How to Modify Device Settings to Improve Accessibility

Here are some suggestions provided by Student Accessibility Services on how to modify the settings on your device to improve accessibility. Note: The applications listed below are not supported by the university’s IT Support Centre or the Taylor Institute for Teaching and Learning. If you need further assistance, please contact the vendors directly. Android General […]

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D2L ePortfolio: build, view, share and modify learning artifacts

Demonstrate life-long learning and capture your personal and academic achievements with the D2L ePortfolio. The D2L ePortfolio document will walk you through a series of screenshots that will help you to build an ePortfolio in D2L, where you can begin to reflect on your learning journey over time. This D2L video describes how students can […]

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UCalgaryBlogs Basics

Documentation is available on the UCalgaryBlogs.ca support site. You might also want to check out the great list of 10 ideas for using WordPress (the software that runs ucalgaryblogs.ca) The Dashboard Posts Pages The Visual Editor Working With Images Appearance & Themes Organizing Content Managing Comments Ways to use ucalgaryblogs.ca If you’re looking for something specific that […]

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Adobe Connect Meeting – Student

Student (Participant) Resources How to Join an Adobe Connect Session in D2L How to Use Adobe Connect (External link) Adobe Connect System Requirements Please visit Adobe’s website for Adobe Connect system requirements by clicking here. Connection and Audio Troubleshooting Guide Please use the following two resources to help troubleshoot connection and audio issues you may […]

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Adobe Presenter – Student

Adobe Presenter presentations use the common flash player, or .swf file format. Therefore, the presentation can be viewed using an internet browser. Flash Plugin To view a presentation, you will need to have Adobe Flash player installed. If your internet browser does not display the presentation or play the audio properly, download the Flash plugin, or try a different […]

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Top Hat – Students

Top Hat enables you to participate in real time during classroom activities. Top Hat is now free of charge and you can use your own smartphone, tablet, laptop or even SMS-based cell phones. Plus, you can submit answers via text message or over WiFi. Since it is a web-based platform, activities can be completed during […]

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