Recommended Minimum Technology Skills

Use the basic activities and resources of our LMS (Moodle). Word processing. Format a standard syllabus, paper, or report with heading styles, a table of contents, footnotes, and headings and footings.  Be able to suggest and resolve edits. Copy and paste text between applications (i.e. web browser to an email). Copy and paste a link from […]

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Capstone Project QuickStart and Editing

Human Help Contact cclark@gradschool.marlboro.edu | 802-258-9207. Capstones and education portfolios are documented and delivered via a Google Site.  A site will be created for you at the beginning of your studies and sent to you via an email with a link. This site will be shared with the Registrar, your Chair and advisors or teachers as needed. Purpose of […]

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Checklist Moodle Plug-In

  The Moodle’s “Checklist” plugin can saves time by allowing the easy checkoff of tasks, and viewing or progress, by both students and faculty. When a checklist is complete an automatic email can be sent to faculty. Quick Start Turn editing on and add An Activity or Resource, and select “Checklist” In the course, click “Edit […]

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MATSJ Spark Specific Information

Spark documents in Marlboro’s Moodle are here: https://gc-courses.marlboro.edu/course/view.php?id=374 You will be asked to log in with your Marlboro username and password. This is the same for Marlboro’s Google, Moodle, Library and Records. If you ever lose this link, just remember to go to Marlboro’s public Web page (www.marlboro.edu) and in the very top of the page […]

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Upload video to your Marlboro YouTube account

Every student, faculty and staff member with a Marlboro email address has a YouTube account via Google. You can use it to upload private, and public, videos for assignments and other schoolwork. Here’s how to use your account. 1. Log into your Marlboro Google account as usual and go to Gmail. 2. Find YouTube in the nine […]

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Moodle mobile app install and usage

Moodle.org makes a good App for using Moodle on Mac and Android mobile devices. To use: Download and install the Moodle App here Once you have the Moodle App loaded, go to this link and sign in with your regular Moodle login. https://gc-courses.marlboro.edu

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Find free public domain images for your class

Pixabay. Quick images that are Public Domain with no citation needed, mostly contemporary. Getty Open Images. Historically focused deep database. Flickr Commons. Use the small “Search” box in the middle right. Library of Congress. They don’t control copyright on a lot of image, but there are a lot of public domain ones. Public Domain Review. […]

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Convert Google Site to PDF

How To Use Acrobat Pro to make a single PDF from a Google Site Examples Example Capstone Site by MAT-T 2016 student Heidi Doyle Example PDF from Site  This test site had a lot of large images as attachments to the “Implementing” page where there’s a File Cabinate for documentation. It took about 20 minutes to make. […]

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