Over the past several years we have seen a rapidly developing increase in the need for research-based data storage across the academic disciplines. The organization has seen many examples of individuals who change roles (e.g., marketing prospect to applicant, then student, then alumni, then employee) over time. We are confident that through this planning process, Duke is being well directed in providing a technical and support infrastructure capable of supporting its mission through the coming years. Duke University has demonstrated the user-centered and mobile-first paradigm of system design with its Duke Mobile app, which provides a simple interface to a broad range of functions. U9vzin(AnC_s>|+ J
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Faculty benefit from more spaces that can support an increasingly diverse set of pedagogical strategies (Team Based Learning, Active Learning, Group and Project-based Learning, Flipped Classroom, etc.). We will therefore need to: We must build capacity and provide support for emerging forms of online teaching and learning. Accessibility is a key consideration for those with disabilities with the increased use of technology. Leverage identity and/or access tokens for third-party applications. stream It must include OIT but also be a university-wide group. Other drivers may emerge (e.g., telemedicine). In addition to the primary research support systems of SPS and SAP, there are a number of niche systems which play a role in supporting research administration including eIRB for Medical School human subjects protocols; SES for sponsored effort tracking; ECRT for institution effort reporting; KSS for research contract tracking; CoreResearch for research core services and billing; and a number of other applications. Adopting a strategic stance to embracing the above benefits students and faculty dealing with an increasingly complex learning environment. The rate of this change, both technological and cultural, is having a dramatic impact on university life and the academic enterprise. The form knows who he is due to previous authentication to another site, so he only has to answer 2-3 questions regarding his general usage, and to confirm that the serial number and model of the computer that we have on record from him is accurate. Information technology is now so integral to modern university life that IT organizations must act more as partners within the academic enterprise rather than as only the providers of secure and reliable IT infrastructures and services. Another issue found between the campus and the SOM (it may occur between schools, departments, centers and institutes as well) is the inability to adopt similar processes so common IT systems can be shared across the entities. When and how should we vet and monitor devices entering the network? While log and data collection can be of benefit, the sheer mass of data requires a reimagining of how the data is analyzed to identify critical security issues. 3-Closure of ticket: Including the automated closure and often a manual response from the analyst stating details about the resolution. Dukes classroom configurations vary significantly across the academic units; many rooms are already capable of recording and delivering excellent media experiences, while others are in need of reconfiguration and upgrade. So-called adaptive learning tools have the potential to provide students with customized/customizable pathways to work through. 43, Appendix VI: Report of the Working Group on Support Models, Procurement and Licensing.. 47, Appendix VII: Report of the Working Group on Online Presence, Web and Mobile. 52. Product was successfully added to your shopping cart. Upon requesting assistance or reporting known issues, knowledge, and common automated requests would be prompted in hopes to increase self-service prior to requesting assistance. Having the data in a common database might make data extraction and reporting much easier, but this can be better accomplished via making the data available via APIs as well as via the Tableau reporting tool. In the past we have attacked this problem by using existing platforms (e.g., dFac built on SAP). Sadly, the creativity and energy of the attackers appears to be unbounded, with new and serious threats appearing with concerning frequency. Improve and grow current data collection mechanisms for Duke network and systems. The model of having a large team devoted to security, and other IT workers who treat security as not their area, is inefficient and ineffective. However, the rapidly changing nature of the technology industry requires that any approach to planning incorporate a continuous survey of the technology landscape and constant course correction. Duke as an enterprise should be ready to accommodate them as they emerge. Duke has recently obtained (through RENCI) connectivity to Internet2 circuit service (I2-AL2S), enabling on-demand high-speed connectivity to other academic institutions and national labs. Seven university-wide IT working groups were constituted in order to develop a comprehensive IT plan for Duke that can support needs and ambitions of the broad range of university IT stakeholders. Though security is very difficult to guarantee on personally owned smartphones and the like, nonetheless our users are expecting to be able to manage aspects of their research data activities, even those involving sensitive data, from their mobile devices, making use of applications developed for this purpose. These can also be used as authorization bearer tokens for service accounts in internal server-to-server authorization. Residential ISPs in the region are improving last-mile service to home users, which will feed this trend increase demands. To achieve this future vision, services need to be developed in front of each of the applications.