The Gillings School of Global Public Heath has started a pilot to evaluate the Blue Jeans network as a teaching, meeting and collaborating resources.   What is Blue Jeans? Blue Jeans is a cloud based conferencing and collaboration service that allows up to 25 people to connect into a meeting or event. What do I… Read more »

    You can choose one of three ways to connect to your remote conference: Connect using the link and meeting ID provided in your Zoom Meeting confirmation. If you are planning to connect to the meeting using a PC, laptop, tablet or mobile device, this is the option that you will use. Participants will… Read more »

The Instructional and Information Systems (IIS) group follows and helps enforce UNC IT standards and policies, as collated at http://its.unc.edu/policies. Policy questions may be directed to Kathy Anderson, Assistant Dean for Information Technology, at kathy_anderson@unc.edu. The Instructional and Information System’s Incident Management Policy describes the procedures for responding to information security incidents. Campus security policies require… Read more »

Requesting IT Help The End User Support (EUS) group provides help desk support of in-warranty computer devices for the Gillings School’s faculty and staff. Support includes consulting, imaging, troubleshooting and various installation services. Note: Students are supported through the UNC ITS Service Desk, located in the lower level of the R.B. House Undergraduate Library. Ways… Read more »

Fileshare information IIS is transitioning local SPH shared file storage (the H: drive and similar) to campus-based storage space hosted by ITS, and will be retiring the aging hardware currently in use at SPH. This transition will happen largely behind the scenes, and should not result in any loss of access or data since the… Read more »

Instructional and Information Systems (IIS) provides core information technology support for public health faculty, staff and students. We collaborate with technology partners inside the school and across campus to ensure that our School is getting the best from technology. Our office can help with: Renting AV equipment; Developing an online course; Fixing your laptop; or… Read more »

Instructional and Information Systems (IIS) provides many core IT services for the School. The most frequently used are listed below. Please contact us if you have questions or are seeking information about services that you do not find described here. Some SPH departments, including BIOS, EPID, ESE, HPM, NUTR also maintain local IT services. Please… Read more »

School technology resources Reserve a classroom Remote Conferencing Services Check out AV equipment Sakai Orientation – an overview of how to access and use the Sakai course management system, including a collection of Instructor and Student Tips for working with some of the most common tools. Mediasite classroom capture viewing and troubleshooting information Printing tips… Read more »

Create on-the-go content that your students can view (or review) anytime, anywhere on a computer or mobile device. Record and stream your audio, video, and projected content in any of our lecture-capture enabled rooms. Available in the following rooms: See a lecture capture recording that explains more about the process. Schedule a recording Please Note:… Read more »