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Tuesday, February 16

As part of Ohio University’s Affordable Learning Content initiative—a cross-departmental collaboration between University Libraries, the Office of Instructional Innovation (OII), and the Office of Information Technology (OIT)—the Digital Course Materials program continues to provide seamless access to discounted learning materials to students on the first day of classes.

Tuesday, February 16

OHIO Testing Services transitions to enhanced, new digital workflows to provide timely and modern services to the OHIO community.

Wednesday, February 10

OIT announces new Surveys Advisory Community that invites discussion on various survey tools that support University wide initiatives. The first Surveys meeting is set to occur on February 25, 2021 from 11am-12pm via Microsoft Teams. 

Thursday, January 7

Several teaching and learning tools and services received upgrades for spring semester, including testing services, Panopto, Turnitin, Microsoft Teams, learning spaces and Adobe Connect.

Wednesday, January 6

The Office of Information Technology and Office of Instructional Innovation have released more Digital Toolboxes to help you decide which technology tools work best for what you're trying to accomplish.

Thursday, December 10

As the University gears up for the spring 2021 semester, consider joining an IT advisory community. These communities influence technology decisions, inform future investments, and inspire action to meet the technology needs of the University community. 

Wednesday, December 9

While Teams breakout rooms have been available to preview for testing, they are now available in general release with additional features. 

Tuesday, December 8

Ohio University’s website was recently ranked seventh in digital accessibility for university websites from across the country.

Wednesday, November 18

On January 1, 2021, Adobe Flash content will no longer function. Learn how this change could impact your access to some video and multimedia files.

Tuesday, November 17

Consider joining the Technologies in Teaching and Learning faculty learning community. This learning community is a peer-led group of faculty members who engage in active, collaborative discussions to provide ideas, best practices, and encouragement to other faculty members on various technology usage for teaching and learning purposes.