ITS Teaching & Learning is partnering with the Bentley Historical Library to preserve the history of CTools by archiving documents and stories about CTools from its creation to retirement. Faculty, staff, and students who worked with CTools are invited to share their CTools stories by filling out the short Qualtrics survey on our website: https://its.umich.edu/academics-research/teaching-learning/ctools-retirement/stories. Your perspective is vital… Read More »
Long before Arbor Lakes became the residence of U-M Information and Technology Services and Health Information Technology and Services, it was owned by Manufacturing Data Systems, Inc. (MDSI), a pioneer of computer-aided manufacturing. On Friday, June 15, 2018, MDSI returned to Arbor Lakes for their 50-year reunion. For co-founders Charles (Chuck) Hutchins (U-M class of ’57), Ken Stephanz,… Read More »
Douglas Van Houweling, UMSI professor of information, also known as the “Father of the Internet,” retired in April after a long, remarkable career at UMSI and U-M. During his time at U-M, Van Houweling has served as UMSI associate dean for research and innovation; U-M dean for academic outreach and vice provost for information and technology; and U-M… Read More »
The Bicentennial IT Historic Timeline showcases the rich history of technology innovation at U-M.