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ITS Educational Technologies provides services to advance the University’s academic mission by providing technical support for General Purpose Classrooms and learning spaces on campus, supporting the University’s central learning management system (Sakai), providing students with CCI Printing and Virtual Lab services, and supporting other selected technologies available to the campus community.


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Free Digital Accessibility Conference June 16

June 8, 2022

Everyone in NC higher ed is invited to Join the Journey at the 2022 Digital Accessibility Conference! Part of the North Carolina Higher Education Digital Accessibility Collaborative, this online conference will be held via Zoom on Thursday, June 16th, from…
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Fall 2022 Rosters are in Sakai

May 17, 2022

We hope you all are enjoying your summer break! Instructors can get a head start on the fall semester by creating your Sakai course sites now because Fall 2022 rosters are in Sakai! We encourage you to continue checking Carolina…
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Transition to Gradescope for Exam Bubble Sheets by Aug 1

May 9, 2022

We wanted to make the campus community aware of changes that are happening with our Exam Scanning services. All instructors who have used these services in the past have received notification of this upcoming change. Effective August 1, 2022, our…
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Anonymous Grading in Sakai Assignments

April 7, 2022

Instructors can now anonymously grade students’ submissions in the Assignments tool! Whether you are creating a new assignment or grading an existing one with student submissions, you can edit the settings for that assignment to hide students’ identities! Anonymous grading…
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