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This month's SOLE Spotlight will take a brief look into Exam Availability Settings, which can be edited from within the Availability tab when creating or editing an Exam. Using a combination of the Due date, Expiration date, Time limit, and/or a Password helps bolster exam security.
We are excited to announce the launch of our December SOLE update. The largest impact of the update is a transition in lecture capture solutions at the Health Sciences Center.
Starting Wednesday, October 10, 2018, SOLE users in macOS will be required to install the latest version of the SOLE LockDown Browser before the start of their next secure exam.
With the SOLE Exams tool, instructors can not only create exams within an interactive student exam environment, but can also manage and organize a detailed Question Bank. Within the Question Bank, instructors can add, delete or manage questions which are then available to be added to any exam.
ITS suggests Apple computer users delay Mojave OS upgrade until compatibility is ensured.
As you prepare to add students to your SOLE course(s), please be aware that there are two different ways to accomplish this task from within the Control Panel:
Application & Web Support Services is pleased to announce our redesigned Fall SOLE Certificate Courses to provide training for Course and Site Administrators. Based on survey feedback, SOLE has reconditioned its Certificate Courses. The SOLE 300 will now focus on Assignments, Submissions Options, Gradebook Linking, Detailed Grader, and Rubrics. We have added a fourth new course to the series, SOLE 400, to provide a broader explanations on Grading Systems, Grading Policy Options, Grouped Gradebooks, and Finalizing Scores.
Summer is often a great time to organize your course(s) or site(s) and there are multiple ways to move content (e.g., folders, files, pages, assignments, exams, etc.) around in SOLE.
Application & Web Support Services is pleased to announce our Summer SOLE Hands-on Help Sessions to provide training for Course and Site Administrators in the Health Sciences Learning Center.
All students on all WVU campuses will be required to use two-factor authentication for access to many systems, including SOLE, by Aug. 31, 2018. You can get ahead of the curve by enrolling now. Click the MyLogin button at login.wvu.edu to get started.