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  • How do I import Schedule/Calendar entries from a file?
    Choose your file Zoom Click the Choose File button to browse for and select your file and then click Continue Note Your import file must be in a specific format For example if you selected the generic calendar import option you will see a link for a Generic Import Template that you can download to view an example of the correct import file format Preview items and import events Zoom

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  • How do I modify Schedule/Calendar permissions?
    Tool Menu in your site Remember that it may also be called Calendar Click the Permissions button Modify the permissions for the roles listed Check the box next to each permission you would like to allow for a given role Deselecting a box will remove the corresponding permission Click Save to save your changes Note You may see different roles listed depending on the roles which exist in your site

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  • What is the Search tool?
    tool This index is updated automatically so as content is added to the worksite or course it will be indexed For example if the worksite or course has an Email Archive as emails are posted to the list the content of those emails will be indexed and become searchable in the search tool Or if the site has documents uploaded to Resources the documents will become searchable Search indexes many

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  • How do I perform a basic search?
    your search term s Zoom On the Search page you will find an entry box Enter the words that you want to search for For example ocean Click the Search button View search results Zoom Your search results will be displayed Notice that an RSS icon appears with the search results This enables you to watch the search in your favourite RSS reader If you take some time to look

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  • How do I perform an advanced search?
    only valid for the term that it directly precedes so the query title Do it right Will only find Do in the title field It will find it and right in the default field in this case the text field Term Modifiers Lucene supports modifying query terms to provide a wide range of searching options Wildcard Searches Lucene supports single and multiple character wildcard searches To perform a single character wildcard search use the symbol To perform a multiple character wildcard search use the symbol The single character wildcard search looks for terms that match that with the single character replaced For example to search for text or test you can use the search te t Multiple character wildcard searches looks for 0 or more characters For example to search for test tests or tester you can use the search test You can also use the wildcard searches in the middle of a term te t Note You cannot use a or symbol as the first character of a search Fuzzy Searches Lucene supports fuzzy searches based on the Levenshtein Distance or Edit Distance algorithm To do a fuzzy search use the tilde symbol at the end of a Single word Term For example to search for a term similar in spelling to roam use the fuzzy search roam This search will find terms like foam and roams Starting with Lucene 1 9 an additional optional parameter can specify the required similarity The value is between 0 and 1 with a value closer to 1 only terms with a higher similarity will be matched For example roam 0 8 The default that is used if the parameter is not given is 0 5 Proximity Searches Lucene supports finding words are a within a specific distance away To do a proximity search use the tilde symbol at the end of a Phrase For example to search for a apache and jakarta within 10 words of each other in a document use the search jakarta apache 10 Range Searches Range Queries allow one to match documents whose field s values are between the lower and upper bound specified by the Range Query Range Queries can be inclusive or exclusive of the upper and lower bounds Sorting is done lexicographically mod date 20020101 TO 20030101 This will find documents whose mod date fields have values between 20020101 and 20030101 inclusive Note that Range Queries are not reserved for date fields You could also use range queries with non date fields title Aida TO Carmen This will find all documents whose titles are between Aida and Carmen but not including Aida and Carmen Inclusive range queries are denoted by square brackets Exclusive range queries are denoted by curly brackets Boosting a Term Lucene provides the relevance level of matching documents based on the terms found To boost a term use the caret symbol with a boost factor a number at the end of the term you are searching The higher the boost factor the

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  • What is the Section Info tool?
    maximum enrollment and the section category The Section Info tool is designed to work with other tools such as Announcements Gradebook and Tests Quizzes You may assign teaching assistants TAs to each section and they can only view and edit grades for their assigned sections A section may have any number of assigned teaching assistants Note Depending on your implementation you may have the option to automatically or manually manage

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  • How are sections different than groups?
    in several key ways Sections Sections are subsets of site participants A section may have a variety of data attached to it such as category days of the week times and an assigned teaching assistant in a course site only Depending on how the software is implemented at a given location the Section Info tool may be loaded with official course sections Alternately an instructor may be able to set up sections manually Sections are managed through the Section Info tool You may provide additional information about a section such as title required days start time end time maximum size and location Sections must be assigned to a given category Categories include lecture lab discussion studio and recitation In a course site an instructor may assign a teaching assistant to a section You have the option to allow students to switch or sign up for sections Participants may not be in more than one section in a given category Sections may be populated with official data depending on implementation Groups Groups are also subsets of participants for a given site However groups are not preloaded with official course data and are created by the instructor or site owner instead Groups

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  • How do I create a section?
    and membership updates from the registration system and manually control everything However when you select manual mode and then return to automatic mode you will lose all the changes you made while in manual mode Go to Section Info Select the Section Info tool from the Tool Menu in your site Click Add Sections Select the number of sections and a category Select the number of sections you want to create e g 3 and then choose the category for your sections from the drop down menu Lecture Lab Discussion Recitation Studio Note The name of a category is the only thing that differentiates it from other categories For instance a Lab section will function exactly as a Discussion section in the Section Info tool Enter the section information Zoom Name In the Name field give your section a name If you don t enter a name the name of the category plus a number will be the default name e g Lab1 Lab2 Lab3 Section Size Choose a either Unlimited number of students in section or Limit number of students in section to For the second choice enter the maximum number of members allowed in the section Meeting Details

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