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Turnitin allows Moodle ISU instructors to evaluate the originality of students’ assignment submission. With Feedback Studio, Similarity Report and other features, instructors can review and grade submissions.
Zoom is a web conferencing system (video centric) with video, audio, whiteboard, chat, application sharing, polling, breakout rooms and other tools to engage students in a synchronous (live) online environment. Our ISU Zoom license has been enabled with end-to-end encryption to facilitate HIPAA based compliance requirements.
Enrollment instructions for Duo Security
Instructions on how and why to enter an X grade.
Refer to this document for instructions to enter student grades.
An explanation of the drive-up wifi access on ISU campuses in Pocatello, Idaho Falls, and Meridian.
Information on what elements need to be in your password using the Identity Management System.
Before adding questions to your quiz, you should have already created questions in your Question bank, and have created a Quiz activity in your course.
There are several types of questions that you can add to a Quiz. This guide will provide brief descriptions of each question type. Click on the Additional Information link to learn how to create each type of question.
Stay up to date with the latest features by updating your Zoom Client.
Instructions on DocuSign at Idaho State University
Step-by-Step instructions on how to share a Google calendar with specific people
Reviewing a project request for resources and risks
Windows Narrator is a screen-reader and text-to-speak tool that allows a user to hear text and screen elements read aloud.
How to originate, change, approve, or look up a Change of Major request.
Explains the Plan Ahead feature, as well as how to create plans, change plans, and register using a plan.
Single Sign-On functions are now available at ISU.
Step-by-Step instructions on how to share a Google calendar with Idaho State University
Project managers may close projects that have been completed or canceled. Once a project is closed, users will not be able to access documents, issues, plan, tasks, or any other items associated with this project.
Instructions for non-advising faculty to help students change their major.