The department is comprised of the following offices:
Campus Information Technology Offices
Campus Information Technology offices are located at the Brooklyn and Post campuses to provide faculty, students, staff and administrators with a wide-range of technology support services. Our resources and methods of access are detailed among these pages. Each campus HelpDesk is responsible for distributing all hardware and software to faculty and staff, maintaining scores of general access and discipline-specific student computing locations, and supporting these resources throughout the academic year. The campus departments of Information Technology are also staffed by professionals who can assist with all your questions, both the general and specific, concerning email, PeopleSoft, Blackboard, Sharepoint, My LIU systems, telephone and telecommunications, the card1 system, purchasing, and the myriad other computing resources made available to the LIU Community.
While the campus HelpDesk is always a good starting point for finding answers to your questions, additional resource locations have been created to provide hands-on, 1:1 assistance. For staff and faculty, the ITRC at Brooklyn and at Post serves multiple functions for exposing instructors and administrators to new technologies and increasing their fluency both in the classroom and in support of the classroom. Workshops offered each semester are designed to extend individual capability in widely-used applications like Blackboard, Sharepoint, and office productivity software.The ITRC staff also meet with small groups by department, or individuals, to consult on improving both the efficiency and ease of working within an ever-expanding range of tools.
Student support through Browse
Faculty/Staff support through ITRC
Technology Infrastructure Office
The Technology Infrastructure Office is responsible for building, maintaining and safeguarding the University’s computer and telecommunication networks. Staff members are distributed across the University locations to maintain all aspects of networked devices, telephone services and video services on LIUNET, the University’s network. This Office also creates and upholds technology security policies, procedures and controls to keep the University’s data safe and to optimize the functionality of its hardware, software and other technological resources. This group also handles disaster recovery operations.
Information Systems Office
The Information Systems Office plays a significant role in advancing the University’s Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system. Utilizing Oracle’s PeopleSoft solutions, it has partnered with the Project Management Office and administrative departments across the University to integrate general ledger, purchasing and accounts payables, human resources, payroll and student administrative information functions. This office is responsible for maintaining all administrative applications and large-scale systems. Information Systems continues to respond to the needs of University students, faculty, staff members and administrators by providing additional state-of-the art, self-service functionalities.
Project Management Office
The Project Management Office supports University initiatives in collaboration with University offices through the integration and coordination of project management methodologies and information technology, aiming to improve University business processes and to increase efficiency through the use of technology.