Center of Excellence for Women in Technology (CEWiT)
The mission of the Center of Excellence for Women in Technology (CEWiT) is to empower IU Bloomington women faculty, staff, students, and alumnae to be leaders in technology fields and to fully leverage technology in support of academic and professional excellence. By equipping women with the resources, training, and intellectual network to support their full participation in technology--rich fields and environments, CEWiT will amplify the strength and impact of IU Bloomington teaching, research, and service; attract top women technologists, students, and institutional and corporate partners; facilitate pioneering interdisciplinary collaborations and entrepreneurial innovations; and serve as a national model for increasing women’s meaningful engagement with technology.
Center for Evaluation & Education Policy
The Center for Evaluation & Education Policy (CEEP) is one of the country's leading nonpartisan program evaluation and education policy research centers. CEEP promotes and supports rigorous evaluation and research primarily, but not exclusively, for educational, human services and nonprofit organizations and agencies. Center projects address state, national and international education questions. CEEP is part of the IU School of Education. When funding is available within a project budget, CEEP employs graduate research assistants or hourly student workers to assist with projects. When funding is not available, CEEP occasionally provides research experience for graduate students who wish to assist as volunteers.
Diehl and Associates
Diehl and Associates is a financial education company that provides classroom training, nationwide, on-site training, and on-demand online training classes for the mortgage industry. For more information, visit us at Diehl and Associates
GP Strategies is a global leader in training and consulting for a wide range of clients and industries. Our Bloomington office (formerly known as Option Six) is GP’s largest content development team within the Learning Solutions division. Our focus is on performance improvement and developing appropriate solutions that have business impact. Solutions include elearning, ILT, VILT, MOOCs, microlearning, learning portals, performance support, and blended learning. We design dynamic professional development experiences that are adaptable, engaging, flexible, and aligned with learners’ natural approach to acquiring practical, real-world skills. Our teams consist of instructional designers, content developers, media developers, and project managers who work out of our Bloomington, IN or Portland, OR offices or virtually from home offices. For more information, visit us at https://www.gpstrategies.
IU School of Education Alumni Association
Alumni involvement is critical to the success of the IU School of Education. Your support of the School has never been more important. With an alumni body nearly 72,000 strong, the school has the power to advance education around the world by improving teaching, learning, and human development. As we prepare the next generation of educators, we need your continued help to:
- Recruit outstanding students to IU and the profession
- Promote student teaching opportunities in Indiana, in Chicago, and all over the world through our Cultural Immersion Program
- Support innovative research, programs, and scholarships that give future teachers the best preparation possible
- Participate in our collaboration and outreach activities
Your gifts of time, advocacy, and financial support truly make a difference for the future of all professional educators.
IU GradGrants Center
The GradGrants Center (GGC) supports Indiana University graduate students as they find and secure sponsored grants, fellowships, and awards from external sources that are essential to their academic, research, and professional pursuits. Through extensive access to external funding opportunities for all disciplines, the GGC constitutes an invaluable resource and educational tool to both IU’s graduate student community and the University as a whole.
GGC Primary Objectives:
- Guide students through online funding databases step-by-step, helping them learn to tailor multiple searches to their academic pursuits through the Community of Science (COS) Pivot, GrantForward funding search engine, and Foundation Grants for Individuals (FGI) databases;
- Consult with students on funding proposals from inception to submission, including brainstorming, proposal planning, drafting, honing proposals to specific audiences, and organizing financial data;
- Develop and distribute resources related to effective funding searches, grant-writing, other IU resources for graduate students, and on-campus assistantship opportunities; and;
- Host and record a series of workshops on funding searches, the grant-writing process, and improvement of grant-writing skills, which are subsequently made available online.
IU Office of Online Education
The Office of Online Education is a university department reporting to the Executive Vice President for University Academic Affairs. As described in the University’s Bicentennial Strategic Plan, the Office of Online Education is responsible for protecting and advancing the academic integrity of an IU degree, facilitating collaborative opportunities presented by online education, and utilizing IU's scale, resources, reputation, and diversity of offerings to expand online education offerings to students located in Indiana, as well as nationally and internationally. The Office uses a collaborative model approach in working extensively with personnel on all IU campuses, including chancellors, faculty, administrators, staff and students. The department’s responsibility includes U. S., federal, state and international regulatory compliance, stimulating and supporting the development of academic program proposals, ensuring the provision of seamless services supporting online students, development and delivery of courses, development and modification of the electronic/information technology platforms, promotion and marketing, monitoring quality control and risk assessment issues at all levels, the seamless delivery of student services, data management and reporting, and managing the financial resources to advance growth and development. Much of the work is innovative and designed to compete on a world stage of emerging markets and increasing demand for online education opportunities.
In a faster, more complex world than ever before, LEO sits alongside organizations to help them move learning to the heart of their business strategy. With an unrivaled combination of experience, expertise, and capability, we design and deliver a strategic mix of world-class multi-device learning content, media, tools, and platforms. This enables us to deliver end-to-end learning architectures that fit seamlessly into global businesses and transform performance.
LEO is part of Learning Technologies Group plc (LTG)
TiER1 Performance Solutions
TiER1 Performance Solutions helps organizations improve their performance by improving the performance of their people. From holistic strategy to custom learning solutions, creative communications to effective training programs (plus the tools and technologies to support it all), we’ve partnered with over 250 of the world’s best organizations to deliver the knowledge needed to achieve success.
Put simply, we work to help our clients build happier, healthier, more educated employees through a blend of creative, engaging, and compelling solutions including web-based, instructor-led, and game-based learning applications. Make sense? Maybe a visual will help—view our demo. We look forward to meeting you!
University Information Technology Services
University Information Technology Services (UITS) tends to the modern, multifaceted technology environment at Indiana University. Each day, UITS works to develop and maintain a rich information-technology environment throughout the university that supports IU's vision for excellence in research, teaching, outreach, and lifelong learning.