We have a sparkling new system for faculty to input and track software requests for Student Technology Centers (STCs), partner labs, IUware, and IUanyWare. Check it out soon! Requests for software for the 2014-15 academic year are due by May 1.
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All regular workshops and webinars are free to the statewide IU community
UITS Research Technologies participates in IUPUI Research Day April 11; Online training — SAS: The Basics, April 10, 9am-noon; Listen to Talk Nerdy to me, episode 9; New addition to IU Mobile app shares information on campus energy use; IU genome center sheds light on North Atlantic fishery decline
Find out how UITS Teaching and Learning Technologies supports every stage of creating an online course or program
Learn the basics of page design and layout in a collaborative environment. Work with others to determine what a successful layout looks like and explore the best way to convey your message in print.
UITS Support Center will no longer be registering Windows XP devices to the IU network.
Indiana University has received an $882,000 grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation for the Kuali Open Library Environment, an open-source, community-based library software system created by a partnership of some of the nation’s leading university libraries.
IT Training is offering several March and April SharePoint workshops, both online and in person. You’ll see what SharePoint looks like from a practical perspective, learn how to manage departmental SharePoint sites, and use Nintex to create workflows. You can also learn how to work with lists and libraries, upload files, and control document editing and versions.
Indiana University has received an $882,000 grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation for the Kuali Open Library Environment (OLE). Kuali OLE is an open-source, community-based library management system designed by and for research and academic libraries to oversee and provide access to their growing collections.
One.IU, Indiana University’s new app store for its online services, has been named a finalist in IDG’s Consumerization of IT in the Enterprise (CITE) awards program.
IU has received an $882,000 grant from the Mellon Foundation for the Kuali Open Library Environment. (touch for more >>)
With this grant, the OLE team will work to expand the community of libraries partnering with the project, while also continuing to fine-tune software with an eye toward the version 2.0 release later this year. The University of Chicago and Lehigh University will be the first implementers of OLE in summer of 2014.
One.IU, IU’s new app store for its online services, is one of seven finalists for an IDG award that recognizes organizations using consumer-inspired technologies to solve real business problems. One.IU is the only university service in the running.
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