Elevating and fostering innovation through hands-on-learning at the WakerSpace
The Wake Forest makerspace, WakerSpace, is a great outlet for the multimodal and digital culture at Wake Forest. The challenges associated with the pandemic have created new opportunities for the WakerSpace. Due to social distancing protocols, we have had to look for new and creative ways to utilize the space.
Driving engagement and interactivity through cloud based teaching and learning resources
With Kaltura, faculty can easily create, edit, and incorporate videos into their classes.
Improving connectivity at Deacon Place for an enhanced student experience
While students were away over winter break we worked to re-engineer the entire network at Deacon Place. Now Deacon Place students are returning for spring semester to a network experience that is equivalent to the rest of the other residence halls.
Be Aware of Recent Phishing Scams
It appears W-2 phishing scams and generic IRS phone scams leveraging a source of authority are prevalent right now. Although a number of emails are flagged for phishing by Google, some suspicious messages have the potential to circumvent filters. Recent phishing phone and email scams include: The Better Business Bureau has received reports from people…
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Instructions for connecting to WFUwireless when running Android OS11
Due to security improvements in the operating system of Android devices, users who update their…
Enable Live Transcription for Zoom Meetings – Available Now
Live transcription (real-time subtitle/captioning) is now available within Zoom meetings for WFU accounts. This feature…
Kaltura is our new video hosting platform
In preparation for a full rollout of Kaltura this spring, Information Systems and the Instructional…
Students, Beware of Recent Social Engineering Messages regarding Employment and Payroll Solicitations
Please be aware of the heightened level of social engineering messages (i.e. phishing scams). Specifically,…
What is going on at the WakerSpace?
The Wakerspace teamed up with Dr. Luthy of WFU Engineering to 3D print mask clips, donating over…
The Office of Information Systems is the primary resource for all things computing at Wake Forest University.
Our mission is to empower the WFU community in the use of information and digital technologies towards intellectual exploration, informed institutional decisions, and the creation and dissemination of knowledge.
- Adobe Creative Cloud
- Adobe Spark
- Class Recording Kit for Reynolda Campus
- Google Classroom
- Google Sites
- High Performance Computing
- Instructional Technology (ITG)
- iTunes U
- Multimedia Technology
- One Button Studio
- Video Conferencing