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IU students, faculty and staff can download Read&Write Gold literacy software at no charge through IUware (touch for more >>)

IU has unveiled a new software license that makes literacy tools available to everyone. Read&Write Gold is assistive software specifically designed to help with reading and writing. The software will read aloud a variety of materials, from a Word doc or PDF file to web pages and screen shots.

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Don’t miss out! Register now for Statewide IT

Statewide IT is the one chance a year you get to hobnob with your IT colleagues from ALL of IU’s campuses, up close and in person. They do what you do, only someplace else. They may have tricks up their sleeve you never dreamed of trying. Statewide IT is the place to find out!

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More IT news and events for August 27. 2014

Get acquainted with Canvas, the successor to Oncourse; Register now for Statewide IT; Presentation: 60 minutes with the National Science Foundation, September 4; Consult with UITS Research Technologies every Thursday beginning 9/4 in the Scholars’ Commons of the Herman B Wells Library from 10am-6pm; App teaches about forces that shaped passage of Civil Rights Act; IU experts teach at African Grid School

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Over the summer, the IU Department of Biology and NCGAS teamed up to host a bioinformatics clinic (touch for more >>)

From July 14 to 18, IU biology students, postdocs, staff, and faculty attended sessions on next-generation sequencing genomics, cyberinfrastructure, bioinformatics software and more in a short-course format.

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Rob Quick and Kyle Gross taught high throughput computing in the 2014 African Grid School (touch for more >>)

Physics students from across Africa are converging in Senegal to learn advanced computing techniques from two IU experts. Rob Quick, manager of high throughput computing (HTC), and Kyle Gross, HTC operations support lead, will travel overseas as part of their participation in the 2014 African Grid School taking place at Cheikh Anta Diop University in Dakar, Senegal.

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We have LEGO® robots

Registration is open for Statewide IT 2014. Come learn from your colleagues and enjoy a little playtime, too.

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More IT news and events for July 30, 2014

GE partners with Kelley School for IT leadership program; McRobbie to be honored by Australia’s Griffith University; IU signs licensing agreement to expand Critical Web Reader globally

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More IT news and events for July 16, 2014

Check out the latest Dell deals for IU faculty, staff, and students; and more news and events

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Statewide IT registration opens July 15

Save the dates (October 7-8), reserve your room at the IMU Biddle Hotel and Conference Center, and register for the conference beginning July 15.

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More IT news and events for July 2, 2014

IU Bioinformatics Clinic; The Media School debuts; Von Welch named new leader of IU’s Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research

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IU co-founds new digital learning consortium

Indiana University has joined with three other leading US research universities to form the Unizin consortium.

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More IT news and events

Introduction to High Performance Computing; IU Libraries archive launches digital exhibition of World War II propaganda films; In case you missed the last newsletter

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IU joins Unizin, a new education technology services partnership

Indiana University has joined with three other leading U.S. research universities to form the Unizin consortium to provide a suite of services for courses, online learning and big data analytics aimed at significantly improving the way educational content is shared across institutions and ultimately delivered to students.

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