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Latest News

The latest news from Technical Services is summarised below.

  1. University of Sunderland is delighted to announce our new partnership with JISC

    University of Sunderland has made it one of its key goals to become a Digital First university. To aid in this ambition the University is once again working with JISC, who will be supporting with the range of services they offer.

  2. Cyber

    University of Sunderland is now one step closing to becoming a Data Centre Zero University

    Through the Data Centre Zero Project, the University of Sunderland entered into a partnership with ANS to enable the University to move to the cloud.

  3. Exchange upgrade

    On 29 July, how you access web mail will change in preparation for the upgrade of Exchange from the 2010 to 2016 version.

  4. Summer graduation streaming

    Summer graduation streaming

  5. SITS General Upgrade

    The SITS application and its web front-end (e-Vision) is upgraded every year.

  6. CMIS

    CMIS is the application that University of Sunderland uses for timetabling, and it has recently completed its annual upgrade.

  7. Graduation Bookings

    Students can now book their tickets for their Graduation Ceremonies on e-Vision.

  8. Spotlight on Academic Technicians: Chemistry

    On 27 March the Schools’ Analyst Competition, which is run by the Royal Society of Chemistry’s (RSC) Analytical Division took place at University of Sunderland.

  9. Clearing for the Web

    In preparation for Clearing in 2018 Technical Services came up with an online form to help improve ease of applying to University of Sunderland.

  10. Agent Hub

    Agent Hub is an online gateway that will be improving the way agents submit applications.

  11. Spotlight on Academic Technicians: James Maskrey

    James specialises in hot glass, and is a well-known glass artist outside of working in Technical Services.

  12. Spotlight on Academic Technicians: Joanne Mitchell

    Joanne is a glass artist, she uses technology to inform her work, as another tool in her creative process.