Resources on this page apply only to the Ann Arbor campus. The U-M Dearborn ITS and U-M Flint ITS websites have information about their campuses’ computing resources.
- CTools Course Management Tool
An online system for research, project and course management.
- CTools, Multimedia, and UM.Lessons Skills Workshops
Digital Media Commons (DMC) workshops are free and provide training on audio, video, and print technologies as well as CTools and UM.Lessons.
- Center for Research on Learning and Teaching (CRLT)
In addition to other services, CRLT provides consultation services to individuals and departments on the integration of technology into teaching, including distance education.
- Center for Statistical Consultation and Research (CSCAR)
Statistical services, including help with statistical software, for faculty, primary researchers, graduate students, and staff of the University.
- Center for Information Technology Integration (CITI)
Engages in advanced development and research projects, in partnership with external sponsors, that will enhance the University of Michigan's information technology environment and transfers the results to industry, government, and education.
- Collaboratory for Advanced Research and Academic Technologies (CARAT)
Enables diverse disciplines at U-M to join forces and participate in cutting-edge research and educational projects involving advanced networking and computing technologies.
- Class Schedules, Grades, Class Rosters, Advising Reports
Wolverine Access provides both students and instructors/faculty access to plenty of academic information.
- Classroom Reservation & Instructional Software Submission (CRISS)
Services and resources for computing classroom reservations and course software submissions.
- ITS Technical Training Resources
Links to My LINC, IT4U webinars and other technical training and education resources for U-M students, faculty and staff.
- Environmental Spatial Analysis Laboratory
Core technologies include geographic information systems (GIS), remote sensing, and quantitative spatial analysis (that is, spatial statistics and geostatistics).
- Faculty Exploratory
Program and facility designed specifically for U-M faculty to enhance lecturing, research, and publishing skills.
- Internet2 at U-M
U-M is connected to Internet2, a significant advance in networking capability for the research and education community.
- Knowledge Navigation Center
Facilities, expertise, and encouragement for U-M faculty, staff, and students who wish to explore, evaluate, and apply innovative information technologies to scholarly endeavors.
- Learning Resource Center
A Medical Center resource for faculty and students interested in exploring, developing, and accessing computer-based technologies and programming.
- Office of Research for Cyberinstructure
Technological support for research requiring high-performance computing for modeling, simulation, prediction, and data mining; data management and visualization; virtual organizations; and educational enhancement.
- Quiz/Survey Tool Online
UM.Lessons is a web-based quiz, questionnaire, and survey tool.
- Teaching and Technology Collaborative (TTC)
Helps faculty connect with technology services and resources that support their teaching.
- Usability, Support, and Evaluation Lab (USE)
Experts in instructional technology and digital media are available to assist faculty in applying technology for innovative teaching and learning.