What if you had the chance to follow a dream you’d put off for more than 40 years? That’s the situation Suzanne Minnich faced when she retired in 2015 from her long career serving children and adults with disabilities.
When course concepts are constantly changing, a traditional textbook becomes outdated quickly. That’s why Assistant Professor Brian Partido decided that an electronic book, or e-book, would be the right course material for his students.
When new Buckeyes open their Digital Flagship iPads for the first time, Visual Communication Design Student Anne Knellinger’s wallpaper image will be there to greet them. Knellinger is using her design education and lifelong Buckeye experience to help new students connect with the university from day one.
You’re a graduate research assistant working in a lab. You enjoy the work, and some of the research you helped with gets published. There’s just one catch: the principal investigator left your name off the paper. What do you do? Quit the lab? Confront the PI? Go to the dean? Trash them on social...
The day-to-day work of state authorization can be tedious, but it protects the value of each student's education.
Maintaining state authorization for The Ohio State University requires constant work. The state authorization team regularly reviews regulations, submits information to regulators, shares disclosures with current and prospective students, and reports collected student location data. This diligence helps maintain Ohio State's authorization to offer online and on-ground activities nationwide.
In the coming months, Ohio State will launch ExamSoft to provide integrated learning technology for wide-reaching, high-impact initiatives that transform learning. As leaders within both the education and education technology industries, the Ohio State University and ExamSoft have collaborated to advance digital assessment practices over the past eleven years. Our university-wide partnership with ExamSoft will help level the playing field for all students.