Virtual Events

Friday, June 18, 2021

  • (All day)
    This module opens on June 7 and is available until June 25. Participants should complete the module within 3 weeks at their own pace. During this asynchronous course, participants will be provided resources, examples, and strategies for improving their WebCampus Syllabus. The goal of this training is to provide pedagogical context for how a course syllabus supports best practices in online...
     Location: - Online
  • (All day)
    This module opens on June 7 is available until June 25. Participants should complete the module within 3 weeks at their own pace. During this asynchronous course, participants will be provided with examples and explanations of how to organize modules within their Webcampus course in order to promote student success. The goal of this training is to provide participants with an opportunity to...
     Location: - Online
  • (All day)
    This module opens on June 7 is available until June 25. Participants should complete the module within 3 weeks at their own pace. During this asynchronous course, participants will learn how to utilize WebCampus Settings and Tools to promote instructor satisfaction and student success. The goal of this training is to identify the key functions in WebCampus that support best practices in online...
     Location: - Online
  • (All day)
    This module opens on June 7 and is available until June 25. Participants should complete the module within 3 weeks at their own pace. During this asynchronous course, participants will explore the student population at UNLV and how technology can be used to address their needs. The goal of this course is to provide examples and strategies for creating an inclusive online learning environment. By...
     Location: - Online
  • (All day)
    This module opens on June 7 and is available until June 25. Participants should complete the module within 3 weeks at their own pace. During this asynchronous course, participants will be introduced to tools and functions available within WebCampus that promote interaction and engagement. The goal of this training is to provide participants with resources to use within their course to increase...
     Location: - Online
  • (All day)
    This module opens on June 7 and is available until July 25. Participants should complete the module within 3 weeks at their own pace. During this asynchronous course, participants will be introduced to the basic principles of accessibility and given resources to ensure that their courses meet all rules, guidelines, and laws associated with online accessibility. The goal of this course is to...
     Location: - Online
  • (All day)
    This module opens on June 7 and is available until June 25. Participants should complete the module within 3 weeks at their own pace. During this asynchronous course, participants will explore how to create opportunities within their course for students to provide targeted feedback. The goal of this course is to demonstrate the need for instructors to utilize student feedback to address the...
     Location: - Online
  • (All day)
    This module opens on June 7 and is available until June 25. Participants should complete the module within 3 weeks at their own pace. During this asynchronous course, participants will be introduced to strategies and the purpose of chunking course content to increase student interaction, participation, and completion. The goal of this course is to provide participants with tools that will assist...
     Location: - Online
  • (All day)
    This module opens on June 7 and is available until June 25. Participants should complete the module within 3 weeks at their own pace. During this asynchronous course, participants will identify what makes an assignment effective and create assignments aligned with instructor, student, and content outcomes in mind. The goal of this training is to lay the foundation for instructors to create...
     Location: - Online
  • (All day)
    This module opens on June 7 and is available until June 25. Participants should complete the module within 3 weeks at their own pace. During this asynchronous course, participants will explore the discussions section of WebCampus and what components are necessary for an effective discussion. The goal of this training is to introduce participants to various options available within the Discussion...
     Location: - Online
  • (All day)
    This module opens on June 7 and is available until June 25. Participants should complete the module within 3 weeks at their own pace. During this asynchronous course, participants will be introduced to strategies and resources that will assist with the creation of assessment policies and instructions associated with online teaching and learning best practices. The goal of this course is to...
     Location: - Online
  • (All day)
    This module opens on June 7 and is available until June 25. Participants should complete the module within 3 weeks at their own pace. During this asynchronous course, participants will explore the various formats for conducting assessments in the online environment, as well as strategies for ensuring that their assessments are aligned to learning objectives and course outcomes. The goal of this...
     Location: - Online
  • 9:00am
    Summary The skills leaders need are diverse and many! This course addresses the essential leadership skill of resolving conflict to assist team members come to their own solutions, while achieving outcomes that are beneficial to the organization. During these sessions, participants will learn skills and gain confidence in addressing conflict as it arises, as, oftentimes, conflict is not handled...
     Location: - Virtual via Zoom
  • 10:00am
    Curator Jason Lazarus describes Sue Havens's “pandemic paintings” as “a compressor, kettle, and prism” of the artist’s work from the past twenty years. Havens outlines her goal most simply as a question: “What is it to search for form?” Join the Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art for a conversation between Jason Lazurus and Sue Havens. The Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art is proud to present Sue Havens...
     Location: - Online
  • 12:00pm
    Join us on Friday, June for a free virtual workshop - Six Stories You Need to Tell About Yourself presented by Stephanie Balzer, Associate Vice President of Marketing and Communications for the Division of Philanthropy and Alumni Engagement. What's your story? Who are you, and what do you want? Stories are an effective way to make a connection, or inspire or influence others. But how do you use...
     Location: - Virtual
  • 1:00pm
    Anthony King, M.A. Candidate Department of Psychology "Are Gaming and Gambling Disorders Related? Examining the Roles of Money, Relative Deprivation, and Upward Mobility" Committee Members: Dr. Gloria Wong-Padoongpatt, Advisory Committee Chair Dr. Colleen Parks, Advisory Committee Member Dr. Shane Kraus, Advisory Committee Member Dr. Mark Padoongpatt, Advisory Committee Member
     Location: - Online
  • 1:30pm
    Want to continue the conversation with your Honors and Sciences Advisor after New Student Orientation? Join us for a coffee at our Coffee with an Advisor sessions! Take a break and chat with your advisors and peers virtually through WebEx. We will discuss helpful tips, tricks, and resources that can help you be successful for your first year.
     Location: - Online

Monday, June 21, 2021

  • 9:00am
    The 2021 UNLV Summer Code Camp is a half-day online summer program held for 8 days from Monday, June 21st, 2021 to Thursday, July 1st, 2021 for girls who are interested in learning how to code. This program is sponsored by the College of Sciences and the National Supercomputing Institute at UNLV, with funding from the National Science Foundation. The program is intended to introduce coding to...
     Location: - Online
  • 1:00pm
    Join us on Webex for Grad School 101 and Paying for Grad School. In this hour-long workshop, we will explore the personal and professional advantages of graduate education at UNLV, discuss how to select a program, go over the application process, and review program deadlines. We will also explore a number of ways to pay for graduate school, including graduate assistantships, fellowships,...
     Location: - Online Meeting
  • 2:00pm
    Learn about accessing your NDC account online, using account resources and tools, upcoming website enhancements, and new Advisory Services available to all participants.
     Location: - Online Webinar