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Volume 7 Issue 1

April 2013


UMID-Day is July 16th.  Are You Ready for the Changeover?

As of July 16, 2013, the UMID will be the ONLY form of authentication accepted by nearly 150 applications and websites used by students/staff/faculty at UM Baltimore....More...

The Evolution of UMVibe, Introducing Version 2.0

Novell Vibe is a secure web-based tool for sharing information and working collaboratively among groups of people....More...

Mediasite Upgrade Planned

As part of our ongoing commitment to supporting academic technologies at UM, CITS is investing significant dollars to replace and upgrade existing hardware infrastructure in order to implement and support the latest release of Mediasite (v.6.1) on campus....More...

Coeus Evolving to Kuali Coeus

Over the next year, UMB will transition from our current Coeus system to the new Kuali Coeus system for our electronic research administration needs. We anticipate this transition to be complete in early 2014....More...

New Space Inventory System (ARCHIBUS)

Good news for users who were frustrated using the old space inventory system, OSIS:  CITS and the Office of Capital Budget and Planning have replaced OSIS with a new, modern, and easier-to-use system known as ARCHIBUS....More...

Converting Academic History to Banner from Legacy Database

CITS personnel, in conjunction with the Office of Records and Registrations (ORR), have worked for over a year to complete a project to convert student Academic History records from the legacy database to SIMS...More...

New Process Added for Students to View Immunization Records

A new capability has been added to SURFS (Student User Friendly System) which will allow students to view their Immunization Records online via the Student tab/Student Records link...More...

The Institute Launches New Website

The Institute for Innovation and Implementation (“The Institute”) may not be as familiar to most of us on campus as the School of Social Work with which it is affiliated, but that is about to change.  February marked the release of The Institute's new website...More...

New Software Product Offerings

The software licensing office has the following new Adobe products available for personal use for faculty, students and staff...More...

COOP Web App Coming Soon

The Center for Information Technology Services (CITS) is developing a web application for the University of Maryland Baltimore’s Continuity of Operations Plans (COOPs)...More...

Last updated on April 10, 2013