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There is a known issue with downloading and accessing files from Blackboard using the Microsoft Edge Browser, specifically Microsoft Office documents. This article provides information about this issue and a workaround solution.
Apporto is used to access software available to the Saint Peter’s community from your web browser. This article describes how to access and use individual virtualized software applications via Apporto. For a better experience, you may wish to choose the Apporto Desktop, which will allow you to run one or more Apporto applications within a simulated PC interface.
This article demonstrates the steps to close one GL fiscal year and (at a later time) open the next fiscal year
The McGraw-Hill Connect Building Block was discontinued as of December 30, 2021. In December 2021, a new connection was set up with McGraw-Hill to replace this using an LTIA tool. Following January 1, 2022, faculty who use McGraw-Hill Connect in their courses will access it from a different area of their blackboard course than they used to. This article includes step by step instructions on how to set up the new connection and how to contact McGraw-Hill.
Google Drive is a place where you can store, retrieve, organize, and share files. It’s in the cloud, so it can be accessed anywhere and anytime, from any computer or mobile device, by using your Saint Peter’s email address and password to log in. This training will cover the basics of Drive - how to access it, how to upload files, how to download files, how to create folders and organize files, and how to share files with others.
These Procedures will unlock users when they request a ticket to unlock there record.
Rules are a component of the Colleague ERP application which are used to apply the appropriate business logic to many Colleague processes including registration, financial aid and billing.  This policy outlines how and by whom modifications to rules in the Colleague production environment will be handled.
This article demonstrates the steps in blending two courses for blackboard use
This article demonstrates how to set up a Group Email List in Gmail
This article demonstrates how instructors can personalize their My Course list in Blackboard
This article demonstrates the steps in confirming student term enrollment
This article demonstrates how to add an Opers record for an employee
This article describes the schedule for installing, testing and approving software updates to Colleague. This also includes the schedule for production maintenance windows related to these updates.
DocuSign is a tool that allows addition of electronic signatures (e-signatures) to multiple types of files, as well as verification dates, initials, and other fields and forms to a file. This article demonstrates and provides step-by-step instructions for uploading a document to DocuSign, applying an E-signature/Initial/Date, and sharing the signed document with others.
This article demonstrates the steps in assigning an Adjunct Payroll in Colleague
This article demonstrates the steps to access Course Evaluations On SPIRIT Online
This article details the steps each user needs to perform the first time they log into each Bloomberg computer in Dinneen G08.
Set of steps for accepting email delegation and how to access those accounts.
The Grading Schema on Blackboard is a feature that converts the numerical values of graded assignments/assessments into letters, based on a map. This also can be used to allow faculty to enter in letter grades and have them calculate a numerical value based on a designated range set up in the schema. This training will explain how to set up, configure, and apply a grading schema in a Blackboard course.
The article demonstrates the steps for instructors to create and update a Grade Schema in a course
Blackboard is the Learning Management System (LMS) for Saint Peter's University, hosting digital courses for each class taught at the University. It allows faculty to communicate with, provide course materials to, assess, and grade their students.
This article answers common technical questions received by IT Client Services at the start of each semester.