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The Summer of Networking (SoN) internship program is transitioning into an academic program this summer. The program will consist of two for-credit classes through the School of Informatics and Computing, and it’s open to all IU students. Class size is limited and students will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.
IUPUI University Library Dean David Lewis recognized as visionary, leader in library innovation (touch for more >>)
IUPUI University Library Dean David Lewis argued in a College & Research Libraries article that the rapid evolution of information technology employed in teaching, learning and research presages a “fundamental change” in higher education that will require academic libraries to be less concerned with “the automation of old systems” and more concerned with the “restructuring of institutions.”
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.
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
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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.
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.
Professors Megan Mahowald and Deborah Getz had surprises waiting when their students showed up in January. Both instructors distributed tablets to their classes as part of a semester-long pilot project.
IU is piloting a program to see if a classroom can go paperless by using tablets.
Online library Course Guides are an easy way to connect students with relevant library resources and services for their courses, while also providing instructional materials about the research process.