The Affordable Learning Exchange (ALX) works with instructors who want to transform their courses with open and affordable materials—from writing or curating their own textbooks to adding more diverse voices to the syllabus and even creating lending libraries for necessary supplies. Thanks to a partnership between the Office of Technology and Digital Innovation (OTDI) and University Libraries, ALX projects in 2023 will save students nearly $100,000 in material costs.
Earlier this year, the Data Governance team within the Office of Technology and Digital Innovation (OTDI) launched a new initiative to standardize institutional definitions, partnering with colleagues across the university and medical center.
While the group puts final touches on the first batch of terms, they are now seeking faculty and staff who wish to be a part of the second working group, which will continue to focus on terms under the “student” umbrella, including defining full-time student, part-time student and student rank.
We know Buckeye fans are the BDFITL, and our networking team helps our fans win by ensuring they stay connected as they cheer on our teams during our most important games. During the Ohio State-Michigan game in November, we reached a new milestone. Our network supported 34.80TB of data consumption – the most we have ever seen, exceeding the amount of data consumed during the 2022 Super Bowl by 3.6TB.
Researchers utilizing Research Health Information (RHI) in their work can use Microsoft Azure to store the data and ensure it is kept securely. Ohio State does not permit the use or storage of Protected Health Information (PHI) in university-configured Microsoft Azure services, and RHI requires significant efforts to ensure that the systems meet S4 security requirements.
The Ohio State University's Columbus campus cable TV customers now have access to commercial-free holiday music through cable television. The special holiday programming features festive favorites recorded by artists from all genres. It will be available through December 25.
The Ohio Open Ed Collaborative (OOEC) is looking for educators from various institutions across Ohio to update existing open content for courses on American Government, Psychology, Biology and Composition. Chosen Content Contributors will also receive $1,000 for their efforts. The deadline to apply is January 6, 2023.
Ohio State faculty and staff are invited to participate in a AZ-900 (Azure Fundamentals) class at the Microsoft office in Columbus on Wednesday, Jan. 25 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. This free training is provided by the Microsoft Account Team and will include a certification test...
As more people learn the capabilities of Microsoft Azure, there have been requests for training to help users sharpen technical skills and knowledge of Microsoft cloud-based platforms and solutions. We are partnering with Microsoft to participate in the Enterprise Skills...