From UNC System Office Learning & Technology: December 16, 2022 Webinar 11 AM – 12 PM Course Design Considerations for Inclusion and Representation. Dr. Racheal Brooks, Director, Office of e-Learning, and Dr. Siobahn Day Grady, Assistant Professor, Library and Information Sciences, North Carolina Central University. Integrating strategies for creating inclusive online courses is a valuable […]

from UNCG ITS: UNCG is moving to Microsoft 365 as the single destination for file storage and collaboration tools currently provided by Google Workspace, Box, and Zoom. Information Technology Services (ITS) invites all students, faculty, and staff to participate in a survey about how collaborative tools are used at UNCG. The survey consists of about 20 questions and […]

A UNCG Libraries Research & Applications Webinar Fall 2022 is next week on “Streaming Video: What Platforms Do the University Libraries Offer?” by Christine Fischer and Anne Owens on Tuesday, November 15 at 2pm.  Description: Faculty are increasingly using streaming video in course assignments and instruction. The UNCG University Libraries subscribe to platforms that offer feature […]

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From the UTLC: The UTLC and ITS Learning Technology are collaborating to create a Canvas template that can be used for instructors teaching at UNCG beginning Fall 2023. The template is being designed to help create a consistent look and feel for students, enhance the navigational experience, and support student learning. We are currently seeking […]

From UNCG ITS: “As a result of sweeping state-wide budget reductions, UNC System mandates, and the findings of the IT Controls Audit conducted by the North Carolina Office of the State Auditor, UNCG Information Technology Services was forced to evaluate IT services and consolidate many of its duplicate technologies, applications, platforms, and services. These changes, […]

UNCG Libraries’ Research and Application webinars are scheduled for the Fall 2022 semester. Sessions for Fall 2022 “Intro to Twine” by Maggie Murphy, Tuesday October 25th at 1pm “Streaming Video: What Platforms Do the University Libraries Offer?” by Christine Fischer and Anne Owens, Tuesday, November 15 at 11am “Research Data Management Planning” by Lindsay Gypin and Lea […]

UNCG Libraries Research and Application webinars are scheduled for the Fall 2022 semester. These 30 minutes webinars about UNCG libraries research and its applications are also recorded and available on YouTube after the session through the UNCG Libraries webinars page. Sessions for Fall 2022 “Publishing Support in the University Libraries” by Anna Craft, Tuesday September […]

On Friday, August 5, 2022, several new features were enabled in Canvas including assignment enhancements, discussions and announcement redesign, icon maker, and MS Immersive Reader. Instructors can use Student View in Canvas courses to preview how these changes impact students. In addition, UNCG ITS has created a video that explains assignment and discussion enhancements in […]

UNCG University Libraries can help you with your research and instruction. Librarians teach on research, source evaluations, citations; offer training on Zotero, a free citation management software program; as well as offer scholarly communications assistance, an institutional repository, liaison librarian, data management, and more!  Come to this quick 45 minute general, online orientations in Zoom […]