OIT Snap Shot: July 2013 edition
Wednesday, June 19, 2013
snap·shot (ˈsnap-ˌshät) noun
1. An impromptu photograph
2. A brief representation of something transitory
3. A backup that captures the state of a computer system at a single moment in time
4. A great way to keep up with OIT projects and plans
Please join OIT technical staff and collaborating faculty members from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm on July 10, 2013 in Baker Center 503 for Shap Shot, a conference-style day of presentations about IT projects and trends at Ohio University.
Inspired by the Ohio Higher Education Computing Conference, an event where IT professionals come together and share their projects and ideas at a regional level, Snap Shot focuses on exciting IT developments within the Ohio University community.
Agenda - July 10, 2013
All presentations take place in Baker Center 503.
- 9:00 am: Meet & Greet (coffee & tea)
- 9:25 am: Introduction (Brice Bible, CIO)
- 9:30 am: Secure File Distribution with Filelocker (Chris Hayes)
- 10:15 am: The Flipped Classroom Approach: Facilitating an Innovative Teaching Strategy to Faculty (Becky Simons & Mike Roy)
- 11:00 am: The Academic Web Consolidation Project: Refreshing 13 College Websites in 2 Years (Toni Heightland)
- 11:45 am: Lunch Break
- 12:45 pm: The Intersection of Pedagogy and IT is not a 4-Way Stop (Eugene Geist & Jeffrey Anderson)
- 1:30 pm: Lecture Capture: Selecting & Piloting an Enterprise Solution (Hugh Woods)
- 2:15 pm: Footprints: Tracking & Managing IT Support (David Steortz & Jean Demosky)
- 3:00 pm: Rethinking Campus Anti-Virus and Anti-Malware Strategy (David Alexander)
- 3:45 pm: Closing Statement (Brice Bible, CIO)
July 2013 Snap Shot agenda (PDF)