About OCIO

The Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) provides services to help Ohio State faculty, students and staff use technologies in learning, teaching, research and administrative settings. The primary role of the OCIO is to serve as a catalyst in working with the campus community to leverage technology to advance and support the mission and goals of the university.

The Office of Distance Education and eLearning (ODEE), sister organization to OCIO, is charged with providing students, both on and off campus, with an enriched educational experience through technology-ready classrooms, centralized learning systems, innovations in technological pedagogy and distance education opportunities.

Leadership & Teams

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