Monthly Archives: October 2014

Creating MP4 files from PowerPoint presentations

Tweet You’ve added narration to your PowerPoint presentation. Now it’s time to share your creation with others. But wait, the file is so large that it exceeds the file size limitation of the DeSales email system. What to do? The … Continue reading

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OUPblog: In person online: the human touch

Tweet Judith Bowman of Oxford Univeristy Press discusses her epiphany on “the human touch” element of online learning when she heard a student voice a complaint that if the online course that the student took had a face-to-face teacher, they … Continue reading

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DEIT Instructor Help Desk Guide

Tweet DEIT has created the following guide to assist instructors in effectively utilizing DeSales’ 24/7 Help Desk solution: DEIT Instructor Help Desk Guide. This guide contains information on when the Help Desk should be contacted vs. when DEIT should be … Continue reading

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Respondus Lockdown Browser/Respondus Monitor Tests

Tweet If you would like to add security to your online tests using either Respondus Lockdown Browser or Respondus Monitor, do NOT create and distribute a Password for the test under “Edit the Test Options”. When students input the test … Continue reading

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Faculty Focus Article: Building Community and Creating Relevance Online

Tweet Much like a traditional face-to-face class, the first days of an online class can make students new to the online learning environment nervous as well. Faculty Focus has created some helpful tips and tricks to make the online learning … Continue reading

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