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Student Access to Zoom Recordings

There are two authentication options to view Zoom recording and students must first go through one of these options before gaining access to the recordings either inside or outside of Canvas. Option 1: BEFORE clicking the recording link, the students must authenticate using their UNCG credentials at by clicking “Sign In” and entering their UNCG login information. THEN they can click the recording link and view the recordings. Option 2: Authenticate using the Zoom desktop client after clicking the link. For this option you can't simply type in your UNCG credentials into the Zoom login window as if you have a ...

Digital Media Commons Workshops

From UNCG Libraries: The UNCG Libraries Digital Media Commons (DMC) has a series of workshops coming up: DMC WEB DEVELOPMENT SERIES Interested in creating your own websites? This 10-week series will walk you through HTML and CSS. This series is part self-guided, part directed learning with weekly coding hours. This workshop provides participants tools to develop and enhance their visual literacy, digital scholarship, and digital storytelling skills. REGISTRATION: ...

Initiating Panopto and Zoom in the Classroom

Faculty may find the below graphics helpful when accessing Panopto and Zoom on classroom teaching stations. This may not apply to all learning areas but represents what faculty may experience in most ITS installations in learning areas at UNCG. Click images to enlarge. Basic Camera Installation Static Camera Installation Auto-tracking Installation ...
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Box User Interface Update

From ITS: Who: Faculty and staff What: Box User Interface Update for When: Monday, August 3, 2020, 5:30 a.m. to 7:30 a.m. Why: The user interface (UI) for is being updated. The new Box UI will appear when the user has logged in to or refreshed No user action is required. Read more: ...

Recommendations for Setting Up a Home Workspace

UNCG Information Technology Services (ITS) has created a list of equipment and configuration ideas to help faculty and staff create remote workspaces that not only allow you to do your job well but also support a healthy, productive remote worklife. View the resource here ...

Fall 2020: Hybrid Courses in Canvas

From UNCG ITS: Instructors teaching on-campus course(s) that were converted to hybrid for Fall 2020 will see multiple sections of their same course in Canvas. These additional sections will have letters appended to the section numbers. Letters are added to course sections to coincide with the student groupings that have been created in UNCGenie. For example:
  • BIO 100-01
  • BIO 100-01A
  • BIO 100-01B
  • BIO 100-01C
BIO 100-01 was converted to a hybrid course, then broken down into three subsections. Section 01 is the original main section but will not have any enrolled students. This original course will be deleted ...
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Classroom Technology – Find a Learning Space

Search all learning spaces that are maintained by ITS at UNCG and view equipment lists and 360 views of the spaces. This may be helpful in planning faculty use of spaces for in-person and hybrid instruction. To search learning spaces at UNCG click the button below: ...
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This session will focus on CVPA faculty’s unique needs. It will introduce you to using Panopto and Zoom in the classroom as well as the new technology that has been added to classrooms to support hybrid classes. Up to 15 faculty are invited to join us in-person in Weatherspoon 107. Additional faculty can join remotely via Zoom ...
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Classroom Technology Room Recording Folder – Panopto

ITS has placed a folder titled "CT Room verification recordings" in Panopto with video samples of the lecture capture equipment in each classroom. The purpose of these videos is to provide a very brief description of the lecture capture equipment and its functionality. The folder should now be accessible by anyone at UNCG ...

UNCG Libraries Virtual Orientations

UNCG Libraries is offering a series of virtual orientations for instructors and graduate students. These orientations are 30 minute Zoom Meetings and introduce instructors and graduate students to library services, particularly navigating the library website and online resources and changes in services based on COVID-19. These sessions will be recorded, so please sign up for one even if you can't make it and you want the recording. Library Virtual Orientation for Instructors - Sign Ups Library Virtual Orientations for Graduate Students - Sign Ups For the faculty orientation a drop in session/meet and greet with new faculty in Zoom ...

