The College of Liberal Arts & Sciences Office of Academic Technologies provides consultation and support for faculty and staff in the college including software, hardware, labs, a web publishing platform and documentation of technologies for teaching, learning and research.
Do you want to set available office hours and let students make their own appointments? Do you need to schedule participants for research? Check out YouCanBook.Me. The free version is full of useful features YouCanBook.Me connects with either your University or public Google Calendar. You can then provide public time slots for individuals to book […]
The Charlotte Observer recently produced a documentary about the Brooklyn neighborhood of Charlotte. It accompanies a retrospective article the newspaper published remembering the Brooklyn neighborhood of Charlotte. See: Brooklyn was the center of black life in Charlotte. Until the bulldozers arrived.
This video has been added to the Brooklyn Oral History site that grew out of Dr. Karen Flint’s “Oral History and Memory ” class at University of North Carolina, Charlotte with two sets of graduate students in 2004 and 2007.