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Many common issues encountered when working online can be resolved by clearing the cache.
TWU email on an iPhone
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There are several support options available to ask your instructor a question, search for answers online, use the Guide to Online Learning to get started using Canvas, and contacting the Technology Service Desk for technical support. Review Canvas Computer Specifications and Supported Browsers.
Directions to install SPSS on a Mac.
Texas Woman’s University faculty, staff, and students can create accounts on LinkedIn Learning. LinkedIn Learning is a video tutorial service offering thousands of step-by-step videos on software, business, education skills and so much more. LinkedIn Learning can be accessed from a computer or mobile device.
All Texas Woman's University alumni are eligible for TWU Alumni Mail, a free "email for life" address that showcases their alumni status. TWU Alumni Mail is web-based, mobile-friendly and powered by Google.
Zoom is an online service your instructor can use for live meetings, presentations, and training that supports real-time sharing of computer screens, individual applications or web-based content among two or more computers or mobile devices.
Respondus LockDown Browser is a software application that must be installed on the workstation or laptop before attempting to complete an online Canvas assessment. The application serves as a virtual proctor by preventing printing, capturing the screen to copy assessment questions, disabling messaging and screen-sharing, disabling function keys, and disabling access to other applications and Internet content.
Getting started information for students using Canvas.
Turnitin is an electronic text matching system that compares text in a student assignment against a database of sources. Turnitin is frequently used as a plagiarism detection application. Best practices from instructors suggest that Turnitin OriginalityCheck can be used as a teaching tool to address citation and academic honesty.
An academic ePortfolio is a digital collection created by a student of their course-related work, like essays, posters, photographs, videos, and research papers.
Web conferencing is real-time video conferencing software that allows you to see, hear and virtually interact with people using a computer, tablet, or mobile device. Google Meet allows students to get together virtually whenever and wherever.