Sharepoint: This is a secure intranet site. You will need to login with your ulid and password
(note: You might only have access to a particular committee or subsite. Please contact the department office for the direct link to the subsite if needed.)
Documents: These documents are formatted to be interactive. The travel voucher, for example, will total your expenses. To use it interactively, please save it to your hard drive and bring it up in the appropriate program.
In this area of the college website, you will find documents about the budget and planning process, college committees, ASPT documents, department governance documents, strategic planning, the faculty mentoring program, the college Ombudsperson, support for research, awards programs, etc. Click here to access the CAS Documents and Resources Area
If you have students that need a little extra help, if you want or have a class that requires an accommodation, or you have non-native speakers, here are some university offices that can provide some services.
Faculty have use of the Laboratory for Integrated Learning and Technology (CAS IT Web Services)which is a facility that can help them with using web-based and other technology for teaching and research. Faculty also have use of the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology (CTLT) which is a facility that can help them with faculty teaching development, basic computer application training, and help with a variety of pedagogical issues. Phone: (309) 438-2542
Milner Library offers a variety of resources for teachers, including research databases, onlinejournals, and interlibrary loan service. To place an item on course reserve (print or digital) or to request that an item be digitized for course reserve, click here.
The College of Arts & Sciences Information Technology Team (CAS-IT) is your first stop for desktop and classroom support. CAS-IT will help you with your office computers, lab computers, specialty equipment and software, and much more. Faculty also have use of the Web Services which is a facility that can help them with using technology for teaching and research.
Faculty have use of the Classroom Technology Support Services (CTSS) which supports equipment in teaching classrooms, laptop checkout, clickers, and distance learning classrooms. Phone: (309) 438-7412
TechZone offers discounts and buying assistance to all members of the University community on personal computers, software, peripherals, and supplies.
Photo release forms and information are found on ISU'sPhoto Usage page.
The University Computer Helpdeskis dedicated to assisting students, faculty, and staff at ISU. Their focus is on supporting personally-owned devices, like computers and phones.