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MiddCreate

MiddCreate is a space on the web where students, faculty, and staff can explore and connect their learning, experiment with digital tools for teaching and learning, and create a digital identity that is owned and managed by them, to take with them when they leave Middlebury ... What is MiddCreate? MiddCreate provides space on the web where students, faculty, and staff can: experiment with digital tools for teaching and learning explore and connect their learning

MiddCreate

MiddCreate is a space on the web where students, faculty, and staff can explore and connect their learning, experiment with digital tools for teaching and learning, and create a digital identity that is owned and managed by them, to take with them when they leave Middlebury. ... What is MiddCreate? If what you want is a WordPress site that is tied to Middlebury's single-sign-on infrastructure, you may be better served by sites.middlebury/sites.miis. If you need non

Reset the SFTP password in MiddCreate

How to reset your SFTP password on MiddCreate. ... middcreate ... You need your MiddCreate SFTP password to use SFTP clients or the terminal to manipulate files on your server. It is a different password than your Middlebury SSO password. To reset the SFTP

MiddMedia [Decommissioned]

What is this Service? MiddMedia was an audio/video storage and streaming service hosted by Middlebury. It was developed and supported by ITS with the goal of providing high quality video streaming

Omeka (omeka.middlebury.edu) [sunsetting]

as paid plans. - Omeka is one of the tools that can be installed self-service in MiddCreate. Please note that MiddCreate is self-managed hosting provided through a vendor (Reclaim Hosting) and ITS

Using Omeka

can be installed self-service in MiddCreate. Please note that MiddCreate is self-managed hosting provided through a vendor (Reclaim Hosting) and ITS does not provide assistance with it. If you have

How to Create a Request for Support (Ticket) using the Client Portal

Middlebury's Client Portal includes a Knowledge Base containing a growing number of “how to” articles, as well as a Service Catalog with information about the many products and services ITS offers

Life After Middlebury

: Adobe Creative Cloud Canvas Department shared drives and cloud storage LinkedIn Learning video-based online instruction Microsoft Office desktop apps Middcreate websites Oracle

Course Hub

What is this Service? The Course Hub provides access to online resources for courses. Instructors can provision new resources with a few clicks and students get links to all the resources

Papercut Embedded Scanning with OCR

Scanning with Optical Character Recognition enabled allows any scanned documents to be text searchable. This technology makes documents more functional and accessible. Short Description Log

Recommendations for Workshop Development

This article contains general recommendations for developing, delivering, and evaluating workshops. Workshop Development Consider partnering with an experienced trainer.   Determine the

Get Started with Printing

This article will help you find the most common printing-related instructions and information.  Return here easily using http://go/printhelp/. Which Best Describes Your Printing Need

Resources Requiring VPN for Off-campus Access

[Return easily via http://go.middlebury.edu/needvpn.] If you plan to work with any of the following resources from off campus, you must first establish a VPN connection.  Note:  VPN access must be

Sharing a Panopto Folder Between Courses and Instructors

When multiple course sections from multiple instructors need access to the same Panopto folder, first create a "Panopto Resource" for one section using Course Hub. If it already exists, skip to step 1

Work with Network Printers - Mac OS X

These instructions explain how to connect to a printer, set a default printer, and remove printers that are no longer used, on computers running Mac OS X. To use a networked departmental printer