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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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Course Copy Follow-Up: Turnitin Assignments

Thursday, August 2, 2018

If you utilize Turnitin within your course, and you copy content from one course to another that contains one or more Turnitin assignemnts, there are a few things you will need to do before students can submit to the new assignments.

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Course Copy Follow-Up Procedures

Wednesday, August 1, 2018

After you copy content in Learn from one course to another, there are a number of items that should be checked once the copy is complete. Here you can see the list of features and tools that you should review after a course copy.

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Library Guides in Learn

Wednesday, August 1, 2018

Library Guides offer a curated selection of resources, tools, and tips for students to connect to the information they need. Now it is easier to link to these guides directly from your course in Drexel Learn.

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New Report: Test Duration

Monday, July 30, 2018

There is a new report available within Drexel Learn that allows instructors to easily see the start time, end time, and calculated duration of all test submissions within a course.

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Collaborate Issue in Firefox 61+

Friday, July 27, 2018

There is currently an issue with audio in Collaborate for Firefox 61+ users. When speaking in Firefox, it will appear that sound is being broadcast to the room, but no other users will be able to hear the audio. Google Chrome is unaffected by this issue and is currently the only recommended browser to use for Collaborate.

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