New faculty, staff, and students can obtain their NetID (username) and password information quickly and efficiently online. By providing your social security number and your birthdate, you will be given your NetID and be asked to create a new password. Just follow the link to https://accounts.nd.edu/activation.
NetID passwords expire every 180 days per the University’s Strong Password Standard. To change your password, visit https://accounts.nd.edu/password.
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(Closed Wednesdays from 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM)
The Office of Information Technologies is the campus-wide technology service provider. Their help desk is available to answer your computing questions and offer troubleshooting assistance with hardware and software.
The Office of Information Technologies Solutions Center is an on-campus technology store for all of your personal computing needs. Next to the Solutions Center, you will find the Service Center for equipment repair. This is a fee-for-service facility.
Computer labs (clusters) are available to provide students access to the network and applications used in curricula. Information about equipment in clusters and hours of operation may be found at http://oit.nd.edu/clusters_classrooms/. To reserve a classroom with computer projection, contact the Registrar's Office at 631-7043.
Arts and Letters also provides a small lab in 151 Decio Faculty Hall for use by Decio faculty and teaching graduate students only.
ALCO also maintains several specialized department-specific labs, including several clusters in the Social Sciences areas.
The Office of Information Technologies provides computer documentation to assist users with computer topics varying from those which are specific to the Notre Dame community to more general application documentation. The documents provide introductory, training and reference materials for commonly used computer products on campus. These documents are available at no charge to members of the Notre Dame community. To access the on-line documentation, go to https://oit.nd.edu/training/documentation/.
OIT's Education Services provides general training on most common software products as well as faculty workshops through its Computer Education Program. Group training or one-on-one instruction is available to faculty on teaching-related topics such as: WebCT, creating effective PowerPoint presentations or an introduction to the technology-equipped classrooms. Education Services is also available to teach your students technology-related topics. There is no cost for this if it is done as part of your regularly scheduled classroom period. Costs for after-hours special classes along with other information about the CEP and our faculty workshops can be found at http://oit.nd.edu/training/.
Concourse helps faculty use the Web to enhance their classes. You can use Concourse tools to post student grades, share a list of Web links, publish syllabi or other material, assign a reading check, establish an online discussion, administer a quiz, or conduct a survey. For more information, visit Concourse (formerly WebCT) online at http://oit.nd.edu/concourse/index.shtml/.
At Notre Dame, faculty and administrators may use email LISTSERV lists to communicate with students. LISTSERV lists are an automated email distribution system wherein anyone subscribed to a list receives copies of email sent to that list. It's similar to an email list that you create in your own email address book, but instead of being on your computer, it's handled by a LISTSERV server. To request that a LISTSERV list be set up, use your browser to go to http://listserv.nd.edu.
The Kaneb Center's mission is to enhance student learning by serving faculty and teaching assistants in their teaching roles and by collaborating with departments, colleges, other programs, and the administration to shape policies, structures, and cultures that support teaching and learning. Among the resources they offer is information and instruction about the effective utilization of technology in your curriculum. To learn more about this valuable resource, go to http://kaneb.nd.edu/. The Kaneb Center would be happy to visit with your department to discuss teaching and learning issues and identify ways in which the Kaneb Center can assist you. Contact the Kaneb Center to setup an appointment by calling 631-9146 or send email to email@example.com.