Welcome to the new term!
As faculty or staff, this page includes a list of top IT services that you may require while working at UBC. If you ever need assistance, please reach out to us in one of the ways described below or directly at www.it.ubc.ca/helpdesk.
Setting yourself up for successful remote work doesn't have to be difficult. We've created a guide on what you'll need to work off-campus.
Privacy and Information Security Training
Privacy & information security training is mandatory for those who use UBC Electronic Information and Systems.
Institutional data is a strategic asset for UBC. Read about the data governance program and the people involved to better understand how UBC is working to ensure data is managed and protected at UBC.
A variety of software and hardware are available free or at a discounted rate for the university community.
Home Drive Storage Service
Home Drive Storage offers 20GB of free storage so you can securely store your personal files to a central service.
Create virtual meeting spaces, share information and create content together using video conferencing, group chat, and real-time collaboration using Microoft Office applications.
Teaching and Learning
Learning Technology Hub
The Learning Technology Hub (also known as the LT Hub) is a central resource where faculty and staff can explore the learning technology tools available to them at UBC—for use in traditional classrooms, blended courses, and fully online learning. We can be reached by email at Lt.firstname.lastname@example.org, in a virtual Zoom drop in, or by phone at 604.827.1547.
Audio Visual & Creative Media
Audio Visual Services
Audio Visual Services provides AV technical user support, equipment rentals and sales, event support, video conferencing, media/lecture capture, and live streaming services.
The UBC IT Web Services (UBCITWS) designs, develops and supports Drupal websites for the campus community that are hosted by the UBCITWS Team.
Need IT help? Contact us by phone at 604.822.2008 or submit a request at https://web.it.ubc.ca/forms/isf/. Follow us on @UBCIToutages on Twitter for the latest updates on service outages and incidents.