Teaching and Learning Remotely
While many classes on campus have returned to in-person delivery, some courses are still being offered remotely. Visit our "Teaching and Learning Remotely" page for information for both faculty and students on how to teach and learn remotely.Teaching and Learning Remotely
Connecting, Collaborating, and Working Remotely
IT Services provides many resources to assist staff members who have opted to work remotely. Check out our Connecting, Collaborating, and Working Remotely guide for more information on how IT Services can help.Remote Work Guide
Available Tools and Software
In support of Queen’s Strategic Plan, the university has increased funding for enterprise-wide teaching and learning software. The increase in funding allows IT Services to provide the Queen's community access to tools and software at no cost.Available Tools and Software
IT Services provides many services to the Queen's community. Availability of services depends on your role within the university (i.e. student, faculty, staff or department). The catalog indicates who is eligible for what service.Service Catalog
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