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Digital Accessibility in Course Design available on-demand

The Digital Accessibility Office (DAO) has added to its roster of self-paced training. The on-demand version of Digital Accessibility in Course Design complements the Digital Accessibility Awareness introductory course, introduced as a self-paced course in March. Aimed at instructors who use digital content in their courses, Digital Accessibility in Course … Continued





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ITS helps redesign ConnectCarolina to improve the student registration experience

In August, as students settled into their routines during the first weeks of school, registering for the Spring 2023 semester was the last thing on their minds. For the Operational Excellence team, however, it was front and center. In July, Operational Excellence announced the Course Setup project, led by Candace … Continued





Two-minute tips to organize your digital life

Organize your digital life to start the new year off right. Cleaning up and changing some settings might just make the beginning of the semester feel a little less hectic. The good news is that imposing some order on your digital chaos doesn’t have to take all day. Here are … Continued





Career builder: alexandra corbett

Career builder: the path from philosophy to IT data governance

Alexandra Corbett, a part-time data governance analyst at ITS, didn’t enter information technology the way you might expect. When she started, she was an undergraduate student studying philosophy and psychology. “Funny enough, I came into the job through the philosophy department,” she said. The undergraduate chair of the Department of … Continued





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Giving thanks for IT services

November is National Gratitude Month and ITS is giving thanks for the behind-the-scenes teams and work that keep the University running. It’s easy to take IT services for granted — we expect 24/7 access and uptime to our email, websites, documents, storage and Wi-Fi. Disruptions are noticeable, but we don’t … Continued




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