Digital & Organizational Transformation (DOT) increases knowledge and recognition of current IT solutions through IT Marketing & Communications, reimagines access to information, tools, and resources, envisioning what's possible through digital transformation and continuous improvement, while cultivating an IT workforce that bridges the gap between our culture and future capabilities.
The Digital & Organizational Transformation team works with all OSU IT units and other OSU offices to ensure our IT efforts are connected, holistic in approach, and not duplicative. The following information describes our teams and services:
UIT's Marketing & Communications team provides services that span four key functional areas:
UIT's digital transformation team provides services supporting the planning, facilitation, and design of digital transformations and continuous improvement for OSU, including business process management (BPM), business analysis, and the stakeholder experience. UIT's digital transformation team works closely with OSU's central Enterprise Project Portfolio Management Office (EPPMO) in providing business analysis support for key OSU IT strategic efforts.
The following resources are offered to help, support, and educate the OSU community:
GenderMag is a methodology supporting the inclusive design of software tools. GenderMag helps usability professionals and software designers find and fix gender-inclusivity issues within software. By seeking out these exclusions, software practitioners (e.g. UX/UI professionals, designers, developers, etc.) can use these as opportunities to create new ideas and inclusive designs, catering their tools to a broader, more diverse user base.
To learn more, visit GenderMag >>
The MyOregonState Training & Professional Development dashboard allows you to peruse and search from among dozens of trainings offered by various OSU offices for current OSU employees.
To learn more, visit MyOregonState >>
LinkedIn Learning is an online educational platform with over 16,000 courses, helping you discover and develop business, technology-related, and creative skills through expert-led course videos. LinkedIn Learning is currently available at no cost to all active OSU employees and students.
To learn more, visit OSU’s LinkedIn Learning Library >>
OSU’s Talent Management Initiative (TMI) is a multi-year, university strategic action led by University Human Resources (UHR). OSU IT partners with UHR on shared talent management priorities. Learn more about how we are advancing the TMI through the Performance Management Pilot or download the IT Workforce Project report below (OSU Login required).
The Search Advocate program works to enhance equity, validity, and diversity in university hiring. Search Advocates are trained OSU employees and students who serve as external search committee members who promote equity and diversity on OSU searches.
To learn more, visit the Search Advocate Program website >>
The Association of Faculty for the Advancement of People of Color (AFAPC) is an OSU organization that works to recruit, retain, build community, and provide support for employees of color, and indigenous and mixed-heritage identities at OSU.
To learn more, visit the AFAPC website >>
The cultural resource centers work to foster an inclusive community at OSU that’s committed to social justice for all people, regardless of racial/ethnic background, gender, sexual orientation, religion, socioeconomic class, age, and/or physical abilities.
To learn more, visit the Cultural Resource Centers website >>
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