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Stewart Filmscreen published a case study about the journey Frank Alaimo and his team underwent to transform a lecture hall on campus into a 250-seat Dolby Atmos theater.
Agents created nearly 5,000 IT service requests, handled 2,500 phone calls, and reset 700 passwords in the first week of the fall and spring semesters.
Whether you are a new or returning student, the Office of Information Technology has some helpful resources for another technology-filled semester.
Academic faculty can apply these tools and resources to their virtual classroom.
Launching on Oct. 26, the new digital assistant provides students and employees with 24/7 answers to campus technology questions.
Hosted during National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, the speaker series teaches the UNLV community how to protect their online information and privacy.
UNLV partners with Cox Communications to offer two internet packages to assist students with online and remote learning.
The project built a faster, more reliable wireless connection for campus residents.
The five tips can help students be successful while learning remotely.
Dr. Joe Horne, associate director of instructional technology services for the Office of Information Technology, compiles a list of tips to help instructors who are teaching classes on campus this fall semester.
On Aug. 14, the university hosted a webinar for new students to learn about technology and online learning tips and virtual and on-campus help.
QLess allows customers to schedule an appointment or join a virtual line for in-person help at the RebelCard office and IT Help Desk.
The Office of Information Technology participates in the August event, producing a video about essential technologies and services available to incoming faculty and staff.
A UNLV instructional technologist makes a case for incorporating instructional videos into the virtual classroom as faculty continue to teach remotely.
The Office of Information Technology’s Andy Borts and Frank Alaimo participated in expert panel discussions at WolfVision’s Virtual Collaboration Experience.
OIT lends a hand photographing campus buildings for virtual tours to help attract potential students to UNLV.
The Journal of Faculty Development published an article in May 2020 by the Office of Information Technology’s Jennifer Tison and Joe Horne about the positive impact of a faculty learning community for new instructors.
Office of Information Technology employees celebrate Star Wars Day.
These tips will help improve the web conferencing experience for you and other meeting attendees while working remotely.
Associate Software Developer Vanelin Wallace finds the right ingredients for creating a successful MyUNLV mobile application. Wallace and Sky Hieda, from Enrollment and Student Services, share their experience with application users from all over the world at the Alliance Conference.
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