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This is a tutorial on how to create shortcuts to Canvas Courses on the desktop. Over time, you may acquire more courses and it can become difficult to manage all of the course tiles on the Canvas Dashboard. By creating shortcuts, you can more easily manage course tiles.
Instructors are able to see a page with the photos of the entire class within AccessAU Academics.
Adobe Creative Cloud is a software that allows users to install all Adobe products and keep them up to date through an App on the computer.
A survey is not worth giving unless you’re going to do something with the data and QuestionPro is a tool that gives you a lot of power to analyze your results. This article covers the creation, distribution, and analysis of surveys using QuestionPro for research, student work, and university business.
Non-AU users can still use Canvas but the process for changing the user's password is different from a typical AU user.
This is a quick start guide to Poll Everywhere. Poll Everywhere allows for up to 40 participants to participate in a poll (this is for the free version). The paid version allows for a larger audience. Poll Everywhere is used to interact with the audience using polls, questions, etc.
Poll Everywhere can be added to Google Slides as an Add On via Google Chrome browser. This allows Poll Everywhere Activites to be added directly into Google Slides Presentations.
Poll Everywhere can be added to Microsoft PowerPoint as an Add On via web download from Poll Everywhere. This allows Poll Everywhere Activities to be added directly into PointPoint Presentations and be presented live within the presentation. The Poll Everywhere PowerPoint Add On can be downloaded from the Poll Everywhere home page (after you have logged into your (anderson.edu) Poll Everywhere account.
This is a tutorial on how to add action buttons in Adobe PDF that save data that has been entered into the PDF.
This is a tutorial on the different options for setting up a Recording in Screencast-O-Matic.
This is a tutorial on how to use the key editing features and publish a video using Screencast-O-Matic
A short tutorial on how to caption a video using Screencast-O-Matic
How to set up a Google Meet from Google Calendar
Introduction to Google Meet, the features it has, and how to create a video conference using Google Meet.
This is a tutorial on how to install Screencast-O-Matic with the Anderson University License version.
This is a tutorial on how to set up the mic and camera for a Google Meet and some helpful tips on how to be successful with the technology.
This is a tutorial on how to share your screen in Google Meet and miscellaneous conferencing options that are available to the user.
This is a tutorial on the introduction to OBS studio.
This tutorial will go over how to navigate to Cavas's Conferencing tool (Big Blue Button), getting started with Big Blue Button and what sort of tools are available for the conference.
Signing in to a Google Chromebook using your AU Gmail account gives you access to your Google Drive, allows you to download & upload files, and use G Suite Apps such as Google Docs or Google Slides. It's very important that you sign out of the Chromebook after you are finished using it. The Chromebook does have a Guest Browsing mode that lets you browse the web but won't let you access any of the files. Don't forget to sign out when you are finished using the Chromebook.
A standard set of questions serves as the basis of the course evaluation, but instructors may also add additional questions that would be useful for their courses.
Course evaluations are conducted each semester using software called EvaluationKIT. The system is accessed via Canvas. Instructors and department administrators can access reports the day after final grades are due to the Registrar's office.