This year numerous students and faculty members traveled to San Antonio, TX for the annual AERA/NCME meetings. Students had the opportunity to present their research, network with alumni at the annual UNCG AERA/NCME reception, and attend workshops. Student presentations include: Yan Fu. Do Option-Based Diagnostic Models Provide More Information than Correct-Option Based Diagnostic Models? Option-based […]

Primary support for Windows operating systems is changing from Windows 7 to Windows 10 on May 17. Following this change, Information Technology Services (ITS) will deliver all Windows computers (new or rebuilt) with Windows 10. Here is a link for more information: https://itsnews.uncg.edu/2017/05/16/its-support-for-windows-os-shifts-to-windows-10/

Box for Departments is available for all SOE academic departments and support offices. If you are interested in getting started with Box for Departments, contact, Sandra Bates-Hart at smbatesh@uncg.edu, or Bob Englert at rjengler@uncg.edu, Department Technology Coordinators (DTCs) for the School of Education at UNCG. Click the link below to learn more about Box for […]

WebEx is Cisco’s online collaboration suite, a set of video-conferencing tools that are geared toward various online collaboration needs, such as synchronous online learning, online meetings, and webinars. Before using WebEx in Canvas for the first time, please ensure that you have activated your WebEx account. WebEx Sessions may be scheduled and accessed directly from […]

One of the biggest barriers to accessing mental health services? For many Americans, it’s stigma. Discrimination from family, friends and coworkers can prevent individuals from improving their quality of life and getting the help they need. For Muslims in the United States, social and public stigma are often amplified. Outside of the Muslim community, some […]

Emily Swing, Bachelor of Science in Special Education and Elementary Education, Dual Major   As another class of School of Education students has graduated and is starting the journey into education, senior Emily Swing, who earned a Bachelor of Science in Special Education and Elementary Education, Dual Major, shares her experience from her time as a […]

With the 1st Summer Session semester right around the corner, I am sure that everyone is busy designing course content and/or copying content from a previous semester into their course shells. Please remember that students will not see any content and/or communications (Conversations or Announcements from Canvas until you Publish the course. If you are […]