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UITS Monitor: Research Cyberinfrastructure Day

UITS news for September 21, 2022

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How can IU help you with your research project?

Explore how IU’s advanced cyberinfrastructure can help you with your projects. IU students, faculty, and staff are invited to join us for Research Cyberinfrastructure Day on September 28 in the Wells Library on the Bloomington campus.

Starting at 11am, the event features the Research Services Expo, Peebles Memorial Lecture in IT, and the Research Technologies Student Poster Expo.

Learn more about Research Cyberinfrastructure Day >

 

Today is the deadline for your Google storage decision

If you have a Google at IU My Drive account using over 5 GB of storage or Google Shared Drive, you must complete migration forms by today, September 21. If you don’t submit a form, your data will be administratively moved.

Remember, if you are storing institutional data, use the Institutional Storage Request Form to create a secure storage location.

Learn more about changes to Google storage at IU >

 

Meet employers tomorrow at women’s networking reception

Employers will be on hand tomorrow, September 22, at the Women's Networking Reception, hosted by the Center of Excellence for Women & Technology.

Women students of any major are encouraged to apply to attend the event on the Bloomington campus. Apply for a job or an internship or learn more about the job market.

Register to attend the Women’s Networking Reception >

 

Tech jobs available

The UITS Support Center has full- and part-time job opportunities available: search for the following Job ID numbers:

302641 – Supervisor IT User Support Specialist (IUPUI)

298922 – Computer Assistant (Bloomington)

302205 – Part-Time Overnight Consultant (Bloomington)

299046 – Part-Time Consultant (Bloomington)

299047 – Part-Time Consultant (IUPUI)

298983 – Part-Time Consultant (Gary)

Search for the Job IT numbers >

 

Last call to join a Student Technology Advisory Committee

Why should you join a Student Technology Advisory Committee (STAC)? IU needs your voice, especially from our regional campuses. Plus, it looks good on your resume, and it’s only one hour per month of your time.

STACs need student tech perspectives: no specific tech skill or experience is required. Meetings via Zoom begin at the end of September.

Find out more about STAC and apply >

 

Digital Gardener Summit at IUPUI

Register now for the Digital Gardener Summit, Friday, October 7, at IUPUI. You’ll join colleagues from across IU who are interested in digital literacy.

The Summit will help you prepare students for an increasingly digital world.

Learn more and register for the Digital Gardener Summit >

 

Use the pronoun feature in Canvas

Adding pronouns to your profile helps create an inclusive environment, making it less uncomfortable for those wanting to share their pronouns with you.

To edit your pronoun, log in to Canvas, select Account, go to Settings, then scroll down to Edit Settings and select your preferred pronouns from the drop-down list.

Quick tip on using the pronoun feature in Canvas >

 

Consult AVL for engaging scientific visuals

Explaining something complicated is easier when there’s a visual, but if it’s too complex or unengaging, no one is going to get anything out of it. A consultation with the Advanced Visualization Lab (AVL) will solve the problem.

AVL can help you make your scientific visuals interactive in an easily accessible online environment. For example, check out this lightning visualization.

Request an AVL consultation >

 

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