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Upcoming Webinar: Process Capture Approach: Best Practices for Effective and Complete Mapping

Date: Wednesday, March 23
Time: 2-3 p.m.
Presenters: Jonathan Kahn, Enterprise Application Architect, UCOP; Jerome McEvoy, Enterprise Architect, UCOP

This is our second webinar in a three-part series on process mapping. You will learn about the value proposition…
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Spotlight: UCLA’s Czarina Ofalla Improves the Patient Experience with Technology

Posted by Leah Burns, IT Communications Coordinator, UCOP. When Czarina Ofalla was studying biochemistry as an undergrad at UCLA, she had no idea she would end up working in electronic medical records. A part-time job as a pharmacy technician showed…
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Spotlight: Gail Persily, Leading Educational Technology Initiatives for the UCSF Library

Posted By Susan Shen, UCB Intern, UCOP. The conventional image of a librarian is often someone behind a desk taking inventory of books. As Director of Educational Technology Initiatives for the UCSF Library, Gail Persily is so much more.


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Spotlight: Jennifer S. Hopkins, “Helping Transform the UCB Student Experience through Technology”

Posted by Leah Burns, IT Communications Coordinator, UCOP. Jennifer S. Hopkins came to UC Berkeley in 2012, bringing over fifteen years of IT work experience in government and the private sector. For her, the main draw to higher education was…
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Increasing Wireless Speed at UCM – The Next Generation Network Project

Posted by Desiree Silva, IT Communications Officer, UCM. In November 2014, the Office of Information Technology (OIT) at UC Merced began a campus-wide upgrade to provide a faster, more robust internet service to faculty, staff, and students. The Next Generation…
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