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The Provost’s office has published its report on campus IT reorganization, and have opened a comment period through September 30. CASIT employees and services will be transferred to Central IS or to UO Libraries. CAS faculty, staff and GTFs with questions about the reorganization are asked to contact Hal Sadofsky, Associate Dean, Natural Sciences.Link to report Link to comment form
This post is assist Mac users through the process of printing Adobe PDFs to their department’s CTX-issued fleet printer. Adobe will typically have their own print dialog box and using it will not send to the printer.
Follow these steps to ensure that your print job gets printed:
Click on the Print icon or select File > Print (or Command-P) to start
This article is designed to guide users of Word 2016 through the process of creating accessible documents. This methodology will assist people with visual and auditory disabilities.
Bonus: This is a recommended method for creating accessible syllabi as well. Once the Word document is deemed accessible by the list below or by Word’s Accessibility Checker, the PDF version will also be accessible.
Create your document in Word. When you are finished let’s check the following elements to ensure that they are accessible:
Characteristics of an accessible document
Text and Styles
The Canvas LMS now has a plagiarism detection tool: Vericite–a cloud-based technology that identifies plagiarized and improperly cited text. This service works as an external tool integrated within Canvas and will allow instructors instant access to scanned submissions and will also check papers and essays against the ever-growing online repository of materials with campus-wide databases of materials.
The specific details of how it works within the UO Canvas instance can be found here.