Telecommunications and Networking is housed in Administrative Technologies, effective December 3, 2012. Information will remain on the OAT site during this transition period.
Telecommunications and Networking is the campus resource for communication technologies at Illinois State University. We offer services such as wiring, telephones, Internet connectivity, wireless access, remote access, reporting, and so much more.
A new online departmental directory service called "eDirectory" is now available. This service is an online repository of departmental contact information and is a substitute for what historically has been provided through printed campus telephone books. eDirectory provides an alphabetical or hierarchical listing of department and subunit names with related staffing content and can be found on the web at eDirectory.IllinoisState.edu or through My.IllinoisState.edu.
Since eDirectory replaces the printed campus telephone directory, individuals or departments may alter online contact information as often as needed through an online request form found on the web at My.IllinoisState.edu/eDirectory or by following the link on the eDirtectory website. Please note that the content maintained by eDirectory is independent of information maintained within iPeople and PeopleFinder. [Temporarily, for making changes to the departmental listings, fill out this eDirectory Update Form on-line, save, attach the document in an email, and send it to eDirectory@ilstu.edu (or print the form and send it to Campus Box 3500).]
For information about how to navigate the eDirectory service, a University Computer Help Desk knowledge-base article is available on the web at Helpdesk.IllinoisState.edu/phone. If you encounter problems using this service, please contact the University Helpdesk for assistance.
The role of Telecommunications and Networking is to provide an effective electronic communications infrastructure and related services that are responsive to the University's mission to teach, learn, and research. Services include: