A new and improved version of our Zoom integration tool is now available in Canvas! This new version automatically imports Zoom meeting recordings that are scheduled in your course into that course’s Panopto folder for easy retrieval, sharing, and automatic closed captioning. Continue reading Canvas Zoom Integration 2.0 Now Available
While LinkedIn Learning is a great resource for all kinds of online, on-demand training courses, you sometimes just need to ask a question! Thankfully LinkedIn Learning has heard the requests of many users and has introduced a Q&A feature within each course to help you do just that. Continue reading LinkedIn Learning Q&A Allows You to Ask the Experts
A lot has changed over the years when it comes to enrolling in classes. Previous generations of college students dealt with paper forms, waiting in line, and even gathering in large meeting halls to gather punch cards for the class sections they wanted for eventual input into a mainframe computer. Thankfully, things have gotten easier.
my.SMU has allowed students to manage their enrollments, bill payments, transcript information, and more from anywhere – even on mobile devices. Now, as part of the University’s SMU-in-Four initiative, we’re going one step further. We are excited to introduce the my.SMU Student Dashboard!
On January 22, 2021, all bulk email lists were refreshed for the upcoming spring semester. This included faculty, staff, graduate, and undergraduate student lists. You may now unsubscribe from Campus Lists or School Lists, if desired, at mylists.smu.edu. Continue reading Manage your list subscriptions
A few weeks ago, we mentioned the release of Apple’s latest desktop operating system, Big Sur. We also told you not to upgrade your devices until we had time to investigate compatibility and any issues that may arise. Today, we’re happy to announce that you can now start upgrading your devices, but before you do, please keep the following in mind. Continue reading macOS Big Sur: Safe to Upgrade Yet?