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Editor’s Note: Chris Richardson, Deputy Chief Information Office at ASU, recently returned to the University Technology Office after a 6-month secondment with the Arizona Department of Education as interim CIO. Richardson authored the following blog…
This year's Women's History Month was one for the books as departments across ASU rallied in celebration and recognition of women's accomplishments, both on and off campus. From explorations of women’s movements that may save the world to …
According to the National Center for Women & Information Technology, women make up 47 percent of all employed adults in the United States but hold only 25 percent of computing roles. That makes the need for celebrating and recognizing women's…
Editor’s note: This is the fifth and final installment of a five-part series from ASU CIO Lev Gonick, featuring three key trends: digital trust, digital wallets and digital transformation. Read the previous installments now for more from Lev on the…
Editor’s note: This is the fourth installment of a five-part series from ASU CIO Lev Gonick, featuring two key trends: real-time video instruction and artificial intelligence. Read the previous installments now and check back soon for the final…
Editor’s note: This is the third installment of a five-part series from ASU CIO Lev Gonick, featuring two key trends: Engagement and collaboration platforms. Read the first  and second  installments now and check back each Wednesday during the month…
It's in Me
Editor's note: On Thursday, February 11, UTO family member Cheryl Johnson recited an original poem titled "It's in Me" to over 300 UTO family members at the monthly virtual Town Hall. Together, UTO explored the powerful symbiotic relationship…
Editor’s note: This is the second installment of a five-part series from ASU CIO Lev Gonick, featuring two key trends: cities as classrooms of the future and next-generation wireless and wired networks. Read the first installment now and check back…
Editor’s note: This five-part blog series is authored by ASU CIO Lev Gonick, who shares his top 10 predictions for higher education in 2021. New installments will be published every Wednesday during the month of February (and beyond).By: Lev Gonick
At UTO, we are always looking towards the future of technology, especially to understand how it can be leveraged to create more impactful experiences for our community and beyond. In fact, that is the goal of the Learning Futures Collaboratory (LFC…
Since August, UTO has been engaged in "UTO 2.1" -- our new approach to being a rapidly reconfigurable and entrepreneurial organizational structure that prioritizes and executes projects to better meet theneeds of our community.
By: Danielle B. SteeleStudying for a globally recognized professional certification exam is challenging to begin with. But add on top of that a looming exam deadline, a worldwide pandemic and no virtual alternative, and the already stressful process…
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