In view of the novel coronavirus, also known as the Wuhan coronavirus, CIT has prepared a list of e-learning services for the continuation of teaching and learning. Please visit http://cit.nus.edu.sg/teaching-learning-continuity/ or click on the banner above to view the services.
CIT is hosting two LumiNUS overview and demo sessions for new staff and for staff who have been away.
The sessions will be on:
Click the respective links above to register.
The session will touch on:
- What's different and new
- Files - Submission
- Learning Flow
The presentation was on the “One-Stop Production Shop for Blended Learning Online Courses”. CIT staff Sie Wee and Wanyun shared how CIT works closely with NUS academic staff and the Centre for Development of Teaching & Learning (CDTL) in producing Blended Learning Courses or Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs).
Appreciation award presentation:
For more information of the event, please visit ihlcioforum.sg.
With the launch of LumiNUS and the growth of other Centre for Instructional Technology (CIT) services, we have restructured our support channels.
Current support channels
We have various service desks for our services. These will continue to be the fastest way to get help for services that CIT manages (NUSNET login required):
If you wish to email, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. NUS IT Care will route issues to CIT. We will handle these via the respective service desk. You may also call NUS IT Care at 6516 2080.
Removed support channels
citivle (IVLE Web Master) and cithelp (CIT Help) email addresses will not be used for creating support requests. IVLE Web Master is a legacy email address which will now be used for outbound emails and administering several external services.
IVLE Staff Help and IVLE Student Help Desks have been removed now that IVLE is in staff-only mode.
You may use one of the current support channels listed above instead.
Read more about our support channel changes and the benefits of service desks.