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The Institute for Special Needs Education are using tablets for collecting brand new data for research.
An Introduction to Norwegian has been mentioned both in the rector's blog and in the university paper Uniforum. USIT has played a significant role in the development and production of this free online course (MOOC).
Summer is here and many of you are going on vacation. Did you know that we have a number of IT services designed to make your travelling easier?
UiO Programkiosk 2.0 was launched in late april. The kiosk contains UiO’s selection of programs that you can use without downloading them first. The new kiosk is also available to more users than ever before.
Four new apps, the first of their kind in Norway, are ready to be launched at USIT. And USIT is just getting started.
The fall edition features a total of seventeen courses and hands-on tutorials targeting beginners to advanced users. Notable firsts are courses about TSD (sensitive data), software installation, code management, the Lifeportal, and workflow automation. Plus, you'll get in contact with almost every member of team!
The courses take place between November 2nd and November 6th in Kristen Nygaard's house and Ole Johan Dahl's house.
The Research Computing Services group at USIT presents the Research Computing Services Course Week. The courses take place between April 16th and April 18th in Kristen Nygaard's house and Ole Johan Dahl's house.
The Research Computing Services group at USIT presents the Research Computing Services Course Week. The courses take place between October 22nd and Octrober 25th in Kristen Nygaard's house. This time the course week is mostly about Abel.
Tina Lingjærde is new Head of section in SUAF – Section for Development of National Administrative Systems at USIT. Tina goes to the position from the FUS group, where she has been Head of group for 8 years.
The Universitys Center for Information Technology (USIT) at the University of Oslo has signed a contract for new, advanced computing facilities for research.
The University of Oslo (UiO), the Norwegian technology company Numascale AS and the international corporation IBM, has signed an agreement for a pilot project where Norwegian technology for advanced calculations will be submitted to large-scale testing.