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The Ohio Educational Technology Conference (OETC)(link sends e-mail), the premier P-20 state educational technology conference, is Feb. 9-11. During the three-day conference, OH-TECH will be on-hand to introduce attendees to who we are and what we offer along with delivering some wonderful and informative presentations. For a complete look at our schedule, check out our newest blog.

 

Researchers at Bowling Green State University are explaining the molecular machinery of sight by leveraging the high performance computing resources at OSC for computer modeling. Read the full story here

When Morgan County, Ohio began hunting for a new 911 system, NG911 was the way to go to improve operations and save lives. The switch meant a change from analog to digital, meaning the county would need fiber optic connections. They found that they could use the OARnet backbone to connect not just one, but two diverse paths for 911 necessities. Read more.

History student, Heather Sommer, uses OhioLINK databases to discover 18th century political opinions about America’s first foreign ally. 

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OhioLINK's ETD Center publishes honors theses, theses and dissertations from students at participating Ohio colleges and universities.

OARnet provides Ohio institutions with access to Internet2 to develop new technologies and capabilities.

OARnet’s statewide network delivers solutions that reduce costs, increase productivity and improve customer service.

Staff members at 90 member-libraries easily access vital resource news, information and guidelines from OhioLINK.

OSC offers the ARMSTRONG Client Portal to help researchers across Ohio connect and collaborate.

OhioLINK helps Ohio's academic libraries access high-quality electronic resources and share millions of library items.

eStudent Services’ eTutoring program allows undergraduate students to interact with trained tutors in many academic areas.

OSC Ralph Regula School coordinates a virtual program in computational science offered across the state.