Whether you're faculty, student or staff, information technology (IT) is a major part of your daily life. The BruinTech seminar series is committed to bringing timely, quality presentations on the IT issues that impact your work. We promise to keep the seminars free of jargon, TLAs (three-letter acronyms) and concepts that require a technical background. Instead, these sessions will be informative, relevant and aimed at making IT issues more understandable.
Learn about the magic of remote/virtual computing.
UCLA on iTunes U: Expanding the Classroom
Faculty speakers offer insights on using podcasting & webcasting in the classroom.
Don’t be the phish!
Learn how to avoid getting phished, and what to do if you are. Protect your identity!
The UCLA Logon ID
Learn about the new UCLA Logon ID, what it is, why you want one and what its future is in UCLA’s electronic world.
Navigating the Portal
UCLA's Campus Services web portal provides easy, quick access to business & services information for staff, faculty, students, alumni, visitors and patrons. Discover some great tips and hints that help you find the information you need when you need it.
Survivor's Guide to Security Standards: Don't get thrown off UCLA's Island
UCLA has a variety of technology resources that are desired by some scary and malevolent outsiders. In order to make sure everything is safe and available for Bruins, we need to make sure that you are accessing those resources in accordance with minimum standards.
Get Started Podcasting
Professor Tim Groeling of Communication Studies, Bill Aberbuch of UCLA Recreation, Jonathan Curtiss of Student & Campus Life, and Jay Matheson of Apple presented the secrets of good podcasting. BruinTech's seminar handouts and other materials can show you how easy and worthwhile it is!
Better Home Computing
Campus tech experts will help you set up your home computer for safe connection to the campus network, the value of virus and spam prevention software, great performance and wireless connection.
Protect your Identity!
There are ten million new victims of identity theft every year. Learn about:
- Safeguarding your personal information
- Avoiding ID theft online
- Protecting your financial credit
- Restoring your identity and managing loss