All students have free, unlimited access to lynda.com, an online training resource containing thousands of videos.
Learn various skills such as project management, software applications, or creative techniques.
We have a number of guides to help you make the most of the IT services available, such as:
- connecting to wifi on campus
- using your student printing account
- accessing computer labs
Help and support
ICT service desk
Our help desk can answer questions in person, by email, phone, or online chat.
Campus Computer Store
Our campus computer store offers computer and printer repair services and a laptop clinic to tune up your device, install software, remove malware, and more.
Available for loan are IBM ThinkPad laptops and netbooks which have access to the University of Saskatchewan's wireless network.
Disability Student Services provides students with disabilities access to a variety of enhanced technology needed to achieve academic success.
If you need to store and share your digital files, the university offers a free service to all students called ownCloud.
Tech help workshops are led by Peer Assisted Learning (PAL) peer mentors within Student Learning Services at the University Library.