For the second year, UNCG Libraries Research, Outreach, and Instruction is running a series of 30 minute, online orientations through Webex Meetings for UNCG instructors/staff, graduate students, and undergraduates. When participants complete a quick evaluation they have the chance of winning a $25 gift card to Barnes & Noble. Each flyer has time slots and […]

Canvas Studio is a communication tool that allows instructors and students to actively collaborate through video and audio media. Canvas Studio is not enabled in your course by default. To request that Studio be enabled, contact 6-tech. The following information was adapted for UNCG from Instructure Canvas Guides.  The Canvas Studio user interface provides an […]

You can copy course content such as assignments, modules, pages, and discussions from previous Canvas courses into existing courses. You only have access to copy content from current or previous courses in which you are an enrolled user. Notes: Course imports may not include all content. For more details, please see the import content section […]

Undelete Canvas currently provides a feature that allows instructors to “undelete” course content that has been recently deleted. To restore deleted content follow these steps: Navigate to the course in which you need to restore deleted content In the address (URL) box of your browser, note that the address of your course is https://uncg.instructure.com/courses/(your course […]

Cross-listing allows you to move section enrollments from individual courses and combine them into one course. This feature is helpful for instructors who teach several sections of the same course and only want to manage course data in one location. Instructors can allow students to view users in other sections or limit them to only […]

As we approach the Fall semester, please take a moment to review Data Storage Requirements and Data Classification Policy at UNCG. From ITS: Business, academic, and research data are subject to the university’s Data Classification Policy which defines four classes of data with respect to risk: High, Moderate, Low, and Minimal. It is important that data are properly […]

UNC Greensboro invites you to visit its new website, accessibility.uncg.edu. This website will serve as a hub for web accessibility support services and educational resources for faculty, staff and students. Within the site, you will find detailed, practical how-to guides for making various types of online content accessible, checking existing materials for accessibility, and useful […]

You are invited to participate in the “Applying the Quality Matters Rubric” face-to-face, 1-day workshop at UNCG, which will be taught by certified Quality Matters instructor Dr. Racheal Brooks of NCCU.  In this workshop, you will learn to apply the Quality Matters principles and rubric to online courses. Cost: Free, with lunch provided UNCG Online has organized this workshop […]

The Spring 2019 webinar series for “Online Learning & Innovation” and “Research & Application” have been scheduled.  These are 30 minute webinars, recorded in Webex Meetings, on online learning and library topics of interest to UNCG faculty, staff, and graduate students. Webinar series libguide: http://uncg.libguides.com/webinars/ Online Learning & Innovation: http://uncg.libguides.com/webinars/onlinelearning Sign Up Form Graphic Design […]

The Customer Success Consultant at Turnitin will be providing Feedback Studio training for UNCG this Wednesday, September 19th at 10:30am. If you are a current Turnitin user or are interested in learning about Turnitin, please use the registration link below: https://workshops.uncg.edu/Sign-Up/5684 If you have not used Turnitin and would like to know more, visit the general information […]