It’s almost time for Statewide IT 2014. This year is all about the ways 1IUIT is making it click — from the smallest projects to the biggest initiatives.
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Back in June, IU inked a deal with Colorado State University, the University of Florida, and the University of Michigan to provide a suite of services for courses, online learning, and big data analytics to improve the way educational content is shared across institutions and delivered to students.
If you forgot to register, you can register on-site October 7. However, complimentary lunches and breakfasts are not provided for on-site registrants. If you can’t attend in person, we’re streaming keynotes live.
Learn about the future of technology trends and how they will influence IU’s students and IT community from New York Times columnist Nick Bilton.
Yes, we’re pitting LEGO® Mindstorms® EV3 robots against one another during Statewide — because we can. Join the fun as nine teams from all over IU compete to win the most coveted of all prizes: a trophy made of LEGO® bricks.
Vice President for IT and CIO Brad Wheeler will wrap up the conference with a keynote talk about making it click across all of IU’s campuses.
The IU eText initiative has enhanced its partnerships with McGraw-Hill Education and Pearson (touch for more >>)
Better prices, expanded offerings, and adaptive learning are at the heart of a new contract that IU has signed with McGraw-Hill Education, one of the founding partners in IU’s pioneering eText initiative. IU extended its contract with Pearson to provide IU faculty and students with access to thousands more titles at improved pricing. For the first time ever, IU’s Pearson deal also includes discounts on adaptive digital learning tools.
IndianaMap named one of the most innovative in the world, thanks in part to Research Technologies (touch for more >>)
Earlier this month, the IndianaMap received the award for best open-source data integration at the international 2014 FOSS4G Conference in Portland, Oregon.
Assistive Technology and Accessibility Centers (ATAC) are dedicated to helping faculty, staff, and students with registered disabilities read, write, study, and access information through assistive technologies.
Forgetting your passphrase is the number one call the UITS Support Center receives.
Learn to lead, manage, and be part of successful project teams in today’s changing world.
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.
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!