When the University moved to remote learning, teaching and working, Information Technology Services saw some significant changes.
In the two weeks following the University's spring break, we saw significant increases in the use of some of ITS' services, including Zoom and remote desktop support sessions.
With the University going completely remote, it was more important than ever before for technology to help keep people connected.
On the academic side, more instructors and students relied on Canvas for remote teaching and learning.
ITS Client Services demonstrated their commitment to students, faculty and staff by responding quickly to service tickets and jumping on remote desktop support sessions.
The ITS Security team blocked many phishing attempts related to COVID-19. Learn more about how to protect your online accounts while being away from campus at its.nebraska.edu/covid-19/digital-security-best-practices.