The University’s Information Governance Council guides uOttawa towards a digital future
The recently created University of Ottawa’s Information Governance Council was mandated by the Administration Committee to maximize the institutional value deriving from technological investments and practices while ensuring alignment with the University’s strategic priorities and objectives.
We are a team: a journey with Information Technology
ParamiGunasekara, George Agadah, and Ronald Joseph all accepted jobs as web developers with Information Technology at the University of Ottawa before they attended their Convocation ceremony on June 18, 2019.
The new content simplifies and reduces the administrative overhead for researchers, while the new layout highlights the realignment of the content with the research lifecycle, thus improving the user experience.
On May 15, uOttawa’s IT specialists met to discuss current and upcoming IT projects and initiatives. They attended the meeting in person or via Teams, the new Office 365 collaborative tool. They were able to attend the meeting virtually and and take part in the discussions by texting their questions and feedback.
Improving the network to bring faster, more secure Internet connections to uOttawa
Investments in technology are important to students, professors, researchers and staff members alike, but the adoption of new technology requires network upgrades to ensure the best digital teaching, learning and user experience.