The Big Ten Student Design Challenge provides college students with real-world applications for knowledge learned in the classroom. This year, Ohio State students were challenged to redesign an informal space in Smith Lab on the Columbus campus. The Golden Bucks team Gabby McCloy, Christine Stankiewicz, Olivia Forsyth and Katherine Hunter, wowed the OSU judges with their thoughtful and thorough design, and secured their spot as one of the top three teams nationally.
Take advantage of two different tools within CarmenCanvas that give you and your students the option to share personal pronouns and proper name pronunciations. These tools aim to be inclusive of our diverse student population and help customize interactions between course participants.
Ten years ago, Apple released the first iPad, ushering in a cascade of advancements in mobile computing. Over the last decade, smartphones have gone from novel to ubiquitous. Against this backdrop of rapid technological growth, The Ohio State University dove headfirst into the...
Technology is increasingly important in classrooms, offices and our personal lives. To ensure we have opportunities to learn how you are using technology and to inform you of resources that will be available for you to use in the future, Chief Information Officer (CIO) Mike Hofherr is hosting...
Get to know the keynote speakers for the Innovate conference
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).
Sinead Yarberry, Instructor of Clinical Practice in The College of Nursing, started using ExamSoft last semester to replace bubble sheets and paper tests. Yarberry taught Nursing 6271, which had between 80-90 students. Over the course of the semester, five quizzes, one midterm and one final exam were administered through ExamSoft.
At the end of the Spring ’20 semester, a new and improved RCE will replace the current version in CarmenCanvas—but it’s also available now for you to explore. We encourage you to test out the new RCE in your courses by opting in on the Course Settings page.
Ohio State’s Tableau User Group (TUG) will hold its 4th Annual Iron Viz competition from noon to 1 p.m. on Thursday, 2/20 at 150 Thompson Library. Participants are given 20 minutes to design an engaging workbook from a common dataset. Come join a group of passionate users dedicated to learning, sharing and solving common data challenges in a fun, interactive environment.
Contact: Sarah Murphy , Data Literacy/Visualization Librarian, University Libraries.