Coming to Brown this weekend for commencement or reunions? We recently improved wifi in the outdoor areas listed below. If you are a visitor, we welcome you to connect to our Brown-Guest network for internet access.
Wed. 5/20 @ 2pm
Tue. 5/19 @ 9am
The spring 2015 issue of Rhode Island NSF EPSCoR's The Current highlights Brown's Center for Computation and Visualization (CCV).
The article, written by Amy Dunkle, describes how CCV's high performance computing resources enable Rhode Island's NSF EPSCoR researchers to process and store data for their research.
Wed. 5/13 @ 4pm
If you will be graduating, please read the information below carefully to understand the impact of your graduation on various services including your Brown email.
Prefer to use a non-Brown address?
If you primarily use a non-Brown email account, please be sure your non-Brown address is listed as your preferred account in your Brown Alumni Online personal profile, or you may miss future updates about your services. To add your non-Brown email address:
Wed. 5/13 @ 11am
Wed. 5/6 @ 4pm
Finals are here. The labs are busy. Did you know you can set up your own computer to print to PAWPrints instead of having to wait for a computer in the lab?
If you have trouble with these instructions, bring your laptop by the IT Service Center and we'll help you with the setup.
Tue. 5/5 @ 1pm
Thu. 4/30 @ 9am
We're so excited you're coming to Brown in the fall! These are some technology questions we've heard from incoming students.
If you have a question that's not addressed here, please get in touch with the IT Service Center. We're looking forward to meeting you and helping you with technology during your time at Brown.
Mon. 4/27 @ 11am
To learn more about what’s new in Canvas, share best practices, and discuss Canvas issues join us at the Canvas User Group on Wednesday, April 29th at 11am in the ETC (CIT room 201, 115 Waterman Street). RSVP today!
Wed. 4/22 @ 2pm
Have you heard about the awesome new TV service that CIS and Residential Life launched this semester, provided by Philo?
What's different? We have way more channels than before, you can DVR your favorite shows, and you can watch anywhere on campus on your computer, phone, or tablet - no need for an ethernet cable (or even a television). Check out these links for more.
Mon. 4/13 @ 12pm
The Teaching and Technology Institute at Brown University is a program for faculty and selected graduate students who want to experiment with integrating technology with their teaching and course design. The Institute provides an environment in which faculty can focus on incorporating technology into a specific course.
We are accepting applications now for the Summer Institute 2015, a 4-day program for faculty, postdoctoral fellows and graduate student instructors.