"Countless takeaways ranging from communication, time management, and interpersonal skills in working with a team with various functional backgrounds, to different development processes, and University web standards." - Dmitry Kutin
It is important to follow through with the priorities outlined in the Digital Campus Transformation Plan to meet student expectations.
Within our new reality, Information Technology at the University of Ottawa has become more important than ever before.
If there is a positive outcome from the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s that it has been our highway to collaborate more and grow as a more cohesive IT team and University.
One of the services we offer at Information Technologies is training, where we teach researchers how to use the various tools that are available to enhance their research
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Despite the pandemic still ongoing this fall, the return back to school in September used pretty much the same processes.
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We will help you become more secure online by sharing internal and external resources available to protect yourself and your devices.
How do you keep CO-OP and work-study students involved and engaged in their work terms? Communication within teams and among other students is key to a rewarding experience for our students.
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