Carmen, Ohio State’s Learning Management System, is used by thousands of academic instructors a year to organize and enhance their courses. Many of Carmen’s functions could be useful for a student organization as well.
Author: Elizabeth Ramos
The College of Social Work is putting instructors to the test in their newest learning technology project. iPads were provided to faculty and staff college-wide last month, as well as the first of many collaborative training sessions through the Office of the Chief Information Officer. Teaching, research, community practice, and productivity are the focus areas for the initiative, with an emphasis on using iPads at a higher level than their toyish reputation implies.
Adapting to Student Learning Styles
The days of remembering one username for Carmen and another for logging on to OSU Wireless are behind us. As the Office of the Chief Information Officer continues its password synchronization initiatives, OSU Wireless will soon be accessible only with an Ohio State Username (lastname.#) and password. We are expiring the separate credentials previously used for wireless access: the name.#w usernames and passwords.
Data privacy is something that we all must embrace as part of our daily lives. From the way we pay for our groceries to the federal legislation efforts to safeguard online reputations, data privacy has a growing impact on our lives. The Office of the Chief Information Officer is taking part in this initiative, recognizing January 2012 as Data Privacy Month. Test your data privacy know-how and you could win a prize.