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Authoring a course that is non-linear
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In most traditional courses, students progress linearly through most of their online coursework. However, there are some instances where a student needs to jump to activities that are not linear in...
Product Feedback Guidelines
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Welcome to the Dawn Product Feedback discussion. Here, you can share your thoughts about Dawn, make suggestions, and find out what we’re planning looking forward. Please review the following guidel...
Questions & Answers Guidelines
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Use Dawn's Questions & Answers forum is to look for answers to your questions, answer other users’ questions, and post important questions that haven’t been asked. It’s a quick way to start a conve...
Batch creating observers and aligning them to students
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I sometimes get asked how to create many observers and align them to their respective students. This tip will show how you can do this in two simple CSV files. In this example, we will create two n...
How to create a custom Links/Bookmarks page
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In the new Buzz UI, the previous option of "Links" (or "Bookmarks") no longer exists. We actually have a better option to provide a list of links/bookmarks to teachers coming in the future, but wan...
Live preview of analytics when curving an assignment
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Posted by Bruce Sharp on How do I use Buzz's Curve scores feature? Something that would be of great help with the curve feature would be to show a "live" analytics graph of the assignment. Currentl...
How do I change my course thumbnail?
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[Question from Kenneth Collura] As an administrator, I have bulk imported all of our courses and assigned them to the respective teachers of our faculty. I have attempted to assign images instead o...