Update: Sage Sacket has been featured in Analytics = the future of business, an article in the annual Business magazine.
Almost two years have passed since the Office of Information Technology producer director John Mackenzie came across a very interesting lecture capture solution called Learning Glass.
Congratulations to the Office of Information Technology team of Stephen Kettner, Dan Bracken, John MacKenzie, David Evans and Kevin Abbott for recently completing the 18th season of Bronco Review.
WWMT's Lora Painter had a chance to stop by Waldo Library and chat with Scott Russell and Kevin Abbott about the one year anniversary of the Virtual Reality Lab. The VR Lab came into being through the collaborative efforts of both the Library and the Office of Information Technology.
At the start of each semester the Office of Information Technology sees an increase in phishing attacks aimed at new students and students returning to campus after a break. Greg Lozeau, the Director of IT Security and Privacy, took some time to talk with Maggie Drew, a staff reporter of the Western Herald, about phishing; what it is, what to do if you get phished and how to avoid it.
Western Michigan University values the exchange of ideas and respects the intellectual work and property of others. Consistent with these values, WMU does not tolerate or condone plagiarism or copyright violations.
Welcome back to campus WMU faculty and students! I hope everyone had a productive summer. Those of you who closely follow the CIO updates may notice that there were no updates published in July and August. OIT is in the process of changing the way we communicate information to the campus community.
This is my favorite time of the year! Not only is it hot outside but the heat is also being turned up indoors as the various Office of Information Technology (OIT) teams work feverishly to prepare for the 2018-19 academic school year.
In 1984 the Detroit Tigers won the World Series and their tagline for that amazing season was "Bless you Boys". This tagline signified the pride and enjoyment every Tiger fan felt that year. Well let me steal from that 1984 season by extending a "bless you seniors" to all the Computer Science students who participated in the April 17 Engineering Senior Design Conference.