All instructors are able to opt in to Blackboard Ultra Courses by contacting the IT Service Desk. Ultra Courses have a cleaner, more modern design with easy-to-use workflows, and powerful new tools.
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OIT and the Center of Consumer Research and Analytics (CRA) are evaluating plagiarism detection tools and encourage faculty to submit feedback by Dec. 6, 2021.
A new tool designed to detect duplicate records has eliminated the headaches of multiple accounts for 86 staff and students and is estimated to have saved 172 staff hours in the past year.
The Office of Information Technology has expanded its licensing with Adobe so that Adobe Spark is now available to all Ohio University students, faculty and staff at no charge.
Supervising teams across remote environments using flexspace allows for productive work and communication
Amid the transition to remote work and finding a good location to work in, employees have continued to produce good work and collaborate as a team.
The Office of Information Technology is pleased to announce that digital accessibility is now a consistent feature in the technology review process.
At the onset of the pandemic’s work-from-home requirements and shifts to online schooling, many people have scrambled to figure out how to make this adjustment work for them.
Ohio University is working to propagate pronouns and preferred names in as many technology platforms as possible in the next year.
Did you know that the expected employment growth for cybersecurity jobs is remarkably on the rise?
Cybersecurity Awareness Month is well underway and learning the best ways to fight phishing is crucial.