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Turnitin is integrated with Nexus and allows faculty to check student work for plagiarism, as well as give paperless feedback.
Common questions about Nexus, Union College's Learning Management System (LMS).
Several options for learning how to use Nexus–the College's learning management system (i.e., Moodle) are provided for instructors in this article. Whether you are new to Nexus or need a refresher, these resources will provide everything you need from basic to advanced usage.
Quickly and securely create, analyze, and grade coursework using Google Docs through Nexus. Create and analyze assignments with individualized comment bank, rubrics, and originality reports.
Documentation for the enhanced use of the Nexus Wiki feature.
Instructions for students on how to submit assignments in Nexus.
Information on the "Block" feature and how it can improve the functionality of your site.
The "Mark as Done" feature, also called Activity Completion, allows the teacher to set completion criteria in a specific activity's settings. The criterion might be viewing, receiving a certain score or a student marking it as complete.
The process of transferring materials into a new course from an old course is explained in this documentation.
Article about Sharing Cart Feature for sharing activities between courses.
Instructions on how to embed YouTube videos in a Nexus course site.
Find out how to use Nexus to track attendance in your course.
Present a single question to students with multiple responses as possible answers. Choice activities are intended for gathering information only and are not gradable.
Information about advantages and tutorials for Tiles Format in Nexus.
Nexus Essentials is a one page "tip sheet" that provides information about using Nexus (logging in/out, supported file types, etc.)