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Making Things Happen at the MakerSpace

By: Gillian Follett, ’22

The MakerSpace is a true hidden gem on the Syracuse University campus—so hidden that you might not have heard of it! Tucked away in the Kimmel Computer Lab, the MakerSpace is a collaborative space where students, faculty and staff at Syracuse University and SUNY-ESF can create fun, inventive projects using a variety of specialized machines.  Continue Reading

ITS In-Depth: Extended Reality

Each edition of “ITS In-Depth” takes a closer look at a hot topic in information technology. With extended reality (XR) rapidly blurring the lines between science fiction and, well, reality, we talked with ITS Online Learning Services Instructional Analyst Jason Webb G’18 to learn how XR is shaping teaching, learning and research at Syracuse University. Continue Reading

Tech Helps Syracuse Abroad Resume Activities

By: Taylor Huang ’23

After over a year-long pause on many of its programs, Syracuse Abroad provided students with the opportunity to study abroad in a variety of locales this summer, including London, England; Florence, Italy; and Madrid, Spain. Technology played a key role in Syracuse Abroad’s decision to reopen its centers overseas. Continue Reading

Getting Connected: Tips from ITS

Information Technology Services (ITS) is dedicated to helping you start your computing experience at Syracuse University and providing access to our wide range of computing services and facilities. This guide offers information and instructions for connecting to campus networks, hooking up your television, getting technical support and more. Continue Reading