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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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How to Copy a Test from One Course to Another

Thursday, November 9, 2017

Do you need to move a test from one course to another? Here you can find out how to do that.

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Show Instructor Comments in Turnitin

Thursday, November 2, 2017

Students cannot see comments on a Turnitin submission until after the post date. However, when a student opens a Turnitin paper to review comments, depending on the settings, they might still be hidden from view.

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Publishing Posts in Learn: Steps for Success

Thursday, October 26, 2017

A lot of users prefer to compose an initial draft of a discussion, blog, or journal post in an external program like Word or Pages. To have the most success with composing and publishing posts within Learn, follow these guidelines.

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Turnitin - PowerPoint Submission Best Practices

Thursday, September 7, 2017

There are a few things that students should do to ensure their PowerPoint can be uploaded to Turnitin without issues.

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Reading Peermark Reviews – Turnitin – Student Guide

Wednesday, August 23, 2017

PeerMark is a feature in Turnitin that allows students to review each others papers once they are submitted. Once reviews have been released to students, you can read the reviews your peers made on your Turnitin paper.

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