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Provost’s message: Envisioning the Future of Academics at USF

Dr. Beth Roth, Provost and Vice President of Academics, delivered a message on the future of academics at USF to faculty, administrators and staff.  Recorded August 15, 2019 at the Turk Theater at USF.

All About DAT, Fall 2019

Phone Conferencing for Adobe Connect Canvas Studio is the new name for Arc Video Academic Technology is looking forward to another year of working with you to achieve quality course development goals, digital literacy and fluency on your terms, successful

Clinic: Create an In-Video Quiz with Canvas Studio

A quiz placed in a Canvas Studio can sustain student attention and engagement.  Here is a 13-minute clinic on the process of importing a YouTube Video and creating a quiz to be embedded on the video timeline and eventually installed

PowerPoint Now Publishes to Stream after One-time Setup

The ability to publish directly to Stream from PowerPoint is available now for 2019-2020 academic year. It has been a long time in coming.  It requires some setup that Tech Support can implement, but it’s doable.  Here are the one-time

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USF Computer Requirements for students, updated June 2019

These are general system requirements for students taking a course at USF, traditional, hybrid, or online.  A second page shows specific requirements for important applications.

Select a Speaker with Audio Setup Wizard

Adobe Connect now includes the ability to select an appropriate speaker or headset when you run the “Audio Setup Wizard,” always recommended to balance a microphone with the room’s acoustics to produce the best and most legible audio. The Screencast

Canvas Exam Analytics

To learn about student performance and to evaluate the effectiveness of individual exam questions.

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Idea Generator for a Teaching Innovation

We believe that teaching innovations happen best when you, the instructor, generate ideas of what you believe will best fit your pedagogical goals. But where do those ideas come from? We hope the interactive graphic shown is helpful in possible

Webcasting from a “Deep Freeze” computer

When you are using Adobe Connect to webcast from a classroom that has deep freeze, there are steps you must undertake every time you start or restart the computer. The PDF document provides these steps, including settings for a USB

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