Respondus Monitor and Lockdown Browser are now available for faculty use. Respondus Monitor uses the student’s webcam to create a recording of the student’s behavior during an online assessment. Respondus LockDown Browser is an application that prevents students from accessing other websites, tools, and resources during online assessment. More information from ITS here. From UNCG ITS: SUPPORT AND RESOURCES […]
The Collage Chamber Series is proud to announce a collaborative project with the UNCG Association of Retired Faculty for its upcoming concert on February 2 at 3:30pm in Tew Recital Hall. The ARF is partnering with the Collage Chamber Series to use the concert to raise funds and food donations for the Student Emergency Fund […]
UNCG to honor Rhiannon Giddens, Emmylou Harris
UNCG School of Dance student Abdoulay Koita in collaboration with The Denbaya Dance Company, The Western Guilford High School Chorus and the Southwest High School Dancers, premiers ‘The Djeli’s Job’ on March 14th in the UNCG Dance Theatre at 6:30pm. This is a dance concert that will tell the stories that need to be told […]
A local fifth-grade author is about to see her short story turned into an opera by UNCG Opera students! Read more…. https://www.wfdd.org/story/guilford-county-fifth-graders-short-story-become-opera
Jennifer Reis, Assistant Professor of Arts Administration will be a giving a four part workshop series at Center for Visual Artists on how to implement entrepreneurial thinking into your art practice.
UNCG Library webinar series for Spring 2020. All webinars are 30 minutes and recorded and closed captioned after the sessions through YouTube. For details, sign ups, and host information, check out the UNCG Webinars webpage. Online Learning & Innovation Series: Sign Up! “Canvas Studio: Embedding Quizzes in Lecture Capture Videos”, Thursday, January 23rd at 1pm […]