Blackboard Grades Showing 5 Decimal Places »

Issue: Users are seeing grades with 5 decimal places rather than 2 decimal places when using percentages. For example, grades are showing 91.9090%, instead of 91.91% Summary: The decimal places for percentages are displaying out to 4 or 5 places in the Grade Center. Documentation on the Grade Center indicates that while calculations are based on four . . .

Free Lon-CAPA Workshop May 23rd »

A LON-CAPA workshop is being held for faculty and staff on Monday, May 23 at 9am in the Temple Building, Room 3309. This workshop will be facilitated by Dr. Sally Hunnicutt from the Department of Chemistry and will last approximately two hours.  This will be a hands-on experience, focusing on the Course Coordinator role (instructor), so be sure to b . . .

Kaltura – Intermittent Connectivity Issues – RESOLVED »

We received the following update from Kaltura Support. The behavior you have experienced was derived form a server behavior abnormality that was handled as a top priority by our engineers and should now be resolved --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- We are currently experiencing i . . .

VoiceThread WorkShops »

Are you looking to add to your professional development portfolio? Want to learn more about using VoiceThread to enhance your classes? Join us next month for our free workshops! About the Workshops These workshops are completely free.  Each session is led by George Haines, an instructional designer and former educator. George will share his Voice . . .

Respondus LockDown Browser and Monitor Training »

Summer term is an ideal time to get started with LockDown Browser and Respondus Monitor, which help to deter cheating during online exams. This free, 45-minute webinar demonstrates both applications and will provide instructors everything they need to get started. During this session we'll also show a new feature of Respondus Monitor that automatical . . .


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