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  • Gerald Cecil
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    Good point re FERPA. I guess I’ll plod through google 32 words at a time …

    Gerald Cecil
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    It seems that the Provost and some faculty elected not to endorse a site license to UNC of plagiarism software because only uninformed freshmen would possibly plagiarize and papers become part of the commercial product’s database, which is evil. NCSU currently uses turnitin and Duke uses ithenticate. I used grammarly a few years ago and found it useful. However, it is no longer free. Google only limits one to 32 words in a search. Must I send name-free papers to my NCSU prof. neighbor? What do people use here?

    in reply to: Zoom Help #963
    Gerald Cecil
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    @Handa I am finding that a monitor plugged into my laptop resolves issues like this. If you have a flat-screen TV at home you should be able to connect. Put the student icons on the TV screen and whiteboard on your laptop especially if your laptop has touch enabled.

    in reply to: Zoom Help #895
    Gerald Cecil
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    Nevermind, I did this manually.

    in reply to: Zoom Help #885
    Gerald Cecil
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    Hi, I want to setup a recurring meeting for each course. Zoom documentation refers to an outlook add-on ideally installed by the office365 admin account. But I don’t see evidence that this has been done for UNC’s site installation, no add-in appears to me. So, starting from a roster on e.g. sakai, how to I setup a recurring class’ zoom sessions?

    in reply to: Miscellaneous Questions #790
    Gerald Cecil
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    I have a large Wacom tablet attached to Windows laptop used with pressure sensitive stylus. Can anyone recommend a good whiteboard app to simulate board writing? Most of my content is PowerPoint but I like to break out to board occasionally. Adobe illustrator is too cumbersome. Thanks

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