|Photo Information: The cupola on ECU's campus is a double-sized replica of the domed roof structure that once crowned the top of the original Austin Building, one of the first buildings constructed on campus which was used for classrooms and administrative offices. It was torn down in 1969.|
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Information Technology and Computing Services (ITCS) is committed to providing excellent information technology infrastructure and services for faculty, staff, students, and alumni.
To help you get started with technology at ECU, be sure to visit the "New to ECU: Faculty & Staff" web page for important information on technology-enhanced classrooms, ECU network access, university-licensed software, technology training, your networked Piratedrive (for storing files), learning platforms, multimedia resources, virtual learning environments, the IT Help Desk, and much more.
Communication is the key to success in any endeavor, and we regularly distribute useful technology announcements and updates through a variety of channels, such as:
Please visit the ITCS web site often for the most up-to-date information regarding new technology services and resources available to the ECU community! There you will also find guidelines and policies that will impact your computing activity at ECU. To learn about ITCS training opportunities, be sure to visit IT Training Services. Training registration is now available through Cornerstone, ECU’s employee training system.
We hope that each of you has a successful academic year and that the ECU computing infrastructure and services will help facilitate that success.
Information Technology and Computing Services
Overview of ITCS services and resources