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Using Triggers to Release Content

I’m pretty sure everyone is familiar with Trigger – but the trigger I’m speaking of here is the one you find in the dictionary not on Wikipedia.  A trigger refers to a mechanism or device that allows other actions or

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Entering Zero’s in the Gradebook

Toward the end of a term or at mid-term you may be calculating student’s course grades – and as much as we like to think otherwise, some of our students (for whatever reason) just haven’t done the work required in

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Use Assignments and Gradebook together separately

What can you do to minimize the number of clicks needed to enter Assignment submission grades?

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I forgot my password!

No worries!  If you’ve forgotten your password to your JohnsonU.edu email, Sakai, Office365 or the Campus Portal, you can easily reset it at http://www.johnsonu.edu/password.  Resetting your password is dependent upon selecting a security question and password when you initially change

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Office365 Service Overview

Check out the overview video for Office365 here.

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Sakai Tips for Professors

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The top ten ways students wish professors used Sakai: 1. Upload the course syllabus using the Syllabus tool Students find it helpful to have access to this important document from any computer. Tips: Posting a detailed syllabus, and keeping it

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