Record your presentations using Lecture Capture technology
Lecture Capture allows you to record lectures or lab demonstrations, caption and share videos, livestream events, and more.
Encourage class participation using interactive technology
Clickers, or student response system, are handheld remotes that allow students to answer questions during class. Real-time responses are collected electronically, displayed in class for discussion, and recorded for grading purposes.
Gather feedback for academic and research purposes
Qualtrics is an easy-to-use survey platform that lets you and your students create surveys, collect and store data, and produce reports for teaching, learning, and research needs.
Tell your students where computer labs are located
There are 50 general use and instructional computer labs on campus. Each lab includes computers, printers, specialized software, and other technology for academic use. Students can also complete coursework 24 hours a day in the TBE A311 lab.
Check out different technology to use for instruction and research
University Libraries lends a variety of technology devices, including digital microscopes, cameras, and virtual reality headsets, to students, faculty, and staff.
Keep track of your teaching, research, and service data
UNLV Folio is an online management tool for you to store your research, publications, presentations, and awards for curriculum vitae, tenure promotions, grant biosketches, and accreditation reviews.
Connect to network resources when you are not on campus
The virtual private network (VPN) is a secure connection that gives you remote access to your desktop computer, UNLV websites, and restricted systems.
Stay informed on the status of campus technology
The technology status webpage provides you with a view of what is happening with campus systems, applications, and services in real time.
Know who to contact for assistance with technology issues
The IT Help Desk provides support with password resets, email, wireless, WebCampus, and other technology questions.