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This article explains the minimum hardware and software specifications for students bringing their own laptop. If you have questions about the minimum specifications please stop by the Technology Support Center on the lower level of Stalker Hall or call 812-237-2910.
This article will provide general information about Personal Laptop Purchase Program for students.
This article provides resources for learning how to use Microsoft Azure Development Tools for Teaching.
This article describes how to create a new knowledge base article in the TeamDynamix application. The target audience is OIT student employees and staff that create knowledge base articles.
Hardware support for Scholarship Laptops and iPads is defined.
The process of changing your email address or University Username after a name change is complex, but the Technology Support Center can guide you through the process.
This articles describes, and points to, the software ISU students, staff, and faculty can down load and install on personal devices at no additional costs. If you have an ISU owned machine that you need software installation support please use the service titled "Software Installation for ISU Owned Machines".
This article provides information on the level of support provided by the Office of Information Technology for the Office 365 Applications.
This article explains how to connect home or consumer-grade devices like Game Consoles, Televisions, Amazon Fire TV, Roku and other similar devices to ISU’s enterprise network.
This article provides links to resources to help students, faculty and staff improve their experience using OneDrive.
This article provides general information about OneDrive features for students.
Use this guide if you are having trouble connecting to our wireless network. This guide lists devices and/or device specifications that are compatible with our ISU network. It also lists devices that are known to have problems connecting to our network.
This article describes how to connect to the wired network in residential facilities. The target audience is students, faculty, staff and guest.
This article describes how to connect to the ISU-OPEN wireless network for students, faculty, and staff.
This article will provide the standards that should be applied when creating a knowledge base article in TeamDynamix. The target audience is students and staff that will be writing, reviewing, approving and publishing knowledge base articles.