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Using TurnItIn in Canvas and Sakai

Setting up Assignments to be run through TurnItIn’s similarity checker These videos will show you how to set up the assignment in Sakai or Canvas so that student submissions are run through TurnItIn’s similarity checker. They will also show you … Continue reading

Posted at 2:58 p.m. Feb. 27, 2019, by in Canvas, Sakai

Create Kaltura video from within Sakai or Canvas (new recorder)

Kaltura allows faculty, students, and staff at Rutgers to create or upload videos to a streaming server, which makes sharing them easy for everyone. You could think of our Kaltura server as Rutgers own YouTube-like service. Before you record a … Continue reading

Posted at 1:01 p.m. Jan. 10, 2019, by in Kaltura, Uncategorized

Creating a welcome and inclusive course– starting with the syllabus

In May 2018, Instructional Design & Technology collaborated with the Gender Studies department to create a workshop about designing welcoming and inclusive course syllabi. Why is this important? Research shows that students are more successful in courses where they feel … Continue reading

Posted at 9:18 a.m. June 1, 2018, by in News

Collegial sharing & learning at the 5th annual Rutgers University–Camden eLearning Conference

The 5th annual Rutgers University–Camden Faculty eLearning conference took place on March 1, 2018. The conference featured presenters from Rutgers–Camden, Camden County College, Rowan College at Burlington County, Rowan College at Gloucester County, and Rowan University. Attendees joined from these … Continue reading

Posted at 10:30 a.m. April 13, 2018, by in News

Adding Raptor Connect to your Sakai site

Steps to add RaptorConnect to your Sakai site Go to your Sakai site and click the “Site Info” tab on the lefthand menu. Click the “Manage Tools” button at the top of the page (second button from the left). Click … Continue reading

Posted at 9:05 a.m. Feb. 6, 2018, by in Sakai

Post an exam in Sakai which draws from a question pool

1. Format your questions properly in Microsoft Word, or in a text editor. It may actually be easiest to do this in a plain text editor like Notepad, as Microsoft Word tries to auto-generate numbers and letters for you, which … Continue reading

Posted at 11:19 a.m. Oct. 10, 2017, by in Sakai
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