Java programming. It's more than your normal cup of Joe.
As part of our #OSUWomenInTech series, we had a chance to sit down with Smith to learn more about her daily job, how she stays up on industry news and what technology she is most excited about.
Hacking has been a hot topic in the news of recent. Here at Ohio State we have a team of security anyalists who keep university systems safe, data secure and policies updated so your information is right where it should be, and nowhere it shouldn't.
Becky Mayse is a Senior Security Analyst with Enterprise Security whose work teaches us new ways to keep our digital lives safe, whether at school or home.
As part of our #OSUWomenInTech series, we had a chance to sit down with Mayse to learn more about her daily job, how she stays up...
Valerie Rake, Associate Director for eLearning Support is responsible for keeping your favorite learning managment system up and running. Besides managing Carmen , she also watches over tools like CarmenConnect , CarmenWiki , Top Hat , and Mediasite .... to name a few.
As part of our #OSUWomenInTech series, we had a chance to sit down with Rake to learn more about her daily job, how she stays up on industry news and what technology she is most excited about.
What are you excited about in technology? We asked our tech-savvy employees and they had lots to say. We’ve been talking about advancements in technology, great on-campus tech resources, and general advice for the new semester.
This week we got the opportunity to talk to Drake Addis and ask him about his experience with Tech Hub, the rise of augmented reality, and what else he’s involved in on campus.
What’s your major?
I am a third year here at Ohio State and my major is Computer and Information Sciences. I don’t quite know what I want...
You’re invited to join us on February 7 for our first annual Women in Technology night. Meet up with us, our guest speaker Erica Krumlauf and women working in technology from across the university for an evening of light refreshments and networking.
If January has got you feeling cooped up in your apartment, classes or dorm room we have the solution; become the head of an Italian city-state and manipulate, bluff and bribe your way to power. Or at least play a game that allows you to do that. Fight the winter blues with some friendly competition at our Coup tournament on January 23 from 5 -7 p.m. Try our new furniture, eat some snacks and possibly win an Apple TV™. Space is limited, make sure to sign up to reserve your spot.
As we get ready for a new semester and new year we’ve been thinking about our resolutions. Tech resolutions to be specific.
Aligning the way we should use technology with the way we actually do can be as wishful as our other more lofty resolutions. Whether you want to become more secure online, maintain a better life balance with your tech or just make a good new habit, we know it can be harder than it looks. This year we’ve put together a few small ideas that can make a big difference; and some tips to make them stick...
Reading Day is for reading. That is, until you can’t read any more. When it’s time for a well-deserved study break, stop by Tech Hub for movies, popcorn and the chance to win an Apple TV®.
We will be showing four movies on December 8 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and serving up free popcorn. While you’re in the store, be sure to enter our Apple TV® raffle so we can enable your post-finals Netflix binge. The winner will be announced December 9 on Twitter .
The pitches are complete, votes have been tallied and we are excited to announce the recipients of our 2016 Student Project Grants. We will be sharing the progress of the recipients throughout this semester and next. In March, our winners will be back to present about their progress and share their successes.
Take a picture of a sign in Spanish, see a translation on your phone. Take a photo of a sign in Arabic, not so much. The visual translation feature of Google Translate is infinitely useful, but unavailable for non-Latin languages. To fill...