About Us

Our Mission

Tech Help (previously known as IT4U), is a program to assist students in their technology needs while at the U of S. The goal of this service is to improve the learning experience for you, by identifying issues you, as students, have with IT skills, IT access, and IT services; by reporting those issues; and by addressing those issues.

Tech Help provides:

listAwareness and training within new systems or systems new to you  (e.g., Wikis, BBLearnBlog ServiceSurveys etc).
listOnline, self-directed learning, group training at your request (get a study group together and contact us) and training for entire classes at the request of the instructor.
listThird party applications assistance; Campus-wide distributed applications assistance; computer tech issues assistance.

We have partnered with the Service DeskGwenna Moss Centre for
Teaching Effectiveness
Disability Services for Students and the Library.

What kind of stuff?

Ask Us or the Help Desk:

Do you have a question about using software or your computer? Are you struggling to submit an assignment, to insert a clear image into PowerPoint or Word, or have trouble with an essay requiring APA formatting? Help yourself by using the online training videos at lynda.usask.ca. We are creating custom playlists to assist you, targeting specific helpful videos. Contact us via email or the Service Desk if you have questions.

Workshop Sessions:

Workshops are less than an hour in length and provide an opportunity for groups to learn a specific topic. We have various topics you have identified as needed by you and our Peer Tech Help conduct these sessions.  You may attend any and all of the workshops, we just ask that you sign-up to ensure we have a spot for you.

See what is available and sign up now.

How to Contact Us

We are accessible via email.

Calendar of Events

Check the monitors in Murray for Tech Help events.

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