UI was one of many institutions impacted by a cloud-based IT service outage on Feb. 28. We apologize for the inconvenience and assure you that we are doing everything we can to ensure that our key technology services are robust and reliable.
Canvas Commons is a learning object repository that enables educators to find, import, and share content in the following Canvas tools: course presentation modules, quizzes, assignments, discussions, pages or documents.
Deployment of the new high-performance computing system, Argon, is taking longer than expected due to issues with equipment delivered by the vendor. Argon is expected to be generally available by March 14.
The University of Iowa Canvas Commons space will be available in ICON for all users with a Teacher or TA account starting Feb. 3, 2017. Commons is a learning object repository that enables educators to find, import, and share resources.
The Campus Academic Strategies and Technology (4CAST) drew UI instructors and support staff to make professional connections, examine how learning technologies can be leveraged to engage students, and identify educational potential in new technology.
The University of Iowa recently notified approximately 250 university faculty, staff, and students that their HawkID and password had been obtained by unauthorized individuals using physical devices that had been secretly attached to university...
UI employees who haven’t yet enrolled in Two-Step Login with Duo Security must do so by March 8. Two-Step Login is an IT security measure to protect critical data and systems for the university and its people.
OneIT is taking a unit-by-unit approach to implementing OneIT initiatives in 13 remaining units by summer 2018. The focus for the unit-by-unit approach is on End User Support, Data Centers and Servers, and Classroom IT Support.
With the adoption of Canvas as the engine that drives ICON, instructors have gained many new functions within our course sites that help us collaborate and engage with other users in the course. One such tool is known as “Groups.”
The Office of Teaching, Learning & Technology has joined with other campus partners to present a day-long event that draws together faculty members and administrators to examine how learning technologies can be leveraged to engage students.
The Data Centers and Servers Project is working on consolidations in Psychology, Tippie College of Business, the Iowa Memorial Union, College of Public Health, Facilities Management, the Athletic Hall of Fame, and various other departments.