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Blackboard is a web-based course management system that makes it easy for instructors to manage materials distribution, assignments, communications, and other aspects of instruction for their courses. This service is available at no cost and is supported for use by all faculty and instructors...Read more

Takedown or Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) notices are the most common type of copyright infringement notices that Cornell receives. Content owners such as Universal, HBO, Paramount, and the Recording Industry Association of America send these notices to the Internet Service Provider...Read more

Turnitin is plagiarism detection software that scans student work for matched text by comparing the work to a large database of student work, publications, and materials on the Internet. The Turnitin service is available through an interface built in to Cornell's Blackboard Learning Management...Read more

Software

The following utilities meet industry best practices for data sanitization on common read/write media including:

Hard disks Floppy disks USB drives Utility Disk File PC/Win Mac Other DBAN
http://www.dban.org
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Conference calling on a campus phone allows group audio conversations. Analog phones allow three party members and digital phones allow six party members.

Additionally, you can host conference calls using the Zoom service.Read more

Voice mail (AUDIX) provides the ability to receive and send voice mail messages to other campus voice mail users.

In addition this service can be used for:

Bulletin Boards: A bulletin board allows a user to establish a prerecorded announcement to inform or redirect callers...Read more

My Extension Everywhere, formerly named Extension to Cellular (EC500), is an optional service for faculty and staff. When My Extension Everywhere is activated, calls to your campus phone number will ring simultaneously on any designated 10-digit phone number. The service can easily be turned on...Read more

From Merriam-Webster online:

unsolicited, usually commercial email sent to a large number of addresses

noun

etymology: from a skit...Read more

Click Start , and then in the Search box enter remote desktop connection . In the Computer box, enter the name of the server to which you want to connect, and then click Connect .
Note : Use the fully qualified server name, for example server_name.cit.cornell.edu.
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The Spam Control service (PureMessage) at Cornell has been retired and is no longer available.

Microsoft (for Office 365) and Google (for Cmail/ G Suite) handle spam filtering for their services. These providers do not include the kind of spam quarantine feature that...Read more

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