connections, TV and gaming device connections, virus and malware removal, general hardware and software question, and they maintain computer labs in Wilkerson, Walsh, Hancock, Johnstone Halls, and University Place.
UIT has software available to UND affiliates for discounted rates, or in some cases, free. UIT can also facilitate the purchase of college or campus wide hardware and software solutions.
The Student IT Services provides a wide range of hardware/software support for specifically for students.
The Teaching Transformation & Development Academy (TTaDA) is an innovative collaboration of dedicated staff and faculty with a mission to provide our campus community quality professional development, online and lifelong learning, teaching with technology, and quality in teaching.
UIT provides Scantron test scoring to the university and assistance with proctor designation, and UND Proctoring System logins.
UND provides a virtual desktop environment using Citrix. Citrix allows you to remotely access various applications from home, work, and mobile devices from any location that has an internet connection.
The Web Team at UND collaborates with all the departments at the university to provide a fresh look to the university's website and keep it's information up-to-date.