Weekly Web Harvest for 2024-05-19

KCS v6 – Consortium for Service InnovationA framework for support documentation Coding my Handwriting — Amy Goodchild University Suspends Students for AI Homework Tool It Gave Them $10,000 Prize to MakeThe school “figured out that the Eightball program accesses the Canvas data through the Canvas user generated token, which is essentially users’ Emory credentials that […]

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Weekly Web Harvest for 2024-05-12

Canvas LMS “Unpublish All” Hack | Dave EargleCanvas foils both goals, as of publication date of this post. (1) There is no built-in way to unpublish all assignments. (2) When a module is published, all items within it are auto-published. But when a module is unpublished, items within it remain published. :facepalm: h/t ohheybrian.com Model […]

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Known Problems with Our Academic Software Purchasing Process

That’s K.P.O.A.S.P.P. for those of you playing along at home. Anyway, here’s how I ended up writing up our issues with academic software purchasing. I think it’s got to be hitting other places as well. More stuff, more complexity, more concerns, and less people and funds can’t be unique to our organization. Even without financial […]

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Canvas and bulk unpublishing files in a module

Problem Bulk publish/unpublish in Canvas modules does not work on files. The UI does not make that apparent at all. Semi-solution Support should have told me that I can go to files and do bulk publish/unpublish there. Those actions impact the files displayed in modules. It’s not a perfect response but it’s better than nothing. […]

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Weekly Web Harvest for 2024-05-05

We Need To Rewild The InternetThe first magnificent bounty had not been the beginning of endless riches, but a one-off harvesting of millennia of soil wealth built up by biodiversity and symbiosis. Complexity was the goose that laid golden eggs, and she had been slaughtered. The story of German scientific forestry transmits a timeless truth: […]

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Weekly Web Harvest for 2024-04-21

Isotope · Filter & sort magical layouts Filterizr | Create responsive galleries Hanover book nook creator’s ‘censored’ Girl Scout Gold Award“I would like to let you, the Board of Supervisors know, that you have bestowed upon me the greatest honor you could. Greater than that of any proclamation, in your censorship of my Gold Award,” […]

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