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Bill Barnett leaving NCGAS to be first Indiana CTSI and Regenstrief Chief Research Informatics Officer (read more at go.iu.edu/CkO)

William K. Barnett, Ph.D. has been named Chief Research Informatics Officer, a newly-established joint position within the Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute and the Regenstrief Institute, with the goal of integrating and advancing the two organizations’ research informatics efforts to support improved health care.

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IU wins Innovators Award for OneCampus, the commercial spinoff of One.IU (read more at go.iu.edu/CkF)

OneCampus, the commercial counterpart of One.IU app store for online services, has been named a 2015 Campus Technology Innovators awardee in the IT Infrastructure and Systems category. The product was made commercially available in partnership with rSmart, a technology solutions provider.

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UITS promoting ‘Go Paperless’ initiative to IU Bloomington (touch for more or read more at go.iu.edu/zmq)

At IU Bloomington’s current rate of copy paper consumption, the university would have to clear cut a fully-stocked forest the size of Dunn’s Woods each semester just to keep up. The campus used 70 million pieces of paper in 2013, a figure that UITS is working to change through an informational campaign ahead of a campuswide “Go Paperless” challenge this fall.

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Make the move to One.IU – OneStart retiring in October (touch for more or read more at itnews.iu.edu)

For years, OneStart has been the place to go to take care of important IU business, like seeing your paycheck, putting in requisition requests, and entering your time, among lots of other things. We’ll be bidding farewell to OneStart this October. It’s been replaced by One.IU, which brings a sleek app store experience to IU services. One.IU launched in October 2013, but IU left OneStart up during the transition.

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No limits: Box at IU removes storage quotas (touch for more >>)

Do you know how much space you have left in your Box at IU account? As of today, it doesn’t matter – all Box accounts now have unlimited storage.

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UITS outreach program gets people comfortable with tech (touch for more >>)

In the ever-evolving landscape of technology, new programs and services are always available to enhance the nature of classroom learning.

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Three IU projects named TechPoint Mira Award finalists for 2015 (touch for more >>)

TechPoint Mira Awards have been honoring the best of tech in Indiana each year since 2000. TechPoint is a nonprofit organization representing the state’s technology community. The UITS nominees are: Kumo; Commercialization of One.IU; IU Online Virtual PC.

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The NEH has awarded IU nearly $400K for digital preservation (touch for more >>)

Awarded as part of the NEH’s Preservation and Access Research and Development program, the grant will support the development of HydraDAM2, a software tool that will assist in the long-term preservation of valuable audio and video collections.

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Supercomputers for everyone

Learn how to put IU’s petaFLOPS of power to work in your research with the “Supercomputing for Everyone” half-day workshop.

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Do you know someone who needs to learn how to use a computer?

Windows: Basic Computing Skills will introduce basic computing terms and concepts.

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More IT news and events for January 14, 2015

Reminder: Cyrus (Webmail) email phasing out February 2; Year in review: Top stories from IT at IU

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iSGTW names Lance Farrell new US desk editor (touch for more >>)

A media professional with over 10 years of newspaper and academic writing experience, Farrell replaces outgoing editor Amber Harmon at International Science Grid This Week (iSGTW).

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