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WebCampus News: Spring course shells, new Gradebook

Spring 2020 Course Shells Available

Spring 2020 courses have been created in WebCampus and are available for faculty to access.

If you do not see your spring 2020 courses on your WebCampus Dashboard, please check the Courses tab> All Courses and/or verify that you are assigned to your sections in MyUNLV. Students will have access to the courses one week prior to the course start date.

New WebCampus Gradebook Becomes Default in January 2020

A new Gradebook is now available to use in WebCampus. In January 2020, the new gradebook will become the default gradebook for all users and any course that is not currently using the new gradebook will be converted. View a functionality comparison and activation instructions to learn more. A training video can be found on our support site.

Get Help: Open Labs, Workshops, and IT Help Desk

Our support site contains useful tipsheets, quick guides, information about training, and how to get help withWebCampus. We will also be extending our WebCampus Open Lab schedule for one-on-one assistance. You can also self-enroll in on-demand/online training or register for in-person workshops.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the IT Help Desk for assistance.

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