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    Microsoft Office 365 Tools

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    Microsoft is continually introducing new tools into their Office 365 suite to help increase your productivity and ability to collaborate.

    How do I access all the tools available to me via Office 365?

    Screen and Class Capture Service Overview

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    Classroom capture generally refers to lecture recording: a live class is being recorded, capturing the instructor’s computer display, the instructor and the front of the physical classroom, or both. TechSmith Relay (formerly Camtasia Relay) and Echo360 are commonly used for this.

    Optimizing Content on Your Website

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    Provided below are tips for improving your website and content for the Google Site Search (GSS) engine. These tips are excerpts from "Google's Search Engine Optimization Starter Guide, Version 1.1, 13 Nov 2008" (the latest version at Google Webmaster Central) and have been modified for OmniUpdate users.

    These tips align with best practices for any website content development.

    Media Storage and Sharing at Dartmouth

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    Dartmouth offers a wide variety of digital media services for storing and sharing media with others. This article addresses how to request assistance selecting a media hosting solution. Key considerations for shared media include access control, copyright protection, and whether the data should be available for download or streamed. In addition, special attention should be given to whether any of the hosted data contains information protected by HIPAA, FERPA, or Dartmouth's Information Security Committee (DISC) policy.

    Classroom Response Systems Service Overview

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    Classroom response systems are often known simply as “clickers”. The operating principle is that in order to increase in-class student engagement and learning, the instructor will present questions to her class to which students respond with either a dedicated device (“clicker”) or with a web-based tool or text message.

    Microsoft Office 365 Training

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    The following resources are available to the Dartmouth community for learning about Office 365:

    Clickers: Personal Response Systems

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    Clickers, also known as personal response systems, allow instructors to ask questions and gather students' responses during a lecture. Clickers can help facilitate student engagement by polling students' opinions and asking students to discuss the reasons for their opinions. They can also be used to collect immediate feedback about students' understanding of lecture topics so points of confusion can be addressed quickly.

    Online Training Resources

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    Dartmouth licenses online training from two companies: Microsoft and lynda.com.

    To access courses available through Microsoft:

    Update Personal Email Address with HR

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    The web-based "Employee Self Service" application allows employees to access and make changes to personal information on file. It could be beneficial to have a non-Dartmouth email address on record with HR for numerous reasons. A perfect example would be if your Dartmouth account became compromised, ITC staff would be able to contact you at personal email address to alert you that we had to reset the password on your account. In a case such as this, that might be the quickest way for you to learn why you no longer can access systems with your Dartmouth credentials.

    Web Statistics

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    Web site statistics are provided for departments who use the College-supported web content management systems (OmniUpdate or Drupal). Records for www.dartmouth.edu exist back to January 2005. If you are a client and would like to have statistics for your site available on a regular basis, email Web Services.

    Understanding Web Statistics

    Do "hits" really matter? What can you trust in your site's statistics?

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