01/07/22 - Provost Storrs provides instructional guidance for Spring 2022 semester
Classes begin on Monday, January 10th, and I wanted to provide guidance for your Spring 2022 courses. The University continues to monitor and follow CDC and public health guidelines and update our COVID-19 website. (Read more…)
08/17/21 - COVID-19 Syllabus Language and Classroom Tips
Dr. Sarah Daynes, Faculty Senate Chair, shares the following message including course-related resources, for faculty heading into the Fall 2021 semester: (Read More…)
01/04/21 - Watch UTLC’s Interviews with Instructors on Hybrid and Hyflex Teaching
Teaching a hybrid or hyflex course takes some planning before the semester begins. To help you prepare, the UTLC asked eight UNCG instructors questions regarding their recent experiences teaching in either hybrid or hyflex format. Learn more and watch the videos today!
For up-to-date information on COVID-19 visit updates.uncg.edu. The site serves as a one-stop shop for information and resources related to the University’s ongoing response to the pandemic, and will continue to be updated with the latest news and resources.
Campus service interruptions require us to be flexible while maintaining the same level of quality in our courses. Whether the disruption is the result of inclement weather, a flu outbreak, or a family emergency, we need to be able to carry out course activities online until we’re able to return to normal campus operations. Here’s a step-by-step guide for dealing with those disruptions in your face-to-face courses.
First Things First
The top things to consider when quickly transitioning your course online.Read More
Suggestions to perform essential tasks and address common challenges.Read More
Resources at your Fingertips
University-supported tools to get you and your course up-and-running.Read More
We’re here to help
ITS 6-TECH Service Desk
If you need technical help with any of the online tools at UNCG, please contact ITS 6-TECH.
Technical Support: (336) 256-TECH (8324)
6-TECH Phone: (336) 334-5000
6-TECH Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Training and Workshops
Your departmental Academic Technology Specialist (ATS) is an excellent first point-of-contact for you as you transition your course to the online environment.
Should you need further assistance there are several campus resources and just-in-time workshops to help you along.More Information