iTunes U: In Depth Upload Files for Posting to iTunes U

In Depth: Upload Files for Posting to iTunes U

iTunes U Content Administrators have the ability to upload audio files, video files, and PDF files to a file share for transfer to CSSD, which will then post them to iTunes U. This page provides instructions.

Important: Before uploading files, please ensure you have submitted the iTunes U Content Request form , which is received once you have received proper approval.

Faculty Information System: How to Access the Service

Access this Service

  1. Log in to My Pitt (my.pitt.edu) with your University Computing Account username and password.
  2. Click Faculty Information System on the right-hand side of the page.
  3. If you are a new user: Follow onscreen prompts to enter, save, and confirm your delegates and import your publications.

Faculty Information System: How to Create an Annual Review Report

Annual Report

The Faculty Information System lets you easily create an annual review report for your department chair or dean. In addition to information from your CV, the reports can contain information about goals and accomplishments.

To create an annual report:

Software Distribution Services


CSSD works with software companies to negotiate site license agreements and cost savings for University students and employees. In addition, CSSD ensures that all software made available in the labs and classrooms is licensed appropriately for the intended use.

Installing the Pitt Printing Client


The Pitt Printing Service enables students to send print jobs from any location to Pitt Print Stations available in the CSSD Computing Labs and various remote locations across campus including all residence halls. You can print from Computing Labs and Computer Kiosks, as well as from almost any device with an Internet connection whether you are on or off campus. Visit Pitt Printing for a complete list of Pitt Print Station locations.

Email: Read My Pitt Email on your phone or tablet

You can set up your smartphone or tablet to access your My Pitt Email. We recommend you connect your mobile device using ActiveSync. ActiveSync is the most commonly used connection method and allows you to access your email, calendar, and contacts.

SecureZIP: Getting Started (Windows)


This document will help you begin using PKWARE’s SecureZIP, a compression and encryption tool for Windows that does the following:

Computrace LoJack: Using Computrace LoJack to Protect Your Windows Laptop


This document explains how to use Computrace LoJack for Laptops® to help in the recovery of your Windows laptop in the event of theft or loss. LoJack is a software application available at no cost to University of Pittsburgh students and allows your laptop to be traced in the event that it is ever lost or stolen. LoJack is available via the Software Download Service at My Pitt.