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Learn how to send an email to your entire class or selected students in your Nexus course using the Quickmail block.
As circumstances arise that require you to teach online, you may find yourself needing to administer tests online. In the guidance that follows, the term "tests" includes quizzes, exams, and other assessments that can normally be delivered in the form of a document that students receive, complete, and return to the professor.
In the event of an emergency situation caused by any number of factors, your ability to continue your class in the manner that you've planned may be impacted.
This guide provides information on locations with lecture capture equipment, loaner equipment, equipment purchasing recommendations, quick links to online resources, and ITS support documentation + LinkedIn Learning training videos.
In the event of an emergency situation caused by any number of factors, your ability to continue your class in the manner that you've planned may be impacted.
This guide provides faculty with strategies for moving course online.
In the event of an emergency situation caused by any number of factors, your ability to continue your class in the manner that you've planned may be impacted.
This guide helps you with general pre-disruption planning tips.
Want to do something in your course but can't find the tool to do it in Nexus? We've got a plethora of tools to help enhance your course. To learn more about any of these tools, please contact the Learning Technologies + Environments team for help deciding and setting up a tool in your course by submitting a request at https://helpdesk.union.edu .
In the event of an emergency situation caused by any number of factors, your ability to continue your class in the manner that you've planned may be impacted. This guide helps you find alternatives for these unforeseen situations, including: General pre-disruption planning tips; Get started with your instructional continuity plan; Strategies for moving course online; and Resources.
Acadly is a student student response platform with Zoom and Nexus integration that helps professors deliver engaging lectures and record attendance at the tap of a button.
In the event of an emergency situation caused by any number of factors, your ability to continue your class in the manner that you've planned may be impacted.
This guide helps faculty get started with an instructional continuity plan.
Learn how to adjusting quiz scoring, override quiz access settings for particular students or groups of students, and review and grade student attempts on quizzes.
Article about Sharing Cart Feature for sharing activities between courses.
The Gradescope Tool in Nexus can link directly to assignments in Nexus to return grades.
How to embed a video from your Ensemble Library into your Nexus site.
Your class is full of diverse students with unique learning abilities. Providing them with more accessible original content means they can choose formats that work best for them: HTML for improved reading on mobile phones, Electronic Braille for the visually impaired, and Audio for learning on the go. Ally automatically scans your original content and performs a series of steps to make them more accessible.
Blackboard Ally documentation (PDF) and video instructional resources.