Instructional impact of student Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)

Guidance for UCLA instructors on ways to minimize the instructional impact of student multi-factor authentication (MFA).

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New digital research and instructional projects are about to get underway in English, Art History, Scandinavian, and Germanic. These are just some of our many current projects.

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Latest Blog Posts

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  1. Instructional Impact of Student MFA

    Instructional Impact of Student MFA

    On April 17, all students at UCLA will be required to use Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) to access university systems (including...

  2. The Organized Candidate – Tracking your time

    The Organized Candidate – Tracking your time

    Among the top challenges facing Ph.D. students are time management and organization. You can have the best ideas for a...

  3. What is EPIC? Talking Sustainable Pedagogy in the Humanities with Dr. Lisa Felipe

    What is EPIC? Talking Sustainable Pedagogy in the Humanities with Dr. Lisa Felipe

    Dr. Lisa Felipe is the Director of the Excellence in Pedagogy and Innovative Classrooms Program (EPIC) at UCLA. EPIC, made...

  4. A photo of Faculty re-Imagining learning spaces at UCLA

    Faculty re-Imagining learning spaces at UCLA

    The Online Teaching and Learning Initiative is facilitating three Faculty Design Workshops for the Classroom Advisory Committee to solicit input...

Learning Lab @ Rolfe

Located in 2118 Rolfe Hall, the CDH Learning Lab@Rolfe is a technology-enabled, active learning, presentation and collaboration space for scheduled and drop-in use by humanities instructors and students. Click here to see the lab schedule. To reserve the lab, email

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Upcoming Events

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  1. Introduction to Statistical Software

    April 25 @ 11:30 am - 1:30 pm

    This hands-on workshop will introduce some commonly used statistical software packages, including R, SAS, SPSS and Stata. Taught by Christine Wells...

  2. Introduction to Spatial Data

    May 2 @ 11:30 am - 1:30 pm

    How to get started with spatial data and statistics. Taught by Albert Kochaphum and Christine Wells (Institute for Digital Research...

  3. Zotero

    May 2 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

    Zoe Borovsky (Library) and Bethany Myers (Library) cover the basics and some fancy, advanced features of this popular, free, web-based application.