Information Services believes in our motto of "We Listen, We Care, We Respond".  As part of this we are always looking for ways to improve how we communicate change to our community.  To help our users we are identifying places that you can expect messages from IS.  

IS Website

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On our homepage, we post news and updates regarding services and support. See the slider for news relating to technology at UP. The highlights below the slider will provide additional information on tools, software, or services that are of value to the community. Check back often for updates!


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Email is one of the key tools used to communicate change at UP. Mass email notices are sent based upon user groups and comply with UP's mass email policy (see the IS Policies Page).

Pilots UP

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To compliment the email messaging you will find some of our messages in the Pilots Announcements.

Mobile App

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Access University of Portland info and services anytime, anywhere with UP Mobile. Featuring news, calendars, sports, and maps, as well as course information, local bus schedules, and campus dining menus, this app will help you stay up-to-date on campus events and help you access important University of Portland services. It's available on the App Store for iPhone and iPad and on Google Play for Android devices.


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Information services posts important messages and announcements in upbeata publication of the marketing department at the University of Portland. upbeat is updated every Monday.

UP Tech Talk

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UP Tech Talk - Stay on top of all of the latest edtech news you can use at UP.  Find out about new tools for teaching and learning or interesting articles on trends in higher ed and technology.  Peer in on current pilot projects that will enable you to do more with less stress and effort. Take a sneak peek at new or upcoming features to the products you’re using now.  You can even listen to the archive of ear catching TechTalk podcast episodes featuring interviews with UP faculty.