Over the past two years, the term “zoom bombing” became prevalent in discussions about our remote work experience. Zoom bombing means a situation where unauthorized individuals gain access to a virtual meeting and cause disruption. To deal with this very disruptive practice, IT@UC made changes to the Faculty One Stop and Compliance Training systems in effect from Monday 02/21/2022.
Moving forward, meeting links will not display on the main information page for workshops. Instructors should enter the meeting URL in the “other information” section and only those individuals logged in and who register for a workshop will be able to see this section in the workshop description. This will help ensure that only UC credential holders and individuals who had an account created for them will have access to this information after registration.
For instructors – where to enter this information
For workshop registrants – where to find this information.
For technical support with Faculty One Stop, please call 513-558-2101 or email email@example.com
Want to work with ARCGIS but are not sure where to start? This workshop is for individuals who want to visualize spatial patterns in data but have no experience with geographic information system (GIS) software or who want to learn about resources available to the UC community through UC Libraries and the Department of Geography. Workshop instructors will guide participants as they create a GIS using the software ARCGIS to geocode a dataset and create a map
The workshop will be taught by Instructors from UC Libraries and the Department of Geography. For more information, contact Amy Koshoffer, science informationist, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
During the week of April 14-20 the University of Cincinnati Libraries will join other libraries on campuses and communities nationwide in celebrating National Library Week. The University of Cincinnati Libraries will celebrate National Library Week by offering our users an opportunity to demonstrate their research skills and win prizes by taking a research skills contest.
What: Test your investigative skills and explore the library for clues to solve a murder mystery! Hope you don’t lose your appetite because PIZZA and DRINKS will be provided after the murderer has been found!
On October 1, 2009, President Barack Obama issued a proclamation establishing October as National Information Literacy Awareness Month. Information literacy, or the ability to find, evaluate, and use information effectively, is key in preparing students for being actively involved in a democratic society and seeking highly skilled jobs. Information literacy skills lay a solid foundation for lifelong learning. Continue reading →