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Completing and Submitting Scantron Exam Scanning Sheets

The Scantron Exam Scanning Service is available to all UConn instructors. This article covers: Students: Completing Student Answer Sheet Instructors: Completing Key Sheets Instructors: Submitting the exams to be scanned Students: Completing Student Answer Sheet 1. In the NAME Area, enter the student’s name.   2. In the IDENTIFICATION Number Area, enter the student’s 9-digit PeopleSoft number […]

Taking A Screenshot

This article provides instructions for taking a screenshot on common devices. Mac Screenshot of your entire screen Press Shift-Command (⌘)-3. Find the screenshot as a .png file on your desktop. Screenshot of a selected portion of your screen Press Shift-Command-4. The pointer changes to a cross-hair. Move the cross-hair to where you want to start […]

Networking Applications

UConn offers many ways to access the university network and resources while off-campus. Each of them can benefit a particular function and have different methods of access. Skybox  User Guides Online and desktop client access Virtual desktop UCONN-SECURE EFS Drives University software AnyWare User Guides Citrix Receiver download needed, but web-based access Online access available EFS […]

Using EZProxy

Library database access is granted by your UConn IP address and is easily accessible on UConn’s campus. Any other location will need to use EZProxy to log in successfully. To use EZProxy, users must paste the following text in front of the URL they are trying to access: http://ezproxy.lib.uconn.edu/login?url= Log in with a NetID and NetID […]

Mapping a Network Drive on Linux

You must be on the UCONN Network, if you are not you will have to connect to the UCONN Network using the University’s VPN Client.  Graphical Option (Ubuntu Desktop):  Open the Nautilus graphical file browser through the Applications menu, or from a terminal window type: nautilus –browser, then press Enter.  Click the Go menu, then click Enter Location… In the Path […]

Mapping a Personal (P:) Drive on Linux

You must be on the UCONN Network, if you are not you will have to connect to the UCONN Network using the University’s VPN Client.  Graphical Option (Ubuntu Desktop): Open the Nautilus graphical file browser through the Applications menu, or from a terminal window type: nautilus –browser then press Enter.  Click the Go menu, then Enter Location… In the Path field, type smb://files.uconn.edu/Home and press Enter.  In the […]