Category: Technology

ChatGPT: Adapting Assessments with AI in Mind

Don’t miss UFIT’s Tech Byte virtual event on April 11.

Keep your identity secure, protect yourself from scams

This month, the Social Security Administration (SSA) held a Slam the Scam Day, where they shared tools to help you recognize Social Security-related scams. Below are SSA and UFIT resources to keep yourself and your loved ones safe from scammers.

Learn more about AI tools

Join the Center for Teaching Excellence on March 30 at 9 a.m. for an informal, roundtable discussion about new artificial intelligence tools like ChatGPT.

Virtual Exchange Training applications due April 1

Virtual Exchange Training is a five-week online course during which UF faculty are guided through the steps of creating a virtual exchange.

Your tech idea can receive funding

Do you have a technology-related idea to enhance UF’s academic environment? Consider submitting a proposal to the Technology Fee Academic Innovation Grants.

Selection of new administrative information system is underway

The University of Florida has launched an effort to replace the current myUFL system — currently run on Oracle’s PeopleSoft application — with a new, more capable and streamlined system that will better support faculty and staff’s diverse work.

Protect your personal information online

Read this UFIT article to learn how to clear your cookies and protect your personal information online.

GatorMail security changes coming next week

To improve the security of UF GatorMail, UFIT will implement Microsoft 365 features into email — including how faculty and staff manage spam — on Nov. 1.

Protect yourself from cybercrimes

Phishing emails, with malware and dangerous links embedded in them, increase at the start of each semester. Faculty and staff are encouraged to review the Information Security Office’s social engineering webpage to learn how to protect yourself from cybercriminals.

UF researchers to study integration of AI in middle schools through NLP

UF researchers were recently awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation to explore how to integrate AI learning into middle school science through natural language processing, or NLP.

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