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This SOLE Spotlight focuses on preparing your courses for the upcoming semester. There are two options to prepare a course, you can request a new copy of your previous course (recommended!) or you may archive, clean up and re-use your existing course.
The LockDown Brower is an Advanced Setting option within SOLE Exams. It can be used to prevent students from printing, copying text, visiting another URL, or accessing other applications while taking the exam.
The HSC Indoor Map provides an online indoor map of the Health Sciences Center building in Morgantown. This includes the Basement & Ground levels and the first through eighth floors. Classrooms, Stairs, Elevators and Panic Buttons are designated by color. Use the drop down menu to select the appropriate floor and the plus and minus sign buttons to zoom in and out of the map.
DO NOT UPGRADE TO THE LATEST OS FROM APPLE! (macOS Catalina)
As an administrator in SOLE you can change views to emulate other roles available in your course or site. This can be helpful in verifying content availability restrictions and access controls in addition to previewing as a user.
Did you know Site Administrators within SOLE have the flexibility to assign specific permissions to users by creating additional roles? The Custom Roles tool can be used to create roles based on one of four template roles or entirely from selected permissions.
Application & Web Support Services is pleased to announce our Fall SOLE Certificate Courses to provide training for Course and Site Administrators in the Health Sciences Learning Center.
Please be advised that fraudulent emails are being circulated through the MIX email system. The email scam appears to have been sent from a WVU faculty (in this case from a Gmail account) to students asking the students to purchase gift cards, scratch off to reveal code and send a picture back to the sender. Please delete and do NOT respond to these types of messages. If you have any questions, please contact the HSC Help Desk at email@example.com .
On Saturday, August 10, Panopto will be making a number of updates to the Panopto cloud infrastructure to increase performance and scalability. These updates will require downtime. They expect up to 3 hours of downtime, starting at 9:00 pm EDT/6:00 pm PDT. During this time, you will be unable to access recordings on your server, and any attempts to upload from recording clients will result in a "Server unable to connect" message.
Do you know the difference between a Page and a File in SOLE? They are alternative approaches used to create content objects for users.