With the threat of COVID-19 in and around the state, NACC will be converting all on-campus courses/course delivery to an online format from March 17 – April 3. Classes will meet as regularly scheduled on Monday, March 16th.
NACC has a strong collection of instructors, and we will manage changes to course delivery, as instructed, while maintaining quality and rigor. NACC campus offices will remain open and operational during this time. Since faculty will remain on campus, questions or concerns from students will be handled virtually, over the phone, or by email.
All college-sponsored, supported, or work-related out-of-state travel is cancelled until further notice. Also, all events scheduled at the college are cancelled during this time.
If the need arises that you need to be able to work from home, there are tools to ensure that you can continue to perform your job with ease. Online meetings can be held, files can be accessed and stored online via Oficce365 OneDrive, share your computer screen with colleagues, make audio calls via your computer, and more!
Canvas Login https://nacc.instructure.com/login/canvas
If instructors or students are unable to come to campus or if the campus is closed for unforeseen reasons, how they can best maintain participation in classes.
There are several options to access your email:
Outlook for iOS and Android: https://products.office.com/en-us/outlook-mobile-for-android-and-ios
To setup NACC email on a mobile device https://www.nacc.edu/email-instructions
Login at https://www.office.com/
How to access the Online Meeting Calendar
Collaboration for individual & group chat, audio, video, and screen sharing https://support.office.com/en-us/article/video-what-is-microsoft-teams-422bf3aa-9ae8-46f1-83a2-e65720e1a34d
Available for faculty, staff, and students for desktop, mobile, and via a web browser
Personal Cloud Storage service used to share documents with faculty, staff, students and non-NACC individuals. The service can be used to store documents that contain up to Level 2 data, but should not be used for documents that contain Level 1 data (Personal Identifiable Information (PII)).
Campus Policies and definition of Personally Identifiable Information can be found at https://www.nacc.edu/nacc-policies and https://studentprivacy.ed.gov/content/personally-identifiable-information-pii
Information at https://www.nacc.edu/faculty-and-staff/phone-documentation
How to check voicemail from an off-campus telephone
Schedule your online tutoring session in AdvisorTrac at least one hour before the scheduled appointment time. Then, log into Canvas and click on the Tutoring course a few minutes before your online tutoring appointment for further instructions and guidance.
Online Tutoring How-to video
There are several options to access NOAH:
Voicemail can be retrieved from an external/internal phone by:
If you want to forward your office phone to another phone like a cell phone, home phone, or a phone at another location, use a Call Rule.
Important! Be sure to test to verify your new call rule is working as desired and make any changes as needed. If you need additional help, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Administrators and pertienent staff can be given access to the Virtual Private Network (VPN) service for connecting to the NACC network from remote locations. NACC’s VPN enables campus users to send and receive data across a public network as if their device is directly connected to the campus network. Besides being required to access some sites, it is recommended for accessing campus resources from public networks.
Cisco AnyConnect software is available by emailing a request to Patricia Falk, Technology Director at email@example.com.
IT SECURITY PRACTICES GUIDE FOR WORKING REMOTELY
Remote access puts systems at higher risk for attacks and unauthorized access because if the system is accessible to faculty/staff from outside of the campus network, it is also accessible to hackers and criminals. Follow the guidelines linked below to ensure you are working securely.
Information at https://nacc.edu//it-security-guidance-for-remote-access