The new University E-mail Service delivers integrated e-mail and calendaring services that simplify communications and unify faculty and staff across all organizational units and campuses. The service is being rolled-out to the university in three phases, and College of Social Work Dean Tom Gregoire said the new service was well worth waiting for.
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According to industry experts, we are in the midst of a revolution in medical education. Catherine Lucey, interim dean for the OSU College of Medicine, and educators from Emory University, Northeastern University, and San Diego State University recently shared their experiences on how mobility is changing the way universities work. The talks were held during AcademiX, a live video conference that brought presenters and audiences together.
No evidence personal data acquired
Ohio State University is notifying past and present students, faculty, staff and others that a university computer server was illegally accessed by unauthorized individuals. Because there is no evidence that any information was taken, the university does not believe that this incident will result in identity theft for any of the affected individuals. However, it is taking a cautious approach and choosing to offer free credit protection services.
OCIO staff in Learning Technology, with initial input from personnel in several colleges and departments, have been developing a university-wide eLearning Inventory. When completed, this resource will be a searchable and sortable web site where people can find out what eLearning tools are in use at Ohio State. All units - campuses, colleges, departments, and other organizations - that provide eLearning tools for their instructional staff will be invited to contribute to and use this shared resource.
Please join the OCIO’s Digital Union for these November workshops as we continue to celebrate the Year of eLearning.