Month: September 2017

Doing some research? Brush up on your Copyright knowledge!

Posted by on September 29, 2017

Public domain, fair use, academic exemption, DMCA, the TEACH act—there’s a lot to know about copyright law in the United States! As you begin putting your research together into a formal paper, it’s good to refresh yourself on this body of copyright law. Roger Weaver,  the Scholarly Communications Librarian at Missouri S&T, has prepared a fantastic […]

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Time to start your thesis? Time to sign up for iThenticate!

Posted by on September 25, 2017

The semester is almost halfway over, and if you’re a graduate student writing a thesis or dissertation, it’s time for you to sign up to iThenticate. iThenticate is a web-based service that analyzes your writing for similarity to other published sources. iThenticate can help you check the accuracy of your citations and quotations, avoid unintentional […]

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Friendly Reminder: Don’t Run Script Blockers When Using Canvas!

Posted by on September 15, 2017

Canvas relies on your browser being able to run bits of Javascript for several important tasks such as logging in, viewing your course, uploading files and assignments, and other forms of participation. If you’re using a browser plugin that disables Javascript, EdTech recommends disabling that plugin before initiating a Canvas session. If you have questions […]

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Canvas Stats Digest: First Three Weeks (Aug 21—Sep 11)

Posted by on September 11, 2017

USERS – Now that we have a few weeks behind us, we can look back at what the data show us about student Canvas use, and we can begin to see some patterns emerge. For example, on what days do students log in the most?  The answer to that is not surprising–Saturdays are consistently the […]

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