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UITS Monitor: Think outside Box. Prepare for your move.

Think outside Box. Prepare for your move.

Join a webinar to prepare your individual files for migration.

Migrations of individual files continue through the summer. One week before we migrate your data, you will receive an email, alerting you to the change. Most people will be migrated this summer, and you will have read-only access to your Box files after they are migrated. Read-only files can be downloaded but not modified in Box. You will still have access to edit files and folders owned by others who have not yet been migrated.

For details on the Box migration, visit:

Not quite ready for the big move? The experts at UITS IT Training are offering webinars to help you organize your individual and institutional files to prepare for the move.

To sign up >>

Looking for an internship?

The Center of Excellence for Women & Technology is accepting applications.

The Center of Excellence for Women & Technology has 15 positions available in the upcoming 2020-2021 academic school year. In addition to technology positions such as 3D printing and game design, the center is filling positions in communications, social media, event planning, and equity.

Any student at IU Bloomington who meets the listed qualifications may apply. 

Apply here >>

Faculty: Have questions about online courses? We've got answers.

Keep Teaching site offers updated resources and inspiration.

How do I organize my class content, deliver course content, or encourage participation? The Keep Teaching site has the answers to these questions and more following significant updates to the site in preparation for the fall 2020 semester.

The Getting Started and Strategies sections feature new content, and new Keep Teaching in the Classroom materials have been added to the Resources page.

Finishing your summer courses? Go to Summer wrap-up for helpful tips.

Keep Teaching site >>

Anastasia Morrone named interim dean of the School of Education

Morrone is the current associate vice president of Learning Technologies.

Anastasia “Stacy” Morrone has been named the new interim dean of the IU Bloomington School of Education. Morrone is currently the associate vice president of Learning Technologies with the Office of the Vice President for Information Technology and a professor of educational psychology at the IU Bloomington and IUPUI Schools of Education.

In the university announcement, Morrone was credited for steering IU’s pioneering Teaching and Learning Technologies group to nationally recognized prominence. She comes to the role when technology is more critical than ever in creating teaching and learning environments that keep students and instructors engaged and connected. 

Read more >>

A spectacular send-off

Mark Bruhn and Laurie Sullivan earn IU presidential medals for their decades of leadership.

Now that’s ending on a high note. Two long-time UITS staff members were recently awarded Indiana University presidential medals as they embark on their well-earned retirements. 

Mark Bruhn, who retired in June as associate vice president for public safety and institutional assurance, received the President's Medal for Excellence. Laurie Sullivan, who retired in March as associate vice president for enterprise systems, received the Distinguished Service Medal. 

For more on the awards >>

Curious about startups?

A free webinar is available for students, faculty, and staff interested in starting a company.

If you have started a company or are considering it, a July 22 webinar will help you prepare your startup for venture capital investment. Attendees can ask questions and will get firsthand guidance on what to expect during the process.

Fred Cate, vice president for Research at IU, will introduce a panel of venture capitalists and the chairperson of the IU board of trustees, Dr. Michael J. Mirro.

Register for the startup webinar >>