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If you use the Google Chrome Browser and have hardware acceleration enabled in your browser settings, you may experience a known issue where the minus sign might not display for equation-type questions (math, physics, chemistry, etc). If your quiz, test, or exam could include equations, please turn off hardware acceleration in Chrome before starting your exam. Directions to turn off Hardware …

Attention Google Chrome Browser Users, If you have hardware acceleration enabled in your browser settings, you may experience a known issue where the minus sign might not display for equation-type questions (math, physics, chemistry, etc). If your quiz, test, or exam could include equations, please turn off hardware acceleration in Chrome before starting your exam. Directions to turn off …

The 2021 COVID-19 Spring Training Module is now open in Webcourses@UCF and must be completed in order to be removed from your myUCF To Do list. Note that this Spring Training Module is a different course from the one available in the Fall 2020 semester. Please complete the Spring 2021 Training Module as your acknowledgement of UCF’s …

Dear Students, UCF and the Center for Distributed Learning are here for you. Please see the following list of resources to help you Keep Learning while classes are delivered online through remote instruction.  Webcourses@UCF Visit the Keep Learning webpage to stay informed about the latest resources and information related to COVID-19.  Web browser requirements and settings for Webcourses@UCF  Proctored Exams   How to Access Zoom Webcourses@UCF …

If your exam could include equations, we have found an issue where the minus sign might not display in the Chrome Browser if you have hardware acceleration enabled in your browser settings. The workaround is to turn off hardware acceleration in Chrome before starting your exam. Directions to turn off Hardware Acceleration in the Chrome …

If you are looking for a final exam review session in subject areas such as business, physics, biology, computer science, engineering, or chemistry, participate in Study Union!  Study Union is a program hosted by SARC to provide streamed and recorded exam reviews for students during finals week. You will be able to access the livestream and recordings …

Honorlock has identified an issue with its Chrome browser extension that occasionally triggers Honorlock for a non-Honorlock exam. To prevent this issue, please delete your current Honorlock extension in Chrome and install the updated extension before your next exam. To remove the Honorlock browser extension in Chrome: Mac: https://support.google.com/chrome_webstore/answer/2664769?hl=en  Windows: https://support.google.com/chrome_webstore/answer/2664769?hl=en Chromebook: https://support.google.com/chromebook/answer/2589434?hl=en Just a reminder that Chrome …

The Student Perception of Instruction (SPI) is a confidential and anonymous evaluation of course instruction which allows you to give feedback about your Fall 2020 courses and instructors. Each course’s online questionnaire includes ONLY 11 questions (9 multiple choice and 2 open comment questions) that will not be shared with your teachers or their departments …

The option to display a personal pronoun after your name in various areas within Webcourses@UCF has been enabled.  Your preferred pronoun will appear in areas like Discussions, the Inbox, the course or group People page, and your User Profile page.  To select a personal pronoun option:  Log into Webcourses@UCF.  Select “Account” icon from the left frame.  Click on the word “Settings”.  Choose the “Edit Settings” option (normally …