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February 21, 2024
Media Library (otherwise known as Panopto) will be undergoing scheduled maintenance to perform necessary updates and account unification. During the maintenance window, users will not be able to access the Media Library (Panopto) or view/upload content. 
Maintenance will take place on Monday, February 26 for approximately 3 hours starting at 2:00 a.m. EST / 11:00 p.m. (February 25) PST.
February 19, 2024

The Sign Up tool is currently experiencing a service outage that is preventing users from accessing the tool. This outage is being investigated and we are working to restore functionality. We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your patience as we resolve the issue.


The Sign Up tool functionality has been restored and can be accessed by all users once again. If you continue to experience any issues with the Sign Up tool, please reach... read more


Course Spotlight

Tamar Gendler smiling in blue blouse with arms crossed

Tamar Gendler, Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences and Professor of Psychology and Cognitive Science, shifts the focus of classroom time from lecturing to active learning. In Tamar’s discussion of her flipped classroom, you will discover how the use of organization, metacognitive discourse and Voice Thread help to promote student engagement and motivation while also encouraging students to take ownership of their learning.