Blackboard service has been restored.
The wired port migration phase of the network upgrade project has been completed by IT Services.
Faculty can take advantage of our test and evaluation scanning services. Requests are easy to submit and a quick turnaround is assured.
In an increasingly popular email scam, criminals create fake email addresses that look like they’re coming from a campus user.
Since the installation of Banner 9 into our production environment back in November, 2018, users are enjoying many of the new features that make the application more consistent and modernized.
Students can now build schedules and register for classes in the Schedule Planner application.
Partnership. It is a term we hear often, but for UA Little Rock IT Services, partnership represents an alliance that we seek with every one of our projects.
Ellucian CRM Advise is nearly ready to launch and will make advising faster and more thorough.
The Career Center introduced a new tool on December 4, 2018, to connect students with future employers.
Eleven members of the IT Services department, along with a large crowd of IT professionals from Arkansas and beyond, attended the 2019 Arkansas IT Symposium at the Embassy Suites in Little Rock on April 3.