One outcome of the new Common Good Assessment (CGA) is that Information and Educational Technology can now assign extremely fast network connections to locations that need them, without sending them a monthly bill.
UC Davis faculty, students and staff now have improved access to Qualtrics Research Suite, an online survey tool. While similar to tools like SurveyMonkey and Survey Gizmo, Qualtrics adds many features that should interest researchers and organizations.
Information and Educational Technology is hosting a free audio-visual technology showcase on March 8. Anyone in education who uses A-V technology--or just wants to learn more about it--is invited to come talk shop, get ideas, discuss best practices, and see what's new in the field.
Your privacy is probably not as private as you think, thanks partly to all of the dense online "terms and conditions" agreements that most of us sign without reading. But you can take steps to protect yourself.
About 19,000 UC Davis faculty, staff and student employees had completed UC's required cybersecurity awareness training as of Jan. 20, leaving about 14,000 who haven't finished it yet. The deadline is Jan. 31.
Campus groups and organizations are catching on to the benefits of aggiefeed, the UC Davis activity information stream created by Information & Educational Technology. Now they'll have more to like with the new features and functions recently added to the service:
UC Davis Religious Studies Professor Flagg Miller has written a new book, The Audacious Ascetic, that analyzes more than 1,500 audiotapes that once belonged to the terrorist group al-Qaeda. Anyone who wants to hear excerpts of the tapes can now do so, thanks to a website for the book built by a programmer and web designer in Information and Educational Technology.