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Introducing Respondus 4.0!

October Learning Opportunities – Respondus 4.0

NDSU recently announced the new campus-wide license for Respondus 4.0 available at no cost to all NDSU faculty and staff.

Respondus is a powerful tool instructors can use to quickly publish online tests and quizzes created in Word or plain text documents to Blackboard courses, or to print or save exams from Blackboard to paper or Word/PDF files. We’ve scheduled a brief informational Q & A session and two one-hour “hands-on” workshops designed to help you get started using Respondus.

Introducing Respondus 4.0 Campus-Wide for Instructors (Overview and Q & A Session)
Wednesday, October 3, 2018
12:30 – 1:15 PM
Hidatsa, Memorial Union
No registration required!

Create and Manage Online Exams with Respondus 4.0 (Hands-On Workshops)
Section 1
– Wednesday, October 10, 2018
11:00 AM – 12:00 Noon
150D Quentin Burdick Building

Section 2 – Thursday, October 11, 2018
2:00 – 3:00 PM
150D Quentin Burdick Building

View the schedule, workshop descriptions, and/or register for the worshops(s) you want. If a workshop is currently filled, please register on the wait list - you'll be contacted immediately via email if space becomes available later. Pre-registration is required!

All workshops are free and are open to all NDSU faculty and staff. Workshops are held in the IT Training Room in 150D Quentin Burdick Building.

Contact  for more information.

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Registration Information
  • When you register for a session it's automatically added to your Outlook calendar when you accept it via the email confirmation
  • If you register on the Wait List for a session that's currently full, you'll be notified immediately via email if space becomes available later
  • You'll be able to check which upcoming sessions you've registered for from one convenient location
  • You'll be notified immediately via email if we cancel the session. The entry will be removed from your Outlook calendar automatically when you respond to the email

Registration instructions are available on the page that appears when you click the "Register for Classes" link.

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Multimedia Classroom Orientation

If you teach in one of NDSU's multimedia classrooms, a member of the Classroom Technology team can meet you in your classroom to acquaint you with the technology, check the compatibility of any personal devices you’ll use to teach, and answer your questions.

To request a one-on-one orientation session or if you have any questions contact Classroom Technology.

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