Three ERM doctoral students secured funding to work on their independent research over the summer from the graduate school. Cherie Avant will be investigating the extent to which the values-engage, education (VEE) evaluation approach meaningfully engages issues of culture, diversity and equity in STEM program evaluation. Alexandra Lay will be conducting research on her project, […]

Canvas Arc is a communication tool that allows instructors and students to actively collaborate through video in all elements of Canvas with a Rich Content Editor (Pages, Discussions, Assignments, etc).  Canvas Arc allows for video uploads of up to 10 GB. Anyone interested in utilizing Arc with their Summer 2017 or Fall 2017 courses should request it […]

UNCG LIS alum Mohamed Berray (’13) has been chosen for the ProQuest/GODORT/ALA “Documents to the People” Award!  The official notice is below; more information here. The Florida State University Libraries Government Documents Depository and Mohamed Berray, Coordinator for Government Information at FSU, have been selected for the ProQuest/GODORT/ALA “Documents to the People” Award. This award honors […]

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 […]

It is with great excitement the School of Education announces Dr. Heidi Carlone as the first recipient of the Jennifer Smith Hooks ’76 and Jacob T. Hooks Distinguished Professorship in STEM Education. The professorship, announced in the fall of 2016, is a pivotal component of the School of Education’s vision to provide transformative educational experiences, […]

Current UNCG LIS student Molly Price was appointed full-time Adult Services Reference Librarian for the Ashe County Public Library in West Jefferson, NC. Richard Huffine (MLIS 1995), librarian at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, was recently made a Fellow of the Special Libraries Association. Congratulations to Molly and Richard! < Return to LIS News

Did you know there are numerous resources at your disposal to aid with your Canvas inquires? Request one-on-one assistance from Carla Wilson, Instructional Technology Consultant in the School of Education Review the self-paced learning guides and videos available through Canvas

With the 2nd 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 […]

Did you know that you have access to unlimited cloud storage at UNCG through Box? Box is one of 3 cloud storage solutions available to us at UNCG. Everyone with a UNCG account (Faculty, Staff, Students) has unlimited storage available on Box. All UNCG users can access Box at from any browser. Box is […]

ANNOUNCEMENTS SOE News will run on a bi-weekly basis until the first week of classes. Please continue to submit news items to Adobe Creative Cloud is now available to faculty, staff, and computer lab users. Adobe Creative Cloud Now Available NC Collaborative for Mathematics Learning Conference The NC Collaborative for Mathematics Learning grant project […]

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