Underneath all the pomp and circumstance of the commencement ceremony, cables and wireless routers are quietly keeping affairs in order. From providing reliable network access for guests and press to making sure students receive the correct diplomas, the Office of the CIO collaborates with multiple areas of campus to assist the graduation process.
This Valentine’s Day, Ohio State will offer free biometric health screenings and education sessions to faculty and staff on February 14 as well as providing a heart-health information session on February 15
Collaboration and information sharing is key to the success of our faculty, staff, and students. Many people across campus see the power of cloud-based storage tools to facilitate collaboration and research across OSU and with institutions around the world. In working with IT organizations across the campus, we recognized that coming together for a One University solution was the only way we could truly address this need.
The OCIO's Learning Technology team is looking forward to hosting Innovate 2013. We invite instructors from all departments to contribute to this annual conference on technology in teaching and learning.
Cybercrime is frequently in the news, a topic everyone is aware of and most have taken action on, protecting personal information on our home computers. It is a type of robbery, and though the intentions of the crime have not changed, tactics have moved from in-person theft or con artistry to phishing e-mails, mobile device malware, and complex, highly organized criminal operations.
The OCIO’s Learning Technology team is looking forward to hosting Innovate 2013. Instructors from all departments are invited to contribute to this annual conference on technology in teaching and learning. In past years Innovate has showcased the best examples of effective technology adoption at Ohio State, and this year’s “engage” theme will be no exception.
Ohio State’s operations, developments, and resources have immense value. Examples include intellectual property from research, patient medical records, and personal information used for outreach and communications. Every member of the university community is responsible for keeping it secure.