Resources at UNCG
Want to discuss your course with an online learning expert? Consult with your school’s Academic ITC. If your school does not have an ITC, email UNCG Online at email@example.com.
College of Arts and Sciences: Anita Warfford
College of Visual and Performing Arts: Dr. Daniel Rice
School of Nursing: Dr. Joy Pine-Thomas
Informational Technology Support and Training: Anika Trahan
Communications and Technology Trainer: Sara Nevedal
Technical Support: ITS 6-TECH
Faculty Support Services
Accessibility Resources at UNCG: This website is a hub for web accessibility support services and educational resources for faculty, staff, and students. You can also contact the Accessibility Coordinator, the Office of Accessibility Resources & Services (OARS) at either 336.334.5440 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Canvas LMS Training: Growing with Canvas is a self-paced module designed to help teachers learn how to use Canvas effectively in brick-and-mortar classrooms and online learning environments.
ITS Learning Services: This team offers services that enhance learning through the use of technology. They work with instructors to create, redesign, or adapt courses that accomplish course goals as defined by the instructor.
MyCloud: a UNCG service that offers UNCG faculty, staff, and students access to applications and virtual desktops over the internet. Also, you don’t need to be on campus to use MyCloud, making distance learning and commuting more convenient.
Quality Matters Canvas Workshop: learn more about the Quality Matters rubric and how to successfully apply it to your online course.
University Teaching and Learning Commons Teaching Innovations Office (TIO): Advances and celebrates learning that is inclusive of UNCG’s teaching heritage. Teaching tips newsletters, events, workshops, and more are available to UNCG faculty and staff.
Web Accessibility 101: A UNCG-developed, self-paced, online Canvas course that introduces instructors to the basics of accessibility, with emphasis placed on making content accessible while promoting proactive (as opposed to reactive) steps that people can take to create and advocate for accessible content. Instructors will learn the language of accessibility, the laws that most impact higher education, how to create accessible content, the principles of Universal Design for Learning, and other useful information pertaining to accessible technology and the experience of people with disabilities.
Workshops.uncg.edu: Whether you’re looking for one-on-one consultations or whole group workshops, in person or online, check out what’s available to you as you prepare to move your course online.
Student Support Services
- Career & Professional Development
- Dean of Students Office
- Digital ACT Studio (DACTS)
- Digital Media Commons (DMC)
- International Student & Scholar Services
- ITS Learning Technology
- Office of Accessibility Resources & Services (OARS)
- Students First Office
- Counseling Center
- Academic Achievement Center
- University Speaking Center
- University Teaching and Learning Commons Teaching Innovations Office (TIO)
- UNCG Online
- University Libraries
- Writing Center
- Math Help Center