Leverage General Administrative Tools and Resources
Administrative tools and resources
- 1-HELP (612-301-4357) offers general information technology support for University of Minnesota faculty, staff, and students.
- Phone and web conferencing tools
- Video conferencing and support
- WebEx presentations and conferencing to meet and collaborate with others online.
- Conference and event services
- University Information Security Services
Provides printing, copying, and design services for creating stationery, handouts, and other communications documents. Printing Services has a thorough understanding of University branding policies.
Addressing and Mailing Services
Addressing & Mailing Services at the University is available to handle small or large on-campus or off-campus mass mailings; services include mailing-list maintenance, label generation, machine or hand labeling and inserting, ink jet addressing, weighing and metering, and delivery to the post office.
Signs and Graphics Unit
Offers the latest technology in digital printing, including custom banners and signage, name tags and rental of table top displays for conferences and events.
A secure, web-based system designed for data collection for research. REDCap training and support is offered by the Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) and is available at no cost to current University students, faculty, and staff.
OnCore clinical trial management system (CTMS)
University research teams and administrative staff use OnCore to manage studies, electronically capture and monitor data, generate reports, handle financial activities, and adhere to regulations.
Office of Information Technology (OIT) Technology Training
A list of online and in-person software and hardware course offerings available to University students, faculty, and staff from OIT.
A library of nearly 2,000 online courses, Lynda.com is available at no cost to current University students, faculty, and staff on all campuses.
Project Management for Research
The Ohio State University website makes a variety of tools available for managing research projects, including recommendations for general project management software and toolkits to help you and your team manage activities from grant writing to implementation and project closeout.
Microsoft Online Courses
Beginning and intermediate courses to learn how to use Microsoft Office and Windows products, organized by the Office of Information Technology (OIT).
A secure online survey tool managed at the University by the Office of Measurement Services.