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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.
These tips will help improve the web conferencing experience for you and other meeting attendees while working remotely.
UNLV published an article in March 2020 about how the offices of information technology and online education teamed up to make remote teaching a robust and effective tool for classes being taught virtually after spring break.
The UNLV Office of Information Technology provides faculty and staff with techniques to spot potential cybersecurity threats and use safe online practices.
The Las Vegas Sun published an article in January 2020 about how you can follow a few simple steps to ensure your personal information is not hacked by cybercriminals. Vito Rocco, UNLV senior information security analyst, also provides some helpful information.
October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. As part of the celebration, the Information Security Office and Cybersecurity Center give you tips on how to protect yourself against cyber ghouls.
The UNLV IT Summit brought together the institution’s technology specialists to share their experiences, learn about best practices, and integrate cutting-edge technology for the benefit of the campus community.
The Office of Information Technology compiled a list of helpful information about campus technology for first-year students at UNLV.
Buying lunch, printing services, and textbooks has never been so easy.