You don’t have to be a grad student to use the Big Red II supercomputer, Data Capacitor II high-performance storage, Science on a Sphere, virtual reality theaters, or IQ-wall ultra-high resolution displays. The deadline for fall applications is September 30.
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Learn to lead, manage, and be part of successful project teams in today’s changing world.
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!
Learn how to present with Adobe Connect, a web conferencing app that lets you conduct live meetings and deliver online presentations to multiple users. Topics covered include tips for effective screen sharing, recording your presentation, and engaging participants.
All IU faculty, staff, and students can access more than 2,000 video-based courses from lynda.com at no charge. UITS IT Training is co-hosting a webinar with lynda.com to help you get the most out of your lynda.com experience.
Undergraduate call for proposals to use advanced computing facilities at IU; Game on; Intro to HPC@IU; Introductory Parallel Programming for Supercomputers
So much happened while you were away! And for you new guys, there’s so much to tell you! This newsletter is a good start. Here’s a quick rundown of what you need to know >>
UITS IT Training offers several no-cost ways to stay on top of the latest software. Workshops, classes, webinars, and online learning offer options to fit your needs and schedule.
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.
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.
The fall schedule is now live on the UITS IT Training website. Get a head start on the new school year with some short webinars on IU systems like Box, IU eTexts, Windows 8.1, IUanyWare, and ePortfolio.
Register now for the 2014 Technology Exchange in Indy October 26-30
Registration is open for Statewide IT 2014. Come learn from your colleagues and enjoy a little playtime, too.