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Open Data in Cities: A Role Perspective on Misalignments in an Open Data Value Chain. Elisabeth Gebka presents her 2022 doctoral thesis (University of Namur, Belgium) Abstract: Nowadays, municipalities are encouraged to publish their data as “open data...
Welcome to acknowledge Mental Health Days together with us. You will get the opportunity to increase your awareness about mental health theese days. There will be exhibitions and trained staff to answer questions. Arranged by: Student Health Care...
“Eftersnack” or, in English, a post-meeting discussion – a concept where you as an employee will have the chance to take part in what was discussed at the university's latest board meeting. The information about the topics that will be discussed at the...
At the moment, there is a problem with heating/cooling in building D, in Balder. In connection with the replacement of the control system for ventilation, heating/cooling may vary throughout building D. The work is expected to be completed early next week.
During the weekend, 1-2 of october, we perform maintenance on some of our systems and services.
This means that temporary disruptions may occur that affect login, printing and access to e-mail.
We have recently experienced interference and/or performance issues with our WiFi during certain times of the day. This due to a increased amount of usage of wireless network.
To deal with the problems, we have replaced the firewall that handles the traffic in the network, which made it slightly better, but we have a number of measures left that will be implemented as soon as possible.
We have also been working on a planned exchange of access points to a newer model which, among other things, handles many clients in a better way. However, this exchange is unfortunately delayed by the global component shortage. Access points that we ordered at the beginning of the year are scheduled to be delivered only in December.
If you experience problems, a good solution seems to be to turn off the wireless network in the computer and then turn it on again after a little while. Also consider using a fixed connection when you are in your office, which is more stable and faster and reduces the load on the wireless network.
Here's a reminder of the features available on your personal start page, how it differs from Teams, and, of course, a teaser about new features that are in the works.
That cases are missing important documents and that cases are not closed when everything is complete: these are the two most common problems in the university's handling of cases in W3D3, its system for document and case management. After the Chancellor of Justice's latest review of our cases, an improvement in handling is now being requested.
The university is now making a major investment in developing its leadership: all managers must participate in a leadership development programme. Those who started this September were the university's head leadership, including Deans of Faculty, the Head of Professional Services, the Director of the Executive Office, the Director of Research and Innovation, the Vice-Chancellor, the Pro-Vice-Chancellor, and the Director of HR.
Rebin Baker, Learning Technologist at the University Library and EduTech, has suddenly passed away. He was also stationed at 50 percent at the Faculty of Police Work.
This autumn the university library starts a new series of presentations for researchers and doctoral students. Every week there is an opportunity to start the day with a 20-minute-presentation from the library.