This page lists the steps for using FASprint on a web browser. For the steps to setup FASprint on your devices using the Papercut client, visit this page. Tags:
November 3, 2021
It is time to start considering a Mid Course Feedback (MCF) sessions in your class. Mid course feedback is a great way for instructors to collect informal feedback from students about how the course is going so far. The feedback is an ideal way to check in and hear what students say is going well and what […]
February 9, 2021
By Juno Kim Two-stage exams differ from traditional exams in that students are able to, upon completion of the exam individually, complete the exam in groups with their peers. As a result, students receive immediate feedback in a collaborative environment with the goal of collectively receiving the highest mark. Research has also shown better long-term […]
January 29, 2021
Here are some tips on how to check if the email or text message that you have received is actually a phishing attempt. The Dean and other directors from UBC will not send you email from a non UBC email address Emails from Workday and UBC users will not have the [CAUTION: Non-UBC Email] label […]
December 23, 2020
This page lists the steps for setting up FASprint client on your personal computer. For the steps to use FASprint webprint on the browsers, visit this page.
December 4, 2020
Zoom has a feature that allows instructors to let students self-assign themselves to a breakout room of their choice. The following documentation lists the requirements and steps to be followed by hosts and participants to ensure the self-assignment for Zoom breakout rooms: Requirements: For Hosts: Log in using desktop application. Feature is not supported for […]
November 24, 2020
After feedback from the attendees regarding the Zoom registrations and their issues to get into the meeting, we have updated the registration by making it shorter and tested it in different modes to check how the issues of recurring registration pop-ups while signing in can be eliminated: If you have registered for the meeting, you […]
October 8, 2020
Zoom has a feature that allows instructors to assign the students to pre-assigned breakout rooms. Since students may not have UBC Zoom accounts, instructors can do this using a CSV file and the email ID of their Zoom accounts. Once the students have provided those emails, instructors can login to ubc.zoom.us and upload the file to the […]
September 3, 2020
Take a look at our recommendations to look your best when interacting with others online.
July 2, 2020
Need to sign and share a PDF document but don't have a printer? Follow these instructions to sign your PDF document digitally.
May 6, 2020