With our world turning increasingly digital, it might be hard to keep up with the new technologies and innovations to bolster your research and teaching. Luckily, many departments across campus are available to help you develop your own webspace. Some places to contact are:
Sharing information is easier than ever when you are using blogs, wikis, and social media. However, even though the information is online doesn't mean that it isn't copyright protected. Understand your rights and the rights of others through the Library's Copyright Information Center, developed in collaboration with ITServices.
The University of Chicago Computer Science Department's Instructional Laboratories (CSIL) provides students, faculty, staff and University affiliates with many computing services. CSIL also holds minicourse sessions presented each quarter free of charge. Learn about operating systems, programming and media software in a relaxed environment with plenty of instructor attention. Reservation is not required and paper documentation is provided.