VoiceThread Workshops

Student Instructional Technology Services is offering a series of online workshops for students who would like to become more familiar with Accessing and Using VoiceThread. VoiceThread is a web-based content delivery application that allows students to assemble and narrate media-rich presentations that can be shared with professors, classmates, and others. What sets VoiceThread apart from other online content delivery tools is it permits viewers to comment (via text, audio, or video) on the content being shared – perfect for confirming understanding and encouraging discussion.

It’s simple to virtually attend! Interested students should select the link to join the workshop via Zoom at the date/time it is being offered. No RSVP is needed.

Contact Student Instructional Technology Services at sits@cofc.edu with questions.

Accessing and Navigating VoiceThread Workshops

Friday, August 21st at 1:00 pm | Join Workshop Click to Access Zoom Session

Sunday, August 23 at 2:00 pm | Join Workshop Click to Access Zoom Session

Tuesday, August 25 at 2:00 pm | Join Workshop Click to Access Zoom Session

Click here to access VoiceThread tutorials.

Set Up the Microsoft Authenticator App for MFA (Multi-Factor Authentication)

The Division of Information Technology has enabled multi-factor authentication (MFA) for your account. MFA is a two-step process, that requires you to enter your password (step 1) and then verify your identity using an additional method (step 2), when performing account sign-in transactions from off campus or from your residence hall.

This new security feature applies to applications like Office 365, OAKS, ViaTrm, Handshake, Kaltura, and Zoom.

MFA does not apply to your College issued Gmail account at this time.

INSTRUCTIONS: You must first set up at least two additional verification methods.Your options include the authenticator app or phone (text or call). We recommend installing the Microsoft Authenticator app on your smartphone as it provides the simplest experience for confirming your identity. Follow the instructions under the Resolution section of this article.
Knowledge base article on setting up MFA