Students faced challenges accessing the internet during finals week of fall semester.
More than 30 classrooms are scheduled for technology upgrades as part of the push.
Officials said USC’s network was slow Monday because of Festival of Books preparations.
An electrical problem caused multiple IT systems to shut down at 7:45 a.m. Tuesday.
E-mail, phone, blackboard and most website services have now been restored.
Lynda.com provides in-depth tutorials to some of the most commonly used web programs.
ITS is working to upgrade wireless availability on all academic buildings at USC.
Students say the Internet disruption stopped them from doing homework at night.
The changes were made after interviews with students and faculty who use the classrooms.
Improvements to the lab include space for personal laptops and group study rooms.