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OneIT News: IT@GT 101, Azure Workshop, Peer Coaching, 2019 MOR Participants

OneIT News: IT@GT 101, Azure Workshop, Peer Coaching, 2019 MOR Participants

Hello…

Some news items, circulated on behalf of the OneIT organizing committee:


1) IT@GT 101 Course Offered April 4

Those new to IT support roles on campus have few ways of learning about the various services available to them. IT@GT 101 can help.

This introductory course provides an overview of IT services on campus. The course is four hours with a 30-minute break. It is intended for people serving in a technology support role on campus. IT employees and IT student employees relatively new or of longer tenure welcome.

Location: Engineered Biosystem Building (EBB) Krone – Room 1005
Date: April 4th
Time: 1:00 – 4:30pm

Please sign up https://b.gatech.edu/2ECQWwC

2) Azure Workshop Offered March 28

This will be a one-day “intro” course conducted by Microsoft representatives. Topics will be items that the general IT community would want to know — e.g., how to access Azure, provisioning, networking, storage, etc. Agenda still being finalized.

Date: March 28, 9am-4pm
Location: TBD, likely in CODA

Signup to be circulated soon.

3) Peer Coaching Program

This spring, a small group of IT professionals (and MOR program alumni) is piloting a peer coaching program at GT. With lessons learned from this pilot, the group anticipates opening the program more broadly this fall. More information about peer coaching as a practice and about the pilot here:

http://oneit.gatech.edu/peer-coaching/

4) 2019 MOR IT Leadership Participants (GT Digital Leaders Program)

The MOR IT Leadership Program (now known here as the GT Digital Leaders Program) draws participation from many respected higher education institutions and seeks to enhance the professional development of individuals who will play management and leadership roles within higher ed information technology. More information here:

http://www.morassociates.com/itlp/itlp-readings/ITLP-Overview.pdf

This year’s program consists of 33 IT professionals from both central and campus IT groups:

  • Mike Anderson, Civil & Environmental Engineering
  • Dina Archer, Resource Management
  • Sherry Belom, ITS
  • Christian Birk, AV Services
  • Victor Bolet, Instructional Technologies
  • Jeremy Bowden, GTRI-CIPHER
  • Nan Deeprasert, A&I
  • Malynda Dorsey, Communications
  • Justin Filoseta, College of Sciences
  • Stephen Garrett, Digital Business
  • Warren Goetzel, Instructional Technologies
  • JulieBeth Golden, Resource Management
  • Troy Hilley, College of Sciences
  • Ruben Lara, PACE
  • Garth Milford, ITS
  • Thomas Miller, Networking
  • Schantel Mitchell, College of Business
  • Eric Mungai, Industrial & Systems Engineering
  • Natalie Palmer, EIS
  • Angelica Remolina, College of Engineering
  • Jennifer Rhodes, PPMO
  • Mark Robinson, EIS
  • Vicki Rogers, ITS
  • Larry Rowe, PPMO
  • Mark Sanders, Office of Development
  • Eric Sembrat, College of Engineering
  • Jessica Shaffer, Networking
  • Adam Smith, A&I
  • Uwanna Smith, College of Computing
  • Gabe Vannice, Engineered Biosystems
  • Bobby Wellman, GTPE
  • Christopher Wright, College of Sciences
  • Joe Zima, Ivan Allen College

Congratulations to these participants!