Fresh off last week’s announcement of pioneering eTexts agreements, IU made an additional agreement with McGraw-Hill Education to deliver eTexts for students on all IU campuses.
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Registration for the September 28th conference closes soon, so please reserve a space now to learn about some of the hottest topics in IT. Our upcoming conference will offer workshops on SharePoint, UniCom, Microsoft Project, digital magazine publishing, HTML5, client virtualization, and IU’s Web Content Management System (WCMS).
Brian McDonald, president of Maximizing Organizational Resources (MOR) Associates, will kick off day two of the Statewide IT Conference with a presentation on “Leading In Times of Change.”
If you would like to consider eTexts for your spring 2012 courses, let us know.
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SharePoint at IU delivers university-run, secure cloud computing. The quality of your experience with SharePoint depends on using a supported web browser that is configured correctly.
Dr. Mimi Ito, headliner for IU’s 16th annual Statewide IT Conference, will provide insights into broad shifts in how today’s youth are learning and engaging with new media.
Want to learn more about eTexts at IU? You’re invited: IU Bloomington: 3pm, September 8, IMU, State Room East; IUPUI: 10am, September 9, University Library, UL 0130.
Be sure to register for this year’s Statewide IT Conference, September 29 and 30 (Thursday and Friday) at IU Bloomington.
The Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning is forming three new Faculty Learning Communities focused on Service-Learning and Technology, Teaching and Learning with Mobile Tablets, and Innovation in Large Courses.
The infrastructure behind UniCom, IU’s unified communication, has been updated to Microsoft Lync. If you currently use Communicator for Windows, you will want to take advantage of all the new features in the new Lync client.
Worried about textbook costs? So is IU. That’s why the university recently signed agreements with several textbook publishers to dramatically reduce the costs of digital textbook and online content (eTexts) options for students.