WebCampus Start of Semester Reminders

As we begin a semester that is sure to bring new challenges, we wanted to remind you of a few new features and helpful resources to help you in using WebCampus this semester. 

New Features 

Several new WebCampus features are available, including:

  • Bulk-editing of assignment availability and due dates
  • Direct share, which allows you to copy individual content items between courses and share content with other UNLV faculty. 
  • Setting the number of attempts a student can make for an assignment to a specific number instead of just unlimited.

Please see the summary of all new features for additional details.  

New Math Editor

A new math editor EquatiO has been added to WebCampus. EquatiO has extensive equation and scientific formula creation capabilities and is highly accessible. Documentation can be found on our support page under “How do I insert a math equation using the Rich Content Editor?”

Check Your Course

Please review the start of semester checklist to verify that your course is ready for student access.

Get Help: Open Labs, Workshops, and IT Help Desk 

Our WebCampus support site contains useful tipsheets, quick guides, and training and help information. You can self-enroll in on-demand/online training or register for a virtual workshop. Several new workshops are available. For one-one-one assistance with your courses, virtual open labs are available every Friday or you can submit a request for a virtual one-on-one session.

The IT Help Desk is also available for support. Please note our hours and locations have changed. 

We look forward to serving your campus technology needs and wish you a safe and successful semester.

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