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New look, improved navigation coming to IT@UC’s website

Be on the lookout for an updated IT@UC website that still contains all you need to access technology help.

The IT@UC website debuts its new, more intuitive design Feb. 21. The change is part of the university-wide effort to streamline web content and improve its accessibility.

“This has been a year in the making,” said Nelson Vincent, vice president for information technology and chief information officer. “Accessibility and access to information are at the heart of this web redesign. The site’s updated look complements our efforts to organize content around the top-of-mind IT needs of our students, faculty and staff.”    

The new homepage directly connects students, faculty and staff to self-service resources in the IT@UC Knowledge Base, Get Help resources from the Service Desk and GetIT where you can order IT services. 

screen capture of new homepage showing an image of a computer keyboard, smartphone and meeting planner.

IT@UC's new homepage provides easy access to helpful articles, service assistance and service requests.

Additional new features will aid in keeping the UC community up to date:

  • Find out what’s happening in IT in the “News & Events” section.
  • Get your tech up and running with setup guides in the “Get Started” section.
  • Finally, change in technology is a constant. Learn more about what to expect, when to expect it and why it’s important in the “IT Next” section. 
Screen grab of updated news section on the new IT@UC website showing thumbnail images of computer screens and McMicken Hall under the tab "News & Events."

Stay up to date with the new "News & Events" section or visit the extended IT news section as a part of UC News.

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