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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 .
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.
At Union College, we use the Moodle learning management system (LMS) which is locally branded as, "Nexus". One of the things students want faculty to know is that a well organized Nexus course website makes them feel better about taking a course because expectations are clear and they what is due, by when. The Learning Design and Digital Innovation team has created a series of course templates to help get you started.
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.
Explains how to backup the student submission associated with your Nexus course.
Explains how to backup your grades from a Nexus course.
Step-by-step instructions on how to archive a Nexus course to your local computer.
Instructions to restore your course from a backup.
Nexus Essentials is a one page "tip sheet" that provides information about using Nexus (logging in/out, supported file types, etc.)
All of your features are still there, they just ay have been moved to a different place in the new Nexus 40.
Find out how to use Nexus to track attendance in your course.
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).
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.