Monday, August 18, 2014

SU Technology Tips and Tricks by Devon Taylor



 
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Good Morning Everyone,


Hope that you all had a great weekend! Today I've got a reminder about the new Blackboard, a great way to view trends in your Google Sheets, and a quick Bb Collaborate User Experience survey.
If you have any questions, let me know!

There will be no scheduled drop-in's this week due to the many various training's and IM Learning distributions that we have  going on this week.
 

SU Tips and Tricks

Don't Forget, Blackboard Has Moved
Just a quick reminder that everyone should now access Blackboard at https://su.blackboard.com.(do not put a www. in front of it) If you haven't done so yet, go ahead and click the link above to go to the sign in page and change your bookmark to reflect the new web address. If you need help with bookmarks, let me know!
Do You Want to See Into the Future?
If you use Blackboard Collaborate for meetings, classes, or anything else, you'll want to take a look at this.  The Blackboard UX Team, who frequent the SU campus often, has provided us with a quick labeling survey that shows off the look and feel of a future version of Collaborate. Click the link and take a few minutes and go through the survey, and in the process see a glimpse of the technology that is coming in the future!
Add a Trendline to a Chart in Google Sheets
Trendlines are a handy feature for seeing patterns in your data. With an update that rolled out last week, we now have the ability to add trendlines to charts in Google Sheets. Check out the link to see how you can start viewing trends in your data by adding trendlines to your charts in Google Sheets.

2 comments:

  1. Good selection, good Technology Tips and Tricks! ty Devon Taylor!

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