Feature Articles

It’s Finals and I Need a Computer! UCSD Library Finds Innovation through Imperfect Iteration

students viewing a chart that lists available computers in the UCSD Geisel Library

By Jessica Hilt.

The Geisel Library is one of the busiest places on the UC San Diego campus, especially during finals week. Students pack the tables, group study rooms, and couches. But the space isn’t the only reason. It’s also…
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The IT Roadmap at UC Irvine 

A collage of an Anteater statue, a lab technician pouring chemicals and a network room.

 By Lyle Wiedeman. 

 The Office of Information Technology at UC Irvine has embarked on a series of strategic changes to position ourselves as campus partners in support of UCI’s growing needs and strategic plan. 

 Technology portfolio 

OIT has focused on key areas of technology and…
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For Children with Complex Medical Situations, A New Roadmap for Improving Health

Woman reads to child in wheelchair

Children with severe disabilities, serious cognitive impairments and medically complex situations require more specialized health care during their lifetimes. But establishing a consistent way to identify their overall health needs and measure progress in meeting those needs has been an…
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Five UCs Benefit from UCSFs Clinical Trials Website

screenshot of UCSF clinical trials website

by Leslie Yuan and Anirvan Chatterjee 

 UCSF launched its new Clinical Trials website in late 2016 (see blog article). Developed by the Research Technology team in the Clinical & Translational Science Institute (CTSI), the site makes it easy for UCSF patients, doctors, and researchers to find, learn about, and engage…
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