Dean Boyle

Author's posts

#TechTipThursday- Setting up a Virtual Meeting with WebEx

Authored by Sierra Holsclaw, ITC How to schedule a meeting in WebEx A WebEx meeting is an online meeting that allows you to virtually meet with other people, without leaving your home or office.  To schedule a meeting log into your WebEx account and go to the Meetings tab on the left-hand side of the …

Continue reading

#TechTipThursday- Targeted Messaging in Canvas with “Message Students Who”

Authored by Sarah Myroup, ITC “Message Students Who” Let’s step into the shoes of a professor. It’s the day an exam on Canvas is due, and half the class has not done it. Concerned for their success, a professor may wish to reach out to the students with a friendly reminder. Or perhaps, the exam …

Continue reading

#TechTipThursday- Customize your Calendar with Canvas

Authored by Sierra Holsclaw, ITC Customize your Calendar with Canvas As a student, life can seem hectic when you’re stuck juggling many assignments due at the same time, club meetings, and commitments in your own personal life.  The Canvas calendar makes this easier by not only allowing you to display your assignment due dates, but …

Continue reading

#TechTipThursday- Building your Brand with Google Forms

Authored by Emma Grace Mancini, ITC Google Forms-Uploading an Image to be the Background Students and teachers can use Google Forms to make surveys, quizzes, or event registration sheets.  The form is web-based and can be shared with respondents by sending a link, emailing a message, or embedding it into a web page or blog …

Continue reading

#TechTipThursday- Deter Cheating and Maximize Instructional Time with Honorlock

Authored by Molly Mancini, ITC How to enable Honorlock for a Quiz in Canvas Honorlock is a cheating deterrent supported by the DEC.  Honorlock easily integrates into Canvas, and is considered a step up from its predecessor, Respondus LockDown Browser, which was its own browser which had to be downloaded onto each student’s computer.  Honorlock …

Continue reading

#TechTipThursday- Bring Learning to the “Big Screen” with iMovie

Authored by: Sarah Myroup, ITC iMovie is a free video editing software that can be downloaded on Mac computers. It’s a versatile tool that can be used for anything from short films to school projects. In this Tech Tip Thursday, we will be focusing on the latter, demonstrating how iMovie can bring learning to the …

Continue reading