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Join us for the Cornell Drupal Special Interest Group (SIG) where we will explore Drupal 8 while enjoying free donuts. The Drupal SIG is open to any and all skill levels including those curious about what Drupal is. This is a great place to meet, collaborate, learn new ideas, and engage in a...Read more
Zoom is Cornell's newest web conferencing software. Zoom Basic Training is online only and includes information about: logging in, configuring your profile, scheduling from the web profile, in session controls, how to install the Zoom Client App, information on further Zoom support and online...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.Ê Sessions will cover: creating a Turnitin assignment,Ê viewing student work in Turnitin, and grading a Turnitin...Read more
Recording class lectures with Panopto and posting them in your Blackboard course allows students to revisit core concepts repeatedly outside of class, while opening up space in your course for conversations and activities that enrich learning objectives. Recorded lectures can be used across several...Read more
Classroom Polling allows instructors to quickly ask a question and instantly receive responses from each student during class. In this session, participants will learn how to use the i>clicker program and connect to their Blackboard course for student roster access. This working session is for...Read more
Blackboard is an online tool that lets you deliver course materials, collect assignments, administer online quizzes and much more.Ê In this hands-on session you will learn how to navigate around Blackboard, add course materials and organize content.ÊÊRead more
Prerequisite: One semester or more experience using Blackboard OR completion of "Getting Started with Blackboard" session. In this class, we will explore some of Blackboard's more advanced features including quizzes, grading and organizing your grade center. NOTE: Participants who wish to use class...Read more
Cornell Information Technologies, along with IT units from across campus, are pleased to announce “Drupal Basics,” a half-day training by Vanessa Turke, the keynote speaker for DrupalCamp, to be held the next day. Drupal Basics is a site planning class, focusing on developing the content structure...Read more
Cornell Information Technologies, along with IT units from across campus, are pleased to announce Cornell DrupalCamp Code Sprint. The Code Sprint is the afternoon before Cornell DrupalCamp, and is geared toward developers who wish to get together and write code. The fee is $15 and covers room...Read more
Join Academic Technologies for a hands-on workshop on Turnitin, 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. Sessions will cover: creating a Turnitin assignment, viewing...Read more

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