University of Iowa Research Technology Compliance Specialist Gabriella Perez is one of six delegates selected from a nationally-competitive pool to participate in the National Science Foundation’s Trusted CI Open Science Cybersecurity Fellows Program.
Nominations are due by May 5. Nominees must have IT responsibilities and exhibit exemplary performance with recent measurable results in one or more of the areas of engagement, impact, or initiative.
The 2018 OneIT Year in Review highlights the value IT provides to campus, telling the stories of investments in research technology, new tools to support student success and data-driven decision-making, savings and efficiency initiatives, and IT projects that foster outreach and engagement.
New roadmaps are now available on the OneIT website, outlining current and planned technology projects happening on campus in the next two years.
A new OneIT Thank-You Program provides peer-to-peer recognition for a job well done. Recipients and their supervisors receive an email of thanks, noting the reason for the nomination.
A growing number of students are utilizing new tools in MyUI, the student portal to the UI’s student-information system, to map out which courses they plan to take years in advance.
A new OneIT council will help guide IT decisions and priorities related to four strategic goals: Innovation, Partnerships, Workforce Development, and IT Evolution.
The six OneIT councils will be creating new project roadmaps aligned with the goals outlined in the OneIT Strategic Plan. A seventh council, focused on organizational advancement, will be established to focus on projects related to the goals of IT Evolution, Partnerships, Innovation, and Workforce Development and will create a roadmap for those areas.
Use of Elements of Success (EoS)—a learning analytics platform in ICON that gives students and their instructors real-time data on how they’re doing in the course—has skyrocketed in recent years.