With the release of eTimesheet and eLeave, university timekeeping processes will be simplified and streamlined. These web-based applications, developed in partnership by the offices of Business and Finance and Chief Information Officer, began rolling out across campus in June after several successful pilots within the colleges of Arts and Sciences and Engineering, as well as with Enrollment Services and Undergraduate Education.
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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.
Hey Buckeyes, put campus in your pocket with the OSU Mobile app. Easy access to everything Ohio State offers, from viewing your grades to finding the nearest pizza shop. It’s free!
OSU Mobile apps are a suite of free mobile applications geared toward providing information about the university - to go. Information found on the university web site is now integrated into a single set of mobile applications.
A critical defect in one of the Identity and Access Management (IdM) system connectors was identified during the June 24-26 cutover activities prompting OCIO to suspend the launch of my.osu.edu until it can be resolved. The university community should wait for further announcement on its availability.
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.
In late April, the College of Education and Human Ecology (EHE) completed an extensive renovation of the Edgar Dale Media Center in Ramseyer Hall to create the College Commons. EHE Dean Cheryl Achterberg saw a need for space where students, faculty and staff could meet, work and create. The renovated space is now an open and inviting technology-enabled learning space.
Beginning spring quarter, complimentary Wi-Fi services will be available on campus for use by the general public. The university has partnered with AT&T to provide complimentary Wi-Fi hotspots on Ohio State’s Columbus campus. The Wi-Fi hotspots will allow wireless access for visitors.
The offices of Business and Finance and Chief Information Officer have partnered to simplify and streamline university procurement processes by bringing eRequest to Ohio State. eRequest provides a simplified front-end interface to the purchasing process for faculty and staff, with workflow that will route requests for approval and fulfillment.
OCIO’s team members, with input from the eLearning Strategic Implementation Committee, OCIO Advisory Community, and several colleges and departments, are 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.
Update: Time Warner Cable and Sinclair Broadcast Group reached a new multi-year agreement on January 15. The new agreement ends the dispute between Sinclair and Time Warner in the weeks leading up to the original Dec. 31 expiration of the contract. Since Time Warner and Sinclair came to an agreement, no changes will occur.
Beginning January 16, Ohio State University digital cable TV subscribers could see channel lineup changes for ABC and Fox networks due to contract disputes between Time Warner Cable and Sinclair Broadcast Group.