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Learn more about teaching, learning, and working remotely

Information Systems has compiled a list of resources to enable faculty and staff to teach and work remotely. Students should consult keeplearning.wfu.edu for additional resources and information.  Consider some of these best practices while sheltering in place, back-up your data, protect your technology, and reach out for assistance. We encourage you to check out LinkedIn… Read More »

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Enabling Resources to Assist you to Work and Teach Remotely

  Be prepared! Have a plan if you ever need to work or teach remotely. IS has compiled a list of resources available to you if campus work is interrupted for any reason. Learn which services require VPN in order to be accessed, which services enable chat and video conferencing, how to make the most… Read More »

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Thanks for attending TechX!

Thanks for joining us at TechX! On Tuesday, February 25, Information Systems hosted our 9th annual technology fair. TechX provides faculty, students, and staff with a unique opportunity to share and see the many ways that technology is being incorporated into the classroom and throughout our campus community.

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TechX is Tomorrow, Tuesday, February 25th from 12-3pm!

Plan to join us for an engaging event focused on technology at Wake Forest! Drop by anytime between 12 and 3pm. Catch a keynote and visit our participants as they share their experiences with technology in the classroom and across our campus community. Click here for the pdf version of our TechX brochure.

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Wake Forest University is a proud member of WinstonNet

WinstonNet operates as a partnership between many of the major academic, social, and corporate institutions in Winston‑Salem. Information Systems CIO, Mur Muchane, serves on the Board of Directors. WinstonNet, Inc. is a non-profit (501c3) community technology initiative established in 2001 with the goal of “bridging the digital divide” that currently exists in the Winston‑Salem and Forsyth County communities.… Read More »

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Be aware of recent phishing email scams  

Although a number of emails are flagged for phishing by Google, some suspicious messages have the potential to circumvent filters. Know what to look for to protect yourself.  

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TechX 2020

Thanks for joining us at TechX!  On Tuesday, February 25, Information Systems hosted our 9th annual technology fair. TechX provides faculty, students, and staff with a unique opportunity to share and see the many ways that technology is being incorporated into the classroom and throughout our campus community.

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Canvas Open Labs

Stop by the Green Room in Reynolda Hall Monday, January 13 and Tuesday, January 14, from 1 – 5 PM to meet with members of the Canvas Implementation Team. Open to all faculty, students, and staff. Get your questions answered, learn fun tips-and-tricks from the LMS Manager herself, and pick up some Canvas swag! Visit… Read More »

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Happy Holidays from IS!

Check out our 2018-2019 Technology at Wake Forest Year in Review, a compilation of the partnership, collaboration, and digital transformation taking place at Wake Forest this year! We look forward to what 2020 has in store! 

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November Creative Exchange

Join us for our next monthly Creative Exchange – an informational conversation and lecture series designed to inspire and ignite creativity and community. Coffee and refreshments are provided! Friday, November 22, 2019 9:00-10:00am in ZSR Auditorium, #404 For November, we welcome filmmaker, humanitarian, and entrepreneur Wubetu Shimelash. As an entrepreneur, Wubetu Shimelash is the Co-Founder… Read More »