Enhancing academic accommodations: Ingredients for success
Continuous communication, effective management, a collaborative team, and accurate process definition. These are the key factors that contributed to the success of recent changes to the academic accommodations process. Thanks to a collaborative effort, new system functionalities have transformed the digital experience.
A security vulnerability for Windows users is now in circulation, nicknamed PrintNightmare which exploits a print loophole within Microsoft’s operating system allowing cybercriminals to execute with system-level privileges on your computer and affects versions of Windows.
Innovative ideas welcomed! Two new forums to consult on IT initiatives
Technologies that work for you. It’s a key idea that defines the University’s Digital Campus Transformation Plan. It isn’t just lip service; Information Technology wants feedback. Two new discussion forums offer professors and students to have their say about IT initiatives.
What you missed at the latest Chatbot Community of Practice discussion
If you ever listened to Led Zeppelin’s song titled “What is and what should never be,” you probably never imagined it being the opening line to a discussion about chatbots. Professor Jason Millar recently used the song to kick-off an exciting talk about the future of chatbots at the University.
How uOttawa Women in Innovation is inspiring conversation around equity, diversity and inclusion
Culture and learned behaviour take time to shed before new ideas and action take hold to nurture a working environment where everyone has a seat and a voice at the table. With uOttawa Women in Innovation, this is our mission. The goal is to create a safe space to showcase and discuss bold ideas that advance equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) in the communities we serve.