All SIS students, faculty and staff should report issues/requests to C&IT by submitting a request here.
The C&IT Help Desk can be reached at 313-577-4357 or email@example.com.
Technology is a crucial component of each SIS class. In order for SIS students to be successful, they must have daily access to a computer and the Internet throughout their time in the program. All incoming students must meet the School's computer competencies, as well as its minimum computer hardware and software requirements before the first day of class.
Digital Media Projects Lab (DMPL)
For information about the Digital Media Projects Lab (DMPL), please refer to the DMPL page or contact Kimberly Schroeder at firstname.lastname@example.org
Software for SIS Students
Enrolled students in the School of Information Sciences are eligible for free software for use toward the completion of the MLIS and Graduate Certificates. Information on SIS Student Software can be found here.
- Microsoft Office 365 Download Site - Microsoft Office for your Mac or PC, available to all Wayne State Students.
- Microsoft Azure Dev Tools - (formerly called Microsoft Imagine) - Windows OS, Visio, Expression Studio, and other Microsoft software.
- Wayne State University Software Clearinghouse - Free and discounted software for Wayne State students.
Click here to view our list of tutorials for common SIS-related technology tasks.
Information about the SIS Student Web Server
Click here to view our FAQs about the SIS Student web server.