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U-N-L-V Hospitality Hall
Jun 19
OIT News

Legrand AV published an article in June 2019 about the innovative, user-friendly technology inside the classrooms and learning spaces in Hospitality Hall.

A large-screen monitor in a U-N-L-V classroom hangs over a wooden desk.
Jun 14
OIT News

My Tech Decisions published an article in May 2019 about the web-based AV proposal and project management software used by the Classroom Technology Services unit.

Andrew Vineyard/Chinam Seto split picture
Mar 28
OIT News

Chinam Seto and Andrew Vineyard won the Administrative Faculty of the Month Award in January and February this year.

Computer code on a laptop posed outdoors.
Mar 21
OIT News

The UNLV Office of Information Technology provides faculty and staff with techniques to spot potential cybersecurity threats and use safe online practices.

Jay Leavitt
Mar 18

From the army to higher education, Jay Leavitt turns his innate knack for fixing things into a career in technology.

Group of attendees sitting at a table looking at laptop computer screens
Mar 5
OIT News

The session included information about new Google products and features that faculty and staff can use to enhance the classroom experience.

Mar 1
OIT News

AV Network published an article by Mary Bakija in January 2019 about the technology used in the 3D motion capture space for the PGA Golf Management program at UNLV.

Georgia Stergios
Feb 21

Stergios spent more than two decades working at UNLV, 17 of those were with the Office of Information Technology

A male student wearing headphones gazes at his laptop.
Feb 4
OIT News

The Office of Information Technology’s Information Security Office offers a list of best practices for UNLV constituents to implement into their day-to-day activities.

Scott Mentor and Frank Alaimo
Jan 23
OIT News

The classroom technology services team from the UNLV Office of Information Technology discusses its enterprise audiovisual system case study at the Integrated Systems Europe conference.

Jan 7

From piano keys to a computer keyboard, Dr. Joe Horne took an unconventional path that led to a career in instructional technology for the higher education sector.