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  • SOLE Update | May 8, 2018

    We are excited to announce the launch of our annual SOLE update!

  • SOLE Summer 2018 Training Announcement

    Application & Web Support Services is pleased to announce our Summer training event for the SOLE Certificate Courses.

  • SOLE Hands-on Help Sessions

    Application & Web Support Services is pleased to announce our Spring SOLE Hands-on Help Sessions to provide training for Course and Site Administrators in the Health Sciences Learning Center.

  • SOLE Spotlight | Course Calendar | March 2018

    Instructors can apply Calendar Settings to course content items (lecture files, exams, assignments, etc.) in order for them to appear on the Course Calendar. Calendar Settings can be set from within the General tab when adding or editing a content.

  • SOLE Spotlight | Shared Notes | February 2018

    This month’s SOLE Spotlight reviews the Shared Notes exam feature. Shared Notes, which is located in an exam's Advanced Settings tab, allows students to share notes on specific exam questions with the instructor. All notes are submitted once students have finished the exam.

  • SOLE Training Reminder

    Application & Web Support Services would like to remind you of our Spring SOLE Certificate Courses to provide training on SOLE for Course and Site Administrators. 

  • SOLE Spotlight | Grade Explanation | January 2018

    We invite you to our new, monthly edition of SOLE Spotlight. This brief email for course and site administrators will reveal new tools, quick tips, and useful features that align with semester events.

  • SOLE Training Announcement

    Application & Web Support Services is pleased to announce our Spring SOLE Certificate Courses to provide training on SOLE for Course and Site Administrators.

  • Two-factor Authentication now required for HSC users

    Due to the recent email phishing attacks, HSC will move forward with using two-factor authentication this month. This will be a mandatory requirement effective January 24th. Two-factor authentication is a second layer of security besides your password. It requires you to confirm your identity with two things – something you know and something you have. Two-factor authentication will also help WVU comply with new regulatory standards and reduce the risk of data breaches. More than 60 percent of confirmed data breaches today involve weak or stolen passwords. As you can imagine, a large security breach of personal data could result in big costs to the University.

  • Lynx Update

    On the morning of Thursday, January 4, 2018 from 10:00 a.m. through 12:00 p.m. (noon), the Lynx alert system will be unavailable for maintenance and upgrades.