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Instructional Technology Blog

Welcome to the Instructional Technology Blog Portal. Here you will find the 5 most recent posts about supported software and instructional technologies like Drexel Learn, Collaborate and Camtasia, just to name a few. To view the full details of a post, click on the link provided. All posts are located on the blog, which is hosted in our SharePoint site. The site can be accessed anonymously, but you can log in with your Drexel credentials to post comments and receive e-mail notifications.

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Collaboration in Drexel Streams (Kaltura)

Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Drexel Streams allows you to delegate permissions to your content to other Drexel Faculty or Staff as needed.

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Course Copy Discussion Options

Wednesday, July 20, 2016

When you copy a course in Drexel Learn, there are two options for how to handle discussion forums. The best choice depends on how your Discussion Forums are set up and how you use them in your course.

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Dr. Course Copy or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Select All button

Wednesday, July 20, 2016

There are a number of reasons why pressing the Select All button is the best practice when executing a course copy. On more than a few occasions, people have had issues that can be traced back to either not using that button, or selectively unchecking some of the selected items.

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Emails with attachments from Learn cause error in webmail

Wednesday, June 22, 2016

When an email from Drexel Learn containing an attachment is received in webmail, users will see "An error occurred while displaying the selected message". This article covers some workarounds for this issue.

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How-to: Identify Clickable Links in a Drexel Learn Course

Wednesday, June 15, 2016

In Drexel Learn, some clickable links can be less obvious. Learn some of the clues for spotting what text is clickable.

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