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Evaluating Online Sources: The SIFT Method

The SIFT Method, created by Mike Caulfield, is a way to determine if resources are credible. There is so much information available to us at our fingertips, especially with social media and websites.…

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HCC Library Webinar - Quick Tour

Join HCC Librarian Jenn Stidham for a Quick Tour of online library resources available from anywhere!

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Art Appreciation Test 3 Review

Test 3 review

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Downloading a file from Thingiverse

How to download a 3d Model from Thingiverse.com

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Liberalism and Conservatism, September 2020

Neal Tannahill, GOVT 2305

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Try It 8.2

Creating a Canvas quiz, editing the syllabus quiz, and using student view to complete Try It 8.2

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Low-Tech Alternatives to Exam Security Software (Trailer)

Low-Tech Alternatives to Exam Security Software (Trailer). This is a shortened version of the longer recorded version.

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Action Item 1: Setting Up Percentages

How to set up assignment groups with percentages.

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Action Item 5: Moving Assignments into a Group

How to move assignments into a group to calculate grades correctly in Canvas.

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Welcome Back Video - Economics

Welcome Back Video - Economics

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Selective Attention Test

Selective attention test.

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Respondus 4.0 and the Test Bank Network

Learn how to use Respondus 4.0 and publisher test banks. There is no faster way to create exams and publish them to an online course!

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Studying Economics and the Job Market

Studying economics and the job market.

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Voting Rights: Professor Tannahill's Lecture of October 12, 2017

Voting Rights

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Graph 2x + 4y >= -8

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Jim has gotten scores of 67 and 95 on his first two test. What score must he get on his third test to keep an average of 85 or greater?

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