Building a comprehensive and connected campus experience for our customers.
Our initiatives are ambitious, innovative and always evolving.
The Pocket app allows learners to securely store, access and share verified credentials across institutions. The app functions as a digital wallet for storing verified coursework, licenses, positions, skill records and degrees to share as learners see fit.
The ASU T4 Leadership Academy cultivates IT leaders who are globally engaged and locally attuned to the role of technology for social benefit and invested in designing the intergenerational workforce of the future.
Canvas is the new Learning Management System for ASU. This fully featured LMS is designed to facilitate the delivery of instruction and enable student success.
ASU is using the Slack Enterprise Grid as the communication hub for students, faculty and staff.
Dreamers, Doers, and Drivers Shaping the Future of Learning in the Digital Age.
The Trusted Learner Network (TLN) is a new, secure, and decentralized approach to recording, curating, and sharing learner data on abilities and skills across the learner’s lifespan.
Addressing regional issues with collaboration and technology.
A 360-degree approach to deliver on our commitment to provide exemplary service and effectively communicate with our constituents across multiple channels using cloud, mobile, and social technologies.
Ask ASU is a voice enabled application, better known as a "skill", for the Amazon Alexa personal assistant. This pilot will test what a voice assistant can contribute to the smart campus of the future.
Information on improvements designed to enhance security, reliability, and stability of the ASU wireless network.
A faculty information system helps institutions maintain data integrity and provides a centralized product for managing academic personnel data and processes in a secure system.
Learning Futures brings faculty, students, staff and partners together to imagine the future of learning and set a bold collective vision that results in action.
Whether you’re in class, doing a project or engaged in research or one of many student organizations, you need the tools to bring your learning and work to life.
The Enterprise Technology community believes that Black Lives Matter and pledges to actively work towards dismantling racism, bigotry, and hatred toward people of color in all its forms.
ISDT is envisioning a new approach to information security and digital trust, grounded in transparency, security, privacy and empowerment.
The ASU Project Management Network is a faculty and staff organization in which project managers and those interested in project management (PM) at ASU can connect, communicate, and grow.