LATTE | Information Technology Services - Brandeis University

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Learning and Teaching Technology Environment (LATTE), the university learning management system, is a Moodle-based learning platform that enables Brandeis  ... Web Content Management System (CMS) Web Content Management System (CMS) Information Technology Services LOG IN TO LATTE   LEARN ABOUT RECENT CHANGES Learning and Teaching Technology Environment (LATTE), the university learning management system, is a Moodle-based learning platform that enables Brandeis faculty members and students to engage in online education. Through LATTE, faculty members can create dedicated course pages with syllabi, readings, multimedia, and other resources. Students participate in discussions, submit assignments, receive feedback, and interact with other members of their learning community. For technical support with LATTE, please contact the Technology Help Desk by submitting a help request or calling  781-736-HELP (x64357). The Help Desk can assist with uploading materials to LATTE, adding course participants, and other technical questions. Learn LATTE course - view helpful documentation designed to help you become familiar with the features in LATTE, and how to make use of them. Echo360 and LATTE - learn how to use Echo360 to record a video or upload an edited video clip directly within a LATTE course. Manage your personal LATTE profile and preferences Complete assignments (Best Practices) Use discussion forums (Best Practices) Use Voice Thread in discussion forums Record a video or upload a video clip (Echo 360 and LATTE) For technical support with LATTE, please contact the Technology Help Desk (help@brandeis.edu or 781-736-HELP (x64357)). The Help Desk can assist with uploading materials to LATTE, adding course participants, and other technical questions.



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Ask the Technology Help Desk - Brandeis University

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LATTE | Online Learning. MyHousing | Student Housing and Meal Plan selection. Pulse Secure (VPN or wormhole) | Connect to campus services remotely. Adaptive Services for People with Disabilities Adaptive Services for People with Disabilities Information Technology Services The Technology Help Desk is available for technology support and services to the Brandeis community. For technical assistance, submit a help request, send an email to help@brandeis.edu, or call 781-736-4357. Learn more about the Fall 2020 support schedule and process. As a proactive measure against the spread of coronavirus/COVID-19, Brandeis is moving all classes online and university operational support via email or phone. Read more details. Learn more about working remotely. Good news, the Help Desk is available and committed to providing support while we teach, learn or work from home - where ever that may be! Contact us to request technical support - via phone or email - and if further assistance is needed, we'll work with you to schedule an in-person appointment with a support specialist. Learn more about our Fall 2020 support schedule and process. Phone: call us at 781-736-HELP (4357) Email: contact us at help@brandeis.edu or use the button below to submit your question The Brandeis University Technology Help Desk offers faculty members, staff, and students support with these core services: Help with Workday - the new employee self-service application Questions about common LATTE functions (Gradebook consultations with a specialist
 are also available) Connecting a current Windows or MacOS desktop or laptop to Brandeis networks
 Warranty repairs for Dell and Apple laptops and desktops




Access changes to Legacy LATTE | Brandeis Library & Technology ...

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Mar 6, 2015 ... As some of you might know, Brandeis has two flavors of LATTE: The one that is in use for our current classes, “New LATTE”, and the one that was ...---



Latte LMS | Graduate Professional Studies | Brandeis University

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All GPS courses use LATTE (Learning and Teaching Technology Environment). Each course has a dedicated course page where faculty can upload the course ... All GPS courses use LATTE (Learning and Teaching Technology Environment). Each course has a dedicated course page where faculty can upload the course syllabus, share readings and multimedia; accept assignments; and organize online discussions with students.   Students are able to participate in discussions, submit assignments, receive feedback, and interact with other members of your learning community. Approximately one week before classes begin, your instructor will release the LATTE course for student view. You can access your LATTE courses by logging in with your UNet ID and password.  The Student Guide to LATTE contains many pages to help you become oriented with our online learning environment. In particular, you may find these pages helpful: Additional LATTE materials are included in GPS LATTE course sites, near the top of the course homepage. Download our full technical requirements guide (PDF) Brandeis Information and Technology Services (ITS) recommends using Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox when using LATTE. Many other browsers are unable to display all of LATTE's features. Content within a LATTE course may be in a variety of file formats including: PDF files (require free Adobe Reader) PPT files (require MS PowerPoint or PowerPoint viewer) HTML files (require your Web browser) QuickTime files (require free QuickTime Player) Other tools/software may be required depending on your course's subject matter. These requirements would be the same as those of an equivalent classroom course. Your instructor will provide these details at the start of your class. In general, you should be familiar with:





Mailing lists service - lists ***** List for Brandeis IBS Technology team. latte-emergency@lists.brandeis.edu. latte -emergency escalation list. latte_updates@lists.brandeis.edu. LATTE Updates ...

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List for Brandeis IBS Technology team. latte-emergency@lists.brandeis.edu. latte
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Got Latte? Brandeis University's Enterprise Moodle Implementation

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Brandeis University Library and Technology Services staff presented an overview of their transition to "LATTE" (Learning and Teaching Technology ...   Got Latte? Brandeis University's Enterprise Moodle ImplementationDSpace Repository Brandeis IR → University Administration → Library & Technology Services → LTS Presentations and Publications → View Item Got Latte? Brandeis University's Enterprise Moodle Implementation Dembowitz, Lori; Hill, Janet; Lambert, Jim Brandeis University Library and Technology Services staff presented an overview of their transition to "LATTE" (Learning and Teaching Technology Environment), powered by Moodle, and the first year of their campus-wide implementation. The Brandeis team shared their innovative implementation of Moodle including their product management approach, new add-on functionality and the robust, enterprise-level development structure, infrastructure and support model they've created around their implementation. Presented on June 11, 2008 at the Moodle Moot Conference in San Francisco, California This item appears in the following Collection(s) LTS Presentations and Publications




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