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Salesforce praised our holistic approach to the well-being of our students and for leveraging technology tools to keep students safe and connected.
The spread of coronavirus and the COVID-19 disease it causes has had an unprecedented impact on life around the globe. Within the St. Thomas community, that impact is being felt in a myriad of ways, including in a full shift to online learning.
Dr. Edmund Clark, CIO and VP for Innovation & Technology Services, was featured in B2E Media's Interface Magazine for the customer-centric focus he and the department adopt in their work. This article discusses how harnessing the power of data, addressing the achievement gap, and transforming the learning experience are all influenced by technology. Featured article begins on page 46 of the magazine. Read it online.
Learn about tools available to make an impact in your face-to-face, blended, and online course.
In a surge of phishing scams, hackers have compromised the private information of about 430 St. Thomas email accounts, according to Information Technology Services.
Called “OneStThomas,” the intranet will be accessible only with a St. Thomas username and password and serve as a digital “wrapper” for Office365, SharePoint technologies and internal campus communications.
For the first time, Information Technology Services is launching a pilot called Canvas to potentially replace Blackboard, a virtual classroom that has been used by St. Thomas faculty and students since 2002. About 100 students this fall and 400 students this spring will test Canvas.
Information Technology Services, formerly known as IRT, has seen many changes during the past year seeking to improve in ways that benefit the campus community.