As part of the university's ongoing efforts to protect sensitive personal information, the 19-digit code on student, staff and faculty BuckID cards has been classified as restricted data. This is not the 8- or 9-digit student or staff ID number, but the 19-digit code that corresponds with the magnetic strip on the cards and provides access to funds, meal plans, and door access.
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If you have an idea for a mobile application but aren't sure how to approach the process, the OCIO's Digital Union can help you determine if a mobile app is right for your needs. What are the challenges and benefits of cross-platform development? Would a website work just as well? Explore these and other considerations in the design of a mobile tool during this discussion-based workshop at 10 a.m. Tuesday (8/23) in 060 SEL.
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To enhance a student's learning experience and advance collaborative teaching and learning, Ohio State's Knowlton School of Architecture (KSA) creatively blended technology into their open studio environment. KSA created an online studio environment that includes two specialized web applications that house the Digital Library, a collection of educational digital media that supports the curricula and is host to both the School's Open Educational Resources and KSA Community.
The Office of the Chief Information Officer’s Senior Director for Enterprise Applications, Andy Jackson, is leaving Ohio State on July 12 to join Allied Electronics in Ft. Worth, Texas, as Vice President and Chief Information Officer.
Chief Information Officer Kathy Starkoff said, "Jackson has the proven ability to be an outstanding CIO
Fisher College of Business is in the process of transforming courses for delivery in a hybrid or online setting, blending both face-to-face interaction with educational technologies and online content. Says Fisher College of Business Dean Christine A. Poon, “As the practice of business evolves, so must our efforts to engage students in meaningful ways.”