The Ohio State University continues to take steps to lower the cost of education for students. From scholarships to grants, the university is dedicated to making college affordable for every type of student. One university offering that is making a financial difference for senior citizens and...
Students in the College of Nursing's Bachelors of Science in Nursing degree completion program now pay $0 towards learning materials. Faculty in the college worked with the Office of Distance Education and eLearning to replace expensive textbooks with home-grown learning materials. The story describes how this alternative content provides an improvement in quality as well as affordability.
HackOHI/O is The Ohio State University’s student-led hackathon where student teams journey from ideation to prototype in a single weekend. Hundreds of students from Ohio State and other Midwest universities will participate at the fifth annual HackOHI/O , October 21-22 at the Ohio Union
For her “exemplary achievement implementing digital technologies in support of the teaching and learning process,” Associate Vice President Liv Gjestvang has been named EDUCAUSE’s 2017 Rising Star award recipient. EDUCAUSE annually celebrates leaders in the education and information technology communities whose efforts advance the common good.
The Ohio State University and its fellow research institutions within the Unizin Consortium were awarded the 2017 Campus Technology Impact Award in the category of IT infrastructure and systems. By working together, Unizin members are improving the costs and benefits of the essential digital services that support learning.
There is no denying that the consumption of podcasts is on the rise in the United States. As of 2017, over 112 million Americans have listened to a podcast, with over 42 million tuning in weekly. Wanting to capitalize on these stats, one staff member from the Office of Distance Education and...
The information technology and cybersecurity fields are constantly evolving, making it crucial for professionals to keep up with the most current information, education and trends. That is why Enterprise Security is hosting Cybersecurity Days, an educational event series that provides meaningful training and resources to the Ohio State community.
The Enterprise Project’s Architect Phase will align strategic direction, system requirements and business process designs. The Architect Phase will last from August 2017 to February 2018 for Finance, HR and Payroll processes, and to December 2018 for Student processes.