Tag Archive: UCLA

Upcoming Webinar: How the UCLA Library Provides Virtual Services to Staff and the General Campus

Is anything real anymore, or is it all smoke and mirrors?

The UCLA Library provides virtual applications and desktops to library staff, and virtual applications to campus through the Campus Library Instructional Computing Commons’ (CLICC) Software Shortcut.

Leveraging a…
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Greater than the Sum of Its Parts: Smart Manufacturing Institute Launches

By Julie Tran, CESMII Membership Manager. UCLA has been on the forefront of data analytics and next-generation IT in manufacturing for over 10 years, and was among the co-founders of the initiative in 2006 that led to the formation of…
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BruinTech Program Unites IT Staff Across UCLA

By Stefanie Pietkiewicz, Project Manager, Community Partnership Programs, Office of Information Technology, UCLA

Breaking down the silos

With more than 1000 technologists sprinkled across hundreds of departments, UCLA desperately needed a campuswide program to unify its widely dispersed IT staff.


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OPT – Free UCLA Classroom Polling Tool for Campus Courses

By Adeney Zo, IT Communications Analyst, Office of Information Technology, UCLA.  UCLA’s Office of Information Technology (OIT) has released OPT (Online Polling Tool), a web-based classroom polling tool that’s accessible through computers and mobile devices, and…
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UC Scientists and Programmers Fight to Save Climate Data

By Alexa Rivetti, IT Communications Coordinator, UCOP.  On a rainy LA afternoon, over 60 faculty, staff and students from UCLA, UC Santa Barbara, UC San Diego, and CalTech came together to preserve some of the nation’s climate change data that…
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