Enhancing Hybrid Learning at UNLV with INOGENI’s Multi-Camera Mixer

IINOGENI’s multi-camera mixer enables the vast majority of multimedia classrooms to be set up in a hybrid learning environment at UNLV for meeting equity.

In response to the challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) recognized the need to adapt its teaching methods and embrace hybrid learning. This case study explores UNLV’s journey in implementing multi-camera setups in its classrooms to enhance the remote learning experience and improve instructional delivery.

Connecting to Campus WiFi and Staying Connected Has Been Made Easy

Starting this summer, connecting to the campus wireless network is easier than ever before. UNLV-Setup will eventually be replacing UNLV-WiFi as the temporary network used to set up devices to connect to eduroam, UNLV’s official wireless (WiFi) network.

The new name better reflects what the network represents, according to Matt Kole, Associate Director of Network Development and Engineering (NDE) for UNLV Information Technology.

Employees from UNLV IT Learn All About Splunk at Annual Learning Event

On the week of June 10,  UNLV Information Technology (IT) took some time to enhance their Splunk skills during .conf24, Splunk’s largest learning conference of the year.

Splunk is a log aggregation tool used to analyze system data in order to monitor and respond to potential cyberthreats. By learning more about Splunk, UNLV IT is able to ensure the best security across the university and protect the data of students, faculty, and staff.

UNLV IT’s Classroom Technology Services Team Showcase Features Inside the Advanced Engineering Building

Manager of Classroom Technology Services Frank Alaimo and Senior AV/IT Control Systems Specialist Michael Theil from UNLV Information Technology (IT) teamed up to give a sold-out tour of the university’s new Advanced Engineering Building (AEB) on June 11 as part of InfoComm, the largest audio visual trade show in North America.

During this year’s tour, Alaimo and Theil were able to demonstrate the classroom technology their team has implemented within AEB and how it stands out as a groundbreaking building on campus.

UNLV IT Shows Administrative Faculty How to Enhance Their Technology Use

On May 22, several employees from UNLV Information Technology (IT) hosted breakout sessions during Administrative Faculty Development Day to share a variety of technology related guidance and resources with fellow faculty members. The annual event is intended for all administrative faculty to enhance their skills and create stronger connections within the community.

Become a Jedi Master & Protect Your Passwords Against the Dark Side

Do you have what it takes to use the Force and defeat the Empire against their bad password practices? Since today is World Password Day, upgrade your defenses with some simple techniques before May 4th approaches. Protect your passwords and start your journey to becoming a UNLV Information Technology (IT) Jedi Master today.

Keep Your Base Guarded
Don’t let your passwords remain exposed like the Death Star and keep them in a secure location where they can’t be attacked. The best place to store all your passwords is in a password manager.

On Your Mark, Get Set, Go: Tools for a Successful Study Week

Final exams are swiftly approaching as we begin study week here on campus. Luckily, UNLV Information Technology (IT) has a study week marathon filled with resources that will have you dashing through all your exams. Put your best running shoes on, keep a steady pace, and complete the course to be well prepared for all your exams.

The Starting Line: Studying
You always want to start a marathon slow and steady, which means finding a good place to sit down, study, and complete your work.