Sault Ste. Marie Campus:
Hours of operation:
Monday to Thursday 8 am. to 7:30 p.m.
Fridays 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
For IT issues, you can submit an IT Ticket here:
We are also answering any calls that are directed to the service desk at (888) 902-7866 during our normal hours of operation. Visit this URL for more information about our services:
IT Services SSM Campus
In conjunction with the Elearning Department, we have pooled Learning Management System Resources to a shared team drive. Visit this URL to view the resources available:
Learning Management System (LMS) Resources
You will find documentation and videos on the following:
1) Quiz setup
2) Gradebook setup
3) How to annotate pdfs in LMS for feedback
4) How to record Google Meet videos and upload them to the LMS
5) Google Meet Documentation for Scheduled Meetings
6) Information about IT Services
We will keep adding resources to this team site and if you have any suggestions of any resources that you would like to see, please pass it on by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Using Google Forms
(From Myles McLellan, Algomau)
I prepared a couple of brief YouTube videos for faculty teaching commercial law in Brampton on how to create an online exam using Google Forms.
I have found this platform straightforward and easy to use. It has been suggested that perhaps other faculty throughout the university
might like to use these videos to assist in preparation of online exams to take place next month.
Here they are:
Here is a link to a short instructional video on the utility of Zoom. https://youtu.be/FnFSBjFvK2o
Anthony Pagnotta has prepared a terrific video on how to use tools we already have embedded on CMS for lectures and quizzes.
Here it is: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1P7En9wb-FMtWtqJTzlMR76_Ve0aJ2rbU/view
Students also love a platform called "Discord" which seems to offer the same audio and video capabilities as Zoom or Skype, but geared to them, given all the humorous touches associated with the platform, jokes, folkloric video game references, etc. The students relate very well to this platform, and when I checked it out, it did fulfill the class video teaching needs quite well.
(From Ed Turgeon)
On Thu, Mar 26, 2020 at 1:45 PM Miguel Garcia <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
just adding my 2 cents, I'm using Google Hangouts in my video conferences with my students. It is working well. I have tried it with up to 20 students at the same time without any problem and running it for more than one hour in each session. In Hangouts you can share either your computer screen or just one window (it can be your Powerpoint presentation). Of course you also use a webcam and your microphone there. The same for all the students who participate in it. It has nice features such as real-time subtitles generation (!) about what you are saying, a chat window to chat with the students live, and you can also record your video there. Hangouts works straightforward. You don't need to configure or install anything.
I am also using this free program for recording my video conferences: https://linuxecke.volkoh.de/vokoscreen/vokoscreen.html
In Vokoscreen you should set up this video codec for compressing the video without losing a lot of quality: libx264. Also, select mp4 for the video format.
I just upload my video file to the CMS once I finish each video conference so students can watch it later.