IT Services provides University faculty with a range of tools to assist in creating innovative learning environments, and to support collaboration and communication within and beyond the classroom.
Before You Arrive
Create your username and password to access common UChicago services like UChicago Box, Google Apps, and Faculty Access
The UChicago Card is the official University of Chicago identification card. UChicago Cards are issued to all Faculty, Staff, Academic employees, and Students who are enrolled in credit programs. This is how you will access buildings and use the UChicago library resources.
2Factor Authentication (2FA) enhances the security of your CNetID by using a second device (typically a mobile phone) to verify your identity. This prevents anyone but you from using your account to log in to University websites, even if they know your CNetID password.
After You Arrive
The University provides educational discounts on a variety of hardware and software for the campus community, including UChicago staff.
Canvas is the University’s online environment where instructors and students can manage course materials and communication.
Academic Technology Solutions provides tools and platforms that are used across the University for teaching, learning, and collaboration.
Get your free Box accounts to store and share files, communicate, and collaborate securely in the cloud.
The campus wiki service offers an informal CNetID-protected, collaborative environment and easy-to-use document writing platform for individuals, committees, groups, departments, and organizations of all kinds.
Connect online to the campus wireless network using your CNetID to take advantage of all the University resources available.
IT Services provides audio, video, and web conferencing to enable to allow individuals to communicate and collaborate both within and outside the UChicago community and with each other.
Faculty Access provides online course management tools, including rosters, fast messaging, consent request management, grade entry, and more.
Learn about the campus technology resources available for faculty while enjoying wine and cheese.