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Technical Support

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  • ATLAS
    All computer and software problems should be reported to ATLAS through their ticketing system which is available through the link on the left or through the "Tech support" button on the ATLAS website. ATLAS also provides a wide variety of other support and consulting services including web hosting, instructional technology, audiovisual support, and statistical services. Visit their web site to find out the many things that they can help you with.
  • Psychology Computer Classrooms
    Software made available to eligible faculty, staff, and graduate students within the Department of Psychology.
  • Lecture Room Audio/Video Equipment Information
    Computers and audio/video equipment available for use in the department's lecture rooms.
  • CITES
    Provider of campus-wide computing, networking, telephone, and instructional technology services, including computer security and antivirus software.
  • Software Webstore
    Inexpensive software for faculty, staff, and students on campus.
  • Illini Union Flash Drive
    Computers, software, printers, and other computer-related hardware available for purchase to eligible faculty, staff, and students at the University of Illinois. There is a buying guide, vendor information, and a repair service for equipment purchased at the Illini Union Flash Drive.
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Staff Spotlight

Lisa TaylorLisa Taylor

Lisa Taylor joined the Psychology Business Office in April 2014 on a part-time basis as an Account Technician, mainly processing expense reimbursements and handling purchases. Prior to joining Psychology, Taylor worked in the employee benefits/group insurance industry for 30 years, starting out as the Insurance Officer at the State Universities Retirement System (SURS) and most recently as a Benefits Service Representative for Wells Fargo Insurance Services.

Services Information

Funding

For Fall 2015 and Spring 2016 semesters, students may apply for an Alumni Advisory Board Award of up to $250. Faculty may apply for a Lanier Award of up to $500. These funds may be used for any research-related activity, e.g., supplies, software, equipment, printing, subject payments, travel, etc. Requests should be submitted to the Business Office.