Learning Technologies, in the Office of the Chief Information Officer, invites you to attend Innovate, our annual conference featuring the best uses of technology in teaching and learning at universities and colleges across the Midwest. Held on April 12, the event will be hosted at the Leed Certified Nationwide and Ohio Farm Bureau 4-H Center
November 3 (3:30-5 p.m.) at 600 Ackerman Rd. (Medical Center)
The IT Security tour of campus 2011 continues this month with a stop at the OSU Medical Center building at 600 Ackerman Rd. Thanks to Tre Smith and the OSU Medical Center for hosting our monthly meeting.
The gathering will take place in room E2038 and will cover the usual topics along with a presentation from Kaspersky engineers on the capabilities of the company's Anti-malware detection solution (the same engine powers Microsoft's Forefront product).
Download and print your own 2012 Ohio State holiday calendar from the Office of the Chief Information Officer. The calendar, available at it.osu.edu/12calendar.pdf, highlights commencements, quarter start dates, and the university holidays.
Join Microsoft on October 21 for a demonstration of how familiar tools such as Office 2010, Windows 7, Windows Live, Microsoft Research, and Office Labs can make information more useable, flexible, available and valuable. Learn how to use these tools in the classroom and in social networks to encourage collaboration among students and faculty to publish, share, and coauthor.
Come join the Digital Storytelling Program for a showcase of recently created stories on a wide variety of topics. Faculty and staff from across Ohio State will present the works they created during intensive immersion workshops in storytelling and production techniques. Several of the stories will highlight the immigration memories of Ohio State faculty, and one will highlight the experiences of an undocumented immigrant artist who participated in Professor Peter Shane’s "Information Stories" workshop.
Folks looking for a copy of the slides presented at the September 1 Security Working Group can find them at http://www.infosec.ohio-state.edu/pmwiki/uploads/InformationSecurity/LANDesk-Sept-Secwog.pdf.
The slides include an overview of the LANDesk product suite and specifically cover information about the product's IT Security related features.
The months seems to drift by these days. Lots of activities within the IT Security space. Rather than continue with the more droll policy and process discussions, this month we're focusing on the university's chosen standard tool for Inventory & Asset management - LANDesk.
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.
The theme “Enhancing Student Engagement” will inspire the participants at the Office of the Chief Information Officer’s (OCIO) second Innovate Conference. This April 27 conference is an event to build connections and share ideas about the role of technology in teaching and learning and culminates the Year of eLearning at Ohio State.
The CIO Advisory Community, representing IT leaders and interested faculty and researchers from across the university, was invited to engage in a community conversation on how the university could advance the IT Security Framework and define recommendations to increase the university’s level of maturity in IT security.