The American Statistical Association (ASA) DataFest™ @ OSU welcomed 243 undergraduate students to campus from April 5 - 7 for their fourth annual weekend competition. In addition to tackling a large dataset and multiple analysis challenges, students had the opportunity to network with...
OCIO is continuing its efforts with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to link accounts obtained by faculty and staff through aws.amazon.com to the Ohio State AWS enterprise program. In most cases, users created these accounts before the Ohio State AWS service was launched.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a portfolio of more than 120 different services.
Enterprise Security Risk Assessment Team will continue to assess risk of AWS services based on usage and billing. As the team completes risk assessments for AWS services, the results of their assessments will...
Over the past several months, OCIO has collaborated with key university stakeholders and Amazon Web Services (AWS) to establish a university-configured AWS service for employees, called Ohio State AWS .
In the process of making learning affordable, how do we know we’re not sacrificing the quality of educational resources? Is there a way to get a general idea of how students perceive free or low-cost digital materials? A team of researchers at The Ohio State University wanted to find out.
Researchers rejoice! LabArchives, a cloud-based lab notebook software, is available to Ohio State faculty, staff and students. The Office of Research teamed up with the Provost and the Office of Distance Education and eLearning (ODEE) to offer both the professional and classroom versions of the software, in order to enhance professional research and lab coursework at the university.
Shanna Jaggars and Marcos Rivera share their research on the impact of mobile technology on students and learning. Discover what factors can lead to the success (or failure) of deploying tablets in the classroom.