A good lecture capture solution should be an integral part of any mobile on-line learning environment, but choosing the right one can be a challenge.
Two years ago, the Provost asked UCM and OIT to update the various college and campus websites that make up Ohio University's online presence. Learn about the successes and challenges of making this happen.
During Spring Semester 2013, OIT facilitated a Flipped Classroom Studio at Ohio University. Feedback from faculty participants indicated the process and support provided during the Studio was very helpful.
The Footprints work management system can be a powerful tool for tracking your department's IT support responses. Learn how you can use its built-in reports to improve performance.
On July 10, OIT is hosting Snap Shot, a look at OIT services and trends. As the date approaches, we'll have guest posts from the Snap Shot presenters.
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How will the software industry's move to online, subscription-based offerings affect OHIO students, faculty, and staff?
Get an advance look at the top IT goals we established in our recent strategic planning exercise.
Please join me in congratulating our 2013-2014 OIT scholarship winners: Matthew Bertoni, Ethan Kaiser, Leanne Ketchum, and Sarah Robles.
100 US universities will be interconnected at 100 Gbps by the end of next year. That sort of adoption rate will mean rapid advances and changes in the way things get done.
Guest blogger Sam Girton, Interim Director of Academic Technologies and Associate Professor of Visual Communications, talks about why it's worth investing time up front to flip a classroom session.
No, that’s not a quote from a hipster security analyst. It comes from a hacker’s guide to doxing...
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