We provide core technology and services to our clients, including the Financial Aid Office, MSTP/MD-PhD Admissions Office, Office of Assessment and Evaluation, and Office of Curriculum.
We are here to deliver on your project requirements and add value to your organization. OIT drives the philosophy of continuous improvement to our communication, therefore successful outcomes can be produced continuously.
OIT strives to provide our clients quality application development services and web development services that help them to remain in step with the latest technological advances.
Everyone at OIT is committed to our mission. We are here to support and enhance research, teaching, and patient care at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine through effective use of excellent information technology resources, products, and services.
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We provide technical consulting, database development and integration, systems integration and configuration services, website maintenance and modification, and software development.
We develop custom software applications for our clients and assist them throughout the entire software development life cycle, including project management, systems analysis and design, development, implementation, training and application maintenance.
Our strong technical team can help ensure that the software development services we provide fit our clients’ needs and meet their expectations.
Our approach is to empower our clients with effective web development services and solutions that enable them to confidently meet their challenges. We’ll seamlessly blend visual appeal and ease of use into the websites we develop.
We are here to deliver on your project requirements and add value to your organization. We believe that an effective two-way communication plays an important part in meeting these aims. Our continuous improvement efforts include:
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McAuley Bldg, St. 305
5801 Smith Ave
Baltimore, MD 21209
Here is some of our recent work.
OIT supports local applications for Office of MD Admissions, Office of Graduate Admissions, and Office of Md/PhD Admissions. Working with input from the MD admissions team, OIT developed and launched a new web-based, MD Admissions database. OIT also provides ongoing support, configuration and modifications for this site.
Graduate Admissions - Weekly Status Updates
Each week during application season, the Graduate Admissions office runs a database query 18 times, once for each program, in order to create 18 spreadsheets and email the spreadsheets to the corresponding programs for input. The updated spreadsheets are then returned to the Graduate Admissions Office.
This project is aimed to design a web form that provides functionality for the program user to select their program from a drop down of the 18 programs. The form is then populated with only students that have applied to that program, in alphabetical order. The web form looks and functions almost exactly like the previous Excel status reports, and contains the same fields. The web form resides on a secure JHU server.
Integrated Student Information System (ISIS) is Johns Hopkins' first university-wide, web-based student information system. ISIS is the system of records for data on all university applicants and enrolled students. School of Medicine admissions, records and registration, and doctoral board data were migrated into ISIS and will be maintained there going forward. Having achieved a higher level of integration of student data in ISIS paves the way for new and different analytical capabilities, including the construction of a student data warehouse. We also automated generation of temporary social security numbers for registration, replacing a manual, time-consuming process.Learn more about ISIS.
Student Outcome Research Data Warehouse (SORD) is a tool that tracks and evaluates the developmental process of an individual from his/her early stages as a student to his/her later professional achievements. SORD provides a collective assessment that is used to evaluate the outcomes on our education investments.
Learn more about SORD.
The Educational Credit Activity Recording System (ECars), is a web-based system designed to be a quick and easy way for a faculty member to enter his or her educational activities.
Learn more about ECARS.
OIT continues efforts to produce actionable information in usable formats to many customers. A particular focus over the past year has been on improving the quality of student and faculty data in order to answer important questions about these populations. Data aggregation and analysis across applications, datasets, and organizations occurs through SAP (faculty data), ISIS (student data), and other systems. Working with divisions to validate and close gaps in faculty data, SAP has been established as the system of record for faculty data. ISIS is now the system of record for all university applicant and enrolled student data.