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Zoom and Flex: What’s What?!?

Tweet Zoom – a tool; Flex – a class format You may have heard the terms “Zoom” and “Flex” bandied about DeSales recently. If you’d like some clarity about what Zoom and Flex are and how they are different, read … Continue reading

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Blackboard SaaS FAQ

Tweet In an earlier blog post, we mentioned an upcoming switch to SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) http://blogs.desales.edu/deit/2018/05/01/blackboard-unavailable-july-24-25-for-saas-migration/. We’d like to provide answers to some frequently asked questions. #1.  What is the SaaS deployment for Blackboard Learn? SaaS deployment for Blackboard Learn is … Continue reading

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DEIT July 2018 Workshops

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Intro to the Flex Class Format

Tweet Check out this 2:25 video on the Flex class format.

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June 2018 Workshops

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4th Annual Instructor Roundtable and Dinner June 13 Trexler Library

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Blackboard Unavailable July 24-25 for SaaS Migration

Tweet Blackboard will be unavailable on July 24 and 25 as we transition from “managed hosting” to “software-as-a-service (SaaS)”. System users will not encounter any major changes to the interface on July 26 other than some minor upgrades. The SaaS … Continue reading

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DSU BBQ: Return of the DEIT Video Game Bash, May 23, 1-4 pm

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May 2018 Workshops

Tweet Register at www.desales.edu/workshops. Questions? Contact DEIT at 610-282-1100 x2290 or deit@desales.edu.

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New! Offline Capabilities for the Blackboard App!

Tweet Not only is there a blackboard app, the app now has offline capabilities! Blackboard has added offline capabilities to their app so that students can access course content anytime and anywhere. Students will be able to: – Download documents. … Continue reading

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