Teaching & Working Remotely

UNLV offers a variety of services and technologies that make it easy to stay in touch with your students, instructors, and colleagues. So whatever the circumstances - campus closure, weather conditions, illness, or family emergency - you can take your class online or work from home with short notice. We gathered a list of resources to help you maintain continuity in your courses and work activities.

It Updates

Apr. 7, 2020

As the use of video conferencing has increased, hackers have targeted video conferencing for a variety of malicious activities. Because of its architecture and the way it handles user data, Zoom has been a favored target. Contrary to assertions, Zoom sessions are not encrypted end-to-end and a variety of other security flaws have been reported. 

Malicious activities...

Apr. 1, 2020

As a good digital citizen, it is essential to practice safe computing habits while you work remotely. Doing so can protect you and the university from cyberattacks and keep your computing environment safe. 

Be aware of email and phone scams. There is an increase of cybercriminals posing as legitimate organizations with information about coronavirus...

Mar. 30, 2020

It is important students have the technology they need to learn remotely. That can be challenging if a student does not have access to a computer at home. To help them be successful in their studies, students can now borrow a laptop from UNLV.

Laptop Loan Program

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