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Step-by-step instructions show how to join the UND secure wireless network.
Your NDUS account is your passport to all the UND systems. These credentials give you access to your UND email, Blackboard, Campus Connection, and almost all the other systems used by the university.
This works to reveal additional screen resolution choices for any display connected to a modern Mac, it also applies to all modern versions of OS X.
Provides instructions for making Zoom recordings available to users that are not logged into their Zoom accounts.
These are the steps to install, login, and troubleshoot Cisco AnyConnect VPN.
This guide explains how to set up a YuJa Proctoring session, with step-by-step instructions for recording your exam.
PDF exams are primarily used in Math and Engineering courses. Please verify with your instructor to find out if your course will use proctored exams in PDF format. Students need to have the following equipment in order to take an online exam in PDF Format through Proctor U. Students must have this equipment ready and tested prior to taking the exam.
A complete guide to getting all your accounts and tech ready for your first semester at UND.
Steps to forward all UND emails to a different email address.
How to download and install the YuJa app for Mac, PC, and mobile devices.
This article contains information for students on using the Respondus LockDown browser. Respondus LockDown Browser is a custom web browser that locks down the testing environment within Blackboard; test-takers are unable to print, copy, go to another URL, or access other applications. When an assessment is started, students are locked into it until they submit for grading. It is compatible with Mac and Windows.
What kind of computer should I buy for school? What are the minimum operating system guidelines? Does UND offer any computer discounts? Are there computer peripheral recommendations? What are the Internet connection quidelines? Are there software recommendations? Popular Programs/Majors with specific requirements.
SMARTHINKING’s online tutoring service is available to University of North Dakota students for UND courses only. There is no charge to UND students for the SMARTHINKING online tutoring service.
The YuJa Enterprise Video Platform is an all-in-one video experience to securely create, manage, discover, collaborate, and live stream video content across any device, at any time. This article contains instructions and resources for students to get started using YuJa.
Steps for signing into ProctorU using your NDUS account username and password.
Downloading Media in YuJa
ProctorU is a live, online proctoring service available 24/7 that allows students to take exams from anywhere using a webcam and Internet connection. Live proctors who monitor exams by observing the student (via webcam) and his/her computer screen in real time.
When you send email from your course, the recipients receive it in their external email accounts, such as BobSmith@yahoo.com. Replies go to your email account, not to the course. You may want to set up a filter or message rule to easily group your course email into a single folder in your personal inbox.
How to use Respondus LockDown Browser and YuJa Proctoring simultaneously to administer or take a Blackboard exam. Use of both tools concurrently helps to ensure the integrity of the exam.
Restore lost or missing OneNote pages to your Notebook in Windows 10.
Step-by-step instructions to move your files and folders from Dropbox to your computer and then to OneDrive.
Clearing your browser's cache or saved website data can help trouble-shoot a number of problems.
Zoom is a cloud-based videoconferencing and collaboration platform. With Zoom you have the flexibility to create virtual classrooms and invite students to join from their desktop computers, laptops, tablets, and smartphones. Students can also share content from their devices such as PowerPoint presentations, and YouTube videos.  Zoom is available to all faculty, staff, and students for academic purposes.
This guest wireless network is intended for campus visitors that do not have an NDUS account and need wireless access for a limited amount of time. You must register for guest access before logging in. Guests are required to authentication every day.
To view detailed usage statistics on selected content items for all enrolled users, use Statistics Tracking.