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On Feb. 15, OHIO researchers gained access to the first two modules of Cayuse, the University's new electronic research administration software.
Initial feedback is encouraging and suggests that the course templates are likely to simplify the Canvas transition for faculty and enhance the student experience.
Initial feedback is encouraging and suggests that the course templates are likely to simplify the Canvas transition for faculty and enhance the student experience.
If you are listed as the point of contact with a third-party vendor and receive notices regarding a data breach or other data security related incident, please forward the email to security@ohio.edu.
This annual training will be a source of information for program administrators and hiring staff on how to run a successful camp, program or event in compliance with Policy 03.010: Minors on Campus.
At the Feb. 8 meeting, the Office of Information Technology is interested in collecting feedback on how it can better assist students, faculty and staff in managing “digital clutter.”
The first two modules for Cayuse, OHIO’s new electronic research administration software, are set to launch on Feb. 15, 2024.
The Ohio University Information Security Office invites the University community to participate in a question and answer session on Feb. 26, at 11 a.m.
The Information Security Governance Standing Committee recently approved three new standards.
Top Hat will remain a key tool in OHIO classrooms after the conclusion of the successful Student Response System Request for Proposal (RFP) process.