Preparing to use Canvas in the classroom just got a little easier for faculty.
The U-M Canvas Crew is providing in-person, one-on-one support to faculty. The Canvas Crew consists of students and staff from the College of Engineering, Information and Technology Services, LSA and University Libraries.
A certificate upgrade for servers that are used to secure communications on three University of Michigan WiFi networks will require users to accept the new certificate as of May 18.
The Office of the President has appointed an advisory committee to launch the search for the new position of vice president for information technology and chief information officer for the University of Michigan. The university now is accepting nominations and applications for the position.
Who doesn't love a good game?
Whether it's an innocent round of hide-and-seek, an immersive video game or a competitive card game, we all enjoy a challenge.
The University of Michigan is collaborating with IBM to develop and deliver "data-centric" supercomputing systems designed to increase the pace of scientific discovery in fields as diverse as aircraft and rocket engine design, cardiovascular disease treatment, materials physics, climate modeling and cosmology.
Have you ever tried to make a cell phone call on campus, just to have it fail? You are not alone. Many buildings on the Ann Arbor campus have poor cellular coverage.
Now the ability to make calls on campus is taking a big step forward.
Update: The Board of Regents approved this position at its Feb. 18 meeting.
President Mark Schlissel is recommending the creation of the new position of vice president for information technology and chief information officer for the University of Michigan.
Advanced Research Computing — Technology Services is launching a new program to assist faculty working with undergraduate students on research that requires high performance computing resources.
Faculty can now access Flux HPC resources in support of undergraduate research at no cost.
Advanced Research Computing — Technology Services has launched a new initiative aimed at facilitating uninterrupted data flow to meet the needs of researchers across campus.
Blue Jeans conferencing technology now is an option for members of the university community who deal with health records protected under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act.
Information and Technology Services launched the SiteMaker Transition Project in January 2014 and, since then, has been moving, archiving and deleting SiteMaker sites in anticipation of decommissioning the Web hosting service at the end of 2015.
Buried in troves of data that scientists have gathered, but not yet analyzed, could be key insights to improving cancer treatment, understanding Alzheimer's disease, predicting climate change effects and developing cheaper, clean energy technologies.
Following the recommendation of a faculty advisory group, U-M's Ann Arbor campus will move all course sites from CTools into a new learning management system called Canvas by the fall 2016 semester.
U-M investigators involved in data-intensive research are getting a new tool to help them store, manage and analyze large data sets.
Advanced Research Computing-Technology Services on Monday announced that a new service, Turbo Research Storage, is available to researchers on all U-M campuses.
Several M-Pathways Human Resource Management Systems will be offline from 5 p.m. Thursday through 7 a.m. next Monday for an upgrade to enhance security, improve functionality and reduce costs.
"A world of opportunities."
That's how James Hilton, vice provost for digital education and innovation, describes the possibilities of a consortium of universities, joined together by a desire to create and share digital tools and data, in effort to enhance the learning experience for students today.
More than 150 people at the University of Michigan have fallen victim to phishing emails, and revealed personal information such as names, dates of birth, Social Security numbers, UMICH passwords, and more this week.
The university's executive officers have approved a plan to upgrade WiFi connectivity for faculty, staff and students in 275 academic, administrative and residential buildings on the Ann Arbor campus.