News & Events

May 2018 Blackboard Update

An update to UC's LMS, Blackboard, is required to protect student data and resolve other bugs in the current version. The system will be unavailable at the time of the update. 




Registration Now Open for Third Annual UC DATA Day

The March 6 event, hosted by the University of Cincinnati Libraries and IT@UC, offers solutions to data challenges and fosters a community of best practices around improved data management. Seats are limited; early registration is encouraged. 


Keep your information on lock with IT@UC

IT@UC has some helpful tips for keeping your personal information safe.

IT@UC wants to help you secure your online information with an Information Security refresh. Read the full article to learn how you can keep your online information on lock!


What is wepa

wepa is UC's new personal printing service that provides printing for students at various locations around campus; including computer labs, libraries, and other UC public locations.

Link to the full story 


Architecting Education with Modern Technology

Vice President for Information Technology & CIO Nelson Vincent shares the importance of collaboration when it comes to technology in the modern university. Link to the story in Enterprise Services Outlook


ScienceNode: Hand in hand into the Metaverse

Chris Collins of the IT@UC Center for Simulations and Virtual Environments is featured in this story about how scientists are collaborating to discover how they can further the Metaverse uses in research and education.
Link to ScienceNode story.


The Center for Excellence in eLearning’s Jason Day selected as an Apple Distinguished Educator for the Class of 2017

The Apple Distinguished Educators (ADE) program recognizes K–12 and higher-education innovators who are using Apple technology to transform teaching and learning.


Supporting Faculty Adoption of Technology: What Can We Do?

Pat Reid of the IT@UC Center for Excellence in eLearning and the Center for the Enhancement of Teaching & Learning, authors an article featured in the Educase Review. Link to Educause story.