Ohio State’s Tableau User Group (TUG) helps bring together passionate users to learn, share and solve common data challenges.
Ohio State’s Tableau User Group will hold its fifth-annual Iron Viz competition at the February Third Thursday meeting. Iron Viz is an informal competition to see who can make the best Tableau dashboard from a common dataset in 20-30 minutes. Anyone can participate as a competitor (prizes involved) or a cheerleader. Check out the full article for details on how to register.
Digital Accessibility Services has launched a new website to provide resources and assistance to those producing digital content and those acquiring or building digital products. If utilizing or posting digital content is part of your role, you can be part of...
Are you interested in working with faculty, staff, and students to expand The Ohio State University community outside Ohio? The state authorization team is now accepting nominations for membership on the State Authorization Advisory Committee (SAAC).
As we transition to OneDrive and Teams, we’re hearing that people are worried about being able to find files. The Teams interface has several Files views that will help you find files in both Teams and OneDrive.
When you open the Microsoft Teams desktop app, select Files...
Many users have taken advantage of “anonymous links” in BuckeyeBox for content that is suitable to be shared widely. Enabling this capability in OneDrive and Teams has been under security review, and we have determined we can manage the risk to enable users to continue using anonymous links when we copy your BuckeyeBox content into OneDrive.
We previously announced that the Zoom cloud retention rate would change from 270 days to 120 days beginning December 18. However, we have managed to extend the date of that change to February 5, 2021 .
The Office of Distance Education and eLearning (ODEE), in collaboration with The Ohio State University Council on Academic Affairs, is conducting an evaluation of ePortfolio tools in response to new General Education requirements. The new curriculum was passed by the Council on Academic Affairs...
Professor Karen Winstead's textbook for English 2201 appears highly unusual to those familiar with typical texts surrounding British Literature to 1800. The chosen texts, authored by diverse writers from a time period that valued predominantly white voices, resulted in an inclusive, guided resource for her students. By devoting the ALX grant funding entirely towards student salaries, Professor Winstead utilized the unique insight of both her undergraduate and graduate students throughout the entirety of the editing process. The result was a free, guided textbook with only the most relevant and engaging annotations and study materials.