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Moving Materials from Blackboard to Canvas
The guide is meant to be a starting point to help you export your materials in a self-help method. If you run into any issues at all, please do not hesitate to contact email@example.com.
Below are the answers to some frequently asked questions:
How do I create a new page or folder in OU?
We have created three page creation templates in OmniUpdate that we hope will help simplify the process for creating sections and pages on your website.
At Dartmouth, each mailbox has a limit for the amount of data that can be stored within it. We refer to this as the Mailbox Quota. That quota is a VERY large at 50 GB. If you exceed the quota, you will no longer be able to send e-mail from your account.
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.
Below is a list of some of the classes that are taught by Research Computing, and their descriptions. These classes are generally advertised in VOX Daily email notices, or check currently scheduled classes. If you would like to know when a certain class will be offered next, send an email to Research Computing.
On April 4, 2017 @ 6:00AM, the Redhat directory servers (a.k.a. DND LDAP, ldap.dartmouth.edu, ldap.dartmouth.org) are going out-of-maintenance and will be decommissioned. Before they are decommissioned, all applications/services should be updated to use the new directory servers (Oracle Unified Directory) or Active Directory as appropriate.
The new directory servers have been configured to be as similar to the old directory servers as possible/appropriate to reduce the impact as applications are migrated.
Below is information for web content creators and OmniUpdate web editors to assist them in their site's support of proper web communication standards.
Using Copyrighted Information
When displaying content on your website which is not your own, please follow copyright law. If you have questions, resources are available through the Dartmouth College Library and on the Dartmouth copyright website.
Who Needs to Register?
Anyone attempting to plug into and use the wired campus network will need to be registered in order to use the network. Computers with static IP addresses are already registered.
Who Is Allowed to Use the Wired Network?
You must be affiliated with the college (faculty, student, and staff) and be able to provide campus credentials (your NetID and password) to register.
Dartmouth has a range of tools available for collaboration, file sharing and storage – each filling a unique need within the Dartmouth community. Some allow you to collaborate in real-time without storing the document in any different location; others allow you to store the document in a location where members of a group or team can access it when they need; others are for individual use only providing file storage that is available from any computer connected to the Internet, or file recovery needs.
Most users will only notice small differences between AFS home directories and standard UNIX home directories, but there are differences some users will encounter on a daily basis. The table below highlights the major differences users are likely to notice when using AFS.