By Jeané Blunt. Gigi Johnson, Ed.D., teaches music industry courses at the UCLA Herb Albert School of Music and was the founding executive director of the UCLA Center for Music Innovation. She also hosts the UCLA podcast, Innovating Music.
Tag Archive: innovation
By Melani Roberson. While we work from home, due to COVID-19, UC San Diego is using an innovation platform to gather employee feedback on how their work is transitioning (virtual or otherwise) in this new and uncertain environment.
Read more about Riding the IdeaWave during COVID-19
By Meghan Steele Horan.
Imagine a device that could stand up to even the most intense fires so that it could automatically signal others when a firefighter is immobilized on the job.
UCLA researchers and colleagues at two other universities…
Read more about Scientists Create Fire-Retardant Sensors for Safety Gear in Harsh Environments
By Shadee Ashtari.
In March, the Health Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) awarded the 2018 HIMSS Nicholas E. Davies Award of Excellence to UCLA Health for its progressive use of health care information technology (IT) to improve patient outcomes…
Read more about UCLA Health Receives Award for Technologies that Improve Patient Outcomes
By Jacob Poore.
A computer lab in a vending machine? That’s what UC Riverside’s Information Technology Solutions (ITS) organization made possible when it implemented self-service laptop checkout kiosks on campus for students.
The kiosks are a lot like a vending machine — or video rental kiosk — for campus-owned laptops, and offer three device options, including Dell…
Read more about UC Riverside Students Check out Laptops from Kiosks
By Roshni Pratap.
A new systemwide agreement is in place for Gradescope, effective April 2, 2019.
What is Gradescope?
Gradescope is a market leader in the digital grading space designed to make grading more consistent, fair, and efficient. Gradescope…
Read more about UC Gets Systemwide Agreement for Gradescope Online Grading System
By Shani Murray.
How do we build systems that proactively promote values of inclusion? This is one of the questions the Department of Informatics hopes to tackle over the next few years, thanks to a Graduate Assistance in Areas of National…
Read more about Informatics Department Receives $1.1M to Study Socially Responsible AI
By Michael Marchant.
After the disastrous California wildfires, how did the many, many displaced people – separated from their local clinics, doctors’ offices, medical records, even medications – get care? How did providers and first responders treat them, when they…
Read more about UCD Health Is Ready: Health Information Exchange when Disaster Strikes
SAP SE (NYSE: SAP) announced the successful rollout of the SAP Student Activity Hub solution through a partnership with the University of California, San Diego, combining student demographic, course and learning data into one central platform.
Access across the enterprise…
Read more about UC San Diego Goes Live with a Student Success Analytics Platform
By Tom Andriola.
Last month marked five years since we started publishing the UC IT Blog. In that time, the blog has evolved to become what I call “the story of us” – 8000 IT professionals serving the University of…
Read more about Enter the ‘Blogiversary’ Contests!