Educational Technology Services

Research IT Aligns with CTL and ETS to Improve Faculty Support

Teaching and Research Resource Fair, 18 April 2017, Academic Innovation Studio

Effective August 1, 2017, Research IT, the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL), and Educational Technology Services (ETS) have been aligned into a single portfolio. Larry Conrad, Associate Vice Chancellor and Chief Information Officer and Cathy Koshland, Vice Chancellor for Undergraduate Education agreed jointly that this move would provide enriched more streamlined support to faculty.

Love Your Data Week: February 8-12, 2016

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Love Your Data Week is a nationwide campaign designed to raise awareness about research data management, sharing, and preservation. Activities and events will be held from February 8th-12th, 2016 to promote data management awareness. Follow the conversation at #LYD16.

Two data management events will be held in the library during this week:

Research IT Participates in ETS Open House

The 2015 Educational Technology Services (ETS) Open House, held August 18th in Dwinelle Hall, offered a pre-semester forum for faculty, instructors, and GSIs to meet organizations that support their teaching and research. The event informed attendees about the resources available to instructors, answer questions related to those services, and provide on-site support consultations. 

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CASC 2014 highlights: Data Management, NSF's ACI program, Box & HIPAA Alignment

A funders’ view of data management, NSF’s Advanced Cyberinfrastructure program, and bringing Box.com into alignment with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act’s privacy rule were highlights of the 2014 Fall Meeting of the Coalition for Academic Scientific Computation (CASC) for Research IT’s David Greenbaum and Chris Hoffman, who attended from September 17-19.

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BRC HPC Condo Cluster Off to a Roaring Start

Research IT's new BRC HPC Condo Cluster service offering has gotten off to a roaring start. The new service, officially launched on May 22 at a special event held at Sutardja Dai Hall, allows faculty and principal investigators to purchase compute nodes (individual servers) from their grants or other available funds, to add to campus' new compute cluster SAVIO.

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BRC and LBL presenting at GlobusWorld 2014

BRC and LBL HPC consultant Krishna Muriki and HPCS systems engineer Karen Fernsler will be presenting at GlobusWorld 2014 on April 15-17, 2014 at Argonne National Laboratory. The main theme of this year's conference is Setting Up a Campus Data Service since many campus IT professionals are charged with creating a flexible, highly-available service for moving data to, from, and within their campus.

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