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Do you know about the web accessibility information available for faculty and staff during the pandemic?

Check out the Accessibility Resources at UNCG to learn more about the differences in online and face-to-face accommodations, and captioning for your virtual events.

This page contains resources and information to help not just faculty, but also staff, provide accessible online content as we all transition to online courses and services during COVID-19.

Google has announced its new G Suite integrated workspace for the web and Android operating system. The new workspace has four distinct features:

  • Chat allows users to message individuals and small groups directly.
  • Rooms are spaces that include shared chat, files, and tasks to help groups collaborate more efficiently.
  • Meet features upcoming meetings to view and join.
  • Gmail remains the same Gmail experience current users know.

The Digital Media Commons (DMC) workshops are designed for participants that have no previous knowledge of the specific subjects. After taking the DMC introductory workshops, participants will be able to produce beginner level multimedia projects.

Follow up instruction and advanced skills instruction are available by request via e-mail at libdmc@uncg.edu.

Click on the image below to see the workshops’ schedule, descriptions, and registration links.

As many of our courses have moved online, you may find yourself looking for a proctoring solution for your online testing. Did you know that UNC Greensboro has a campus-wide license for Respondus Lockdown Browser and Monitor. 

There are a few upcoming training opportunities through Respondus, intended for instructors who plan to use LockDown Browser and/or Respondus Monitor with online exams. These sessions provide a detailed demonstration of both applications, including enhancements that make Respondus Monitor even more effective and easy to use.

If you are interested, please check out the Instructor Training offered by Respondus.