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

Aug. 14, 2020

Starting Aug. 17, students, faculty, and staff will be able to schedule an appointment or join a virtual line for in-person help at the RebelCard office and IT Help Desk using the QLess app, text messaging feature, or special website. 

Appointments and virtual line options are available from 10 a.m....

Aug. 5, 2020

Unlike past years, the 2020 new faculty orientation is being held virtually. The format allows the university to resume operations in an innovative way, while providing more flexibility for campus partners to participate.

The Office of Information Technology (OIT) produced a video about essential technology services and resources that can help new employees be successful...

Jul. 9, 2020

Dr. Joe Horne, associate director of instructional technology services for the Office of Information Technology, makes a case for incorporating instructional videos into the virtual classroom as faculty continue to teach remotely.

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