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I would like to suggest that UT obtain a campus license for Overleaf. Many of our COSC majors are now using it in senior design for collaborative writing and our Dept will be using their tools to help create assessment documents for ABET and SACS accreditation. I met with reps at the MathFest Conference in Denver this summer and it seems many prominent schools are now using it for technical (scientific) and educational document creation and collaboration needs. It is an awesome tool that students across many colleges will want to use (especially if they want to learn LaTeX in a collaborative way). (Submitted 1336 days 12 hours ago) I like it!
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I would like the University to have access to Gradescope. It's a very flexible electronic grading system. Universities that have an account have shown it makes grading much more efficient and less burdensome for professors and TAs. (Submitted 1007 days 21 hours ago) I like it!
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I would like to suggest Qwickly Attendance for use in Canvas. This is much better than the current tool: https://www.goqwickly.com/attendance/ (Submitted 242 days 14 hours ago) I like it!
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It would be great to have a forum for discussion of using different teaching technology and techniques in the classroom, where people from different disciplines could connect. Ideally, it'd be on something like Slack or Teams where you can have different channels on different themes, and where you can browse without having to officially be a part of a given team. (Submitted 271 days 15 hours ago) I like it!
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