News for Faculty and Staff

It’s tax season - be on the alert for tax and payroll phishing scams.

As we approach tax filing season, be on the alert for tax- and payroll-related phishing attempts and other scams. These attempts can appear to come from anywhere, even people you know.

UNLV and NSHE will never ask you for your password or other personal information through an email.

While OIT works to prevent phishing messages from reaching your inbox, you should also know the signs in order to prevent yourself from becoming a victim of phishing. Remember to think before you click:

Learn How to Improve Student Engagement With i>Clicker App and Device Training

Are you looking for techniques to keep your students’ attention, understand their level of concept mastery before an exam, or get them to class more consistently?

Join us from 9:30 - 10:30 a.m. on Tuesday, January 10 in CBC-B117 for an hour of interactive training to learn how to get up and running with i>clicker software, which now offers apps for students’ devices in addition to physical remotes.

Learn How to Improve Student Engagement With i>Clicker App and Device Training

Are you looking for techniques to keep your students’ attention, understand their level of concept mastery before an exam, or get them to class more consistently?

Join us from 9:30 - 10:30 a.m. on Tuesday, January 10 in CBC-B117 for an hour of interactive training to learn how to get up and running with i>clicker software, which now offers apps for students’ devices in addition to physical remotes.

OIT, EPHE Research Team Recognized as a 2016 Splunk Public Sector Innovation Award Winner

A research team comprised of University of Nevada, Las Vegas staff and students has received the Mission award for education from Splunk as part of its Public Sector Innovation Awards. The awards were announced on November 15 during the Splunk GovSummit conference in Washington, D.C.

Beware of phishing attempts and other email scams!

As we start the fall semester, remember to be mindful about phishing attempts and other attempts to steal your private information. These attempts can appear to come from anywhere, even people you know.

To protect yourself, never enter any personal information, usernames, or passwords in response to an email, or on a website that is linked to from an email. Never open files in an email that you were not expecting.

WebCampus Training and Support Feedback Requested

Your WebCampus support team would like your feedback on how we can improve our WebCampus training and support options. We are looking for your feedback on the types of support you want and the best days and times to offer training.

Complete the following survey by September 16, 2016 to be entered in a drawing to win an Office of Information Technology backpack and other prizes.

https://unlv.co1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_8eudAnj5dzzXou9

Additional WebCampus open labs for Faculty/TAs available through August and September

Have a question about WebCampus? Drop in to an open lab from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. every Friday, year round, in Lied Library 1225 for hands-on assistance from our expert support staff.

In addition to ongoing open labs, we will host the following sessions, also in Lied Library 1225, to help you get ready for the fall semester:

ACE account logins will be unavailable from 11 p.m. on Friday, August 19 - 12 p.m. (noon) on Saturday, August 20.

Maintenance on the ACE self-service page, ace.unlv.edu, was rescheduled and will now occur on Saturday, August 20. As a result, users will be unable to log into the applications below, unable to change ACE passwords, and unable to set up new ACE accounts during this time.

The upgrade will enable additional features on the ACE self-service page. More information about those features will be announced soon.

During the upgrade, users will be unable to sign in to the following services:

Register now for WebCampus Grade Center workshops in April - July

Registration for WebCampus Grade Center workshops held in April - July is now open. Morning sessions will be offered every second Friday of the month (4/8, 5/13, 6/10, 7/8) and afternoon sessions will be offered every fourth Tuesday or Thursday of the month (4/19, 5/26, 6/26, 7/26).

General purpose classroom VHS equipment will not be supported after September 2016

The Office of Information Technology, with approval from the Faculty Technology Advisory Board, will stop replacing and supporting VHS equipment in general use classrooms in September 2016.

If you currently use VHS tapes, you should begin finding alternative materials now. Library Media Resources can assist you in finding out if the tapes that you are using are available online or on DVD as well as with helping to locate and use video resources. For assistance, email Media Resources at mcs [dot] liedlibrary [at] unlv [dot] edu or call 702-895-2122.

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