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Informational resources, learning activities and awareness programs are offered to support the specific and general information needs of campus technology users.

Training, Education and Awareness (TEA) services provide a variety of products and programs including Information Security Forums, student orientation sessions and materials, technical forums, safe computing clinics and workshops.

Inquiries & Questions
Assistance with other issues related to this service can be requested using this form. Upon submission, this form creates a record in our tracking system and it will be routed to the appropriate resource for response. Faculty and staff can first contact their Tier 1 or departmental technology support. For immediate assistance with service disruptions during normal business hours, please call (405) 271-2203 or (888) 435-7486.