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Recent News & Events

Free Access to Udemy’s Professional Learning Platform

May 13, 2021

  The Office of Information Technology (OIT) has renewed the campuswide license of the professional learning platform, Udemy for Business for another year. This resource is free to all UCI employees to support their professional growth and development, especially during a time when remote learning has become a vital source of growth and connection. More… Continue Reading Free Access to Udemy’s Professional Learning Platform

Inclusive IT Language Guide

Apr 30, 2021

OIT is committed to building a positive and inclusive environment that drives engagement, supports development, and enhances performance. By embracing our core values – especially those of inclusiveness and respect – we strengthen connections and collaborations across all of UCI. Continue Reading Inclusive IT Language Guide

Microsoft’s Enterprise Skills Initiative, Now Available

Apr 28, 2021

Access to Microsoft’s Enterprise Skills Initiative is now available to UCI faculty and staff at no cost. This free resource is for anyone interested in growing their skills in AI engineering, business intelligence or data. Access to this training platform typically costs several thousand dollars a year. Through the Enterprise Skills Initiative, participants can access… Continue Reading Microsoft’s Enterprise Skills Initiative, Now Available

Campus Web Search Upgraded

Apr 27, 2021

As of Friday, April 23, the UCI.edu search application has been upgraded to Google Programmable Search. What does this mean for you? Continue Reading Campus Web Search Upgraded

Kian Colestock Named Associate Vice Chancellor and Chief Information Officer

Apr 27, 2021

Kian Colestock was named associate vice chancellor and chief information officer, effective May 1, 2021. He will report to Vice Chancellor Tom Andriola. Continue Reading Kian Colestock Named Associate Vice Chancellor and Chief Information Officer

Technology Roadmap

Mar 25, 2021

This roadmap highlights where OIT is strategically focused over the coming few years, but the plan is never final. As we modernize and transform the IT landscape, through and beyond the pandemic, we aim to anticipate the campus’ evolving needs and align our resources and priorities to support them. In this time of rapid technological change, we remain committed, through our core values, to serving UCI with world-class solutions that further the University’s mission. Continue Reading Technology Roadmap

Taking UCI’s Transcripts Digital

Feb 11, 2021

Three hundred and seventy thousand. That is how many students and alumni make up the UCI community. And it’s also the number of individuals at UCI that may at some point need to request a copy of their official transcript records from the University. In November, UCI made this process a lot easier when it… Continue Reading Taking UCI’s Transcripts Digital

Duo for Office 365

Feb 4, 2021

Beginning on March 2, 2021, Duo multi-factor authentication will be required for all UCI Office 365 accounts. Using Duo will strengthen security when accessing your UCI Outlook, Calendar, OneDrive, Teams, and other O365 services. Continue Reading Duo for Office 365

Adobe Creative Cloud

Oct 29, 2020

OIT is proud to announce that Adobe Creative Cloud is now available for free to enrolled students, current employees* and their guests/sponsored accounts. Continue Reading Adobe Creative Cloud

“What the Tech” Series Shares Online Resources with Students

Oct 27, 2020

From making the best use of Canvas, UCI’s learning management system, to accessing library resources, to choosing the right laptop, to employing Zoom best practices – understanding the technology needed for remote learning has never been more important for students – especially our newest Anteaters. As the fall quarter kicked off virtually on September 28… Continue Reading “What the Tech” Series Shares Online Resources with Students

2019 OIT Customer Satisfaction Survey

The Office of Information Technology has embarked on the third cycle of our customer satisfaction survey as part of an overall strategy for continuous service improvement. In cooperation with UC San Diego, who has been successfully using this process for many years, we hope to enhance our understanding of which IT services are of most value to you, and where we have opportunities to serve you better.

We Heard You

OIT leadership has analyzed the results to develop a plan for the next fiscal year. Areas that appear to need special attention are being prioritized and a general plan for making improvements is being implemented.

We Heard You 2019

 

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