Access to Electronic Services for Faculty
Faculty Services (PDF)
A concise guide to Ramapo’s electronic services available to faculty.
Gmail FAQ includes guides for setup on mobile devices
Gmail Cheat Sheet (Interface overview)
Up and Running with Gmail Workshop Handout (PDF)
Gmail Tips and Tricks Workshop Handout (PDF)
Creating Contact Groups in Gmail (PDF)
Directions on setting up Ramapo Gmail on your devices:
G Suite (formerly called Google Apps)
G Suite for education includes Gmail, Docs, Sheets, Slides, Forms, Drawings, Drive, Sites, Calendar, Maps, Hangouts and more. These Web-based applications are excellent collaboration tools.
Google Groups for Managing Discussion
Google Docs Help (includes Docs, Sheets, Slides, Forms and Drawings)
Google Drive Help
Google Calendar Help
Google Sites Help
Google Training is also available on Linkedin Learning. Request access to Linkedin Learning through the Instructional Design Center when you are ready to begin training.
Turnitin (plagiarism reporting, instructor feedback and grading of papers, student peer review of papers)
- For Instructors – Quick-start videos and guides. Please note that by using Turnitin Assignment within Moodle, you eliminate a lot of setup that is required if you use Turnitin outside of Moodle. Please contact the Instructional Design Center for more information.
- For Students – Quick-start videos and guides.
Qualtrics Guides and Support
Online Guides and Support
Click the link above and select Qualtrics “Research Core”. If you are already logged in, you can click on “Help” then “Qualtrics Support” to search Qualtrics the user guides. Step-by-step guides are organized under “Learn by Topic” or “Search”. Scroll down to view training and webinars.
Adobe Connect Guides
Quick-start Guide for Hosts (PDF)
Quick-start Guide for Participants (PDF)
How To Make Your Own Smartboard
How to Make Your Own Smartboard (PDF)
An interactive whiteboard (or “smartboard”) is a large interactive display that connects to a computer and projector. A projector projects the computer’s desktop onto the board’s surface where users control the computer using a pen, finger, stylus, or other deviceâ€”in this case, an infrared pen. Unlike other systems, this one is mobile and can be projected onto any surface. If you want smartboard capabilities in a classroom without a smartboard, follow Prof. Michael Bitz’s workshop handout to learn how to establish your own mobile Smartboard system with your laptop and a Wii remote.