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The Office of Information Technology gives employees tips for preparing on-campus technology for their return to in-person work.
Office of Information Technology staff participated in a webinar to discuss how UNLV is using technology to present real-time instruction to students who are in the classroom and learning remotely at the same time.
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.
Hosted during National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, the speaker series teaches the UNLV community how to protect their online information and privacy.
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.
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