Remote teaching, learning, and working presents an opportunity for each of us to create a home workspace that is comfortable, safe, and secure for ourselves, as well as our technology and our data. Here are some best practices to follow while we are sheltered in place.
Zoom for desktop and mobile is a platform for video conferencing, recording meetings, chatting, screen sharing, and more.
WFU Faculty and Staff may register for a licensed version of Zoom with no time limits.
Follow the instructions on the Software@WFU site to activate your account and download the Zoom application and Chrome Extension. Visit the IS Zoom Service Page for training links and more.
Annually, the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 requires all colleges and universities to inform students of the possible consequences of copyright infringement as outlined by the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA). Read the information here.
We are proud to announce that Wake Forest has been named an Adobe Creative Campus. Providing the Adobe Creative Cloud suite to all students, faculty, and staff demonstrates our continued commitment to innovate as an institution and give our campus community the skills and tools they need to succeed in a multi-modal and digitally competitive world. Download the Adobe Creative Cloud at software.wfu.edu and you’ll have access to a comprehensive collection of software for graphic design, video editing, web development, photography, and more.
On Thursday, March 21, Information Systems hosted the 8th annual TechXploration! TechXploration provides members of our campus community a unique opportunity to share and see the many ways that technology is being incorporated into the classroom.
Each of the 30+ presentations were unique to a specific topic and incorporated posters, technology, videos, activities, and lots of engaging conversation! For 3 hours, approximately 200 faculty, students and staff interacted with one another, learning more about each other, both professionally and personally. Presenters and attendees engaged in animated conversations regarding the positive aspects and challenges encountered when using technology to enhance teaching, learning, and scholarship.
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