Exam Scanning – Digital Desk Tutorial
Description: Tutorial for using Digital Desk at UNC-Chapel Hill
» Subjects: , » Tags: ,

Using Sakai to host a personal website
Description: All Sakai@UNC users have a Home site with its own Resources area for sharing and storage of up to 2 GBs of files. An individual’s Resources area is a good choice for hosting personal portfolios and web sites. By default, materials are private to the owner, but can be made publicly accessible and links to it shared with […]
» Subjects: ,

Accessing local files from Virtual Lab
Description: When opening/saving files on Virtual Lab, it is important to make sure that you are saving to your local machine rather than to the server. Below is a picture of an example open dialog from a program in Virtual Lab, highlighting the general location of your local drive (Please note that Operating System and user […]
» Subjects: » Tags: ,

Why use VoiceThread?
Description: Why Use VoiceThread?
» Subjects: » Tags: ,

Sakai Tests & Quizzes Tool
Description: Sakai Tests & Quizzes Tool
» Subjects: , » Tags: , , , , ,

Why use a classroom response system?
Description: Why Use a Classroom Response System?
» Subjects: » Tags: , ,

Peer Review Options (using UNC Instructional Technologies)
Description: Peer Review Tools Using UNC Instructional Technologies A quick comparison: Tool Great for… Sakai: Assignments Tool ·      Peer review of written and media assignments, as well as general peer review for group participation ·      Grading the person being reviewed by peers, NOT the peer reviewers Sakai: Lessons Tool (with Student Pages) ·      Anonymous peer reviews, […]
» Subjects: , , ,

Best practices for online discussions
Description: Best Practices for Online Discussions
» Subjects: , , , » Tags: , , , , , , ,

Facilitating Online Discussions
Description: Facilitating Online Discussions
» Subjects: , » Tags: , , , , , ,

Register for Poll Everywhere (Faculty)
Description: There are two types of Poll Everywhere Accounts: public and UNC. Both are free, though the UNC Account provides more functionality. UNC Poll Everywhere Instructor Account – Recommended (and free) Since Spring 2010, the Center for Faculty Excellence and Information Technology Services have paid for a group of licenses that allow individual instructors to use […]
» Subjects: , ,