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Important Updates

    • 09/25/20 - Promote Academic Integrity by Reimagining Assessments

      Assessing students at a distance doesn’t have to require setting time limits on quizzes or proctoring online exams. From self-assessment to peer review to discussions to low-stakes exams there are many different ways to reimagine assessments and promote academic integrity. For more information check out the strategies on this site and this recent Chronicle article on student assessments.

    • 09/02/20 - UNC System offering Designing Effective Online Courses workshop in Oct and Nov

      This fall the UNC System is offering Designing Effective Online Courses, an online workshop to support faculty and staff across the System in moving their courses to an online format. The first workshop starts Oct 5 and the second begins on Nov 30. Registration is now open. The workshop is free, but space is limited, and registration is required. (Read More…)

    • 08/31/20 - Fall 2020 Teaching and Learning COVID Response Check-in Survey

      As we continue to work to best support you in the evolving circumstances related to our collective response to COVID-19, we would appreciate your feedback on what is working and what could be improved. This brief survey asks about your experiences with teaching and learning support since March. (Read More…)

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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.

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Strategy Works

Suggestions to perform essential tasks and address common challenges.

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Resources at your Fingertips

University-supported tools to get you and your course up-and-running.

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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:

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Training and Workshops

Your departmental Academic Instructional Technology Consultant (ITC) 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.

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