Library Instruction Online and Virtual Events

UNCG Libraries is moving all library instruction online for Fall 2020. A variety of online events are planned for the Fall 2020 semester. The two webinar series will continue on Online Learning & Innovation, as well as Research & Applications. These webinars are 30 minutes, recorded, and hosted in Zoom Meetings, and cover a variety of topics useful to online learning and research. Online Learning & Innovation Webinars: Sign Up
  • August 27th at 12pm: “Video Platform Options at UNCG” by Audrey Bryk-Lee, UNCG ITS
  • September 24th at 11am: “Digital Storytelling Tools at Knightlabs with Northwestern” by Erin Lawrimore, UNCG University Archivist
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Panopto Instructional Videos

ITS has published instructional videos for using Panopto at UNCG. These videos are conveniently organized in a playlist on the UNCG ITS YouTube channel. For additional Panopto help documentation view all knowledge base articles on the ITS Knowledge Base website ...

The College of Visual and Performing Arts (CVPA) provides instructional technology services through individual consultation, online course development assistance, and additional projects as needed. These services are provided to all faculty and staff in the CVPA (Art, Dance, Music, Theatre).

In conjunction with other on-campus offerings, the CVPA is committed to providing faculty with support regarding instructional design, general instructional technology consultation, assistance with technology trends specific to their area in the arts and arts education, and training for tools in their discipline that may be applicable to their instructional or research needs. For a description of services offered, select a tab above.

Instructional Technology Technical Support

For instructional technology technical support, please contact via email: For additional information about Instructional Technology in the College of Visual and Performing Arts, select a tab above. View CVPA ITC Support Docs

Classroom Technology Technical Support

UNCG Information Technology Services (ITS) maintains classroom technology support. For assistance with technology equipment in the classroom press the help button located on the black box of every installed teaching station to speak with a member of ITS. Provide them with as detailed a description as possible and they will be able to assist you further to resolve your problem. View the ITS Classroom Technology – Support page.

CVPA Website Technical Support

Please see the website development information page for assistance with CVPA website requests.

Equipment Requests

A variety of equipment is made available to faculty for check out and temporary use as needed. Please email Daniel Rice with equipment needs.

Data Storage at UNCG

Please review the following policy concerning data classification and storage at UNCG:

Do you have a request that is not related to instructional technology? Please contact 6-Tech.

The College of Visual and Performing Arts Instructional Technology Consultant provides faculty with resources for understanding and applying new and existing technologies in their instruction and learning environments. Individual consultations are provided and directed based on the needs of the faculty and instruction desired. Whether it is the creation of a new online offering or revision of an already developed online course, CVPA ITC services can assist.

Services include (but are not limited to):

  • Suggestions for general course design and workflow
  • Introduction to LMS and SLMS basic course application (using the CVPA Canvas Training Course)
  • Individual consultations for discipline-specific learning tools
  • Introduction to new learning tools based on discipline and need

Additional Resources

If you would like to request a consultation please follow the link below.

Request a Consultation

The CVPA ITC can consult with faculty for review of their existing course. Depending on the needs of the instructor the following topics can be discussed and reviewed for an existing course (as well as a course that is currently under development) but are not limited to:

  • Quality Matters Check List
  • Review for Universal Design and Accessibility

Additional Resources

Request a Consultation

Individual Consultations

Individual consultations are provided for College of Visual and Performing Arts Faculty based on need within each of the Schools. Please contact Daniel Rice at if you wish to schedule an individual consultation. In your email, please provide a brief description of the technology you would like to discuss or have deomonstrated during your consultation. View supported technology in the CVPA.

Request a consultation

Group Settings

If you wish to schedule a group training or workshop please contact with a description of the topic you may wish to discuss or have demonstrated during the training. These types of trainings have worked well at the beginning of the academic year to serve as a refresher for existing technology or introduce newly adopted technology either by CVPA or the University. 

Other Training

ITS provides a rich training schedule throughout the academic year. View the ITS Workshop Schedule if you would like to attend a training session with ITS.

ITS Workshop Schedule

Online Teaching Policies: Office of the Provost

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