U of A Tech Services

Welcome to the Faculty of Education at the University of Alberta! The following resources provide you with an overview of the core technologies that will form the backbone of your life on campus.

The University of Alberta uses the Google Apps for Education suite of applications which includes Mail, Calendar, Drive, Sites and Groups. All students, faculty and staff are provided with an apps@ualberta account making these applications available...
Bear Tracks is the online self-access portal for information and processes required by the Registrar's Office and Human Resources.  Students can add or drop courses, print a course schedule, pay fees and more. Instructors access their...
The Faculty of Education and the University of Alberta are busy places and you’ll want to stay informed. With technology tools, it's easy to stay up to date with the latest news. Here are some tips to get you started:
Your Campus Computing ID (CCID) is your unique identifier and grants you access to most computer-based services on campus. It is automatically assigned to you and generally contains some part of your first and/or last name. 
eClass is the University of Alberta's centrally supported learning management system, an online environment that provides educators with a range of tools to manage and promote learning. eclass is currently powered by Moodle.Instructors in face-to-...
If you need technical support or help with implementing educational technology in your work or studies, help is available within the Faculty of Education and across campus!
If you are on campus, you can access the Internet either through public computers or with your personal devices.There are several locations within the Faculty of Education that provide desktop computers with internet access. Most now offer the...
You'll find public printers in or near most computer labs and libraries on campus. We also have one in the Education Learning Commons. Most require payment with your ONEcard
The University of Alberta's library system is extensive and one of the best you'll find. Each library offers computer work stations, scanning, printing and copying, and very helpful, tech savvy staff. The Library’s website is also a powerful...
The Unversity of Alberta provides wireless network service across campus.  This service is known as UWS (University Wireless Service). You can connect either through an authenticated connection that requires a log in using your CCID and...