The American Library Association’s (ALA) Office for Information Technology Policy (OITP) and the Library & Information Technology Association (LITA) have named Penn State’s Information Technology Service’s One Button Studio a 2014 Cutting Edge Service. The selection designated the One Button Studio as an example of a creative use of technology that can and should be replicated by libraries across the country.
Bitcoin is a digital payment network that allows users to engage in direct transactions without the oversight of a banking organization or government. It's based on open source software, meaning the programming is published publicly, and any developer around the world can download, review or modify the source code.
Research reveals cultural differences in how people customize cellphones.
TLT Studio strives to build online collaboration, improve Web-based ed tech at Penn State
TLT Studio, one of the newest units of Teaching and Learning with Technology (TLT), strives to play an important role in the future of the Web in higher education by being "makers" utilizing web development talent, web design talent and user experience expertise.
People in leadership positions may sacrifice privacy for security
People with higher job status may be more willing to compromise privacy for security reasons and also be more determined to carry out those decisions, according to researchers.
Technology camps at Penn State encourage students’ interest in IST
Four camps being offered this summer at Penn State's College of Information Sciences and Technology (IST) through the iTech Academy program are providing area youth the opportunity to learn new technology, have fun and gain an understanding of what IST has to offer.
Analysis shows most software vulnerabilities are minor
Penn State's College of Information Sciences and Technology and Tripwire crunched the numbers for the top 25 percent of vulnerability management contributors, scanning their networks nearly continuously, and determined that most of them can be categorized as "minor."
TLT 101 faculty engagement series for campuses — August 20
Faculty from Penn State campuses are invited to attend the next open house for “TLT 101,” a faculty engagement series designed to raise awareness, build community, increase proficiency, enhance experience and extend conversation about teaching with technology at Penn State. The series will take place on August 20, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at Penn State Altoona.